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From July 1 you can reserve your tickets online. Mail to www.ballderoffiziere.at/tickets! On Friday, 16 January 2015, the Officers’ Ball takes place at the splendidly decorated Hofburg Palace in Vienna.
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Win the “Officers’ Football” competition! As with the FIFA World Cup, international “friends of the ball” gather at the Officers’ Ball or dance at the 280 Arthur Murray studios worldwide. So, why not combine dance and football?
Exclusively for our ball guests we raffle a hand-signed “Officers’ Football“, including ...Continue Reading →
On YouTube we have spotted a great video on armed forces athletes Vadim GARBUZOV and Kathrin MENZINGER. Such likeable reporting on competitive athletes of the Armed Forces Sports Association at “Dancing Stars” is bound to attract attention.
Just one telephone conversation between Col HAFNER and the owners of TANZSCHRITT Magazine – ...Continue Reading →
Narrowly missing the champions’ title, professional dancers and armed forces athletes Vadim Garbuzov and Kathrin Menzinger came second place at the European Championship Show Dance Standard, taking place in Austria.
Professional dancers Vadim Garbuzov and Kathrin Menzinger were able to prevail over a strong field of competitors from all over Europe, ...Continue Reading →
Last night, the winners of the ninth season of “Dancing Stars” were elected: Armed forces competitive athlete Corporal Vadim Garbuzov and young actress Roxanne Rapp were able to prevail over their competitors in the finals. With a samba, a paso doble, and a show dance accompanied by a Falco medley ...Continue Reading →