For one evening, Bucharest borrowed something from the exuberance of Rio de Janeiro, as 250 dancers from different schools paraded from Unirea Square to Constitution Square. The parade ended the four days of street theater festival, during which groups from seven countries entertained the passers-by with fanfare music, tricks, puppets […]

A colorful spectacle, the cabaret is a tradition in Western towns, where dance performances are held in bars and restaurants. Though regarded as an easy form of entertainment, actually the cabaret shows include musical acts, dance acts like in the music-hall shows on Broadway, theatric performances, sometimes with comedy numbers […]

In this show, the dancers present a piece of Georgian history and they do it with a sense of pride and carefulness. You can tell that this is more than a simple dance made to entertain. But they definitely stand up to the task of representing their country with grace. […]

Latin dances are the most energetic styles in a dance competition. They are full of life and rhythm, with quick moves and spectacular pirouettes. Distinguished from the elegant slow dances, these dances are in turn divided into several standardized styles: rumba, cha-cha-cha, samba, paso doble, jive, mambo, samba. Rumba is […]

In the dance sport competitions the ballroom dances are the most elegant moments, an occasion to exhibit beautiful dresses, severe black suits and manners on a harmonious music. The ballroom dances in international competitions are: waltz, Viennese waltz, tango, slow foxtrot and quickstep. The Viennese waltz opens the wedding party, […]

StreetBeat Dance School is one of the first dance clubs that is organizing workshops in which choreographers and celebrities teach young people different moder dance styles. The guest stars of this edition were Oana Ionita, professional dancer in one of the most popular TV shows in Romania (The Grumpy Chronicle), […]

Richmond Bachia, who did choreography for Dr Alban and Anda Adam, was in Romania for a series of dance lessons and fitness. Richmond Bachia is a Swedish of Kenyan descend who became known after attending in the jury of MTV’s Dance Star. The lessons are a crossover between fitness and […]

The Flamenco music and dance emerged three centuries ago in that melting-pot that Andalusia is. The Southern Spain was home to not only Spanish, but also a vivid Gipsy community with artistic inclinations. The place still bears the marks of Arab rule and the influences that the colonies in the […]

At origin, this dance was a pre-Christian ritual, which was perfected with time to have more and more spectacular choreographic moves. The name Calusarii is a bit mysterious. It may come from the word horse (cal), from the rhythmic movements and jumps of the dancers and for the little bells […]

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