break-dancing


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break-dancing

[ˈbreɪkˌdɑːnsɪŋ] nbreakdance f
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Choreographer and dancer Nefeli Tsiouti will be doing the break-dancing and pushing the limits of what dance and classical music should look like together, while Anoki von Arx (whose voice motivated the dancing steps) will cover the opera part of the evening while live music will be provided by Annini Tsiouti on the piano and Iro Michael on the clarinet.
Sources added that the pair calls themselves Modoccor and combine rapping with street dance, gymnastics and break-dancing.
Jam-packed with a variety of events, the programme features clog dancing, urban art, rock 'n' roll, hip hop, break-dancing and a street party.
The recently-formed crew consists of teens who have been dancing for years, although most of them are new to the break-dancing scene, admittedly having learned their moves off youtube.
The kids were so excited to be break-dancing for Usher.
HE'S performed to screaming fans at the Millennium Stadium during two sell-out tours - but Mark Owen's fondest memories of Wales are as a break-dancing kid in Tenby.
Based on the satellite channel's hit show "Randy Jackson presents America's Best Dance Crew" MTV Urban Workout is a combination of break-dancing, hip-hop and freerunning to gyms across the UK.
A PAIR of Bahrainis will attempt to do their country proud when they participate in a regional break-dancing contest in Dubai next weekend.
Weekend dance and music featuring Celebrity DJs and Korean Break-Dancing Acrobats
A VIDEO featuring break-dancing graduates to promote Teesside University's forthcoming graduation ceremonies has had thousands of hits on popular website YouTube.
break-dancing to Twyla Tharp, presents his newest work, Punto Ciego, about the shifting relationships between six dancers.