January 23rd, 2013
The 2013 American girl fashion show is in hunt for models.
According to the Roswell dance theater they need only limited number of girl models with good posture, self-confidence and smirk. They should be able to walk down on a runway in front of the audience with much enjoyment.
Organizers are expecting around 200 guest will be present on each fashion show at Roswell Doubletree Hotel Ballroom, on March 1-3
Check out the below address and date for the model call
- Model call hosted by the American girl store in north point hall, 1202 North Point Circle in Alpharetta
- Date : Jan 29
- Timings : 4p.m to 6 p.m
Specification to attend
- Height : 52 – 56 inches
- Waist : 24 inches
- Hip : 30 inches
- Chest : 28 inches
- Models should able to wear a girl’s size 10
To attend the Audition
- Models need to bring the current photo and $35 participation fee
- All models will receive a limited-edition American Girl Fashion Show t-shirt.
- Models should be able to attend an orientation and fitting on Feb. 3 and dress rehearsal on Feb. 24.
- Models may be required to supply footwear and accessories depending on their costumes
For more informations you may contact to this mail id: AmericanGirlFashionShowRoswell@gmail.com
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April 20th, 2012
Since 2009, four Piedmont School of Music & Dance students have gone on to attend The Juilliard School’s dance program in New York City, which each year accepts only about 20 female students out of thousands applying from all over the globe.
Several of this school’s students this year also have been selected to attend some noteworthy institutions.
Laura Dearman, 16, of Statesville received a lifetime merit scholarship at The Joffrey Ballet School in New York City.
Chloe Ellis, 12, of Mooresville will attend American Ballet Theatre’s Summer Intensive program in New York. Chloe also placed second in the Classical Solo category at the 2012 Youth American Grand Prix competition. She competed against about 90 national and international dancers in her age division in Columbia.
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April 10th, 2012
The K-State Student Union Courtyard was filled with excellent music and laughter as more than 30 students participated in “International Dance Steps” on Monday. The great International Coordinating Council hosted the event as part of International Week, which gave students a chance to learn about other cultures by trying out basic dance moves from around the world.
“The purpose of International Week is to show how diverse K-State is,” said Benita Mugabo, sophomore in management and information systems. “It’s important for students to learn about other cultures and to share with others.”
Mugabo hails from Rwanda, but taught a Pacific Island dance called “Tutuki” that she had learned from a friend in high school. The dance did not involve much stepping, but instead focused on arm and hip movements. The music she chose for the dance was from Fiji.
Marazula, a medieval European dance, had participants doing simple stepping and clapping in a circle, but the great tempo of the music kept getting faster and faster. The group scrambled to keep up with the music, laughing at the results.
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July 10th, 2009
There are too many things we should thank the Irish for – “St. Patrick’s Day”…tasty soda bread, step dancing, and Celtic music. At the 38th Annual Rochester Feis, you can make sure who has the luck o’ the Irish this Saturday, July 11. The “feis”, which is been derived from the Irish word for “festival”, will be featuring a traditional Irish dance competition, and several other contests for the best in art, needlework, singing, and soda bread baking
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June 30th, 2009
New Tang Dynasty Television (NTDTV), whose mission is to refresh traditional Chinese culture, hosted a competition at Tribeca Performing Arts Center.
The competition is part of their sequence of nine competitions highlighting Chinese culinary art, photography, Chinese martial arts, figure painting, violin, vocal, piano and Han couture fashion design.
The contestants were compulsory to exhibit their knowledge and talent of traditional Chinese dance before a board of six judges, where all are graduated in the top dance schools in mainland China and Taiwan.
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