Ballroom dance – Canada Dance Sport http://www.canadadancesport.com/ Thu, 23 Sep 2021 12:37:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 http://www.canadadancesport.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2021-07-01T220142.037-150x150.png Ballroom dance – Canada Dance Sport http://www.canadadancesport.com/ 32 32 Amanda Kloots reveals DWTS is a way to reunite after losing husband Nick Codero http://www.canadadancesport.com/amanda-kloots-reveals-dwts-is-a-way-to-reunite-after-losing-husband-nick-codero/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/amanda-kloots-reveals-dwts-is-a-way-to-reunite-after-losing-husband-nick-codero/#respond Thu, 23 Sep 2021 08:30:00 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/amanda-kloots-reveals-dwts-is-a-way-to-reunite-after-losing-husband-nick-codero/ This week, Amanda Kloots got to show off her dance moves in the first episode of “Dancing with the Stars”. She explained how playing on the show was linked to her husband’s death. On Monday, September 20, 2021, 39-year-old Amanda Kloots was one of the celebrities who wowed audiences and judges alike on “Dancing with […]]]>

This week, Amanda Kloots got to show off her dance moves in the first episode of “Dancing with the Stars”. She explained how playing on the show was linked to her husband’s death.

On Monday, September 20, 2021, 39-year-old Amanda Kloots was one of the celebrities who wowed audiences and judges alike on “Dancing with the Stars” (DWTS). This week, the show premiered its 30th season.

Kloots was paired with professional dancer Alan Bersten. Their very first dance was the tango, and the fitness teacher didn’t do too badly with a score of twenty-eight out of forty.

Nick Cordero and Amanda Kloots at the Drama Desk Awards at City Hall on June 4, 2017 in New York City | Photo: Walter McBride / WireImage / Getty Images

In an interview, Kloots explained to Bersten that she grew up dancing. She revealed that she had been doing Broadway for seventeen years before it all got out of hand.

She lost her husband, Nick Cordero, became a single mother to their son and battled the COVID-19 pandemic like the rest of us. Cordero sadly passed away on July 5, 2020.

Amanda Kloots, Nick Cordero and their son at the Beyond Yoga x Amanda Kloots Collaboration Launch Event on August 27, 2019 in New York City |  Photo: Noam Galai / Getty Images

Amanda Kloots, Nick Cordero and their son at the Beyond Yoga x Amanda Kloots Collaboration Launch Event on August 27, 2019 in New York City | Photo: Noam Galai / Getty Images

Kloots became emotional when she explained why she chose to participate in the dance competition this year. With tears in her eyes, she confessed to the professional dancer and her dance partner:

“This opportunity is in a way a way to find myself and to feel its presence on a daily basis. “

The instructor admitted that she has missed her actor husband on a daily basis since losing her to complications from COVID-19. “The Talk” co-host said she missed every part of Cordero.

The show was the one [Nick] Cordero performed before his death.

She also revealed that if he could have spoken to her before he died, Cordero would have demanded that she continue and never cease to live. The widow also told DWTS host Tyra Banks something personal after her dance.

She told Banks that one of her girlfriends told Kloots that she dreamed Cordero was “on the second balcony, so that’s where I put him”.

Kloots was also a former member of the Rockettes dance company. Before the DWTS premiere, she had to defend herself against the idea that she had the upper hand in the competition due to her background.

Kloots admitted his training could help, but felt Broadway and ballroom dancing were two different worlds. She confessed that it was like learning an entirely different language.

Although the “Blue Bloods” star passed away, on September 2, 2021, Kloots was joined by Zach Braff for the Broadway reopening of “Waitress.” The show was the one Cordero performed in before his death.



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Watch Suni Lee & Sasha Farber tear up the dance floor in the season premiere http://www.canadadancesport.com/watch-suni-lee-sasha-farber-tear-up-the-dance-floor-in-the-season-premiere/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/watch-suni-lee-sasha-farber-tear-up-the-dance-floor-in-the-season-premiere/#respond Wed, 22 Sep 2021 20:04:00 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/watch-suni-lee-sasha-farber-tear-up-the-dance-floor-in-the-season-premiere/ Suni Lee did it Dancing with the stars debuts this week and didn’t disappoint. The 18-year-old gymnast and her professional dance partner Sasha Farber danced the Jive to “STAY” by The Kid LAROI & Justin Beiber at the season premiere of DWTS, and while some fans noticed that she looked nervous, they were impressed with […]]]>

Suni Lee did it Dancing with the stars debuts this week and didn’t disappoint. The 18-year-old gymnast and her professional dance partner Sasha Farber danced the Jive to “STAY” by The Kid LAROI & Justin Beiber at the season premiere of DWTS, and while some fans noticed that she looked nervous, they were impressed with the performance.

