A VALENCIA Dance academy celebrated its second birthday last week after being shortlisted for the internationally prestigious Worldwide Dance School of the Year Awards.

Cameron Hall, the owner of Baila con Cameron, is a professional dancer and choreographer from Skegness on the east coast of England, he moved to Valencia 2 years ago. He has performed in musicals such as Chicago and Mamma Mia, as well as in many pantomimes and on cruises. 

Along with dance classes, the academy also offers students support, discipline and team building skills.  

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown just how important dance teachers are to their students, and as classes everywhere moved online, and teachers took to technology to help support their students mental and physical well-being by offering not only dance classes online but also moral support while the world sat at home during lockdown. 

The award finalists have just been announced, and Valencia’s Baila con Cameron are among the schools that have been shortlisted. 

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PHOTO: Baila con Cameron

The Dance School Of The Year Awards was founded by Anne Walker MBE in 2013, as a means of celebrating the achievements of dance schools and their dancers across the world.  

This year the awards saw the greatest ever number of entries overall that represent schools of all sizes, as well as genres as diverse as ballet, hip-hop, contemporary and ballroom. 

Submissions for the awards come from across the world, from across the UK and Europe to Canada, Ireland, The United States, Bahrain, Malaysia, Finland, India and Australia.

The award finalists have just been announced, and Valencia’s Baila con Cameron are among the schools that have been shortlisted. 

As well as crowning an overall winner, the show will also award bronze, silver and gold winners in each respective category. Valencia’s Baila con Cameron won Silver at these awards last year and hopes to take home gold this year.

The black-tie Worldwide Dance School of the Year Awards ceremony will be held on Friday October 29, in Sandy Park, Exeter, Devon.

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