As some of you may know, we are extremely dedicated with providing you the best possible dance experience. At A Step in Time, we offer a well rounded dance education for all ages with a mix of combination classes as well as graded levels of jazz, tap and ballet. Located in Calabasas, our dance studio has trained students who have been accepted to major programs like the American Ballet Theatre, Boston Ballet, as well as the Julliard School.Our students have also performed at some of the most amazing venues and events. The list includes The Sydney Olympics, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Disneyland and many others.
To see more of the work our students have presented, you can visit our website http://www.astepintimedance.com. There you can also find our schedule as well as our tuition rates. We also thought you guys might want to check out our girls’ Rockettes pre-show performance! Let us know what you guys think!
Jungle has graced us with the opportunity to meet six-year-old B-Girl Terra, and she is amazing. She single-handedly stars in the music video and captures your attention from the very first second. Watch her perform for the camera and land some moves that even older B-Boys and B-Girls can’t. She is on our recruit list along with little Ellen star, Heaven!
We recently just watched a 3D documentary on contemporary dance choreographer Pina Bausch and were completely blown out the water! “Pina” has received stellar reviews, some who named it the best use of 3D since “Avatar.” And as you can imagine, we liked this a lot better than “Avatar…”
“Pina” has been in the makings for 20 years, and after years of labor and conceptualizing it has finally come to life. The documentary is able to capture how Pina saw things through different eyes and choreographed movements human body didn’t seem capable of doing. Her passion towards the art really shows off in German director Wim Wender’s product.
Unfortunately Pina was unable to see the finished product herself. She unexpectedly passed away in 2009, just two days before rehearsals for the film started. Wenders was devastated and almost ended the project, however Pina’s dancers convinced him to continue.
“Pina” is available for instant stream on Netflix, but we really recommend seeing it in 3D!