Combinations & Ideas For Dance
When the Choreographer is Born
The individual choreographer goes through so much in order to dance her inspiration; it’s almost a daily ritual of trial and error that places her into the realm of the artiste. The first telltale signs that a choreographer is born is when he or she braves the stage performance after performance, knowing that it’s only for a few brief moments each... [Read more of this review]
As a newbie duet member I decided I would go check out one of the most well marketed most popular local dance troupes perform in my area this week. It was the first time I really studied the technical movements of other dancers instead of watching just for the pure entertainment value of it.
People were scattered sporadically around but when the belly... [Read more of this review]
Signature Moves with Personality
Years ago when I first saw belly dancing the dancers who stood out the most were the ones who understood where “their” dance moves came from. Nothing was forced and they glided, gracefully across the stage and than all of a sudden out of nowhere a sharp combination or soft accent would appear and take your breath away.
As a novice I could see that... [Read more of this review]
Sharing Some Text and Combo Ideas
I went through my archives and wanted to share some of the combinations that I have put together for students and dance enthusiasts through out the years. I have so much that I decided that I must share it and hopefully give some of you ideas for new moves and combos that you otherwise wouldn’t have thought of.
If any of you have any questions regarding... [Read more of this review]
The Fall Roundup
This blog will be more news of what’s coming up then my melodramas. Actually no drama’s to speak of so life is movin and groovin right along.
Ready, Set, Action!
We just bought a new camera and of course Daniel has big plans for doing a live broadcast which at this point I don’t know exactly what the theme will be but as soon as we get the camera... [Read more of this review]
Floralia Workshop Sneak Peek: Restaurant Dancing Tips and Secrets
Here is the Floralia Workshop info for those of you who are interested in coming out to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico April 29th-May 2, 2010. Daniel wanted me to put in more detail in regards to what I will be teaching and I thought it was a good idea. I will blog again and give you all some hotel information so you will know where to stay... [Read more of this review]
Practice Tip 1. For the Serious Student
Recently Daniel came to me and asked me if there were any tips I could share with dancers not only for their dancing but also for their practicing and drilling. So I thought about it and decided I would give tips that will help make a difference in the training aspect of dancing. It’s really in our preparation of dance that we start to understand... [Read more of this review]
The Importance of Completing Dance Movement
This past 2 months I have been working with a duet and I am amazed at what the girls are accomplishing. I guess because the girls are so precise in their movements I began to think about something that has caught my attention. I realized beginner dancers want to know everything and taking small steps instead of giant leaps is very hard for them... [Read more of this review]
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