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Early Movers and Shakers in Dance Choreography

Posted By: Nneka Opene | Dance History | Jan 20, 2015
early choreography

Great dance is inspired by many things, foremost of which is often great choreography accompanied by great music. Of the numerous classics and great choreographic works in existence, there are handful that were created by the creme of the crop, those who helped to construct and design modern dance as we know it today. These movers and shakers are often considered some of the most ground breaking and influential choreographers of the 20th Century. 

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Overcoming Shyness and Social Dance Jitters

Posted By: Nneka Opene | Dance Guide | Jan 13, 2015
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Now that the hustle and bustle of the holidays are over you are finally ready to embark upon a fresh list of exciting, new activities in the New Year.
From trying new places and restaurants to starting up your fitness program; part of which includes the dance classes you’ve been thinking about for a while but never got around to doing. You’re on a roll. So although you think that you have two left feet and are not musically inclined, you’re secretly enjoying the very classes that your buddy has been twisting your arm about for so long. Although some of the classes can be challenging or even frustrating at times, at least you’re able to hide in the back of the room and keep unwanted attention off of yourself. You’re learning but wish that there were more opportunities for you to practice.

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How To Become A Better Dancer

Posted By: Nneka Opene | Dance Guide | Jan 06, 2015

Whether you are a newbie with no dance experience, or master of movement who can dance circles around most, one thing that both beginner and advanced level dancers have in common is that they both have room to improve and grow in their technique and overall dance journey. With the masses trying out new things for the New Year, and others simply trying to improve upon what they already know, this time of year is prime time for self improvement and making things anew.

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New Year, New You, New Resolutions!

Posted By: Nneka Opene | General | Dec 30, 2014
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If you’re like most people, you likely have a list of resolutions that you hope to accomplish and actually stick to in the New Year.

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Top Dance Moments and Music of 2014

Posted By: Nneka Opene | featured | Dec 23, 2014
NY 2014

Some of the stories and events that topped headlines throughout the year ranged from serious, like the Ebola outbreak; to sensational, like a reality star’s attempt to break the internet; to down right silly with a cause, such as the wildly viral ice bucket challenge, which dared everyone from soccer moms to celebrities to pour buckets of ice cold water over their heads to raise money and awareness for ALS. As much as these stories may have captivated our hearts, minds and especially our attention, there were other significant news and events happening in the music and dance world that are worth having a look back at as we move forward into the New Year.

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‘Tis the Season for Festive Fun at Atomic!

Posted By: Nneka Opene | General | Dec 16, 2014
holiday cheer

Feel the cheer from there to here, Atomic’s Holiday Hustle is near! Decorations are up, festive music fills the air and the holiday spirit abounds everywhere!

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