break dance


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break dance

an acrobatic dance style originating in the 1980s
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Bboy is a break dance artist and recognised as one of the country's best.
The USA Break Dancers consist of three distinguished and engaging artists, who have pulled out all the stops in entertaining break dance enthusiasts of all ages and nationalities in Dubai.
Surgery and weeks of healing set back Ralph's return to the gym and the cypher -- the term for break dance circles.
One of the major problems the group faces is the lack of professional break dance teachers in the region.
The summer school is aimed to create a Welsh break dance group to perform as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad in venues across the UK.
At night, it is not unusual for young Saudis to gather at clandestine locations to break dance or gawk at the spectacle.
With a choice of flamenco, African, break dance, robotics and contemporary movement, the new programme is aiming to ensure a truly international flavour.
The Kombat Breakers who will set out to teach Blue Peter presenter Konnie Huq (inset) how to break dance.
Any Place You've Ever Been," "Rituals and Improvisations," "The Simplest of All Mysteries," "Resistance as Memory," and "Dangerous Doubts" are metaphorically the feet that cause us to shake, rumba, shuffle, salsa, tango, Lindy Hop, and break dance to the poems that are truly the dance.
The group will bring 10 performers to Eugene for a night of hip-hop, break dance and acrobatic entertainment.
Linyekula's vocabulary is polyglot, drawing from ballet, break dance, butoh, and African folk and pop dances.
That will be followed by African dances, tango, salsa and break dance performances from 1 to 1:40 p.