break dance


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break dance

an acrobatic dance style originating in the 1980s
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Break dance and hip-hop competition was held among kids (9-13 years old) and adults (14 years and older).The winners were awarded with certificates and cash prizes: children - 200 manats ($118), adults - 500 manats ($295).
And with break dancing featuring in the youth Olympics it's a really exciting time to be putting on the break dance festival.
There will also be dance and DJ workshops for break dance beginners and those that are more advanced.
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.
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* LOCAL street dance groups, break dance groups and professional break dance crew Physical Jerks perform at Barry Island on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 4pm.
UK's largest outdoor international break dance competition.
Summary: The group faces the lack of professional break dance teachers in the region
This 28-year-old dancer said that the band tries to interpret break dancing into the Korean way combining contemporary break dance with traditional music and dances.The bands performed in Egypt, and their on-going tour also included performances in Jordan on October, 17-18 before moving on to Kuwait.Moreover, the dinner featured several dishes of Korean cuisine to emphasis its presence in the Korean culture as a whole.
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.