Meet Sloan-Taylor Rabinor
Sloan-Taylor Rabinor grew up and trained in Phoenix, Arizona. At the age of 17, she won her ﬁrst national title at the dance convention The Pulse as the ﬁrst Elite Protege. That is where her dance career really began. With The Pulse, she started traveling and assisting choreographers such as Brian Friedman, Laurieann Gibson, Wade Robson, and Mia Michaels. Sloan’s love for dance took her to Los Angeles in 2009. Starting out fresh in a new place, Sloan’s ability took her straight to the top, landing her a spot as a backup dancer for Lady Gaga’s iconic performance on the 2009 VMA’s. In that performance, Sloan is seen as the wild one in the famous “wheelchair moment”. Sloan has completed four world tours dancing for Lady Gaga and performed in her Las Vegas residency.
In terms of music videos she can be seen in “GUY”, “Applause”,“Bad Romance”, “Telephone”, "John Wayne”, “Forever”, and “ What A Man Gotta Do”. She has also danced on Ellen, X Factor (UK), Oprah, AMA’s, Grammy’s, Billboard awards, and VMA’s. Other artist include The Jonas Brothers, Selena Gomez, Halsey, Rosalia, Fletcher, Panic at the Disco, Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Kelly Clarkson, and Gwen Stefani. In 2017 Sloan hit both the Superbowl stage and headlined Coachella.
In 2021, she also made her debut as commercial choreographer on season 5 of “The Masked Singer” and most recently was the associate choreographer for the 2021 Facebook Pride show.
As a teacher, Sloan travels the US with various dance conventions. Most often described as "athletic contemporary” or “saucy jazz-funk” she believes in empowering young dancers and preparing them for the next step in the professional dance scene. She is passionate about educating dancers about pieces of the industry that aren’t often discussed and providing true and honest guidance for the next generation of artists.
Connect with Sloan on IG @sloaner7