Md Al-Hafiz Hosni

Md Al-Hafiz Hosni

Dance Instructor


Hafiz graduated from the LASALLE’s Ba(Hons) Musical Theatre programme and also holds a Diploma in Mass Communication where he specialised in filmmaking. Hafiz is a multifaceted artist, practising the craft of performance and film makingand it has always been Hafiz’s artistic goal to integrate these skills and knowledge into the works that he creates.

Prior to Musical Theatre, Hafiz trained in traditional and contemporary Malay dance for a decade in Azpirasi dance group, under the tutelage of Azmi Juhari and mentorship of Ismail Jemaah, Hasyimah Harith and National Art Council’s Young Artist Award recipient, Norhaizad Adam. Hafiz also underwent a pas de deux mentorship programme by Acro Arts Sg. In 2023, Hafiz will be a part of P7:1SMA’s associates.

Some of his performance credits include The Lee Kuan Yew Musical 2022 (dir. Steven Dexter); Chicago: A Musical Vaudeville (dir. Nikki Snelson); Understudy for “Mr Adrian Heng” in Forever Young (director’s assistant, dir. Hossan Leong); “Murray Steinberg” in It Shoulda Been You Musical (dance captain, dir. Alvin Chiam) ; “Wickersham 2” in Seussical The Musical (dir. Edith Podesta); “Tony” in Sleeping Beauty And The Man In The Red Suit viddsee series (dir. Jacky Lee); “Madagascar Drummer” and “Undead Mummy” in Hollywood Dreams Light-Up Parade; Choreographer and performer for Scarlet Mela Festival of the Arts incubation programme; Choreographer for Lepak Live: Was-Wasan 2020 (dir. Lepak One Korner); Choreographer and performer of a solo dance performance for the International Mask Festival in Solo, Indonesia 2022.

As a performer and media creative, Hafiz believes in the importance of training across a variety of skill sets and aspires to create collaborative and multidisciplinary works. For his Musical Theatre Jazz classes, Hafiz infuses different dance genres, such as jazz, hip-hop and lyrical contemporary, into his class choreographies. He makes it a point to keep updated with the everchanging styles of Musical Theatre. Apart from technique training, Hafiz also focuses on storytelling through dance as he believes that every dancer is an actor as well.