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Tatiana Seliverstova

Born January 15 1993 in Chisinau, Moldova

Tatiana Silvesterova began her dance career at the age of 8.  At a young age she won many National and International Championships as well as being crowned the Vice World Champion and European Champion. She danced for thirteen years, competing in all three styles of ballroom dancing; Latin, Standard, and 10 Dance.  At the age of 19, she moved to America to continue her ballroom dream.  After only a year, she became a United States National Champion in two divisions.  As a professional competitor, she started a new style in 2016, American Smooth. Today she is ranked 2nd in United States and World Championships. In 2016 she was awarded  with one of the highest title Master of Sport of Moldova.

Achievements

  • 2003 German Open Juvenile 10 Dance Champion
  • 2007 World Championship Junior 2 Bronze Medalist
  • 2007 World Championship Junior 2 10 Dance Silver Medalist
  • 2010 European Championship Youth Ballroom Bronze Medalist
  • 2010 World Championship Youth 10 Dance Silver Medalist
  • 2010 European Championship 10 Dance Silver Medalist
  • 2013 USA Championship Amateur 10 Dance Champion
  • 2013 USA Championship Under 21 10 Dance Champion
  • 2013 USA Championship Under 21 Standard Champion
  • 2013 USA Championship Amateur Latin Finalist
  • 2013 USA Championship Amateur Standard Finalist
  • 2014 USA Championship Amateur Latin Bronze Medalist
  • 2014 USA Championship Amateur Standard Champion
  • 2014 USA Championship Amateur 10 Dance Champion
  • 2016 World American Smooth Professional Finalist
  • 2016 United States Nationals Professional Bronze Medalist
  • 2017 Dance Beat Smooth Tour Champion
  • 2017 World Peabody Vice Champion
  • 2017 Blackpool American Smooth Professional Bronze Medalist

Drills

This instructor is associated with the following drills:

Using your Body as a Musical Instrument

10 Day Challenge

Routines

This instructor is associated with the following routines:

Solo Viennese Waltz Routine

Solo Tango Routine

Dance Vision
National Championships Workshops

December 2, 2022

  • Professional Workshops are open to Certified Dance Vision Instructors & Examiners.
  • Student/Amateur Workshops are open to everyone, no membership required.
  • Classes are free if registered to compete at Dance Vision National Championships.
  • Classes are $35 each if you are not registered to compete at Dance Vision National Championships.
  • 9-9:45AM  |  Professional Meetings   
  • 10:00AM  |  Michael Mead & Toni Redpath  |  The Dance Vision Smooth Syllabus
  • 11:00AM Nazar Norov  |  The Dance Vision Rhythm Syllabus
  • 12:00PM  |  Peter Perzhu  |  Communication and the Basic Principles of 3 W’s: What? Where? When? (Smooth Technique) 
  • 12:00PM  |  David Elkin  |  We Are Better Together: Partners for Success (Business Meeting)
  • 1:00PM  |   Ilya Rezin  |  Let’s Talk About that Standing Leg (Rhythm Technique)
  • 1:00PM  |  Babette Brown & Esther Frances  |  TBD (Business Meeting)
  • 2:00PM  |  Heather Smith  |  How to Increase Flexibility, Freedom, and Space in Your Movement (Ballroom Technique)
  • 2:00PM  |  John DePalma  |   TBD (Business Meeting)
  • 3:00PM  |  Donald Johnson  |   Your Driving Force: Using Your Center as an Engine (Latin Technique)
  • 4:00PM  |  Lori Woods-Gay  |  Dance Vision Professional Exams
  • 5:00PM  |  Slawek Sochacki & Marzena Stachura  |  TBD (Smooth Technique)
  • 10:00AM Nazar Norov  |  The Dance Vision Rhythm Syllabus
  • 11:00AM  |  Michael Mead & Toni Redpath  |  The Dance Vision Smooth Syllabus
  • 12:00PM  |  Donald Johnson  |  Developing Your Musicality With Weight Change (Latin Technique) 
  • 1:00PM  |  Timothy & Michelle Mason  | TBD (Ballroom Technique)
  • 2:00PM  |  Ilya Reyzin  |  Movement versus Positions (Rhythm Technique)
  • 3:00PM  |  Slawek Sochacki & Marzena Stachura  |   TBD (Smooth Technique)
  • 4:00PM  |  Nazar Norov  | Using Your Arms to Tell a Story: How to use Your Arms and Hands to Express Yourself in Figures (Rhythm Technique)
  • 5:00PM  |  Peter Perzhu  |  TBD (Smooth Technique)