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Kharkiv graduates dance a waltz on the ruins of their school
10 graduates of the Kharkiv №134 school danced a waltz on the ruins of their school.
Performers take to the streets for Madrid's flamenco festival
Flamenco dancers are emerging from indoor venues into the bright Madrid sunshine for the 6th edition of the city's flamenco festival. Restricted during the pandemic, organisers want to bring the art form onto the streets and closer to the people.
Azerbaijan: Shusha welcomes the 5th International Folklore Festival
On Thursday, May 12, the 5th International Folklore Festival, also called 'Kharibulbul', kicked off in Shusha, the cultural capital of Azerbaijan.
From the favelas to the Olympics: the Brazilian breakdancer determined to make her country proud
"I don't think of anything when I dance, nothing. It's a moment when I turn off my mind and stop thinking about absolutely everything, problems, everything".
Dancers flee war in Ukraine and join Spain's National Dance Company
Several Ukrainian ballet professionals are now part of Spain's National Dance Company after leaving Ukraine because of the Russian invasion.
Woman who lost legs in landmine blast has first dance with new husband
Balandina, a 23-year-old nurse, lost both her legs after a landmine exploded near her in eastern Ukraine on 27 March.
Rio's carnival fights against racism
Rio de Janeiro's carnival, a glittering, sequin-studded festival of the flesh, exploded back to life Friday with the first famed samba school parades since Covid-19 hit Brazil.
Brazil holds first carnival since Covid
Rio de Janeiro holds the first carnival since Covid-19 hit Brazil.
St. George's Day: Morris dance tradition finds a new female rhythm
A revival of English cultural heritage traditions after WWII saw Morris dancing's popularity reach a peak in the 1960 -- and it's gaining new fans in the 21st century.
Singin' in the Rain is 70: how the musical's legacy endures
To celebrate the anniversary of the classic Gene Kelly musical, we speak to the actor taking on Kathy in the current stage adaption.
Kyiv City Ballet find safe haven in French capital
One of the dancers will be headed to the Ukrainian border in the coming days to pick up her young daughter who was accompanied out of the country.
Kaunas marks the start of its programme as Capital of Culture 2022
Around 40,000 spectators attended the event, despite freezing temperatures.
Why are these Australian dancers performing on a melting iceberg?
Dancing on ice just got serious
Traditional Azerbaijani dance lies at the heart of the Azeri culture
Performing around the world the Azerbaijan State Dance Ensemble displays traditional athletic and intricate dance moves, dancing on toes and balancing glasses of syrup on their palms
Whirling Dervishes: inside the mystic ceremony of Jalaladdin Rumi
This centuries-old tradition has survived many iterations of the Turkish state and celebrates the 'union with God' of Sufi mystic Jalaladdin Rumi.
Congolese rumba dances into UNESCO's cultural heritage list
The Democratic Republic of Congo has delighted in the addition of its traditional dance to the United Nations' cultural summit's list of intangible cultural heritage list, made for expressions, knowledge, and skills.
The ballet dancer inspiring children living in Kenya’s slum
"Everybody deserves the right to dance. Everybody deserves the right to be who they are. Ballet was made for the elite because it needed to divide people, but dance is something that is meant to unite."
All aboard the 'Samba Train' for the first time since COVID
Samba groups performed on a train filled with passengers Saturday as doubts are raised about the return of Rio De Janeiro's famous carnival due to the emergence of the omicron variant.
Mexico's iconic Los Angeles dance hall reopens
Mexico City's iconic Los Angeles dance hall reopens after the easing of Covid-19 related restrictions. Revellers return to the dancefloor to the sound of mambo.
Breakdancing opera singer makes Met Opera debut
Jakub Józef Orliński will be featured in the new opera "Eurydice" by young composer Matthew Aucoin which is set to premiere Tuesday, Nov. 23.
Dancers come to life as Flamenco Day reminds Spain of its traditions
Flamenco dancing has long been a symbol of Spanish identity. Each year, people gather to recognise the day UNESCO recognised it as part of the country's heritage.
Rockettes rehearse for live Christmas show
The Radio City Rockettes dancers are busy rehearsing for their Christmas show in New York, which returns this year after being canceled last year due to the pandemic
Two Argentine couples win 2021 Buenos Aires Tango World Cup
At the International Tango Festival and World Cup in Buenos Aires, two Argentine couples won the titles in the stage and floor categories.
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Meet the Indian choreographer who aims to 'transform lives' via dance
Famous dancer and choreographer, Anup Bhardwaj, discusses his life and love of dancing and what he's looking to do in the future.
French nightclubs will reopen on July 9, but you'll need a health pass
Revellers will need a health pass attesting they have either been fully vaccinated, have been tested over the previous 72 hours or have recovered from COVID-19, to bust their moves on the dancefloor.
French electro star Rone brings his musical to Lyon arts festival
French electronic music star Rone has been talking to Euronews about a musical he's created that tackles difficult themes like climate change and sexual violence.