My website have been hacked

Posted by Cato Larsen on 11. May 2019

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Sorry to say, but my website have been hacked. The hackers have left some malware on the site that will be automatically downloaded to your computer when you press some of the links in the menu. Don’t worry! Not a single thing will happen unless you click and install the downloaded file. The file is called ImageRepair. It will be located in your download folder. Just delete it and now harm is done. Sorry about

Two new dances released

Posted by Cato Larsen on 30. November 2018

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For our “Let’s Dance” event, I have released two new dances. One Intermediate Samba and one Novice novelty dance. Say My Name No More Theme For A Dream Both dances available on Copperknob and www.western-entertainment.no  

FIVE new dances released

Posted by Cato Larsen on 11. June 2018

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Hi everyone. I have just released FIVE new dances. Two brand new ones and three that already have been tested in some classes. The new ones are one intermediate waltz and one beginner to a catchy latin song. Taube’s Waltz Un, Dos, Tres Makudonarudo My First Cherry Pie Strange Heart Taube's Waltz Un, Dos, Tres View More Makudonarudo 64 count, 2 wall intermediate line dance My First Cherry Pie 64 count, 2 wall Easy intermediate

Historien om en kugutt i fra Strømmen

Posted by Cato Larsen on 11. September 2017

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Historien om en lokal gutt. I over 20 år har jeg danset, undervist og koreografert i linedance eller linjedans som noen velger å kalle det på norsk. I mai 1997 holdt jeg mitt først kurs for venner og bekjente på Roots Pub i Strømmen som var den gangs mest populære utested på Romerike. Den gang visste jeg ikke så mye om det jeg holdt på med. Dette gjorde jeg fordi jeg likte countrymusikk og jeg fikk

Common courtesy amongst choreographers.

Posted by Cato Larsen on 11. September 2017

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During the 20 years as a choreographer, I have come across several examples of choreographers totally disregards common courtesy. I am talking about choreographers making a dance to the same song as a existing dance. Unless it’s a totally different level, DON’T. It’s a total lack of respect for your colleague. Do your research before you make any dance. I myself have been a victim of this at least three times. To the songs: Fairytale by