CREWQ: 18 members at the Bounce Inc. playground

CREWQ Junior qualifies for UDO World 2023!

And defending Champs CREWQ Senior to represent again Qatar to UDO World 2023!

July 2023 Qatar. MFEC Street Dance – Doha Team ‘scale up’ to compete again in the UDO World 2023 in Blackpool, UK this August 23-27. Created 2 groupsthis year – CREWQ Junior has qualified in U14 Beginners category while CREWQ Senior defending champs is back to compete U18 Novice category. MFEC Street dance programs supplemented CREWQ team encouragement to pursue an international dance journey and build as artists. This program is offered to students who want to advance their technique, performance, drive, discipline, dedication, focus and passion. CREWQ team training aims to instill in each member the importance of upholding commitments, challenging oneself, working hard, achieving goals, and being a team player. Aside from gaining these values and skills, dancers also gain a lot of confidence, have more performance opportunities, make priceless memories, build lifelong friendships, and become a part of a great family atmosphere. CREWQ are currently made up of about 18 hardworking (Junior and Senior) dancers who are diversely trained. Senior team declared UDO U16 Beginners Champ last year and have consistently proven to be quite the force when they perform.

CREWQ SR. : (From Left) Maeva, Lauryn, Froilan (Team Captian), Zoya, Karen, Carla, Diva, Orfeas, Haya

About our Founders:

MFEC’s Street Dance arm is a professional ensemble of performers who thrive on delivering dance classes/workshop to engage people of all ages looking for artistic self-expression, Exercise and/or social opportunities through dance. Since its founding, MFEC’s Street Dance continues to explore and cultivate the craft and is committed to hone and develop the skills of a younger generation of talented freestylers dance artists, right here in Qatar. MFEC equip and encourage dancers to
perform in style and to experience techniques that include the full spectrum of movement including intricate, imaginative and entertaining choreography.

Founders & Coaches: Aristotle Hernandez – Founder, Gerald Hernandez – Artistic Director, Rudy Hernandez Jr. – Resident Coach

Proudly represented Filipino talent on the global dance arena- CREWQ’s world title in the UK UDO World Championship made these founding members as the first Filipino choreographers/Dance artist in Qatar secured world history. The notable victory is through creative direction of Gerald Hernandez’ and impeccable choreography performed by CREWQ where they became the first ever dance crew to present and brought pride to Qatar winning the World Title.

About United Dance Organization – UDO:

Established in 2002, UDO is the world’s largest international street dance organization, and fastest growing street, hip hop and commercial dance brand globally. UDO’s mission is to provide dancers of all ages, levels, backgrounds, abilities and disabilities, a positive and supportive platform to unleash their creativity and passion. UDO believes in making street, hip hop and commercial dance inclusive for all. Whether dancing for fun, fitness, or with the aim of training to become a professional dancer, UDO’s philosophy is to help dancers achieve their goals.

CREWQ JR. & SR. TEAMS with Coach Gerald Hernandez and Coach Rudy Hernandez Jr.

UDO World Championship 2023:

Scheduled to be held at Winter Gardens in the UK August 23rd, 2023, the United World Dance Championship is known as the best street dance and hip-hop dancer in the World with Qualifying events running throughout the year in the UK and Europe.

At the event, thousands of dancers from across the globe come together to compete for World Champion titles in front of the world’s best Street Dance and Hip Hop dance celebrity judges. The UDO World Street Dance Championships is the height of the annual Street Dance and Hip Hop dance competition calendar.

CREWQ Training:

The team began learning choreography in April, training five times a week. Conditioning Coach Ayoub said “CrewQ Senior is ready and with constant determination and winning attitude CrewQ Juniors is more than ready. CrewQ Senior member Maeva said she’d be happy to repeat the experience and compete year after year.

“I’m ready.” Maeva said. “I would go through plenty of training to have the best performance.”
CREWQ definitely the one to beat. Over one year CREWQ have been prepping Qatar talent in a victorious motion, devouring world stages and acing international competitions. So, let CREWQ’s incredibly awe-inspiring pieces bust out triumphant moves show you what world-class really means.

Dance Art and purpose for all:

MFEC and CREWQ Trainings aims to provide quality dance education for students while also offering opportunities to grow in the fields of dance, and arts. Both believe in creating a space to nurture young talents through passionate mentorship.

MFEC Street dance is a fruit that bore from long-standing efforts to support the youth through the arts. It started last after Aristotle Hernandez, founder support CrewQ scholars to compete. After the success and winning, CREWQ will return to UDO with a bigger plan and purpose: to nurture passionate and bright talents, while making street dance more accessible to a wider Qatar Youth.

Through their sharp moves and sick grooves, these remarkably talented dance crews have made the Qatar proud on the dance floor.

The dance arts thrive in Doha! Watch the Junior and Senior SEND-OFF SHOW: SCALE UP CREWQ this August 18, 2023 at Hamilton School, 5pm – Show1, 7pm – Show2.

For updates and more information, visit MFEC website like and follow @mfecqatar @crewqatar on Facebook and Instagram.

UDO World Champions


2022 – UDO World Champions – Under 16 Beginner’s Category

Head Choreographer, Gerald Hernandez
Team Captain, Froilan Hernandez

CREWQ is MFEC’s official street crew. Aged 12 to 18 years old,
these astounding young people compete at major competitions internationally.

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