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EBU TV dance competition


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#1 Pamela Moberg

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Posted 28 June 2011 - 03:15 PM

The European Broadcasting Union competition for young dancers was held in Oslo and to me it was a great disappointment.
I didnt even bother to save it on DVD.
The format had changed completely - it was almost totally modern, one pair of point shoes in sight during the whole evening.
However, the winner was Daniel Sarr, 19, a Norwegian, and deservedly so. He was good :clapping: . The Ballet Boyz were in the jury and they offered him a job on the spot in their company. Well done, Daniel!
Did anybody else watch this?

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 09:57 PM

The European Broadcasting Union competition for young dancers was held in Oslo and to me it was a great disappointment.
I didnt even bother to save it on DVD.
The format had changed completely - it was almost totally modern, one pair of point shoes in sight during the whole evening.
However, the winner was Daniel Sarr, 19, a Norwegian, and deservedly so. He was good :clapping: . The Ballet Boyz were in the jury and they offered him a job on the spot in their company. Well done, Daniel!
Did anybody else watch this?


Could not find film of Daniel Sarr's winning performance, but found a series of videos about the man himself.

http://www.nrk.no/so...deo Daniel Sarr


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