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Ravah Daley

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(Luigi Jazz Technique)
Ravah Daley began her dance career as a classical ballet dancer in Los Angeles, California. By the age of sixteen, she had become a professional jazz dancer and singer, with ballet as her foundation. Ravah appeared as a regular on numerous variety shows including The Carol Burnett Show, Sonny & Cher, and The Osmonds, among others. Intermittently, she worked on a number of television specials, which were built around stars such as Ann Margaret, Goldie Hawn, Liza Minnelli and John Denver. She was also fortunate to have worked regularly with excellent choreographers such as Lester Wilson, Ron Fields and Michael Peters. Highlights of Ravah’s career included partnering with Mikhail Baryshnikov in the television specials Baryshnikov on Broadway and Baryshnikov in Hollywood. Additionally, she spent several years touring throughout the world, singing rock and roll and dancing (as dance captain) with Tina Turner. Ravah also has several film and stage credits, including a concert tour with Chuck Mangione and his full orchestra as partner and assistant to the choreographer, Joe Bennett. Edward Vilella choreographed Ravah’s first Broadway show and a subsequent show, including the original production of Dreamgirls, directed by Michael Bennett and choreographed by Michael Peters. Throughout the years, Ravah has taught dance and currently teaches Luigi’s jazz technique. Like so many other performers, Ravah continues to be inspired by her mentor, Luigi.