After the routine, Lee talked about being nervous on the dance floor. “Going to the Olympics is probably the most scary thing I have ever experienced,” Lee said, according to AL.com. “But come to Dancing with the stars, I’m freaking out. … I’m so nervous. I do not know how to dance. People always think I would be a really good dancer, because of gymnastics, but it’s completely different. ”

The judges awarded Lee and Farber a score of 28 out of 40. That ties them to Amanda Kloots and Alan Bersten for the second-highest score of the night. “You are incredible,” DWTS Judge Carrie Ann Inaba told Lee. “I mean, the skills you have. You are a perfect match for ballroom dancing and Latin dancing. But what I have to tell you is: you don’t have to prepare yourself, like you do for tumbling pass. I see it. You’re going inward; you have to stay outward. ”

It’s been a hell of a year for Lee. In addition to participating in DWTS, Lee had a memorable performance at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. She won three Olympic medals, including all-around gold. She is the first Hmong-American Olympian because her mother is from Laos. Lee also won three medals at the 2019 World Championships.

“It has always been our dream,” Lee said on the TODAY show in July adding that she wanted her dad to be at the Olympics with her. “I wish he was here. He always told me that if I won the gold medal he would come out on the ground and do a backflip. It’s sad that he can’t be here, but this is our dream and this is our medal. We both worked for it. He sacrificed everything to get me into gymnastics. Both my parents really did it. It is my family medal, my medal . My coach’s medal. He doesn’t get a medal, so I dedicate it to all of them. ”


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News from the Côte-Nord in brief | Community http://www.canadadancesport.com/news-from-the-cote-nord-in-brief-community/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/news-from-the-cote-nord-in-brief-community/#respond Wed, 22 Sep 2021 00:05:00 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/news-from-the-cote-nord-in-brief-community/ Ipswich candlelight vigil The fourth Ipswich Aware Candlelight Vigil will be held on Thursday, September 23 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Ipswich Center Green, next to the Ipswich Visitor Center, to remember those who have lost an overdose, and come together through a sharing of stories, music and resources to support people […]]]>

Ipswich candlelight vigil

The fourth Ipswich Aware Candlelight Vigil will be held on Thursday, September 23 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Ipswich Center Green, next to the Ipswich Visitor Center, to remember those who have lost an overdose, and come together through a sharing of stories, music and resources to support people with addiction and their families. Ipswich Aware is a non-profit community coalition that strives to bring educational resources and programs to the greater Ipswich community to promote addiction awareness, education and prevention in our town . We strive to reduce the stigma of addiction. For more information, visit: www.ipswichaware.org or contact Ilia Stacy, Executive Director, at ipswichaware@gmail.com or 978-867-1037. If the weather is uncertain, check out the Ipswich Aware Facebook page.

Blockchain and

Crypto and NFT

On Thursday, September 23 at 7 p.m., join digital security expert Mark Horvath at Salem Athenaum, 337 Essex Street in Salem and experience the whole new world of blockchain and crypto currency. A senior director at Gartner, a technology consultancy and consultancy firm, Horvath – who holds a BS in Physics from Pennsylvania State University and a PhD. in Astronomy from the University of Massachusetts – specializes in secure application development, quantum computing and post-quantum encryption and advises clients on how to improve their software development processes. Suggested donation: $ 10 members, $ 15 non-members. Register at: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eijgs8560b5bc022&oseq=&c=&ch=. For more information, call 978-744-2540, or visit. staff@salemathenaeum.net.

Need for volunteer drivers

Meals on Wheels is looking for volunteer drivers to cover Ipswich delivery routes. Volunteers work about two hours in the late morning, picking up and delivering meals to older residents. Help seniors get a nutritious daily meal with the social benefit of a quick support visit. As a volunteer, you can follow the situation and status changes of your elders and alert SeniorCare for a follow-up of the registration. Protocols have been put in place to ensure the safety of volunteers and beneficiaries. Work one day a week or five days a week, whichever suits you! Teams from other organizations can also share responsibilities. For more information, call 978-281-1750.

