1. Bahamas Salsa Social Network (Dance For Life 2014)

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    Now Playing on www.bahamassportsnetwork.com Bahamas Salsa Social Network (Dance For Life 2014) Atlantis Resort Paradise Island, Bahamas

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    • Dance For Life

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      "Dance for Life" was a commission for new composition, produced by State of Emergency and funded by The Arts Council of England. The music featured in this video was composed by Alan Weekes, and the choreography was by Deborah Baddoo and Ellen Miller. The piece was named after a poem by the Jamaican poet, Frederick Williams. The musicians are Clifford Jarvis (Drums), Ernest Mothle (Bass), Alan Weekes (Guitar), Steve Marshall (Piano), Patrick Cameron (Congas and Percussion), Kevin Hayes (Congas), Michael "Bammi" Rose (Saxophone), and Colin Graham (Trumpet). The dancers are Deborah Baddoo, Ellen Miller, Winston Grant and Suzette Roca. The performance was recorded at Chisenhale Dance, Bethnal Green, and the music was recorded at Pyramid Recording Studio, Dalston, in 1991.

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      • LiveVibeTV, Season 1, Episode 4 - Dance for Life

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        Digital Worlds Presents LiveVibeTV. Clip from Season 1, Episode 4: Dance for Life. Featuring the dancing of Judy and Don Whitmore.

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        • In Profile - Randy Duncan - Trailer

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          Host Brian Felder interviews renowned choreographer, Randy Duncan. RANDY DUNCAN, has the unique privilege to be a three-time recipient of Chicago's prestigious Ruth Page Award for Outstanding Choreographer of the Year. Other awards include the 1999 Artistic Achievement Award from the Chicago National Association of Dance Masters and the 1999/2000 Black Theatre Alliance Award for Best Choreography. His career began at age fifteen with the Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre, rising from dancer to resident choreographer and upon the death of Mr. Holmes, Artistic Director. Using elements of ballet, jazz , African and modern dance, he has created works for the Joffrey Ballet, River North Chicago Dance Company, Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, Spectrum Dance Company (Seattle, Washington), Bat Dor Dance Company of Israel and the Tennessee Children's Dance Ensemble. His musical theater credits include choreographing and appearing in Street Dreams, West Side Story, Carousel, Hello Dolly, Don't Bother Me I Can't Cope and Guys and Dolls. His affiliation with Chicago's Goodman Theatre has helped create acclaimed works such as Zoot Suit, Drowning Crow, The Rose Tattoo and Heartbreak House. His choreography for Apple Tree Theatre's production of Once On This Island earned him a Jeff nomination, while more recently, his work for Apple Tree's Hello Again earned him the 2005 Gay Chicago Magazine After Dark Award for Choreography. Having worked in prominent regional theatres as South Coast Repertory (Costa Mesa, CA), Actor's Theatre (Louisville, KY) and Shakespeare Theatre (Washington, DC), he continues his work with director Kate Whoriskey on such plays as Antigone, Clean House, Amadeus, The Tempest and Caucasian Chalk Circle. Mr. Duncan's first major motion picture (by Paramount Pictures), Save the Last Dance, starring Julia Stiles, earned him a nomination for the American Choreography Award for dance on film. His made for television ballet, Urban Transfer, was produced and distributed nationwide by Public Television Station WTTW. With the production efforts of HMS Media, he has since been seen on several PBS series on dance in Chicago. An avid supporter of HIV/AIDS causes, for the past 11 years, he has donated his time and choreography to Dance for Life, creating world premieres for Chicago's largest dance benefit for HIV/AIDS. Mr. Duncan, an African-American is a native of Chicago and began his dance studies with Geraldine Johnson, followed by classes at the Sammy Dyer School of Theater, Alvin Ailey American Dance Center and Illinois State University (vocal music major), but credits Harriet Ross and Joseph Holmes with much of his inspiration. His guest classes in jazz dance with an African influence have brought him to England, France, Amsterdam, Israel and on an annual basis to Mexico. He teaches at colleges, universities and high schools nationwide. For the past 12 years, he has been on the faculty of the Chicago Academy of the Arts High School. You may also see him sitting on the panels of the NEA, IAC and Arts Midwest. For more information please visit http://www.gaychicagotv.com

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          • In Profile - Randy Duncan

