Dance partners on stage and off, Jennifer Carlynn Kronenberg and Carlos Miguel Guerra, present a detailed guide with practical advice, historical context and personal philosophy on the ballet pas de deux.
Thinking about trying ballroom dance? Whether it’s for fun or you have your eyes on competitive Dancesport, here’s what you need to know about the dances, vocabulary, attire and training tips before your first class.
Scholarships specifically for dancers can help lighten the financial burden of higher education. Included are five scholarship opportunities for dancers that can be used at most colleges, universities, and dance programs.
Competion is an inherent part of dance and dance training. Learning to compete healthfully advances your growth as a dancer. Here are some tips on cultivating a winning approach to competitive dance.
Every dance studio owner could use a friend to help you stay strong during the ups and downs of business ownership. Suzanne Gerety of Dance Studio Owner discusses the milestone of supporting dance studio owners for ten years and the upcoming Energize event with tools for studio success that will energize you for next season.
When you’re too tired for practicing even one more pirouette, when you’re stressed about opening night, or when you’re trying to remember that tricky combination, visualization techniques are as good as a physical practice and can take your dancing to the next level. Don’t underestimate the power of visualization for dancers.