Dance by Lyne Gandour in the Concorde center in Verdun. (Photo courtesy of Lyne Gandour)
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Tutus, glitter, sneakers, face paint and all the colors of the rainbow – all can be found at Dance by Lyne Gandour in the Concorde Center in Verdun.She moved to Lebanon as a teenager, when she also started dancing.She kept up her practice while studying at the American University of Beirut, also working with various choreographers. After five years of working at AUB, Lyne decided to take her biggest step. She quit her day job and opened her own studio in Verdun in the summer of 2016 . The PlayRoom is for more experienced dancers.As the studio has continued to grow, so has the brand identity that is consistent across performances, videos and social media.The team of photographers and videographers that work with Gandour are dancers themselves.Gandour is also hoping to open a dance class for people with special needs soon.Gandour doesn't describe her studio as a school of dance but a "school of life".
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