About this Artist
Matthew Deloch is originally from Gonzales, Louisiana, where he started dancing at the age of two. Although he didn’t enjoy it just yet, he would soon fall in love with dancing around the age of seven. When he was 15, he attended his first dance convention ever which was Tremaine, and couldn’t stop talking about how much he loved it for months. After seeing the closing show and all of the assistants and fun vibrant dances, he knew his next goal was to be one of those assistants! The following summer he auditioned and became a part of the Tremaine Performance Company and then the following year was given the title of Tremaine Senior Male Dancer of the Year. During these years with Tremaine, Matthew decided he wanted to make a career out of dancing and do it professionally. In the fall of 2017, Matthew moved to New York City to attend Pace University where he worked toward his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Commercial Dance. After the pandemic, Matthew received his BFA in Commercial Dance from Pace University in 2021. Since then Matthew has been living full-time in New York City chasing his dreams of performing and fulfilling his love for dance. Following Matthew’s graduation, he was lucky enough to land his first movie (Blue’s Big City Adventure) and his first professional theater job being a part of the ensemble in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Matthew has gotten to check off some of his other dream jobs such as performing in the Super Bowl Halftime Show, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Mariah Carey Christmas Show. Matthew has worked with choreographers such as JaQuel Knight, Sonya Tayeh, Bryan Tanaka and so many more.