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            Host Brian Felder interviews renowned choreographer, Randy Duncan. RANDY DUNCAN, has the unique privilege to be a three-time recipient of Chicago's prestigious Ruth Page Award for Outstanding Choreographer of the Year. Other awards include the 1999 Artistic Achievement Award from the Chicago National Association of Dance Masters and the 1999/2000 Black Theatre Alliance Award for Best Choreography. His career began at age fifteen with the Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre, rising from dancer to resident choreographer and upon the death of Mr. Holmes, Artistic Director. Using elements of ballet, jazz , African and modern dance, he has created works for the Joffrey Ballet, River North Chicago Dance Company, Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, Spectrum Dance Company (Seattle, Washington), Bat Dor Dance Company of Israel and the Tennessee Children's Dance Ensemble. His musical theater credits include choreographing and appearing in Street Dreams, West Side Story, Carousel, Hello Dolly, Don't Bother Me I Can't Cope and Guys and Dolls. His affiliation with Chicago's Goodman Theatre has helped create acclaimed works such as Zoot Suit, Drowning Crow, The Rose Tattoo and Heartbreak House. His choreography for Apple Tree Theatre's production of Once On This Island earned him a Jeff nomination, while more recently, his work for Apple Tree's Hello Again earned him the 2005 Gay Chicago Magazine After Dark Award for Choreography. Having worked in prominent regional theatres as South Coast Repertory (Costa Mesa, CA), Actor's Theatre (Louisville, KY) and Shakespeare Theatre (Washington, DC), he continues his work with director Kate Whoriskey on such plays as Antigone, Clean House, Amadeus, The Tempest and Caucasian Chalk Circle. Mr. Duncan's first major motion picture (by Paramount Pictures), Save the Last Dance, starring Julia Stiles, earned him a nomination for the American Choreography Award for dance on film. His made for television ballet, Urban Transfer, was produced and distributed nationwide by Public Television Station WTTW. With the production efforts of HMS Media, he has since been seen on several PBS series on dance in Chicago. An avid supporter of HIV/AIDS causes, for the past 11 years, he has donated his time and choreography to Dance for Life, creating world premieres for Chicago's largest dance benefit for HIV/AIDS. Mr. Duncan, an African-American is a native of Chicago and began his dance studies with Geraldine Johnson, followed by classes at the Sammy Dyer School of Theater, Alvin Ailey American Dance Center and Illinois State University (vocal music major), but credits Harriet Ross and Joseph Holmes with much of his inspiration. His guest classes in jazz dance with an African influence have brought him to England, France, Amsterdam, Israel and on an annual basis to Mexico. He teaches at colleges, universities and high schools nationwide. For the past 12 years, he has been on the faculty of the Chicago Academy of the Arts High School. You may also see him sitting on the panels of the NEA, IAC and Arts Midwest. For more information please visit http://www.gaychicagotv.com

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            • Frances Faramenga at Dance 4 Life 2010

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              Frances in Rotterdam at the Dance 4 Life gathering Ahoy. She meets with famous DJ Fedde Legrand. Video by Mel Marques

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              • Ron De Jesus Dance B-SUITE (excerpts)

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                Choreography : Ron De Jesus Music: Michael Buble World Premier 2011 Dance For Life, 20th Anniversary Auditorium Theatre , Chgo, Il

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                • Dance For Life

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                  Dance for Life video

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                  • Dance For Life @ Dance Bradford

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                    (27/9/08) Choreography by Carla Sheldon and Emma Bolland danceforlife-bradford.org.uk/ Directed and edited by Jennifer Morris jennifermorrisfilm.com

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                    • Shiva Rea

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                      from Prana Living / Added

                      Shiva Rea, M.A. is a yogini firekeeper, sacred activist, and leading innovator in the evolution of vinyasa flow yoga integrating the tantric bhakti roots of yoga, Krishnamacharya’s teachings and a universal, quantum approach to the body since she began teaching twenty years ago. She leads retreats and pilgrimages worldwide and has served as a creative catalyst to bring community together including Yoga Trance Dance for Life, Moving Activism for 1,008,000 Trees, Yogini Conferences and the worldwide Global Mala Project. For more info visit Shiva’s website ShivaRea.com Filming by: Rich Van Every (www.richvanevery.com) Editing by: Akira Chan and Rich Van Every

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