How do i live dance mix

LeAnn Rimes – How Do I Live (Dance Mix) (1998, CD)

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1How Do I Live (Mr Mig Remix) (Dance Radio Edit)

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Remix – Mr Mig*

2How Do I Live (Mr Mig Remix) (Club Radio Edit)

Remix – Mr Mig*

Remix – Mr Mig*

3How Do I Live (RH Factor Radio Edit)

Remix – Michael Hacker, Michael Rosenman, RH Factor

Remix – Michael Hacker, Michael Rosenman, RH Factor

4How Do I Live (Mr Mig Remix) (Club Mix)

Remix – Mr Mig*

Remix – Mr Mig*

5How Do I Live (Original Extended Mix)4:56
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Why Can't We Live Together (Dance Mix) by Mary Hubert ? on Beatport




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  • Length 5:33
  • Released 1990-02-08
  • BPM 118
  • Key D min
  • Genre Dance / Electro Pop
  • Label Energy Production
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Polina Nikolaeva – Zeffir Studio

Polina instills in her students love and interest in modern dance culture, helps them discover their inner potential and find their unique style of performance, choreographs numbers for the annual reporting concerts held at the Zeffir studio, and also prepares their students to competitions and competitions.

“The main thing in teaching for me is the opportunity to share my knowledge, enjoy the training process and observe the progress of my students.”

Polina's dance history began with acrobatic rock and roll when she was only 5 years old. After 2 years, she became interested in modern dance styles, and for 8 years she developed in parallel in different styles.

“At the age of 15, I realized that I wanted to seriously immerse myself in the dance world and reach a professional level. Since then, I have become even more actively develop in my favorite business.”

At the moment, Polina is studying at the Russian State Pedagogical University. A.I. Herzen and at the same time improves her dancing and teaching skills. Her main dance styles are dancehall and jazz-funk.

“These styles help me develop, learn to perceive music more deeply and express the same feelings and emotions in completely different ways.”

Polina performed in the Guacomole team led by Marina Krasilnikova, was a member of the Ghetto freak and CandyFloss dance groups led by Daria Ruzanova, and was also a member of the Why not? under the direction of Yulia Volkova.


➢ multiple winner of all-Russian competitions in pair and solo categories in acrobatic rock and roll;

➢ winner and prize-winner of all-Russian and international championships such as UDO, Just Dance, Project 818, Fame your choreo, Volga champ, World of dance, Moving star, May party, Go dance, Love your dance, Samson, Dance of Europe , Show me what you got and others as part of the Guacamole, Ghetto freak, Why not?, CandyFloss teams;

➢ participant of the television show “Dance Revolution” on Channel 1 as part of the “CandyFloss” team led by Daria Ruzanova;

➢ participant of TV programs with stars of Russian and foreign show business, such as “Fresh 2020” and “Adults and Children”;

➢ choreographer of the children's camp "Land of Heroes" (Bulgaria, 2018), children's English camp "Baltic School" (Finland, 2019), children's camp "Matrix" and "The Fifth Element" (Bulgaria, 2019 .).

Polina is currently studying with such teachers as Daria Ruzanova, Anna Yashina, Yulia Volkova, Timofey Pendik, Chris Brown and Max Kozlov. In addition, Polina constantly attends various dance master classes with top teachers, among which are the following: Parris Gloebel and other members of the Royal Family team, Alisa Dotsenko, Vitaly Savchenko, Anton Panufnik, Mikhail Evgrafov, Ilshat Shabaev, Victoria and Anastasia Mikhailets, Yuliana Buholts, Maxim Nesterovich, Anna Tikhaya, Alexei Korolev, Ira Krasnaya, Adam, Yulia Samoylenko, Ilya Klenin, Mitya Staev, Nikita Orlov, Boris Shipulin, Anna Pandora, Max Kuznetsov, Sonya Tsvetkova, Vitaly Klimenko, Anastasia Anderson, Dez Soliven and others

When I dance, I live, — Krasnodar choreographer Ekaterina Papanova

On the stage, a seductive burning beauty, and at home a caring wife and a good mother. How do two hypostases fit in a woman, the main thing is why a hobby must become a profession? The head of the dance school "Just Dance" Ekaterina Papanova told "Krasnodar Notebook" about the lifestyle, the concert group and the family. Heading "Faces of the City".

- How did you get into dancing?

- I have been dancing since childhood, my parents brought me to a music school, but the piano did not work out. But in dancing they noticed me.

- Do you remember the music you danced to for the first time?

- I don’t remember the music, but there was something classical or folk.

- What style are you dancing in now?

- Direction of Jazz Funk, in general I like to mix styles, choreograph using various elements and movements from hip-hop, vogue, dancehall and others. I like to convey the track and musical accents through the dance pattern of movement. For me, the main thing is that my choreography should be musical!

- What emotions do you experience from dancing?

- Dance is the rhythm of my life. This is a bright, fascinating process. Emotions are always different, depending on the number, mood, music. In dance, I can be different, any one you want. Therefore, the dance videos that we shoot are diverse, colored with their own idea, their own mood. My students and I think over the images, costumes, hairstyles, make-up, scenery, locations and shooting locations in advance - this is a rather complicated, but very exciting process.

- Is dancing a profession or a hobby for you?

- Dancing is my hobby, which has grown into my favorite work.

- What was the most beautiful moment you lived on the floor?

- Perhaps, when my team and I danced in the very center of Shanghai, near the TV Tower. I dream of doing it again.

- Is dancing a sport or an art? Do you have an opinion on this?

- For me personally, this is two in one - art, because I express myself, I embody my creative ideas; and sports - I am in excellent physical shape, although I am not a professional athlete.

- Do you think it matters if you start as a child or adults can also learn to dance like professionals?

- Of course, it is better to start from an early age, the body is more flexible, children are less emotionally constrained. The main thing is not to overdo it and not let them burn out. As for the older age, I want to say that I raised many students who came to me without dancing experience, and then reached a very good level, but what is important here is determination and the desire to work on themselves.

- Have you ever thought about quitting dancing?

- When I gave birth to a son, there were fears whether I could do everything with a child. She returned to work three months later. My husband was very supportive while I was dancing, he was walking with his son.

- Do relatives come to concerts?

- My husband is a photographer and he shoots all my concerts. My son is my favorite spectator and active participant in my dance life. At the age of two, he made his debut in our video.

- Tell us about your band?

- I lead several concert groups: Lady Style Pro, Dance Mix and Profikov. The most talented, diligent, guys close to me dance in the Profis. We not only perform at events with them, but also relax together, celebrate birthdays and holidays, learn something new from each other. This is my dance family.

- Do you create a dance in order to sell it later?

- Creativity is such, it is not always for sale. But there are also dance numbers for commerce. Everything in its style - customers like it.

- What level do you want to reach in the future, doing dancing?

- I do not set limits for myself, I try to develop, go to master classes.

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