Students will learn to connect the mind and body through fluid dance movements.
Contemporary dance is a genre of dance that developed in the mid 20th century as a reaction to traditional forms of dance such as ballet and modern dance. It is characterized by its fluid, expressive movement and its focus on individual interpretation and self-expression.
Often incorporates elements of various dance styles, including ballet, modern, jazz, and world dance. It is also known for its use of floorwork, which involves movement on the ground, as well as its use of improvisation and experimentation.
Contemporary dancers use their bodies to express emotions and tell stories, often using movement to reflect on contemporary issues. The choreography can be abstract or can have a narrative.
Contemporary dance is typically performed in concert dance settings, such as theaters or dance festivals, but it can also be found in other settings, such as galleries, museums, and public spaces.
Cost per children per hour: $25 - $35
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