award winning dance photo

Ken Browar and Deborah Ory of NYC Dance Project received the second-place award in the People category for their shot of six dancers suspended in the air amid performance.

The scene is a part of “Night Journey,” choreography by the Martha Graham Company that’s based on the Greek myth of Oedipus and Jocasta.

International Photography Awards

32 ballerinas for COVID-19 relief

“Ballet companies are largely dependent on revenue from performances to pay their dancers and fund their operations, but we are now confronting the uncertainty of when we will return to the stage and once again fill performance venues. Some estimates are that large gatherings like concerts and performances will not be able to resume for another 18-24 months. …

We are coming together to help fellow dancers who are struggling financially. The 32 ballerinas featured in this special video performance represent ballet companies from around the world, including the US, Australia, the UK, South Africa, Norway, Russia, Cuba, France, the Philippines, Canada, Austria, Mexico, Denmark, and China.    … ”

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Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Thanks Jessica.

online dance coach Joe Tracini

Over 1.3 million people have watched Joe teach us a hip hop routine.

He’s gained a big following over lockdown.

🎶 Put it on a coaster
Immodest reptile … 🎶

Click PLAY or watch it on Twitter.

Joe has suffered from depression for 8 years. See his honest, vulnerable, down to earth advice on how he deals with it.

Stacey Umeh interviews Georgia Godwin

Stacey Umeh is one of the top choreographers in the world.

Stacey recently launched an attractive new website called Parallel Universe. And a Facebook page.

Also a new home studio where she’s recording one podcast a month, to start.

Episode #2 is a long, entertaining and uplifting interview with Aussie qualified 2020 Olympian Georgia Godwin.  Turns out I knew very little about this Georgia.

Listen to it online here.