Miss Sandi’s Legend Dazzles Breman Home

Miss Sandi’s Legend Dazzles Breman Home

Seniors Jan, Betsy and Annette tap their hearts out. – Photos by Marcia Jaffe

By Marcia Jaffe | mjaffe@atljewishtimes.com

Multigenerational dance teacher Sandi Friedman brought the youngsters and oldsters to perform at the William Breman Jewish Home on Sunday, April 26.

A former Rockette, as was her sister, the instructor known as Miss Sandi is entering her 48th recital year and preaches that “it’s important to share your talent with the community.”NEWS-Dance2

The official recital will be at Riverwood International Charter School in Sandy Springs.

Friedman got the idea of starting a dance school while she was teaching kindergarten at Ahavath Achim Synagogue many years ago. The original dance school, going on 69 years, was her mother’s in Spartanburg, S.C.

Now teaching out of her home, Friedman has students ages 3 to 87.

Her students performed several dance numbers with lively costumes, umbrella props and smiles, all for the benefit of the residents of the assisted-living facility.

“I have the world’s best job,” she said.

And who has ever danced to “It’s Raining Men”?


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