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Cologne Carnival: Dance groups in training again: But Physio has significant warning
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Cologne Carnival: Dance groups in training again: But Physio has significant warning

Cologne - Oh, how nice it is: Cologne's carnival dancers are back! At least many clubs are now starting training again. What a feeling! But: The Cologne physiotherapist Wilfried Wiltschek also knows the downsides - and therefore warns the hard-working amateur athletes.Cologne dance groups are training againPhysiotherapist warns of overzealousnessGet your body used to workload after CoronaThere are scenes that the young dancers missed at the Cologne Carnival: In compliance with the Corona requirements, they can at least meet and train outside again. Meadows, squares, football fields - many areas are currently welcome so that you can finally practice your favorite sport together again.Cologne: divide training according to CoronaPhysiotherapist Wilfried Wiltschek is someone who knows t...
This will be the ambitious and spectacular 2021-2022 season of the Teatro Real
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This will be the ambitious and spectacular 2021-2022 season of the Teatro Real

In the Royal Theatre the pandemic seems like a simple backdrop. The activity proceeds at a dizzying pace. Last Monday, at the same time that the last performance of Peter Grimes, the Madrid Coliseum was enshrined in the International Opera Awards as the best company in the world. These last days, while the details of the next production are being finished, Long live mom (from June 2 to 13), has recovered in the form of a concert Don Fernando, the Emplazado, coinciding with the 150th anniversary of its premiere. But in that bobbin lace there is also room to look to the future, to the 2021-2022 season schedule. In the words of Gregorio Marañón, the president of the Teatro Real, is going to be "one of the best artistic seasons" of the institution, with which it is intende...
Chucho Valdés, Cuban jazz dancers and the dentist’s conga
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Chucho Valdés, Cuban jazz dancers and the dentist’s conga

In Havana, anything can happen. That is known. The same thing you find in a hotel making sandwiches to a hydrocarbon extraction engineer graduated from the Baku University of Petroleum, than to a communist militant who does witchcraft with a friend drainer to “turn the world upside down” for her ex-husband and “the other,” or you run into a venerable group of jazz dancers who have been entrenched for more than half a century defending their taste for American music, including the dark times when the Jazz was frowned upon in Cuba and considered almost an enemy rhythm. Another day you have a toothache and you go to the dentist's office, and you find the pianist Chucho Valdés on the torture chair, talking animatedly to a dental technician who composes popular music in his spare time, and ...
‘Alento’: a beautiful and careful show
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‘Alento’: a beautiful and careful show

This week Madrid in Dance opens the doors of the Red Room of the Canal Theaters to show us the last, very careful, creation of the incombustible Antonio Najarro. Surrounded by talent, the choreographer gives us a cool night mixing with harmony: live music, odd lights, unique costumes and an exquisite mixture of Spanish dance. The evening begins in the sky with choral formations of men and women who dialogue through dance, always elegant, always harmonious, although in frank feminine superiority with singular arms in permanent homage to many other choreographic firmaments. From this moment on, nine planes follow one another, not all with the same force and right, to say: a duo, perhaps we can call it no two, too sugary and with some flaws in the execution, a vigorous choi...
International Dance Day
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International Dance Day

12 photos For the second consecutive year and because of the pandemic, the students of the José Uruñuela Dance Conservatory of Vitoria cannot celebrate by dancing in the streets as they did 18 years in a row until 2012. But at least this time they will be able to do it inside their classrooms, where this course they have been able to continue with their training despite the coronavirus . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
This Monday begins the VIII Nikkei Cultural Festival: free, virtual and for everyone
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This Monday begins the VIII Nikkei Cultural Festival: free, virtual and for everyone

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Jimmy Fallon Finally Gives TikTok Stars The Credit They Deserve
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Jimmy Fallon Finally Gives TikTok Stars The Credit They Deserve

TikTok stars finally got their dues on Monday’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Fallon and TikTok personality Addison Rae received backlash last month for performing dances that have gone viral on the platform without crediting those who originated the moves, many of whom are Black. Fallon addressed the controversy on his return to the air. “On our last show before our break, we did a bit with Addison Rae where she taught me eight viral TikTok dances,” Fallon said. “We recognize that the creators of those dances deserve to have their own spotlight.” The comedian then interviewed some of the creators and invited them to perform. The bit received a mixed reaction on social media. For some commenters, it was too little, too late. Others were happy at the show’s efforts t...