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Dance of Joy - 23 Mar 2013
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May 14, 2013
Abel Loureiro leads Pau Vazquez, founder of Fusionarte dance group, through a choreography he has prepared...
Madrid, Spain
Loureiro leads Vazquez, founder of Fusionarte dance group, through a choreography he has prepared on...
Abel Loureiro leads Pau Vazquez, founder of Fusionarte dance group, through a choreography he has prepared on his own during the group's dance class in Madrid March 23, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken March 23, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte members Hugo Aritmendiz (L), Pablo Ruiz-Larrea, Sergio Martin (R) dance to their own rhythm...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte members dance to their own rhythm during the group's dance class in Madrid
Fusionarte members Hugo Aritmendiz (L), Pablo Ruiz-Larrea, Sergio Martin (R) dance to their own rhythm during the group's dance class in Madrid April 20, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
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May 14, 2013
Hugo Aritmendiz, a member of Fusionarte dance group, gives his all on the dance floor during the group's...
Madrid, Spain
Aritmendiz, a member of Fusionarte dance group, gives his all on the dance floor during the group's dance...
Hugo Aritmendiz, a member of Fusionarte dance group, gives his all on the dance floor during the group's dance class in Madrid March 23, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken March 23, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Members of Fusionarte dance group rehearse during the group's dance class in Madrid April 20, 2013. Argentine...
Madrid, Spain
Members of Fusionarte dance group rehearse during the group's dance class in Madri
Members of Fusionarte dance group rehearse during the group's dance class in Madrid April 20, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Luismi Astorga, a member of Fusionarte dance group, performs a choreography during a solo preparation...
Madrid, Spain
Astorga, a member of Fusionarte dance group, performs a choreography during a solo preparation for the...
Luismi Astorga, a member of Fusionarte dance group, performs a choreography during a solo preparation for the group's dance class in Madrid March 23, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken March 23, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte members Hugo Aritmendiz (L) and Sergio Martin dance together during the group's dance class...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte members Aritmendiz and Martin dance together during the group's dance class in Madrid
Fusionarte members Hugo Aritmendiz (L) and Sergio Martin dance together during the group's dance class in Madrid April 20, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Luismi Astorga, a member of Fusionarte dance group, looks on as Marisol Antolin embraces Maria Eugenia...
Madrid, Spain
Astorga, a member of Fusionarte dance group, looks on during the group's dance class in Madrid
Luismi Astorga, a member of Fusionarte dance group, looks on as Marisol Antolin embraces Maria Eugenia Marina Navarro during the group's dance class in Madrid April 13, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 13, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte member Abel Loureiro performs his own choreography during the group's dance class in Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte member Loureiro performs his own choreography during the group's dance class in Madrid
Fusionarte member Abel Loureiro performs his own choreography during the group's dance class in Madrid April 20, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte members Jose Fuentes (L), Yenia Gonzalez, Hugo Aritmendiz (R) and Luismi Astorga (on his knees)...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte members rehearse a choreography for an upcoming gala during the group's dance class in Madrid...
Fusionarte members Jose Fuentes (L), Yenia Gonzalez, Hugo Aritmendiz (R) and Luismi Astorga (on his knees) rehearse a choreography for an upcoming gala during the group's dance class in Madrid April 6, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 6, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte's members Veronica Somahano, Marisol Antolin (bottom R) and Jose Fuentes (top R) embrace their...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte's members embrace their teacher Vazquez during the group's dance class in Madrid
Fusionarte's members Veronica Somahano, Marisol Antolin (bottom R) and Jose Fuentes (top R) embrace their pregnant teacher Pau Vazquez (C) during the group's dance class in Madrid April 13, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 13, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Maruja Ruizafa (L), a blind member of Fusionarte dance group, laughs as she talks to her dance instructors...
Madrid, Spain
Ruizafa, a blind member of Fusionarte dance group, laughs as she talks to her dance instructors Vazquez...
Maruja Ruizafa (L), a blind member of Fusionarte dance group, laughs as she talks to her dance instructors Pau Vazquez and Lorena Torres (R) after the group's dance class in Madrid April 13, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 13, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte dance group member Maria Eugenia Marina Navarro removes her socks as she prepares for her...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte dance group member Navarro removes her socks as she prepares for her performance during a...
Fusionarte dance group member Maria Eugenia Marina Navarro removes her socks as she prepares for her performance during a charity gala at a club in Madrid April 14, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 14, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte dance group members Yenia Gonzalez (L) and Maria Eugenia Marina Navarro get make up applied...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte dance group members get make up applied for their performance during a charity gala at a club...
Fusionarte dance group members Yenia Gonzalez (L) and Maria Eugenia Marina Navarro get make up applied for their performance during a charity gala at a club in Madrid April 14, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 14, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte dance group member Luismi Astorga prays before taking the stage during a charity gala at a...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte dance group member Astorga prays before taking the stage during a charity gala at a club in...
Fusionarte dance group member Luismi Astorga prays before taking the stage during a charity gala at a club in Madrid April 14, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 14, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte dance group member Hugo Aritmendiz kisses his partner Yenia Gonzalez at the end of their dance...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte dance group member Aritmendiz kisses his partner Gonzalez at the end of their dance during...
Fusionarte dance group member Hugo Aritmendiz kisses his partner Yenia Gonzalez at the end of their dance during a charity gala at a club in Madrid April 14, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 14, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
Fusionarte dance group members Jose Maria Matamoros (L) and Maruja Ruizafa hold hands as they bow to...
Madrid, Spain
Fusionarte dance group members Matamoros and Ruizafa hold hands as they bow to the public during a charity...
Fusionarte dance group members Jose Maria Matamoros (L) and Maruja Ruizafa hold hands as they bow to the public during a charity gala at a club in Madrid April 14, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 14, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 14, 2013
The audience cheer as members of Fusionarte dance group perform during a charity gala at a club in Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
The audience cheer as members of Fusionarte dance group perform during a charity gala at a club in Madrid...
The audience cheer as members of Fusionarte dance group perform during a charity gala at a club in Madrid April 14, 2013. Argentine choreographer and dancer Pau Vazquez set up Fusionarte dance group in 2007 in Madrid to introduce dance to people with special needs. The group, which is assisted by another three dance instructors, holds lessons every Saturday for an hour to teach around 20 adult men and women of varying intellectual disabilities to dance as a way to build up self-confidence and self-expression. The group does not receive any subsidies. Instead every member of the group contributes money to the studio rental for rehearsals, and pay for their costumes and props they use for their performances at charity galas. According to Vazquez, "Dance helps members of the group build their confidence and feel empowered. They express their emotions through the movement and learn to respect and admire what each individual is capable of doing". Picture taken April 14, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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