The ballet school celebrates its 50th anniversary

The Marblehead School of Ballet (MSB) celebrates its 50th anniversary with a new season of workshops and classes to meet the interests of children, teens and adults of all skill levels. Choose from ballet to ballroom dancing, live online or in the studio at 115 Pleasant St., Marblehead. Special workshops highlight Broadway in the “Theater Arts Workshop”, six weeks with Karen Marie Pisani, former Dance Captain and performer of the National Touring Company of A Chorus Line, from September 22 to October 27, from 4:30 pm to 5 am. 30:30, Modern dance technique with Ivan Korn, musical bases of beat and rhythm and phrasing. Students aged 12 and over develop the choreographic technique, Saturdays from October 2 to 23, from 11:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. and the monthly dance adventure. The world dance workshop includes Balinese, Peruvian Baroque and Andalusian Spanish escuela bolera). Monthly, Mondays Oct 18, Nov 15, Dec 20, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. All levels students 12+ welcome. Register at: Marbleheadschoolofballet.com/classes/schedule/. Questions? 781-631-6262 or msb@havetodance.com. For courses and all other information, visit: bit.ly/MSBschedule.

The music of

Civil rights

On Thursday, October 21, at 7 p.m., the Peabody Institute Library, 15 Sylvan St., Danvers, will host a Zoom program with educator, arranger, composer and producer, Galen Abdur-Razzaq. “Jazz and the Civil Rights Movement by Flutejuice Productions. This “Wrap Around” program combines a lecture with a flute prelude performed by Abdur-Razzaq and a chronicle of music from the turn of the century to the present day, highlighting the artists and their music, their influences and their struggles, as well as the role of jazz in defending and funding the civil rights movement through events such as the Freedom Rides and the 1963 March on Washington. A Q&A will follow. Hosted on Zoom and sponsored by the Peabody Institute Library of Danvers. registration for this event is required at: danverslibrary.org.

Education Fund grants available

The Salem Scholarships and Education Committee accepts applications for grants from the Education Fund for Salem Educational Programs, Teachers, and Organizations. These small grants provide additional funding for education for local needs and funding for existing adult literacy programs. Applications must be sent before 5 p.m. on October 14. For more information and to apply, www.salem.com/scholarship, click on the “Education Funding Request” button on the left side of the page. Questions? Contact the Town Hall at 978-619-5600. Please note; Grant funds cannot be used for salaries or allowances.

SSU’s new Bachelor of Liberal Studies

Salem State University is launching a new flexible university major in Liberal Studies, offering an interdisciplinary curriculum, meeting the many needs of students and allowing an option to graduate at Salem State. It will benefit traditional, transfer and adult learners who seek to develop knowledge in various academic fields and become creative and critical thinkers. The major is primarily designed to meet the needs of learners with previous college credits or students who have changed major and are looking for a route to integrate what they have learned and graduate on time, and is offered by the department interdisciplinary studies. For more information, visit salemstate.edu/interdisciplinairestudies or contact President Duclos-Orsello at educlosorsello@salemstate.edu or 978-542-6354.

Donate blood, get your hair cut for free

The American Red Cross and its partner, Sport Clips Haircuts, are urging eligible donors to donate blood in September to help meet the needs of patients who depend on life-saving transfusions. More donations are needed to meet critical continued demand as concerns grow over a COVID-19 outbreak. As a thank you, those who donate blood or platelets until September 30 will receive a coupon for a free Sport Clips haircut by email. You can make an appointment to donate blood or platelets using the Red Cross blood donation app, visiting RedCrossBlood.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733- 2767) or by activating the blood donation skill on any Alexa Echo. device.

Salem High Hosts ‘Mass Class’ Reunion

The Salem High School classes of 1980, 1981 and 1982 hold a common class reunion on Friday, November 12 at the Danversport Yacht Club from 7 p.m. to midnight. Tickets cost $ 60 per person. You can send the money to @ Patty-Levasseur (80) or email your class representative to find out where to send a check. Class of 1980 Patty (Tremblay) Levasseur at Patty_Levasseur1@msn.com, class of 1981 Jeanne (Pare) Muse at Artfullyyoursjp@gmail.com and class of 1982 Chris (Nardella) Yobaccio at skipchewy@verizon.net. Include full name (maiden name if applicable) class and contact details.

