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Palestinian tourist dancing in Italy
Original video "Palestinian tourist dancing in Italy" here: https://youtu.be/GSHTsyJlGbE This is Palestinian dancer and choreographer Rima Baransi (Arabic: ريما برانسي) with her family in Trieste, Italy. Her father Assad Baransi (Arabic: الأسد برانسي) recorded this video while encouraging her to dance to the music. They were visiting the town as tourists.
I have been informed that the following is Rima Baransi's official Facebook page:
Rima Baransi's website:
BANDALOOP Takes Flight in Boston
"You've probably never seen anything like this before. Six members of the vertical dance troupe BANDALOOP descended the façade of the new 100 Northern Ave. building commemorating its grand opening at Boston's Seaport District. The performers are held securely by special rigging allowing them to mesmerize audiences with dynamic physicality and intricate choreography. You'll want to turn on the sound for this one."
On June 9, 2016 BANDALOOP commemorated The Fallon Company's grand opening of 100 Northern Avenue, a 17-story commercial tower and the fifth building to be completed at Fan Pier on Boston’s waterfront, during a private celebration.
Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and The Fallon Company President and CEO Joseph F. Fallon will officiated the building’s opening just prior to BANDALOOP’s performance.
Originally shared to WBZ-TV/CBS Boston's Facebook page, this piece surpassed 2 million views in less than five days.
Sergei Polunin, “Take Me to Church”
"Take Me To Church" by Hozier
Directed by David LaChapelle
Choreography by Jade Hale-Christofi
James Bay - Let It Go - Dance | A Breakup Story #DanceOnJamesBay
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Directed & Edited by Tim Milgram: http://youtube.com/timmilgram
Download James Bay’s ‘Let It Go’: http://republicrec.co/LetItGoDanceOn
A Breakup Story.... So You Think You Can Dance finale choreographer Talia Favia's take on breakout singer/songwriter James Bay's "Let it Go", performed by Madonna principal lead dancer Chaz Buzan and Courtney Schwartz is a chill-inducing mix of heartfelt emotion.
DanceOn's "James Bay - Let It Go | A Breakup Story" is the premiere episode of ARTIST REQUEST, a weekly series that pairs emerging music artists with industry-leading choreographers and dancers. This episode of ARTIST REQUEST was produced, directed and edited by T.Milly Productions.
James Bay is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist. His new album, Chaos and the Calm is available now and reached number one in the UK charts. He won this year's GQ "Breakthrough Solo Artist" award, a designation previously held by Sam Smith. He was recently named an "Artist to Watch" by MTV. James Bay is represented by Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Talia Favia is an LA-based choreographer whose work has been described as "challenging from the inside out." Talia is the creator/artistic director of LIV Dance, and founder/director of contemporary dance company "The Difference Between". Talia was a 2014 Capezio A.C.E Awards finalist which is a designation for the next generation of emerging and influential choreographers in the commercial dance world.
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Dancer - Chaz Buzan - @chazbuzan
Dancer - Courtney Schwartz - @crschwartz
Music - James Bay
Elena Gibson - Guest Performance
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