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An Adagio for September

I was inspired to choreograph an adagio to the song Luray Women sung by female duo Clishmaclaver because of a conversation I had with my mother recently about the people who are still around and those who live on in our hearts and memories. 1,114 more words

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Book Review: Jane Wellford's "Moving Liturgy: Dance in Christian Worship, a Step by Step Guide" Reviewed by Karen Josephine

Jane Wellford has created a comprehensive book about dance in the Christian church. Worship designers and leaders, Christian educators, retreat planners, musical leadership, and anyone involved in the creation of events for the Christian church will find this book invaluable. 242 more words

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Ouch!

Today the girls had training. We are sharpening up our choreography and technique, not to mention fitness.

For the last week we have done an intense workout every other day, which means that I am back to that old familiar feeling of constant aching muscles. 253 more words

TRAUM EINER SACHE / GESCHICHTE DER VÖGEL

„Es wird sich zeigen, daß die Welt längst den Traum von einer Sache besitzt, von der sie nur das Bewußtsein besitzen muß, um sie wirklich zu besitzen. 182 more words

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SBDP at the LevyDance Salon!

Slick Babble Dance Project participated in The Salon on May 7th, 2016. Performance at 9pm, followed by a post-showcase dance party!

Tickets $10 at the door, or… 93 more words

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All About Balanchine

Hi everybody!  Today we talk about George Balanchine – one of the genial choreographers of the 20th century.  He is the founder of the New York City Ballet, which embodies his distinctive style. 911 more words

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