break-dance


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In order for Dubai to thrive on the forefront of this new wave of break-dance, the groups need to do more than fashion urban street-wear out of generic clothes.
The event was attended by the Ambassador of Germany to Qatar, HE Angelika Storz-Chakarji and fans of classical music, break-dance, and innovative performances in Doha.
Hip-hop and break-dance have inspired an artistic community project which will go on display at the National Eisteddfod in Newport.
Fuller completed a Performing Arts course at the city's Tile Hill College and both Fuller and Bailey, known as the 'Kombat Breakers', taught Coventry youngsters how to break-dance at the AT7 centre and the Midlands sports centre for the disabled.
Depending on what city you're in, Bunch said, the choreography may lean more toward flamboyant show jazz (Las Vegas) or break-dance and freestyle (San Diego).
When Brown finally broke stride, whether to rock across the stage in an unexpected worm borrowed from break-dance or to strap on in-line skates for a final silent glide as the lights faded, it was as if this starman had returned to earth--and the effect was of exquisite surprise.
Tracy Curtis, vice president of the Tap Dance Society, said: "The performance will be an all-round dance show also featuring modern, tap, break-dance and Latin.
His nickname alluded to his feet never seeming to touch the ground as he performed a hip-hop, break-dance, acrobatic celebration.
Dancers busted out with acrobatic break-dance moves.
One of them scooted through break-dance patterns that just about set the floor aflame, while another's minimal moves steamed with barely contained force, and yet a third's whizzing limbs blurred perceptible lines.
Violinist Takumi Fukushima is unforgettable as she plays and screams like Yoko Ono, while Dimitri Jourde, trained at the national circus school, leaves the audience breathless with his daring break-dance moves to the electronic techno groove of Rui Owada.
WHOEVER WOULD have thought that break-dance, hip-hop and disc-jockeying could become the core of an anti-poverty strategy?
Idols, in Newgate Street, is looking for anyone who can sing, dance, break-dance, bottle flair, fire dance or has any other relevant talent.
There are performances of break-dancing from Afro-Kensington Break-dance, songs from the South African Gospel choir and a display of silky skill football.
The programme consists of two new dance works fusing contemporary dance, street dance, popping and break-dance.