Buffalo, NY, December 16, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Following the success of the 2009 STORM Dance Clinic, local choreographer Tommy Radon announces STORM’s first 2010 fundraiser, which he promises will be bigger and better than this year’s event. “Dancing for a Dream” will be held on January 16, 2010 at the Adam’s Mark Hotel, 120 Church Street, Buffalo, NY. The goal is to raise $40,000 with all proceeds benefiting the Variety Club of Buffalo.
From 9:00am to 6:00pm, there will be a series of twelve 45-minute dance workshops in styles comprising Ballet, Ballroom, Belly Dancing, Break Dancing, Hip-Hop, Jazz and Lyrical Jazz. Each class will be taught by professional instructors who hold some of the most prestigious titles in the world of dance. Andrei and Anastasia Abrashin, from the Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Williamsville, NY, are three time US Nine Dance Champions and Theatrical Arts Champions. Vladimir and Vera Kosarev, from the same studio, are US National Fred Astaire Smooth Champions.
Local instructors will be joined by Anna Trebunskaya, whose titles include 2004 US Rising Star Latin Champion and 2008 US National Dancesport Latin Finalist. Anna is also one of the professional instructors on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars”. She will be teaching two Master Classes at “Dancing for a Dream” and, for an additional fee, is also available for private lessons during the day.
Tommy hopes to sell over 1,000 tickets for the event, which runs from 9:00am to Midnight and includes a Professional Dance Show at 8:30pm followed by general dancing. “This is a great opportunity for the dance community of Buffalo to donate to those less fortunate while learning from some of the best in the business”, says Tommy. “Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience and ability. You can join in every workshop or just come to watch but, once you see what’s happening, it will be hard to sit still.”
An all-day pass to the event, which includes all workshops and the evening entertainment, is $40. Reservations can be made at www.stormbuffalo.com or by phone at 716-310-8027.
About Tommy Radon and STORM:
As well as choreographing and teaching across the country, Tommy has earned the titles of Top World Instructor (Arthur Murray Dance Studios) and Top US Instructor (Fred Astaire Dance Studios). He is a judge at the Miss World pageants and a moderator for Miss Teen WNY. Tommy is involved in many community events within Western New York including performances at the Blue Moon Gala hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association and participating in the African Culture Society’s Jambalaya Program (for children aged 8 to 13 years).
STORM is a registered 501(c)(3) organization set up with the objective of raising funds for local charities through dance-based events.