Ipswich offers 3rd dose of Pfizer

Immunization clinics in the city of Ipswich can now offer a third dose of Pfizer vaccine to eligible people. Those who are moderately or severely immunocompromised are more likely to have severe illness with COVID-19 and less likely to develop an adequate response to the two-dose series of Moderna or Pfizer. An additional dose is recommended for those who have received a primary series of Pfizer or Moderna due to a number of conditions and medications. Eligible people who want a third dose should speak to their doctor for specific recommendations, such as stopping a medication before receiving the vaccine. City clinic staff cannot offer individualized medical advice. There is currently no recommendation from the CDC regarding the need for a second dose of Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine. Doses of J&J Booster are currently not available and the City is awaiting further guidance from federal authorities. Clinics are open to anyone aged 12 and over who lives, works, or studies in Massachusetts, on Mondays at Our Lady of Hope Rectory, 1 Pine Swamp Road. Register at: https://home.color.com/vaccine/register/capeann. Please choose the “second dose” option.


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Strictly 2021: James Jordan castigates “selfish professional dancers who refused the jab” http://www.canadadancesport.com/strictly-2021-james-jordan-castigates-selfish-professional-dancers-who-refused-the-jab/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/strictly-2021-james-jordan-castigates-selfish-professional-dancers-who-refused-the-jab/#respond Tue, 21 Sep 2021 11:52:42 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/strictly-2021-james-jordan-castigates-selfish-professional-dancers-who-refused-the-jab/ T Three of Strictly Come Dancing’s professional dancers have reportedly turned down the Covid jab despite partnering with a celebrity. Already, the reports have angered fans of the BBC show. The BBC declined to comment on the Covid vaccination status of professional dancers, but a spokesperson promised that strict government guidelines remain in place to […]]]>
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Three of Strictly Come Dancing’s professional dancers have reportedly turned down the Covid jab despite partnering with a celebrity.

Already, the reports have angered fans of the BBC show.

The BBC declined to comment on the Covid vaccination status of professional dancers, but a spokesperson promised that strict government guidelines remain in place to keep the show safe.

Strictly professional former dancer James Jordan, who performed on the show from 2006 to 2013, criticized the “truly selfish” dancers who apparently chose not to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

The 43-year-old ballroom dancer and choreographer has called for all dancers who turned down the jab to be “fired” from the BBC show.

He told Good Morning Britain: “I would normally protect professional dancers until the cows come home, but on this particular occasion I unfortunately cannot.

“I really don’t believe they deserve their right on the show and celebrities have every right to refuse to dance with them.”

He added, “I just think it’s a really, really selfish thing to do. And also, what to remember, in years previous to Strictly, your immune system weakens, a lot of people get sick anyway. It was long before the coronavirus …

“I say we don’t have these professional dancers [who haven’t had the jab] on the show. “

The identity of professional dancers who have not been vaccinated remains secret.

A spokesperson for Strictly told The Standard: “We are not commenting on speculation about someone’s COVID vaccination status.

“The production of Strictly Come Dancing will and will continue to follow strict government guidelines to ensure the safety of everyone on the show.”

Former Strictly star Dr Ranj Singh urged everyone to do their part in the coronavirus pandemic, but felt there could be a legitimate reason the three reported professional dancers failed had the Covid jab.

He said: “I think you know that vaccination is not compulsory, it is an offer, and I think we should all play our part and do everything we can to try to protect everyone. Not just ourselves but those around us.

“There may be legitimate reasons these people can’t get the jab and we have to understand that, but I think we all have a role to play in being as safe as possible.

“And it’s not just about vaccination, it’s about being careful with hand hygiene, trying to distance yourself, wearing a mask in closed spaces and all those other things that we should. do well. “

Initially, three professional dancers had decided not to bring out the Covid vaccine in The Sun.

A source told the newspaper: “Producers fear a Covid outbreak on the new series, which is a crucial part of the fall schedule.

“They take every possible precaution to make the set as safe as possible, especially as the studio audience returns.”


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Cody Rigsby’s first performance dancing with the stars 2021 http://www.canadadancesport.com/cody-rigsbys-first-performance-dancing-with-the-stars-2021/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/cody-rigsbys-first-performance-dancing-with-the-stars-2021/#respond Tue, 21 Sep 2021 01:12:00 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/cody-rigsbys-first-performance-dancing-with-the-stars-2021/ ABC ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars” stars Cody Rigsby. Cody Rigsby is a well-known Peloton instructor, but he also added the “Dancing With the Stars” contestant to his resume and he delivered a great first performance in the show’s Season 30 premiere. Rigsby’s first performance was the tango from Dua Lipa’s song “Physical” and her […]]]>

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ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars” stars Cody Rigsby.

