Congratulations to Volga Dance Academy in Atlanta and her students, Max, Made, and Sutton for passing their USISTD Silver Medal Exams.
Thanks to everyone for making this an outstanding event! We are already looking ahead to 2018. We hope to move this Congress around the country, to make it accessible to everyone, so for 2018 we are looking at the SE United States. If you have a venue you would like to make available to us […]
Trevor Luff, USISTD Examiner – Int’l Latin Congratulations to Trevor Luff for passing his Examinership assessment in London! Trevor is now officially a U.S. Examiner in International Latin. He is also a Fellow in International Standard and Latin and a Licentiate in American Smooth, American Rhythm and Theatre Arts, and has judged many competitions throughout […]
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________________________________ Izabela Jaworska organized a Medal Program at The Dance Pavilion in Michigan the weekend of October 1st and 2nd. […]
Congratulations to our member Nazar Norov and his partner Irina Kudryashova, for being the Professional Grand Champions at the 2016 Michigan Dance Challenge!
by Peter Waterson Fellow ISTD We have some rather strange names for figures in our Ballroom and Latin dance syllabi. How did these names originate? Here are two examples, the origin of which are, I think, fairly well known. THE TELEMARK: British dancers, skiing in Norway in the 1920’s, saw the “Telemark Turn”,used in skiing […]
At the 2013 New Jersey State Open, Peter Billett was acknowledged for his achievements, hard work, and devotion to the USISTD. Tonight the United States Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing honors one of its most distinguished members, Peter Billett. Peter has achieved the highest levels in every area of ballroom dance. He has placed […]
by Frank Regan The QQS timing was originally the timing of the “fast rumba” aka the Guaracha,resulting on the emphasis being on “3”. The SQQ timing was used in the son rumba and also in the Beguine “RHUMBA” ( note the different spelling) causing the break to be on “3” . When Son Patterns were […]