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Synonyms for step dancing

dancing in which the steps are more important than gestures or postures

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Goel manages Bollywood Step Dance and is a broadcast journalist.
Says Kim Webb, Director, Step by Step Dance School: "This is a very elegant dance and competitors will all learn the same routine to compete on the night.
Pat's Dancers, a children's step dance group based in Newfoundland's capital city, St.
Like the other members of the group, Leahy learned to dance from his mother, Julie, a step dance champion.
And since he has turned the humble Irish step dance into a multi-million-pound phenomenon, who can argue with him?
She has spent the last six weeks learning Latin and ballroom dances with her allocated dance partner, provided by event organisers Dancing Feet Coventry and the Step By Step Dance School, ahead of the allimportant Strictly Coventry 2015 finale today and tomorrow at the Britannia Hotel in Fairfax Street, Coventry.
Those taking part on Sunday include Annette Bracey School of Dance, Let's Dance Cardiff and Caerphilly, Whitchurch School Of Ballet, Alison Lee Academy of Dance and Two Step Dance Company.
Step dance for 2, 3 or 4 12-25 years: Aelwyd yr Ynys.
It's designed to be hard enough to withstand tap, Irish step dance, and flamenco, but has slip-resistance for ballet, modern, and jazz," she says of the vinyl floor, which is available in black or gray.
In addition to special celebrity appearances, the live studio audience will be treated to some foot stomping step dance by students of the O'Shea Chaplin Academy of Irish Dance.
June's dance partner has been provided by event organisers Dancing Feet, Coventry and the Step by Step Dance School.
Clockwise from above: Gwyn Owen won the Blue Ribbon for competitions 7, 8 and 9; Hilma Lloyd Edwards from Bontnewydd wins the Eisteddfod Mon Chair; multiple prizewinner Steffan Rhys Hughes, 13, from Denbigh; step dance winners Gareth Jones, Richard Holt and Richard Williams from Llangefni High School; crown winner Karen Owen from Penygroes with its designer John Price, from Machynlleth; Llyr Gwynedd from Tremadog won the Unawd 10-12 age competition, pictured with Awel Haf from Porthmadog, who was third in that and also the Unawd Alaw Werin Pictures: ROBERT PARRY JONES RJ200507EISTEDDFOD-5/6/12/13/3/1
Carr, a contributor to DANCE MAGAZINE, offers a mix of traditional Irish step dance with full-bodied modern dance.
Tutors at Dancing Feet Coventry and Step By Step Dance School are searching for nine male and nine female volunteers - aged 18 or over - to take on the challenge of learning one latin and one ballroom dance in time for this year's show at the Britannia Hotel, in Fairfax Street, over the weekend of March 14 and 15.
In a studio at the McInerney School of Irish Step Dance in Auburn, Clare McInerney Gentilucci had just come off a weekend of competition with her students, ages 5 to 22, at the New England Championships in Providence.