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  BBC Online - Eurovision Young Dancers 2001
Dawid Kupinski and Marcin Kupinski from Poland won the Eurovision Young Dancers 2001 competition in London on Saturday 23rd June.
The Eurovision Young Dancers is a European dance competition that attracts some of Europe's finest and most talented modern and classical dancers.
The competition was established by the European Broadcasting Union in 1985 as a partner to its other flagship youth competition, Eurovision Young Musicians.
www.bbc.co.uk /youngdancers/index.shtml   (157 words)

 Telewizja Polska S.A. - KULTURA - MUZYKA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Eurovision Young Dancers, a dance competition which brings together some of Europe’s finest and most talented modern and classical young dancers, has an illustrious history, stretching back some 16 years.
The first competition was held in Reggio Emilia, Italy, in 1985, and won by the 15-years-old Spanish dancer Arantxa Agüelles.
For the last 20 years, the Eurovision competitions have encouraged the finest young dancers in Europe to reach their full potential before their peers and a television audience of millions.
tvp.pl /4349,20050601210704.strona   (560 words)

 Eurovision Young Dancers 2003
Dancers from ten countries have made it through to the Final of the Eurovision Young Dancers 2003 that will be held in Amsterdam on 4 July.
The dancers, two couples and eight solo artists, competing for the title of Eurovision Young Dancers in contemporary and classical dance will perform live for European television.
The jury chose dancers from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Latvia, the Netherlands, the Ukraine, Sweden, Romania, and Switzerland. 
www.ebu.ch /news/press_archive/press_breves_145_Edancers_semi_final.php   (379 words)

 Eurovision Young Dancers 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In 2000, Tiina was a finalist in the Scandinavian ballet competition in Mora.
In 2001 she participated in the Prix de Lausanne ballet competition, and in the same year she made it to the semi-final in the ITI International Ballet Competition in Helsinki.
NATALIA MAKAROVA was born in Leningrad in 1940.
www.youngdancers.tv /dancers/finnland.htm   (369 words)

 eurovisionblog.com » Eurovision Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
It’s been a long while since a ballad actually won Eurovision, but this could well be the one to break the stranglehold that uptempo numbers have had on the contest of late, since it’s big, gutsy and powerful enough to avoid much of the drippiness that often accompanies the slower contenders.
She and her dancers certainly put a lot of energy into the performance – with lots of frantic dancing both in the national final and the preview video – but ultimately it’s all a big waste of time.
Ron’s Eurovision is a fan’s dream – not only is packed full of Eurovision info, history, pictures and other fascinating facts, but for £10 a month you can have access to the site’s MP3 database, where you can indeed download and listen to every song that’s ever set foot on a Eurovision stage.
www.eurovisionblog.com /index.php?cat=2   (14786 words)

 ::::: EUROVISION SONG CONTEST 2005 on STAR RADIO ::::: Listen Online to all the Eurovision songs on STAR RADIO
The Eurovision Song Contest, which has a great tradition and heritage going back to 1956, is one of the very few truly pan-European television programmes and is watched by up to 100 million people every year.
In 2002 Constantinos was again in the Eurovision Song Contest in Tallinn, Estonia, as the leader singer of ONE representing Cyprus with the song ‘Gimme’ and reaching the 6th place.
She was an actress, singer and dancer in the play ‘Cabaret Carioca’, 2003 and competed in the TV song contest ÍDOLOS (Pop Idols), shown on SIC, and was one of the finalists.
www.star-radio.net /eurovision2005.htm   (7155 words)

 Eurovision Young Dancers 2003
On Friday 4 July, NPS will broadcast live from the Stadsschouwburg Theatre in Amsterdam the Eurovision Young Dancers competition that brings together some of Europe's finest dancing talents in one TV programme.
In this year's competition, 29 June-4 July, 19 dancers will participate in the final of the contest.
The dancers will be from: Armenia, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Great Britain, Greece, Latvia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland (TSR), and Ukraine.
www.ebu.ch /news/press_archive/press_breves_145_Eurovisiondancers.php   (112 words)

 Jeff Harvey - Disc Jockey, Emcee, Musician   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Born October 26, 1961, Jeffrey James Harvey is a native Floridian and came to the Philadelphia area in 1985.
An experienced lead vocalist for numerous bands and professional groups, he is also an accomplished percussionist, saxophonist & producer, and has lent his talents to many different projects in the recording studio as both musician and producer.
As a child, Jeffrey's interest in music was obvious to his family and he began studying a variety of instruments at a young age.
www.jeff-harvey.com /bio.htm   (1005 words)

 Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 1999 SEM Annual Meeting
While the sated purpose and focus is the training of children and adults in the techniques of traditional solo competitive step-dance, the school also instills a sense of Irish identity and pride in that identity among the students.
The judges for the competition were forced to confront the issue of evaluating a musical tradition in the face of modernity and change.
The Eurovision, which offers a unique opportunity for an immediate identification of singer and nation, serves as my point of departure to a more extensive examination of the varied political and sexual subversions of Dana's interventions in nationalist discourse.
www.ethnomusicology.org /programs/abstracts_99.html   (19217 words)

 Symposium on Information Technologies in the Media and Entertainment Industries: Their Impact on Employment, Working ...
Alméras (Worker member, France) spoke on behalf of actors, dancers and other performers affected by new practices in their profession, for example 3D imaging, where performers were used to create movements for future cartoon images.
Competition, competitiveness and productivity had to be based on training and good working conditions, not on exploitation.
Musicians, actors, dancers, composers and authors would much prefer statistics on payments they had themselves forfeited as a result of piracy, rather than the meaningless billions of dollars cited as the cost of piracy on software, audiovisual works, and other media and entertainment industries.
www.ilo.org /public/english/dialogue/sector/techmeet/smei00/smein.htm   (17872 words)

It also is the main source of inspiration for the author of the project as different world ethnos, cultures, religions and languages beautifully are in harmony among themselves, supplementing, and enriching each other in uniform musical space of each creation.
The troupe was arranged from musicians of the "Attraction", stunt men and dancers.
The musical material is executed in modern stylistics that has allowed the author to draw attention of young generation to the Word of ours Christ.
cdbaby.com /cd/shkuratov   (631 words)

 Telewizja Polska S.A. - KULTURA - MUZYKA
The Eurovision Young Dancers competition has often served as a springboard for young dancers’ careers.
The competition’s aim is to play a key role in the patronage and development of young talent in the arts and bring the best dancers to international attention before the widest possible TV audience.
Many of the past winners of the competition have gone on to illustrious careers as international artists in their own right.
ww2.tvp.pl /4349,20050601210717.strona   (234 words)

 Broadmining: 1985&t=   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
For the song by Bowling for Soup, see 1985 (song).
Grammys awarded in 1985 Record of the Year: "What's Love Got to Do With It," Tina Turner...
A established Charitable organization in Sri Lanka from 1985
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 scrubbles.net: Gruesome Archives
Jazz singer Marlena Shaw took lots of flak for succumbing to the disco bug, but her commanding prescence on “Touch Me In The Morning” revealed that she carried much more authority than the typical dance dolly.
Though Carter was only a preteen at the time, he’d had a couple of Broadway musicals on his resume and belts out the number as if trying to reach the folks in the cheap seats.
Amidst all the hubbub, it’s easy to forget that Eurovision has produced some catchy, kick-ass songs over its fifty year history — all under three and a half minutes in length.
www.scrubbles.net /sjrarchives/gruesome   (3026 words)

 Outpost Gallifrey: Doctor Who News Archives
The series is proving to be incredibly popular with audiences and has continued to outperform strong competition from its competitors week on week.
And the first on their list of communities to exterminate this summer was the normally quiet and picturesque village of West Lavington in the heart of Wiltshire.
Davies's two highly-regarded children's fantasy serials, 1991's Dark Season and 1993's Century Falls are due to be released on Region 2 DVD in the UK by 2entertain Ltd on July 17.
www.gallifreyone.com /news-archives.php?id=5-2006   (16252 words)

 ELECTIONS IN ITALY Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Berlusconi lashed out again following protests against him in Genoa, warning that his opponents were allied with radical forces who put Italy "in a situation of democratic emergency." Mind you, his opponents haven't lacked for vitriol.
premium content your letter to the editor GUGLIELMO DE' MICHELI for TIME CONTEMPORARY Salvatore Lacagnina convinced Syracuse officials to open Sicily's first public gallery for contemporary art SPECIAL REPORT The Fading Future Of Italy's Young Reverence for the past is stifling the present.
Fast-forward to Italy 2006, and the image of the precocious apprentice has been replaced by a humbler figure: the underemployed 30-something despondent about the present, let alone the future.
www.webalice.it /design_2000/Elections_in_Italy.html   (994 words)

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