DCD Publishing seals QVC deal for Flavia Cacace & Vincent Simone’s School of Dance
The Group's Licensing division DCD Publishing announces that it has negotiated an exclusive deal with QVC for the brand new dance DVD Flavia Cacace & Vincent Simone’s School Of Dance to launch live on QVC in October 2013.
In a unique concept, seasoned dancers and beginners alike will be able to learn to dance with the famous duo from Strictly Come Dancing, and discover the steps to the most famous dances in the world.
The deluxe 4DVD Box Set ‘School Of Dance’ will give viewers an exclusive opportunity to learn from Flavia & Vincent at home. Their brilliant tuition based on years of teaching experience will take the viewer from the dance classroom to the ballroom. The DVDs will have precise instructions on how to dance 12 dances including the Samba, Cha Cha Cha, Jive, Salsa, Foxtrot, Tango and Vienese Waltz.
Flavia & Vincent will give the viewer a brief background to each dance and then teach us in that special Strictly way how to dance to perfection including a bespoke Flavia & Vincent step created exclusively for this DVD.
This DVD set is the perfect present for anyone attending a wedding whether as a guest or as the bride and groom preparing for their First Dance. As well as demonstrating the male and female steps separately, this is also for couples, as Flavia & Vincent demonstrate the dances as a pair so viewers can learn on their own or experience the power of dance with a partner.
Flavia & Vincent have been dancing together for 18 years and love to teach the power of dance, so who better to take us through the steps than them, the nation’s favourite dancers from the UK’s most popular entertainment show Strictly Come Dancing. Since the amazing success of Strictly they have starred in numerous West End shows and have dancing commitments all over the world.
Adrian Sington, CEO of DCD Publishing, said: “The School Of Dance DVD has re-kindled Flavia & Vincent’s love of teaching the power of dance and has allowed them to reach a much wider audience, many of whom have been turned onto the power of dance by the phenomenal success of Strictly Come Dancing.”