Kevin “KidXS” Scheitzbach is a professional dancer and choreographer originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada but now resides in Los Angeles, California. He specializes in jazz funk and street styles of dance but has trained in many other styles.

Kevin looking into the camera with a sweater draped over his shoulder.
Kevin posed against a light wall with his hand on his head. The photo is black and white.


Kevin’s credits include: The Eras Tour (Taylor Swift), White Party Paula Abdul, Coachella with 88Rising (Jackson Wang, Milli, Aespa), Priyanka, Disney’s Zombies 2, the D23 Fan Expo, Tauren Wells, Sneakerella, Austin Mahone, The Next Step, Rookie Blue, Backstage, and Monsters of Hip Hop Alumni 2016.

Kevin has danced on studio competitive and performance teams, as well as performed in numerous cultural fundraising events, dance battles and choreography competitions. Kevin graduated as a high honors dance major from St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Arts Program.

Kevin has also received the Manifesto Toronto’s All Styles Up Next Dancer Artist Under 18 award (2012), as well as many scholarships and competition titles across North America. In 2019, Kevin represented Team Canada at the World IDO Hip Hop Championships in Germany, where he received the Bronze Medal for small groups and 9th for Hip Hop duos with his brother Michael. In 2021, as the duo FlowXS with his brother Michael, they won the IDO Continent vs Continent Online Adult/Duo/Urban/Street Category with the highest score of the entire competition.

Kevin is a dance captain for The Vibe Xclusiv (George Jones Jr.), is a member of E3 Montreal (Giulia Tripoli), and was a founding member of the 8th Union Crew. He has performed and choreographed at Carnival Choreographer’s Ball in New York and Los Angeles, Club Jete and Choreographer’s Ball Toronto.  He has provided choreography for studio competitive routines and teams as well as adjudicated at dance competitions. Kevin has his level 1 dance teacher certification through International Dance Teaching Standards. Together with his brother, Michael, as the duet FlowXS, they teach and choreograph for all age groups and levels and continuously seek out opportunities to perform and share their passion and artistry.

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