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VICTOR SMALLEY is still looking for a couple of studios to teach at in the Bay Area -- San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose -- call our office ASAP at (305) 227-9190 or email [email protected] book us!Angel’s choreography is in high demand by local Miami TV shows, South Florida Magnet Schools, concerts and artists.In 2004, he was named “Top Jazz Choreographer” by the National Dance Alliance and top “Lyrical Choreographer in 2005.” Under his direction, Stars Dance Studio has won many regional and national competitions and his dancers often win multiple titles at competitions throughout the U. Victor and Angel both pride themselves on being a part of the “new” generation of dancers and they recently co-founded the nonprofit organization Stars for Artists, with the mission of raising funds for children of all ages to achieve their dance dreams in South Florida.The first and second team member must sell five tickets each, but the third child will only have to sell two tickets.If tickets are not returned, accounts will be charged for ALL 10 tickets that were given out.In the first episode, coaches Victor and Angel kick off the dance season with a jazz number, but Angel is stuck doing all the work when Victor gets sick.
Angel was born in Sagua La Grande, Villa Clara, Cuba, and moved to the United States in 1995 when he was eleven.
All ticket sales are cash or check ONLY, NO Credit Cards please. If tickets are lost or stolen it is your responsibility for the cost of the tickets.
Many Team members still owe for Competition Costumes that have been given out.
Have an open spot available next weekend in the metro NYC area - Studios in Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, Westchester County, Albany, and Northern Jersey call 978-273-7475 to inquire about a master class program!!
Going to be in the Raleigh, NC area January 31st and February 1st for master classes and I can come to YOUR STUDIO.
Victor Smalley with students Sammy Small (standing) and Hannah Epstein ...