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Musical phrasing is key in this form of dance, where the goal is to produce music with your feet. Tap dancing requires an excellent sense of timing, co-ordination, and precision in execution. Students will work through basic warm-up combinations, standard tap steps, and intricate choreography to hone their agility, musicality, style, and rhythm skills.
is often described as a hybrid of Classical Ballet, Jazz, and Modern Dance.
Lyrical is less constrained than Ballet, more emotive than Jazz and
incorporates free movement from Modern. It is a highly interpretive,
expressive, and free-flowing form of dance, wherein the dancer expresses the
theme or lyrics of a piece of music through his/her movements.
Acrobatic dance is similar
to a gymnastics floor routine. Students learn gymnastic and acrobatic tricks
such as rolls, balances, as well as dance moves. All of these skills are
then incorporated together to produce difficult and interesting routines.
Musical theatre is a popular form of dance because it is fun, creative and very expressive. Students learn elements of dance, drama games and learn to develop characters.
Famous musical theatre dancers include: Bob Fosse, Ann Reinking and Joel Grey.
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