I like to think of artistry in dance as the whole picture, of which technique and “soul” are important and perhaps equal pieces. Someone showing superb artistry, then, would be a dancer that has worked hard to put all of the puzzle pieces together into a dazzling picture.
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What kinds of responsibilities can you expect? And how can you make the experience a good one for you and the teacher you are helping?
UPDATE!!! I was able to watch now that they have it up on dancelifetv.com. Here are a few of my thoughts. I encourage you to add your own in the comments below this post.
When you were a young child, before you even understood the concept of reading, you probably learned the letters of the alphabet and the sounds they made. They are the Legos of Language! How is dance like learning the ABC’s?