Cody Rigsby is a well-known Peloton instructor, but he also added the “Dancing With the Stars” contestant to his resume and he delivered a great first performance in the show’s Season 30 premiere.

Rigsby’s first performance was the tango from Dua Lipa’s song “Physical” and her 2021 DWTS partner is show veteran Cheryl Burke. The routine started with Rigsby on a stationary bike, but he quickly descended from the stage to meet Burke on the floor. The two were stunned in neon pink and put on a powerful but fun performance.

Judge Carrie Ann Inaba said she liked the performance but wanted to see Rigsby “relax” a bit. Len Goodman told him he needed to keep his grip tighter and lift his head, but called him “watch.” Derek Hough said the performance was so much fun and Bruno Tonioli called it a “great ride”.

After the performance, host Tyra Banks told Rigsby that she took some of his classes.


Cody Rigsby is already a dancer

Rigsby might be a newbie in the ballroom, but he admitted to having done background dancing over the years. Does this give him an unfair advantage? Several of the DWTS Season 30 contenders have some dance experience, so maybe that’s a level playing field.

Vogue described Rigsby as “a dance party leader prone to shoulder shimmies and jazz hands; a storyteller (his mother, Panera Bread aficionada Cindy Rigsby, is a recurring character); and a pop scholar.

But Rigsby hasn’t always been a famous fitness star. He confessed to Vogue that he had in fact been homeless for three years. Fortunately for him, those days are over.


Cheryl Burke could retire after this season

On an episode of the “Chicks in the Office” podcast in November 2020, Burke hinted that she might be getting ready to hang up her DWTS hat. According to Us Weekly, Burke confessed, “My hips don’t lie and I’m starting to get tendonitis. For a woman, as far as competitive ballroom dancing is concerned, normally in her thirties [they retire]. I’m 36, so it’s time to hang up those shoes.

She continued, “I also don’t want to be like that old woman thinking, ‘Oh, here’s Cheryl doing the same dance, just slowly but in her head she thinks she’s going so fast. I don’t want to, I guess, be a dancer and have my partner have to say, “I can’t lift.” There is a time and a place for everything.

In an interview with Us Weekly, Burke admitted to being “nervous” before DWTS Season 30 because she was now sober. She admitted: “Confession time – this might be my 24th time doing #dwts, and while I’m so horny, I have some big nerves too. Doing this sober show really made me realize all my insecurity and the pressure I’m putting on myself which is difficult… I just wanted to be honest with all of you because I know sometimes it can seem like this of things to be easy for us, but it wouldn’t be real.

“Dancing with the Stars” airs Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET.



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‘NCIS’ returns, with Hawaiian spin-off http://www.canadadancesport.com/ncis-returns-with-hawaiian-spin-off/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/ncis-returns-with-hawaiian-spin-off/#respond Mon, 20 Sep 2021 13:05:13 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/ncis-returns-with-hawaiian-spin-off/ TV and streaming choice for Monday, September 20 LOOK AT THIS: “Dance with the stars” (8 p.m., ABC): The Ballroom Pageant returns for its 30th season, as is Len Goodman! He will be part of an expanded panel of judges alongside Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough. Fifteen new celebrities are set to […]]]>

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The Marblehead School Of Ballet Celebrates 50th Anniversary With New Season http://www.canadadancesport.com/the-marblehead-school-of-ballet-celebrates-50th-anniversary-with-new-season/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/the-marblehead-school-of-ballet-celebrates-50th-anniversary-with-new-season/#respond Sun, 19 Sep 2021 22:41:15 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/the-marblehead-school-of-ballet-celebrates-50th-anniversary-with-new-season/ The Marblehead School of Ballet (MSB) celebrates its 50th anniversary with a new season of workshops and special classes designed to meet the interests of children, teens and adults of all skill levels. A range of courses, workshops and events ranging from ballet to ballroom dancing are planned for the year 2021-2022 in studio and […]]]>

The Marblehead School of Ballet (MSB) celebrates its 50th anniversary with a new season of workshops and special classes designed to meet the interests of children, teens and adults of all skill levels. A range of courses, workshops and events ranging from ballet to ballroom dancing are planned for the year 2021-2022 in studio and live online. The studio is located at 115 Pleasant Street in scenic Marblehead, Massachusetts.

