You’ve Got To Move Ballroom Edition: 10TEN10 You’ve Got to Move: Ballroom Edition For Youths By Youths! Youth Got To Move aims to expose the public to Standard and Latin Ballroom dancing, especially YOUTHS! This event also seeks to benefit the public through appreciating ballroom dancing as an art Continue Reading
every dancer counts Super 24, also known as S24, one of the most anticipated annual dance competitions by dancers of all genres returns this year with a special feature of ballroom dancing. The S24, known for its unique and specific requirements of dancing in a 8 by 8 metre square Continue Reading
Back from their first blackpool competition as a dance couple, Nicholas and Lindsey have much to share on this whirlwind of an experience. Read more!
If you ask any ballroom dancer who’s their favourite Singaporean ballroom photographer, more often than not, you’d expect to hear the name ‘Uncle Bernard’ popping up frequently.
So we questioned, what exactly does it takes to achieve these brilliant photos? We managed to get Uncle Bernard to spill the beans over some Strawberry Oolong Tea and Black Coffee at The Populus, Outram Park.
Thank you for your support for the YGTM 2018: You’ve Got To Move Ballroom Edition Photos on our Facebook Page Album: https://www.facebook.com/pg/dancesportsingapore/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1695902123870636 You’ve Got to Move: Ballroom Edition For Youths By Youths! Youth Got To Move aims to expose the public to Standard and Latin Ballroom dancing, especially YOUTHS! This event Continue Reading
Jovan Tan and Yang Jiamin does Singapore proud by clinching top 85 and 100 positions in the Standard Ballroom Amateur Rising Star and Amateur Open respectively in the British Open 2018. A first-time for Singapore and Singaporeans. Jiamin: The results were unexpected, because we didn’t think we would have made it (thus far)… [Read more]
With so much in the air about where one of Singapore’s youngest up-and-coming Amateur Latin ballroom dancer is heading to and the reasons behind this move, we thought, what better way to find out than to ask the young man himself!