music & dance

a Dance Called "Us"

Day 2: Dance! My second submission for this is a little more refined improvisation with some edits. I imagined Pearl wanting to dance with S., them having difficulty keeping together, and Pearl’s graceful style clashing with S.’s less refined kind of dancing, but through some work they are both able to adapt and come together in a beautiful synergetic way! A bit of a waltz at times, a bit of 80′s power ballad with loose-cannon soloing. Its a little late ^^; I hope you enjoy it!~

В этом танце не осталось равнодушных,
Ты танцуешь и в глазах твоих огонь,
И казалось небеса тебе послушны,
Стоит только провести тебе рукой.


There were no indifferent people to your dance
You made the first move and fire danced in your eyes till the end.
And heavens seemed to be obedient when you glanced,
Or simply graciously extended your hand.


“Miles” by Alyson Stoner | Alyson’s new music video! Check it out!

Directed by: Phillip Chbeeb

Talent: Alyson Stoner & Dexter Darden

Dancers: Rauf Yasit, Lindiwe Rose, Erica Klein, Matthew Gibbs, SugarBob Satto


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Crossover Rant

It’s a pity that a really good crossover episode was used to shove into people’s throats the BS that is km y wa…

Well at least we have a really good song and the awesome performance of Darren Criss to compensate.

Now back to avoid those shows like the plague until real plot is back.


Makes me happy 🐶❤


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Black people show they’re the most creative on the internet yet again with the Chuck E. Cheese challenge

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Ballet dancers in the Kibera neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya one of biggest slums in Africa. The ballerinas (ballerinos) are young students who study dance for fun, made possible through a program run by U.K.-based charity Anno’s Africa, which provides alternative arts education to over 800 children in Kenya. The classes are taught by Mike Wamaya previously worked as a dancer throughout Europe.  His classes focus on both the physical and mental well-being, that promotes confidence-building.  The children feel and see how much they can accomplish if someone gives them the chance, in turn improves their self-esteem and makes them stronger in their daily life.

Photo series by Fredrik Lerneryd h/t huffpost


66 Golden Age movie dance scenes match perfectly in this “Uptown Funk” mashup.