“Our 50th anniversary marks us in the great tradition of ballet. It is a traditional art handed down from generation to generation: from teacher to student, from old to young. Over time, the pupil becomes the teacher and the art continues. Every person who has passed through our studio has helped keep our tradition alive. We thank you all. And we look forward to our future, “said Paula K. Shiff, Principal of the Marblehead School of Ballet.

Special 50th anniversary workshop series

To celebrate the 50th anniversary, three special workshops will be presented. The first highlights Broadway in the ‘Theater Arts Workshop’, a six-week series with Karen Marie Pisani, former Dance Captain and performer of the National Touring Company of A Chorus Line under the direction of Michael Bennett. Learn what theater kids are up to in New York! This theater workshop for ages seven to nine will create a Broadway atmosphere, where all forms of dance, voice and acting will be learned and applied. The series of workshops takes place on Wednesdays from September 22 to October 27 from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. ??

In the second featured series, the Modern Dance Technique Workshop with Ivan Korn, students develop spatial awareness, an understanding of the musical bases of rhythm and phrasing of dance movement. Students, ages 12 and up, will develop their modern dance toolkit and learn a two-minute choreography. The workshop takes place on Saturdays from October 2 to 23, from 11:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Korn, originally from Santiago, Chile, received a Masters of Fine Arts in Choreography from the Boston Conservatory and has performed in New England at the Boston Center for the Arts, Joyce SoHo in New York, and Jacob’s Pillow in New York. Becket, Massachusetts. .

The third series of workshops presents the Monthly Dance Adventure. The series of workshops covers these dances from all over the world: Hanuman the Monkey King (Balinese), Baile de Chimo (Peruvian Baroque) and Fandango (Andalusian Spanish escuela bolera). The workshop meets monthly on Mondays October 18, November 15 and December 20 from

6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. EST. Students of all levels, ages 12 and up, are welcome. No previous dance experience is required. Carlos Fittante, Principal Dancer and Co-Choreographer of the Boston Early Music Festival and Artistic Director of BALAM Dance Theater in New York City, teaches this enriching workshop.

Registration for these workshops can be done online at marbleheadschoolofballet.com/classes/schedule/. Workshops are offered both in the studio and live online. To participate, call 781-631-6262 or contact msb@havetodance.com.

New course season

Adopting a motto of quality education, the MSB offers individual attention and works with people to achieve their goals. The school’s program offers classes to meet the needs of seasoned dancers, as well as amateur and promising dancers of all ages. Children, adolescents and adults find a range of opportunities available to suit their interests. The new season offers classes for all ages and levels in ballet, pointe, pre-pointe, variations, modern and creative movement, stretching and strength, ballroom, swing, Argentine tango, Latin solo work and Tai- chi. Students can enroll in courses full time or on an ongoing basis. Stalls are welcome. Check the schedule at bit.ly/MSBschedule.

Private and semi-private lessons are also available live online and in the studio for dancers of all ages and levels by appointment. Classes are available to create a fun dance at a couple’s wedding, prepare for a sports competition, develop skills for a dance performance, train for college auditions, train for a sport, work on alignment and coordination or seek additional instructions. Information on private lessons is available at bit.ly/2CtETn6.

Register now

MSB operates year round and offers open registrations on an ongoing basis. Although students are encouraged to start at any time, prior registration is required. To register for any course or for more information, visit www.marbleheadschoolofballet.com, call 781-631-6262 or contact msb@havetodance.com.


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Gordon Ramsay talks to Tilly’s partner Nikita Kuzmin http://www.canadadancesport.com/gordon-ramsay-talks-to-tillys-partner-nikita-kuzmin/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/gordon-ramsay-talks-to-tillys-partner-nikita-kuzmin/#respond Sun, 19 Sep 2021 08:31:36 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/gordon-ramsay-talks-to-tillys-partner-nikita-kuzmin/ Gordon Ramsay acted in typical Gordon Ramsay style when he first met his daughter Tilly Come dance strictly partner … making him a little reproach. You can see the slightly awkward exchange here: Tilly, 19, has been paired with professional ballroom dancer Nikita Kuzmin for this year’s series and it looks like protective father Gordon […]]]>

Gordon Ramsay acted in typical Gordon Ramsay style when he first met his daughter Tilly Come dance strictly partner … making him a little reproach. You can see the slightly awkward exchange here:

Tilly, 19, has been paired with professional ballroom dancer Nikita Kuzmin for this year’s series and it looks like protective father Gordon will be keeping a close eye on the pair.

