JAZZ x 3 DVD with Bob Rizzo, Gregg Russell & Rhonda MillerStyle No: BRRBP63DVD
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|This unique 90-minute, double length DVD is jam-packed with Jazz combinations and short routines designed for class and for use in choreography. Renowned instructors Rhonda Miller, Gregg Russell and Bob Rizzo each take you through turns, jumps, kicks, floor work and more! From Bob's Broadway jazz approach, to Rhonda's contemporary edgy style, to Gregg's high energy athletic style there's something for everyone. These combinations and routines are designed for the intermediate level dancer, but many of the progressions are also demonstrated for beginner and advanced. Gregg Russell is an Emmy nominated choreographer, who's credits include commercials for Carvel Ice Cream and choreographer for the CBS soap opera Bold and the Beautiful. Gregg was also a guest performer and choreographer on the Disney show Even Stevens and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Movie credits include Newsies, Cats Don't Dance and Clueless, and as a guest on the show 3rd Rock from the Sun. Gregg currently teaches at Edge Performing Arts in Hollywood. Rhonda Miller's inventive and contemporary choreography has been featured in commercials, industrials, video and on stage for such Fortune 500 companies as Chrysler, Exxon, Warner Brothers, Toys 'R Us, and Disney. TV credits include commercials for 1-800-Ask USPS, Uncle Wally's General Store and episodes of It's Garry Shandling's Show, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless. Bob Rizzo has taught dance for the undergraduate program at New York University, Broadway Dance Center and at STEPS on Broadway. You've seen his dances in commercials for Levi's 501 Jeans, Kellogg's Pop Tarts and Teddy Grahams. He also holds the distinction as choreographer for three New York City based soap operas: As The World Turns, All My Children and The Guiding Light. 90 mins. (2007) DVD-All-Region.|
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