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 Post subject: Re: Schools, Studios and Students - news round-up 2004/2nd H
PostPosted: Sat Aug 21, 2004 2:54 am 
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It's a mix of concrete, choreography

By TOM STRINI
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
August 16, 2004

"It's our first independent dance concert," said Rodero, 23.

She and Schuchart, 24, created all the dances on the program, except for a tango-inspired duet made for them by Simone Ferro, one of their teachers at UWM.
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Dancers, magicians spice up weekend event

By AUDREY PARENTE, East Volusia

DAYTONA BEACH -- A glimpse of a purple-sequined tutu on display at the Ocean Center is a sign of 29 ballerinas to come. <a href=http://www.news-journalonline.com/NewsJournalOnline/News/Local/03AreaEAST02082104.htm target=_blank>more</a>


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Dance school names new instructors

Anderson Independent-Mail

June Horton, owner and instructor of June Horton’s School of Dance, has announced three new dance instructors for the new school year. <a href=http://www.independentmail.com/and/business/article/0,1886,AND_8180_3126703,00.html target=_blank>more</a>


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Grand plans unfold for summer festival

By Triveni Sheshadri, San Diego Union-Tribune


SAN MARCOS – Next Sunday, a group of young dancers from New West Ballet School will be onstage before an audience. <a href=http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20040822/news_m1m22tfsm.html target=_blank>more</a>


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Ballet students kept on their toes learning from a Russian master

Miami Herald

Vladimir Issaev, a ballet master and choreographer, runs one of the only schools in Florida to pass on the classical Russian ballet technique to hundreds of eager students. <a href=http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/entertainment/9455724.htm target=_blank>more</a>


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Kansas City Star

Elayna Waxse (from left), Abby Relic and Megan Shoare, all of Johnson County, were selected to join the Pacific Northwest Ballet School. Relic and Shoare are high school graduates, but Waxse, who is 16, will earn her diploma by correspondence. <a href=http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/news/local/9462717.htm target=_blank>more</a>


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Registration begins for Reif Dance Program

Gale LeCompte
Grand Rapids Herald-Review

The Reif Dance program will begin its fall enrollment period on Wednesday, Aug. 25 with an open house in the theater from 4 to 6 p.m. <a href=http://www.grandrapids-mn.com/placed/index.php?sect_rank=3&story_id=180586 target=_blank>more</a>


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Solomon steps up his ballet training
From The Standard (Norfolk)

INSPIRED by the story of Billy Elliot and videos of Darcey Bussell, an 11-year-old Soham boy has been selected to study at the Royal Ballet School from next month.

Solomon Golding began ormal dance training at the Octagon Studios in Ely less than two years ago but school director and centre manager Kate Marshall says his talent was evident early on.

"He is astounding," she said. "He has just got that natural ability. He moves so beautifully, and he's definitely got presence."

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City Dancin'

By Cheryl Lasseter, WLBT

With power and grace, dozens of Jackson children auditioned Saturday morning for City Dance, a program that awards free dance lessons to a select few. <a href=http://www.wlbt.com/Global/story.asp?S=2204411 target=_blank>more</a>


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Things fall into step for new dance school


By Jason Thomas, Indy Star

It's been an interesting journey for Kathryn Simpson. <a href=http://www.indystar.com/articles/9/172909-7479-016.html target=_blank>more</a>


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Dance: Fall Arts Preview

By MICHAEL POLLOCK
Special to the Delaware News Journal
August 29, 2004

In April, Kennedy placed in the top 20 dancers in her age group at the Youth America Grand Prix world finals in New York. Joining her was 12-year-old Aubrey Clemens of Kennett Square, Pa., who finished in the top 12 in her division.
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5 young dancers to be on ESPN

By TY YOUNG
The Arizona Republic
August 30, 2004

It wasn't just their bright pink uniforms that made the five young dancers stand out.

It was talent.
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Big-city dancers sachet toward a simpler kind of life in Hinton

By TANYA ZARNEY
The Hinton Parklander
August 30, 2004

A couple of fleet-footed performers, Richard Zimich and Jose De La Cruz, are exchanging the bright lights of the big city and professional dance careers for teaching positions in Hinton.
Both instructors will teach full time at the Hinton School of Dance starting in September.
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Ballet lessons just tutu good a chance to miss

The Edinburgh Evevning News
September 1, 2004

Four teachers from Ballet West are introducing the children to simple dance moves in a bid to help them enjoy performances as part of a specially designed educational outreach programme.
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The jazz dancer

The Shanghai Daily news
August 31, 2004

In London, it's Pineapple, in New York, Studio 54, and in Shanghai, the dancing set goes to Jazz du Funk, the city's first international dance studio.
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