On last night’s show (September 18), we saw the moment the celebrities met their professional partner, and as Tilly and Nikita got to know each other, Gordon FaceTimed his daughter for a chat.

The teenager answered the call and introduced it to Nikita, Gordon saying: “Congratulations – and good luck to you both.”

However, he then appeared to spot what Nikita was wearing and quickly warned, “Nikita, can you pull up your shirt? It’s a little low.”

Fortunately, the couple seemed to see the fun side and could be seen laughing as Tilly quickly ended the call by telling her father, “It’s time to go.”

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Later in the episode, Tilly joked that she told co-host Claudia Winkleman that Nikita should wear a “scarf and a balaclava” to keep her father happy.

Viewers loved Gordon’s cheeky comment, with one person posting on Twitter: “Telling Nikita to make this shirt is SO Gordon!”

Another joked, “Gordon: ‘Nikita, can you button your shirt?’.

“Better than: ‘You fucking ass.'”

A third warned: “Nikita Kuzmin has already tasted Tilly Ramsay’s father Gordon, if she is rejected in the first few weeks, you better prepare for serious verbal abuse …”

Gordon and Tilly are known to pull off a few moves together on TikTok.  Credit: Instagram / @ gordongram
Gordon and Tilly are known to pull off a few moves together on TikTok. Credit: Instagram / @ gordongram

When it was announced that Tilly had made his way into the dance competition last month, Gordon was quick to warn, “Don’t date these dancers.”

But Gordon doesn’t need to worry too much, as Nikita is already in a relationship with her partner – and fellow dancer – Nicole Wirt.

While Tilly has already revealed that her father is delighted that she is participating.

Speaking to The Sun, she said, “Dad is very happy that I am participating. He always wanted to learn to dance but he’s just not very good at all. He has two left feet.

“I’ll try to teach him but I’m getting a little impatient with him because it takes him a very long time.”


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Episode 12 – My Next Life as a Villain: All Roads Lead to Misfortune! X http://www.canadadancesport.com/episode-12-my-next-life-as-a-villain-all-roads-lead-to-misfortune-x/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/episode-12-my-next-life-as-a-villain-all-roads-lead-to-misfortune-x/#respond Sun, 19 Sep 2021 00:30:00 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/episode-12-my-next-life-as-a-villain-all-roads-lead-to-misfortune-x/ Poor Geordo – once Larna / Susanna applauded Spot (formerly known as Pochi; I have mixed feelings about the translation), there was no way Catarina was not will end up in the Department of Magic. Well, that and the fact that there was a sequel to Fortune lover, the otome game in the world in […]]]>

Poor Geordo – once Larna / Susanna applauded Spot (formerly known as Pochi; I have mixed feelings about the translation), there was no way Catarina was not will end up in the Department of Magic. Well, that and the fact that there was a sequel to Fortune lover, the otome game in the world in which Catarina found herself reincarnated. Yes, if you were wondering where the recently announced movie plot was going to come from, there are a lot more sources to adapt, which means more death flags for Catarina to eat and sleep and more potential additions. at the harem. Poor everyone, really.

Perhaps it’s no surprise that it feels less like the final episode of the season and more like a transition to the next chapter. Novel readers already know that there are more books than could reasonably have been covered by twelve episodes, and when Keith’s arc ended on episode eleven, it was easy to assume that we wouldn’t have a solid ending this week. The basic plot is that everyone graduates, adores Catarina (or faints to Nicol asking her to dance), and then she and Maria start working in the Department of Magic. Plus, she eats a lot and there is bad anime ballroom dancing, which at this point feels like her own style of dancing. It’s fun, but not much beyond that – only Keith really has moments with her (of questionable consent, naturally), and we move on.

I probably make this sound worse than it actually is. In reality, there are plenty of entertaining moments, with Alan watching Catarina eat a carefully stacked mountain of meat being the star. The way he goes from worshiping to resigned surprise to desperately trying not to laugh in her face is not only a good summary of how his relationships with everyone tend to go, but also to ‘Alan as a character. He’s not as stuffy or tense as the other boys in the harem, though he’s aware that his position as a prince means he should be. Catarina throws it away every time, and that’s what we see in the rare moments they are together at the ball. That he’s the only one not dancing with her (guys, anyway) says so much about how they relate to each other. Alan isn’t as comfortable with this kind of traditional romantic gesture as the others, but maybe that’s why he and Catarina get along so well – because I think if you asked her she would say that it is not either. She might be Catarina on the outside, but on the inside, she’s still friends with Acchan, the outgoing girl who died too soon.

