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The San Pedro Dance Academy brings a ‘Tropical Christmas’ to the island

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The San Pedro dance Academy once again ushered in the Christmas spirit with their annual end-of-year Christmas show.

tropical-christmas-dance-academy-show-27Titled “Tropical Christmas”, the event took place on Sunday, December 4th at 7PM at the San Pedro Lions den. The annual performance serves as a fundraiser to support the Dance Academy, which has been in existence for 16 years.

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Attendees were delighted by the variety of creative dance routines, each one demonstrating the talent and skills of the group members.

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Participants included beginners, intermediate beginners-advanced and seniors. Elaborate theme costumes shone onstage during each dance, the well-executed choreography showcasing a variety of rhythms, from modern contemporary to classic ballet and traditional folklore.

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A stirring performance titled ‘El Santa Negro’ was done in honor of the late Rosita Baltazar.

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Baltazar was a talented dance instructor who greatly contributed to the development of the San Pedro dance academy. She sadly passed away after a battle with cancer, but her memory lives on in the various students whose lives she touched.

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The San Pedro Dance Academy would like to thank all their students and parents who made this year’s event possible.

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They also thank everyone who attended the show, and all the sponsors that have continuously supported the Academy throughout their 16 years of performances and practice.

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