Today on Our Young Creators Podcast we have Crystal Carfagno here to talk to us about The Art of Money
Crystal Boutselis began her dance training at the age of 3 at Showcase School of Dance. She studied Theatre Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Pointe, Hip-Hop, Lyrical and Funk-Tap. By the time she was 15, she was selected as “Best All Around Dancer” at Eastern Dance Association’s dance camp, allowing her to participate in the Pro Bowl with N’Sync. A year later, she was again nominated “Best All Around Dancer” at National Dance Association’s dance camp. She was the Captain of Stonewall Jackson High School’s award-winning Freshman Cheerleading squad for 1 year and Captain of the Raiderettes dance team for two years.
Following graduation, Crystal earned Showcase’s prestigious “Outstanding Achievement in Rhythym and Style” award. While attending college in New York City, Crystal studied at Broadway Dance Center, and at age 19 she was selected as an NBA Washington Wizards Dancer, performing professionally around the world. Crystal continued performing professionally for the next three years as a NFL Washington Redskins Cheerleader, touring Kyrgyzstan, Oman, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, Qatar, Africa, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Honduras, and China with Armed Forces Entertainment.
Crystal has taught as a Guest Teacher for the Wizards, Junior Redskins Summer Dance Camp and Capitol Movement Project’s Summer Dance Program. Crystal believes in upholding the highest standards for her studio and is a proud to have Showcase an affiliated studio of “More Than Just Great Dancing.”
[6:55] Why the arts and dance are so critical special onthese modern
[14:25] What is the book tangled all about? How are you incorporating lesson in that book?
[16:09] How do you feel being involve in the arts and develop those leadership skills?
[19:07] How parents can start teaching their kids at home through financing.
[26:56] What advice can you give to parents to incorporate the arts into their busy life?
Get connected with Crystal at their website www.showcasedancestudio.net/
[30:34] What is the last piece of advice for the parents?
[32:49] What are the learning modalities that you learn?