Beata Onefater Death – Lithuania-Born professional classical ballet, Folk, Latin, and Ballroom Dancer Beata Onefater has passed away. Beata, who was the current Creative Director at Mason Dean NY died from cancer complications, her family announced. She was pronounced dead Wednesday, May 31, 2023. Her family also stated that she was surrounded by her loved ones at the time of her passing. “Dear Beata Onefater, we will miss your gentle elegant soul, your beautiful face, the body of a goddess, and your spirit of one of most talented Latin dancers I have ever seen.”
Beata will forever be a legend of Latin American dancing, she was a perfection on the dance floor, but above all -the most elegant and beautiful woman…. My heart breaks for Zach and their families,I only hope that the love and prayers of everyone in the dance business will wrap him in healing peace…. Be strong Zach, she will forever be in our hearts and I am only grateful for that last dinner together when Beata wrapped Amelia in her arms
Who Was Beata Onefater?
Beata Onefater was a phenomenal dancer and one of the best in the business of DanceSport. She has been the South African Latin Amateur and Professional Champion for a decade, and now she is the Creative Director of Mason Dean NY, which produces “bespoke dancewear for women and men.” Beata Onefater, a Lithuanian dancer, got her start when she was just 6 years old. She took dance classes in several styles, including ballet, folk, Latin, and ballroom. She won the titles of Lithuanian and Soviet Union champion in Latin, ballroom, and folk dance at the junior, youth, and juvenile levels.
Beata Onefater Cause Of Death
Beata Onefater Passed away on Wednesday after years of battling a deadly cancer. Michael Wentink, Beata’s South African partner, and Beata began representing South Africa when they were both seventeen. For ten years, as a couple, they dominated the Latin Amateur and Professional divisions of DanceSport. Beata and Michael, a South African couple, made history in 1998 by becoming the first winners of the World Latin Championships.
Beata was one of the best female dancers in the Dancesport sector, and her performances have wowed audiences all over the world over her years as an amateur and professional competitor. Since making their professional debut at the Blackpool Dance Festival in 2004, when they relocated to New York and opted to represent the United States, Michael, and Beata have been finalists in every major international competition.
Beata Onefater Dance Journer And A Touch of Africa
Beata gave up competitive dance at the end of 2004. Beata and her professional dance partner Michael Wentink toured the world with their showdance program from the end of 2007 till 2009. Beata has appeared in numerous productions and performances that have been filmed and broadcast on various occasions. Beata has been on numerous international television shows, including the NBC DanceSport Series, the Eurosport DanceSport Championships, and Televisa’s 2nd Campeonato Baile del Mundial. In addition, for the past eight years, she has been a featured performer in Tokyo, Japan’s World Super Stars Dance Festival.
Beata has a dance DVD called “Touch of Africa” that serves as an educational guide. She is a renowned coach, lecturer, and choreographer for performances all over the globe, and she also serves as an esteemed judge for both domestic and international Dancesport contests in the United States. Mason Dean NY’s current Creative Director is Beata.
Beata Onefater Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
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