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  • Sophia Luci Dance, Dance And Dance

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    pirouettes. Sophia Lucia started dancing at age 2 and was a regular dancer at San Diego Dance Center.When she was 4 she started working on correct methods of dance movement, stretching and proper technique to prevent injuries. Sophia now is trying to be the best in the dance industry. She wants people to

  • Dance Is An Art? : Is Dance A Sport?

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    Is dance an art? Is dance a sport? According to Google, dance is not considered an official sport, but it does have many sport like qualities and competitions. Many people would disagree with Google’s definition, however just as many would agree. In my recent survey 64% of the people surveyed believed dance was a sport, and 54% had participated in dance. So should dance be considered an official sport? According the Encyclopedia Britannica, the definition of dance is: The movement of the body in

  • Dance In The Witches Dance

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    Bursting with mysterious storytelling, the importance of family, and incredible dancing, Big Fish is the musical theatre dance that the entire family must-see. But be forewarned, Big Fish is full of mysterious and believable stories told by the charming and charismatic Edward Bloom that will keep you on the edge of your seat all evening long. Big Fish is set in Alabama during the time Edward Bloom becomes ill so his son William returns home to once again be surrounded by his fathers exaggerated stories

  • Dance Appreciation : The Dance

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    In one my classes; Dance Appreciation, I had an assignment to view a dance piece on YouTube. The dance that I viewed was called “She without arm, he without leg, Hand in Hand”. The dance was not only informative, but it was enlightening to watch. I liked the dance piece because the dancers were limited physically in their bodies, but their dancing was beyond limited and astounding. At first, I was a bit doubtful and sceptical before watching the dance because I thought the dancers were going to

  • Dance: Basics Of Dance

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    KINDS OF DANCE BALLET- Is one example of Theatrical or Spectacular Dance. It refers to a series of solo and concerted dances in which poses and steps are combined with light flowing figures accompanied by music and scenic accessories expressive of a dramatic story theme or atmosphere. Ballet serves as backbone for many other style of dance since many other dance genres were based on ballet. Ballet dancers wear tights and leotards during class or rehearsals while TUTOS or ballet skirts are

  • Dance In Contemporary Dance

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    Contemporary dance techniques There is a lot of confusion when you are asking about the contemporary dance as a lot of people even the dancers don’t know what the actual dance form is. Actually, the dance form changes from time to time so it is not easy to adapt as you have to change with time. Every now and then there are new experiments and discoveries in the field of contemporary dance. A lot of people and schools are there who claim to have expertise on the contemporary dance but they usually

  • Dance A Sport

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    Is Dance Considered a Sport? Three laps around the gym, minute long planks, crunches, sit-ups, and pushups in a matter of thirty minutes. As a dancer, experiencing and realizing the strength that needs to be present in order for an athlete to grow is vital. We go through long hours of choreography sessions, pain and strain on our bodies, and vigorous training. Many people will disagree on the status of if dance is a sport or not. Both Mary- Elizabeth Esquibel, in her article “Why Dance

  • Shakespeare's Dance : The Swan Dance And The Sleeping Dance

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    Contemporary dance is a dance performance genre that developed during the mid-twentieth century it incorporates elements from many styles of dance. And due to its technical similarities, it is often perceived to be closely related to modern dance, ballet and other classical concert dance styles. It was originally developed as a reaction against the more rigid techniques of ballet. The Sleeping Beauty, ballet was first performed in 1890. The music was composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and the choreographer

  • Dance Reflection

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    1) What you learned in dance: Dance class this year was an incredible experience. I learned a lot of technique, amazing choreography (courtesy to Ms.P), and how to become a better performer. However, I believe that the most important aspect I received from this class was how to choreograph a piece you envision only in your mind at first. Throughout the Elements of Dance project and the ISP, I had the opportunity to work with different people to choreograph a dance piece with a story behind it.

  • Dance and Fashion

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    Fashion or Fashionable Dance: Either way, it works! A Concept Paper Presented to Prof. Robert Rodriguez Division of Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences University of the Philippines in the Visayas, Miagao, Iloilo In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Course in Communications 2 By Nohr Malynne Tabares February 5, 2013 There’s an exciting fashion trend happening – dance. The dance and fashion industries seem to be increasingly joining forces, with dance companies commissioning