If you ask Ceasare Orlando what he likes better, being a dancer or a DJ, his answer would go something like this, “That’s a tough question, I love music, and have been playing different instruments since I was five. I also love technology and working as a DJ which allows me to combine those two interests in a way that brings happiness to people and makes them want to dance. I would have to say though that my passion is dance.”
Ceasere started dancing at the tender age of 18 months old much to the delight of his parents. “I was always moving—it didn’t matter where I was, there was usually music playing somewhere, or a song in my head and I would always dance to it,” recalls Ceasere. He would watch videos of Michael Jackson and learn all the choreography step by step and perform it wherever he could. While most teenagers were busy playing with video games and friends, Ceasere was busy working as a dance instructor teaching everything from Hip Hop, Tap, and Jazz to Ballet, Latin, Ballroom, and Swing.
While in high school, Ceasere got into DJing and editing music for his dance routines. By the age of 19, Ceasere started to branch out from DJing high school parties and began to book corporate events, weddings, and eventually night clubs and music festivals. In 2010, Ceasere began to realize he could turn his longtime hobby into an actual business where he could dedicate and invest his time, energy, and money into. Ceasere would soon launch his current entertainment company “More Than a DJ Mobile Entertainment,” which provides a wide range of services from DJ’s and dancers to animal balloon artists and face painting. “My mom and dad taught me how to make a living, doing what I love, I don’t go to work, I go and play” says Ceasere with a big smile.
While his entertainment company keeps him busy, Ceasere still finds time to pursue his passion for dancing. He recently made it to the Las Vegas round of “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 5 auditions. Ceasere recalls, “I was surrounded by some of the most talented dancers and choreographers I have ever seen. It was a great learning experience.” Ceasere confesses he has actually been thinking about auditioning again for an upcoming season.
A longtime desert rat Ceasere is in the process of moving to Huntington Beach where he is expanding his Mobile Entertainment business to the Orange County and LA areas. He is also managing and DJing for an all age dance venue in Huntington Beach called SoundWave. If he wasn’t busy enough Ceasere is also working on writing and producing a lot of music which he plans to release near the end of this year.
If you want to reach Ceasere you can 760-567-8393 or Chez@morethanadj.me.
Written by: Craig Michaels
Musical Affair Entertainment
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