• November 19, 2012
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Niemyćko and modern dance

© DELFI (T.Vinicko nuotr.)

A fierce battle took place at the dance floor of the show “Kviečių šokti” (“Let’s dance”), since the theme of this show’s edition was “the battle without rules.”

As always, the innovative ideas for the performance abounded. The pairs danced in the variety of styles, such as hip-hop, lambada, modern ballet and even on stilts.

Katarzyna Niemyćko and Dainius Dimša danced in the modern style. They hit the mark and scored the maximum points from the judges.

The professional dancer, Edita Daniutė, said: “With her performance, Katarzyna proved that it is possible to learn how to dance in a short period of time.”

The additional judge, Vytenis Pauliukaitis, awarded the points as follows: 1 for Kristina Navickaitė-Tina and Tadas Rimgaila; 2 for Katarzyna Niemyćko and Dainius Dimša; 3 for Aušra Štukytė and Tomas Slausgalvis. Consequently, the judges decided that Niemyćko finished in second place.

First place went to Kristina Navickaitė-Tina and Tadas Rimgaila.

Niemyćko took second place both in viewer’s voting and in general classification.

Whereas Ingrida Kazlauskaitė and Ovidijus Andriekus dropped out of the competition.

Source: http://pl.delfi.lt/rozrywka/niemycko-i-taniec-wspolczesny.d?id=60019685

Tłumaczenie Karolina Jasińska w ramach praktyk w Europejskiej Fundacji Praw Człowieka, www.efhr.eu. Translated by Karolina Jasińska the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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