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 Post subject: Re: Schools, Studios and Students - news round-up 2004/2nd H
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by GLORIA YIU
The Mercury News
September 2, 2004

What she teaches: This summer, Hepburn is teaching dance at the Dance Academy in Cupertino, and through the Los Gatos Parks and Recreation Department. She is teaching intensive jazz and tap workshops and is assembling a dance team she plans to enter in competitions this year.
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Dance legend Betty celebrates 55 years

By LUCY WILSON
The Coventry City News
September 2, 2004

When dance teacher Betty Pattison founded Pattison College 55 years ago it had just 15 pupils and four teachers.

Now, the school has 150 pupils, 35 staff members and former pupils with careers in companies such as the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Northern Ballet and Spirit of the Dance.
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Professional dancers take new career tracks teaching in Soldotna

by JENNY NEYMAN
The Kenai Peninsula Clarion
September 2, 2004

The kids at Vergine's Dance Studio in Soldotna this year may not fully grasp the intricacies of ballet, what it's like to audition for a dance company or how much work it takes to be a professional dancer, but they're learning from people who do.
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Dance students savor lessons in New York City

The Ayer Public Spirit
September 2004

Dance Instructor Maria Morrell is celebrating the nineteenth year of Maria's Dance Studio, located at the Devens Shopping Center. She says her philosophy is that "dance is a gift and every child has it in them. It's all what a person puts into it, whether as a recreational dancer or if he or she wants to be on Broadway. It's just like making a cake," she says. "It's all about the ingredients and what the end result will be."
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Step up to a success

The Border Mail
September 2004

JANA Castillos dream of dancing her way across Europe came one pirouette closer last night when she won the Young Achiever in Performing Arts Award.

The Wodonga High student, 16, won the third annual Soroptimist International of Albury-Wodonga-created scholarship from a field of 14 nominees.
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Free for all at 171

By DERRICK EK
The Leader
September 2004

"We have a great lineup, a full team of faculty, which is very exiting. Most of them have either danced professionally or have a graduate degree in dance," Pollock said. "We have a full course program, teaching everything from social dance to ballet, hip hop, jazz, modern, tap, as well as creative movement, which is a class that introduces the very young student to the elements of rhythm, coordination, physical control and self-expression."
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Enjoy "A Nite of Spectacular Ballet"
From The Sarawak Times


Catch the BDH ballerinas with guest dancer Dimitri Palchikov in 'A Nite of Spectacular Ballet'.
The Ballet and Dance House (BDH), together with International Music House (IMH) is proud to present "A Night of Spectacular Ballet", on Sunday, 12 September 2004 at Kenyalang Theatre. The event will begin at 7pm. This year it will feature among other moving ballet and folk dances, the First Act of Tchaikovsky's 'Sleeping Beauty'. The night will also include light musical interludes performed by students from IMH.

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Next step
By Ann Depperschmidt

BERTHOUD — A former construction worker turned ballet dancer wouldn’t even take a step inside a dance studio when he was young.

“I was out torturing my G.I. Joes and throwing them off the roof like all the other boys,” David Mineo said.

Now he’s opening Berthoud’s first professionally staffed dance studio — the Berthoud Dance Co. Its grand opening is 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 11 at the Tom Jones Studio, 345 Massachusetts Ave.

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India dance contest win for student
From The Gulf Daily News (Bahrein)


A FORMER Indian School student has bagged the first prize and rolling trophy at a youth festival competition held in India.

Rajarajeswari Kala Mandir, Mumbai, presented Gomathi Ramaswami, 20, the award for winning the Maharashtra Youth Festival Competition.

She competed in the Bharatanatyam category, where she beat 15 students in the final round.

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College set for arts and music centre

by FIONA MACGREGOR
The Edinburgh Evening News

The project, which is subject to funding, is set to be completed by next August and will feature recital space, dance studios and recording studios, as well as practice facilities for guitarists, drummers and singers. It will also include rehearsal studios and a cafe.
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Dance Academy - Successful Year

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The school is now accepting registrations for the new scholastic year. Established in 1989, the school aims to provide students with a professional dance education providing training in various dance disciplines including classical ballet, modern theatre, jazz and Spanish. The objective of the school is to develop versatile dancers in a caring and dedicated environment.
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School's war dance wins

by Australian Associated Press

A Sydney high school's controversial dance production about the Iraq war has tied for first place in the Rock Eisteddfod in NSW.
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Quick, girls, the game's afoot

by ANNELI KNIGHT
The Sydney Morning Herald

Thousands of high school students, parents and teachers filled the Sydney Entertainment Centre yesterday and on Thursday for the state heats of the Rock Eisteddfod Challenge.

The annual school dance competition is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and is being fiercely fought by more than 30,000 students across Australia, 5000 of whom are from NSW.
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In the Crimson
by JAYME J. HERSCHKOPF, NATHANIEL A. SMITH, AKASH GOEL, VINITA M. ALEXANDER, and MARIN J. ORLOSKY

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Colorado Ballet dancing into suburbs via new academies

by CHRISTINE TATUM
the Denver Post

The Colorado Ballet plans to extend its reach throughout metro Denver by opening one of its first new suburban dance academies, in Highlands Ranch, by the end of the year.
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