Summer Nights Fest at Seasons
Summer is here! Are we go off to escape the heat? No! We are going to use music and dance to conquer the heat!
The Karaoke at Seasons Place is back! And this time we have added something even better. You will be able learn new dance steps while you sing your favor songs. Starting July 24, 2014, from 7PM to 10PM, come and enjoy the Summer Nights Fest at Seasons. Great music, dance, and raffle prizes are all waiting for you. Best of all, everything is FREE!
Come before the summer runs cold!
The Summer Nights Fest at Seasons is host and major sponsored by STC Foundation. STC Foundation strives to serve the community and bring people together. Seasons Place, STC Management, STC Center and Sing Young Karaoke Center, USA also sponsor this event.
Rules and Conditions please see below.
“夏夜狂歡在四季”活動由STC順天聯合基金會主辦贊助。 STC順天聯合基金會於2012年成立，宗旨於服務社會，聯結社區，進行文化交流。感謝其它贊助：STC資產管理，四季廣場，STC Center，新洋卡拉OＫ。
活動規則及條款 Event Rules and Conditions
抽獎規則 Raffle Rules
You can use your receipt to exchange a raffle ticket if you spend $10 or more at any stores in Seasons Place. This is valid only on the day of the receipt. Past dated receipts cannot be exchanged.
舞蹈教學規則 Dance Lesson Rules
Dance Lesson Schedule is tentative and may change without further notice. Please check with Seasons Place Bulletin Board for the most updated schedule.
| Week 1
|| Week 2
|7/24 Hip Hop
|| 7/31 Waltz
|| 8/14 Samba
|| 8/28 House Dance
| 7/25 Cha-Cha
|| 8/1 Line Dance
|| 8/15 House Dance
|| 8/29 Merengue
| 7/26 Belly Dance
|| 8/2 K-Pop
|| 8/16 New Style Hustle
|| 8/30 Line Dance
All participator need to sign a waiver for the dance class and karaoke event.
預報名舞蹈教學請電 Keith (626) 789-5793 To register for the dance please contact Keith (626) 789-5793
我們的舞蹈老師 Our Dance Instructors
After meeting underground dancers from the Bay area, he fell in love with House music and the freedom of expression in the dance associated. Following suit and wanting to progress in this art, he started watching videos and taking classes from pioneers of the dance such as Brian Green, Ejoe Wilson, Caleaf Sellers and Shannon Selby. After 8 years of learning, performing, competing, taking classes and teaching, he still continues on the quest to master his craft.
Scott Y. Hsieh
Scott Y. Hsieh began dancing at the age of 15 with his friends at Canyon High School, initially inspired by Michael Jackson and Street Performers. He started in Break Dancing and then later moved into Popping and Boogaloo. From there, his dancing spread across Los Angeles to San Diego, making his popularity soar in the Dance Night Scene and local dance competitions. He later took an offer to go abroad to Taiwan and Japan to explore his career in the Culinary Arts. After a few years of a dance hiatus, Scott reconnected with old friends and started learning House Dance in San Diego. This journey took him to many places including Texas, New York, and San Francisco. While learning the culture and the dance on his trip to San Francisco, he was inspired by his friends that played Capoeira in the club. He returned to Los Angeles, began training capoeira under Contra Mestre Versatil, and has continued to grow and become more involved in capoeira and the Brazilian community. Scott picked up Samba after a Capoeira trip to Japan and, inspired by his mentor Ana Laidley, began performing Samba with her. From dancing at The UCLA Fowlers Museum, to The Egyptian Theatre for Hollywoods Annual Brasilian Film Festival, and then to Rio, Brazil where he paraded with Mangueira in the Great Sambadrome, Scott Y. Hsieh is back and actively dancing, performing, and teaching.
Chun started dancing in middle school by imitating street styles he saw on TV and the internet and trying to imitate those moves in dance circles. Up until then, his formal movement experience consisted of the martial arts of wushu, karate, and wrestling. In 2004 Chun was introduced to Capoeira and Chinese dance. Chun continually strives to improve his capoeira as part of the group Capoeira Batuque. Upon graduating, Chun began to study classical dance with the Dance Impressions Productions, the group that introduced him to Chinese traditional dance in college. Through Dance Impressions Productions, Chun has performed innumerable times as a company performer and as a backup dancer at venues and events all over Southern California and beyond including, Disneyland, Pechanga Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, and Taipei,Taiwan. Chun continues to explore different dance styles through workshops and classes and by experiencing it in freestyle dance circles.
Conceived in Houston, Texas, Houston Do was born and raised in Southern California. Being the youngest of nine, Houston was inspired to dance at the early age of five by his older siblings who danced Hip Hop and Freestyle. Their involvement provided inspiration, support and motivation to guide him throughout his dance career. Houston was able to experience dance and club culture as early as High School, which eventually led him to discover House Dance in 2007. Since then, Houston has competed in House Dance competitions in cities like New York, Houston, San Francisco, San Diego and Pomona. He has done showcases for the Body Rock Dance Competition in San Diego for four consecutive years as well as performances for Culture Shock, San Diego's 4th and 5th Annual Cabaret Night. His most notable performance was in 2009, where he performed at The Carnival: Choreographer's Ball, the longest running dance show in Southern California that features top and elite choreographers in the world. Aside from House Dance, Houston has dipped his foot in various dance styles such as modern, Afro-Caribbean, and tap and performed in Faculty Dance Concerts. He has a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Social Ecology and currently provides private lessons in House Dance.
Marcin Mocarski has been dancing since the age of eight. He was trained in both styles of international ballroom - Latin and Standard. His dancing career includes affiliation with several well-known studios, participation in competitions, and recognition by earning numerous national and regional awards for his outstanding dancing performances. Marcin's goal is for his students to always have fun while training for perfection.
April Wang was born in China and began her dance training at the age of four. She has been trained in Chinese classical dance, ballet, modern, jazz, belly dance, hip-hop and many other dance forms. Ms. Wang holds a BFA in dance and choreography. She danced and choreographed professionally in southern China for many local productions and businesses, such as the Wanda Group Corporation (parent of AMC Theatres) and Guangdong Television Station (GDTV) of China. She participated in the dance performances of the National University Games of China in 2007, the 10th Asian Games for the Disabled in 2009, and the 8th Hong Kong International Youth Art Festival in 2013. Ms. Wang also enjoy teaching and has received numerous awards like the Outstanding Teacher Award of the 8th Hong Kong International Youth Art Festival in 2013 and the Excellent Instructor Award of the 9th World Chinese Youth Art Festival in 2013. She is enthusiastic and fun as well as professional when it comes to dancing. Dancing is and will always be a part of her life.
其他活動規則及條款 Additional Event Rules and Conditions
For those that wish to participate, registration can be done on the spot at the location. For those that wish to do group performances or specialized solo performances, please contact STC Management at (562)695-1513 to schedule show times.
The general public are welcome to come by and participate but are discouraged from brining glass containers, laser pointers, fireworks or any other dangerous items.
Violation of the rules and safety requirements set by the organization will have participant liable to being asked to leave at any time. Participants in the activities are to abide by the rules in the provisions and the organizer reserves the right to modify, terminate, or change the details of the event at its own discretion.
For more information please contact Keith (626) 789-5793