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    Dance Concert Critique

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    Being able to choreograph and perform in dance concert is a very unique and amazing experience. Creating ideas with everyone around you and transforming those ideas into a masterpiece is a process like no other. With everyone’s opinions out in thin air, you can put all of your ideas into one to create something so beautiful. In Modern especially it was really intriguing to watch the whole process of how the dance was created. Since we did originally have a combo to go off of, it was different…

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    to the practices, because I was embarrassed to dance in front of people. At this time, I was very little and didn’t understand that I what I was doing was to help kids and that this wasn’t for me. I remember my first show that I did. At that age, I wasn’t expected to be good it was more just for the “cute factor”. Right before we went on I was so nervous, and I remember when I first walked out in front of all those people I suddenly froze and was just memorized by all the lights shining directly…

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    videos, dancing had always been something that I loved. Dance eventually carried over into my teenage hood and I found myself doing the same thing again. I watched Korean Pop music videos and saw the different dances, only now I wasn’t just copying them but I also began to really absorb and memorize the body movements and the different vibes that were being sent out from these artists. Throughout high school, I always wanted to take up a dance class, preferably a Hip Hop class but I never had…

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    Dance Persuasive Speech

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    "Dance enables you to find yourself and lose yourself at the same time." Training in a dance studio shows how dance is a complete artistic sport. It lets you express what you feel when you perform, becoming healthier while you're having fun, and reducing your stress levels at all times. To dance is to express your feelings without using any words. You move your body to the rhythm of the music and let it all out. Letting your movement flow. Letting your soul grow. It makes you aspire to inspire…

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    said, "When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It's to enjoy each step along the way." There are many types of dance, for example, ballet, hip hop, contemporary, jazz, and many more. One specific dance is African dance. There are many different kinds of African dances, because there is more than one ethnic group in Africa. African dance is more than just dancing, it can also be a part of someone religion, tradition, and culture. African dance is a part of…

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    something they use to escape, mine happens to be dance, as it has come through for me at many instances in my life, one in particular that possessed a lot of meaning to me. I was a junior in high school and co-captain of my varsity dance team with an exhilarating week ahead because we had our first competition of the year on Saturday morning. On Wednesday of that very week, my best friend Hannah and I had decided to take an unusual route to school just so we could skip homeroom and stop at our…

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    Art In African Museum

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    headdress. If you were viewing this piece from a museum you would only think, “that’s a nice hat”, but you would never guess that it takes a huge part in African dance and expressing ones self. In our textbook its states that dance is a major part of Africa culture. In Africa, people dance at funerals, wedding, and many other occasions. In these dances their clothing and headdresses usually symbolizes the significance of that person’s role in the ceremony. Like all artists they chose materials,…

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    Live Dance Performance Critique The performance that I went to see was Elevate at Lipscomb University. The show consisted of twelve different pieces choreographed by Maggie Pelton, Kari Smith, Tosha Pendergrass, Leigh Anne Ervin, and Curtis Reed. The performance showcased students who weren’t not necessarily even studying dance. I found that extremely surprising that Lipscomb even offered a program that allowed dancers to get involved. By doing sol, the talent was very diverse and defiantly…

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    been missing one rib on each side of her rib cage since she was born, but this doesn’t affect her as she is one of the most flexible people. Sophia started dancing at two years old, and started competing at the age of 3. She was first inspired to dance by her older cousin. Now she practices 35-40 hours a week on jazz, contemporary, tap, and ballet. That is more hours than an average person works per week. A time period of 2 days is all it would…

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    read for this class is called “The Dance Experience: Insights into History, Culture and Creativity” written by Myron Howard Nadel. I have been dancing in classes and recitals since I was three years old, and still continue to dance today. I love dancing because it is fun; it helps to relieve stress and allows any individual to use creativity in a diverse, moderate and entertaining way. I particularly chose this book because I wanted to go more in depth on how dance originated and also learn…

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