It makes it especially nice to see Acchan again this week. (And I wish the show had put more emphasis on Sophia being Acchan, which was kind of a flashing moment and you’ll miss it in the first season.) Yes, it’s important that we learn that there was one Lover of Fortune II after Catarina’s previous death, but keeping that connection to her past life is a bit like making your heart beat. Also, how could we reasonably be told that the harem can potentially add a bespectacled guy and a shota character? Or that Sora is official? (Are we missing any other archetypes at this point? I’m sure we have to be. Don’t worry, I’m sure they’ll appear now that Catarina has a whole new place to charm them. people.)

And so we come to the end. Catarina has acquired a black magic familiar, a black magic device, and a job, thus avoiding having to marry Geordo for a little longer. The specter of Sarah (she has a name!) And trafficked children is still there – and that’s certainly a common thread to keep in mind. Lover of Fortune II‘is a bad ending, there is a lot of danger for Catarina to worry about. But don’t worry – she’ll have seven square meals a day to distract her and keep her happy.

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Opening and closing around the area | Lee High Valley Regional News http://www.canadadancesport.com/opening-and-closing-around-the-area-lee-high-valley-regional-news/ http://www.canadadancesport.com/opening-and-closing-around-the-area-lee-high-valley-regional-news/#respond Sat, 18 Sep 2021 11:24:44 +0000 http://www.canadadancesport.com/opening-and-closing-around-the-area-lee-high-valley-regional-news/ Here is a summary of the local openings and closings that have made the news in recent weeks. The Hamilton Street restaurant of the same name will close to make way for sports-themed restaurants and bars that promise to bring live entertainment to Allentown with Chicken & Bliss. Hamilton Kitchen It will be closed by […]]]>

Here is a summary of the local openings and closings that have made the news in recent weeks.

The Hamilton Street restaurant of the same name will close to make way for sports-themed restaurants and bars that promise to bring live entertainment to Allentown with Chicken & Bliss. Hamilton Kitchen It will be closed by the end of the year.

City Center Investment Corporation said Sport and social In the spring, it will open in 8,000 square feet of space at Two City Center on Hamilton Street 645. National chains generally open restaurants near major red light districts, casinos and stadiums, so attracting restaurants to Allentown ”checks the incredible revitalization of this wonderful city, ”said Judith, Chief Operating Officer of City Center, said Borelli.

The Sports & Social menu includes a special item, Chicken & Bliss. Grilled waffles, fried chicken strips, maple syrup, sliced ​​strawberries, lemon butter, honey and mint.

In Bethlehem, what looks like an independent pharmacy is opened in a small shopping center. Rinden pharmacy 3010 Linden Street. The property shows some confidence in a large, chain-dominated industry, with Walgreens about a block away. More information on this operation later.

New housing may be under construction in Allentown. Developers Mukesh and Dilip Patel plan 37,000 square feet Microtel Located at 301 Union Boulevard, accessible from Dauphin Street. The 70-room, 4-storey building has an indoor swimming pool. This place is just east of the Lehigh River and not far from Coca-Cola Park, home of the Lehigh Valley Iron Pig.

Crossing the Delaware River in Greenwich Township mountain man We’re offering a limited menu while Sammy’s old drive-in work continues. The Dewze website so far shows limited time at the 1193 Route 22 site across from the Phillipsburg Mall. The restaurant serves modern American cuisine.

Easton will get an African restaurant that was operated by Gino’s Pizza. Hoza 349 We are looking for staff for a location on Northampton Street. According to Hoza’s Facebook page, they have been looking for cooks, waiters, hostesses, preparers and dishwashers since July. The name Hoza roughly means “Thank God Friday” in Africa.

Split pine ax throwing The opening is scheduled for Thursday, September 23 at 627 Hamilton Street in Allentown. Groups of 2 or more can be tossed for 20 minutes for $ 8.

In the south of Bethlehem, Siegzelker Zecraft 306 Open on South New Street. Zelker has over 20 years of catering and catering experience. The cafe’s menu includes coffee, toast, salads, and desserts, and Zelker aims to use local ingredients. Delivery is possible and Zekraft offers a full catering menu.

Even in Bethlehem Free-motion dance shop 2475 Open on Willow Park Road. This store sells “everything related to dancing” and is perfect for pointe shoes. Free Motion offers shoes for ballet, pointe, hip-hop, jazz, tap, ballroom and lyric dance.


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