Should someone whose goal is to become a choreographer work just as hard at becoming a better dancer? I have a few thoughts on the matter but I invite you to add your own, share what it means to be a great choreographer, and name a few so-so dancers turned choreographers. .
Archives for September 2012
Tone of voice and the way you use your voice when you teach is so important! If you had no props or music could you still teach a class? Here are four ways Maria uses her voice with her preschool-aged students and when to incorporate each one.
Angeline helps amateurish dancers look brilliant on stage with attention on how to walk elegantly in ballet, specifically in pointe shoes. She breaks down the Classical Walk and walking en 3/4 Pointe, provides mistakes to watch for, and troubleshooting tips.
Supplements are expensive and aren’t a long term solution. If you are eating regular balanced meals and not restricting calories, you don’t need them! Instead follow Joanie’s healthy dancer solution. Plus, try her special Healthy Dance Juice which blends colorful fruits and veggies into one nutritious drink.
Jonathan ‘Legacy’ Perez is helping Fruit of the Loom find The Next Big Move for their next advertisement. Legacy talks with us about goals, adapting, and making an impression in an audition. Plus, if you’ve got The Next Big Move, find out how and where to audition!
Join us each month to share your tips, ideas, and opinions on a featured dance topic that’s fun and informative. We’ve got something lined up for September through March. Bloggers submit a post. Non-bloggers leave a comment. Participate whenever you want!