Posts Tagged ‘Inessa Strelnikova’
Mondays at 8-9 PM from September 17, 2012
Social Style Group Class is a good choice for those who are interested in becoming a comfortable dancer, able to dance to a variety of music, confident in any occasion, such as dance party, night club or a grand ball. Enjoy 60 minutes of learning and practicing to the music. Drop in $16/person per class Package $130/person per 10 classes. 7883 Keele St. (at Hwy 7),Concord, Ballroom “B” . Instructor: Inessa Strelnikova
or contact us : 416 221 3881 firstname.lastname@example.org
Each month we introduce two of these popular Social Dances: Salsa, Cha Cha, Merengue, Rumba, Bachata, Samba. We teach you steps that are fun and easy to learn Come with or without partner. GROUP SPECIAL: You will receive two complimentary group classes if your friend enrolls on our 10 lessons group package – $130/person/10 classes
Watch our student Mark dance with his instructor Inessa below at the Winter Show case
On June 8, 2008 Stanislav and Inessa, as his non-competing partner, tried out for the first Canadian version of “So You Think You Can Dance.” The judges were so impressed by Stas’ dancing and personality that they gave him a pass straight to the Toronto finals!
Inessa and Stas waiting behind Mary Murphy and Luther Brown
for their audition at So You Think You Can Dance Canada 2008
Stanislav Kochergin behind Luther Brown and Tre Armstrong
(top right) at So You Think You Can Dance Canada 2008
Despite the excitement and encouragement of many of his students, Stas decided he could not continue with the competition. The finalist competitors were required to stay in a hotel away from their friends and family for several months so that they would not divulge the results too early by accident. After much deliberation and after many phone calls from the show producers, Stas decided that his commitments to his students were of higher priority.
“I couldn’t sleep for a week!” he declared. Nevertheless he feels he made the right decision and wishes the remaining competitors the best of luck.
Over 2500 of Canada’s best dancers tried out for the show. Only 200 were chosen to participate in the finals in Toronto.