#TeamPogi continues on with TPM’s Josh Junio! See you on Saturday, January 31 at the Dancing Queen studio for yet another awesome class!
Contact us at 0998 546 1607 or comment below for any inquiries.
An annual inter-collegiate dance competition happening on January 31, 2015 5:00 PM at the SBCA, Gymnasium.
For tickets, contact 0905 216 1477, and get them for a price of only P100!
See you all there! And best of luck to all the participating crews!
Galaw Lokal is this year’s addition to CIIT’s PHantasya V’s annual competition in traditional and digital arts. It is the integration of a dance competition with dance as an art form as well wherein human movement becomes the medium for sensing, understanding, and communicating ideas, feelings, and experiences. The goal of the said competition is to engage students in artistic expressions through kinesthetic execution.
INFO FORM HERE!:
1. The dance piece can be composed of any dance genre: street dance, hiphop, jazz, break dance, etc. or combination of any, provided there is an inclusion or MashUP with Philippine Culture and Arts.
2. The dance competition is open to dance groups of participating high schools in Phantasya V. Each group must be composed of 7 to 12 members, all male / all female / or mix.
3. Each participating group is required to register and submit the following:
a. Completely filled out registration form
b. Group write up, maximum of 100 words
c. Registration Fee of P500.00
4. Registration Fee can be paid at the General Assembly (Details TBA). Registration form will be distributed as well.
All requirements must be submitted after the General Assembly or thru email firstname.lastname@example.org on or before February 28, 2015. The dance group will only be included in the official list of contestants of the dance competition upon submission of complete requirements.
5. Dance routine should be a minimum of three (3) minutes and maximum of five (5) minutes performance. Lacking or exceeding of the allowed time duration will result to .10 point deduction each.
6. All songs in the performance piece must be appropriate and suitable for any age. Foul taste in music such as profanity, explicit lyrics will result to .10 point deduction.
7. Groups may wear any costume/attire provided that costumes are decent and secured. Philippine Culture inspired costumes is an additional .10 point.
For more information please contact:
Mark Jim Callos
PADAYON: Ang Pagpapatuloy ng mga Sayaw Filpino
The La Salle Dance Company – Folk (LSDC-Folk) is the official folk dance group of De La Salle University. This relatively new group under the Culture and Arts Office seeks to re-establish the Filipino identity in Lasallians and in the Filipino youth through the research, mastery, and presentation of the different Filipino cultural dances, as well as to be active in representing the contemporary issues that are affecting the Filipino indigenous communities.
In line with that we present to you our 3rd Anniversary Concert entitled PADAYON. “Padayon” is the Sugbuanon or Bisaya word for “continue” or “to continue.” This concert will present folk and ethnic dances that directly relates to a human’s life cycle; from conception to adulthood. Dances and rituals will be categorized based on their origin and the stage of human growth and life that it is associated with. This is also our way of saying that we are continuing our commitment to stage and present folk and ethnic dances to the Lasallian community. LSDC-Folk will pioneer a new form of presentation for PADAYON. We call it our 4D concert! The stage will be extended to the audience area; segments of the set design will be placed at some parts of the aisles and at the “dead” portions of the theater where the presentation may not be fully viewed.
It will be held on January 29, 30 and 31, 2015 at the William Shaw Little Theatre, De La Salle University at 7pm. Ticket price is at 200 pesos only. For Ticket Inquiries, Show Buying and Sponsorships please contact Mariane Detera at 0927-479-8167.
ARE YOU READY FOR DANCE4LIFE SEASON 3??? This is the PHILIPPINES BIGGEST CHARITY DANCE COMPETITION.
We are back for a BIGGER, BETTER and BOLDER DANCE4LIFE PHILIPPINES SEASON 3!!!! This is the BATTLE OF THE YEAR you don’t wanna miss. Because we are taking you into a JOURNEY you will never forget. This season we are giving you an experience of a lifetime that will forever change your life!!!!
FIND OUT HOW AND REGISTER NOW!!!
For additional info and interested parties, you may contact the ff: Abby – 0917 629 2521 Jamie – 09174620290
THIS ISN’T JUST A DANCE BATTLE… THIS IS….
DANCE4LIFE PHILIPPINES SEASON 3!!!
Share the good news! It’s time to once MAKE OUR EVERY MOVE COUNT. Join us and start MAKING A DIFFERENCE!!!
Pledge your loyalty.
We change. We adapt. We overcome.
Dec 7, 2013
Dance Dance Asia
– Crossing the Movements –
Start the year grooving to the cool moves of Japanese street dance groups with free shows on January 17 and 18 at the RCBC Plaza.
Street dance—including not only hip-hop but a variety of genres such as jazz dance and contemporary dance—is at the forefront of Dance Dance Asia, a long-term project by the Japan Foundation Asia Center that promotes exchange and collaboration among street dance groups in ASEAN countries. For 2015, its debut year, the event is dubbed Dance Dance Asia – Crossing the Movements.
The project kicks off in the Philippines with the Japan Foundation, Manila welcoming three Japanese street dance groups: s**t kingz, Tokyo Gegegay and TAPDANCERIZE. The groups will render show-stopping performances at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium in RCBC Plaza, Makati City on January 17 (Saturday) at 7:30 p.m. and January 18 (Sunday) at 3 p.m. Both shows are open to the public and free, but pre-event registration is required.
s**t kingz was formed in October 2007 and rose to fame after winning two years in a row in “Body Rock” dance contest in California. They are known for their stylish and attractive formations and performances, which have brought them a cult following in the global street dance scene.
Tokyo Gegegay is led by MICKEY. The group was formed in order to compete in the 5th season of “Dance@Hero”, a dance contest in Japan, whose top plum they ended up bagging. Through performances that display a deep storyline and unique world view, the group entertains and wows fans.
TAPDANCERIZE features three members: Yuri Uragami, Gunjo and Satomi Toma. Based on a rhythm-and-tap dance style originally from black folk culture, the group’s backbone is inspired by ballet, jazz dance, break dance, and soul dance. Their “dancing percussionist” style can’t be fully summed up in just one genre.
Prior to the shows, the groups will also conduct free dance workshops on January 15 (Thursday) and January 16 (Friday) at the Steps Dance Studio in Makati City. Each group will hold one workshop session per day. Participants strictly need to have sufficient experience or advanced skills in street dance or contemporary dance.
Dance Dance Asia – Crossing the Movements is also made possible with planning and production by PARCO Co., Ltd; and production assistance by Last Train Getter Co., Ltd.
Check out www.jfmo.org.ph for the videos, workshop schedules and registration details. Send a message to email@example.com or call 02 811-6155 to 58 for inquiries.