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    Old Dominion University, University Dance Theatre Spring Concert 2014. Upon entering the theatre, I was not too sure what to expect. From the look of the advertisement it could be implied that this concert would focus on contemporary or modern dance elements. Once I viewed the program I developed different expectations. The artist’s biographies lead me to anticipate a variety of dance genres, to include: jazz, hip hop, modern, ballet and ballroom. The dance titles left much to the imagination

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    Etiquette Day

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    is what etiquette day is for, for us at least. Etiquette day is a day for us seventh graders to learn what to do in a formal situation, in this case, a nice, fancy dinner(or lunch). Etiquette day was first brought up in Hilmar Middle School after a group of people from Fresno, California came to our school to perform for us. The students acted so atrocious that teachers were embarrassed. The teachers decided to meet up to fix th...

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    Dance Reflection Essay

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    to improve upon my dancing. My pre-class workouts allowed me to target areas in which I need to have a little more mental thought to engage them properly in class. Taking the time for myself to warm up my body with the workouts allowed those muscle groups to be on my mindset throughout the class. Then, as I was going through class, it was easier for me to concentrate on other aspects of my dancing as well. Through this experience, I gained a better understanding of my strengths and weaknesses in my

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    History of Ballet

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    feeling of wanting to be graceful, as well as the warm sensation felt by a little girl as she slips into dream land. My mom had taken me to my first ballet when I was 11 years old. When we returned home home, she signed me up for classes at the local dance center. The expectations to become a prima ballerina would involve much hard work and concentration. I knew when I started it would take years of steady practice and commitment. Learning the history of ballet and the famous dancers made me intrigued

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    Introduction According to Webster's II: New Riverside University Dictionary, music is "the art of arranging tones in an orderly sequence so as to produce a unified and continuous composition”. Music is well known is the past and present. It had exists for about 50000 years. African may had been invented the first music and later on it had been evolved by others. Music is also an art and doesn’t have a fix meaning. It is special and has different meaning to different people. For example, musicians

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    Romantic Ballet

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    She is entrancing on her tiny pointe shoes as she floats across the stage. Love and passion fill the air as she moves in such a way that is almost magical. The Romantic Ballet Period introduced the aspects of theme, costume, and new technique to the dance world and its influences are still seen in contemporary works in ballet. Ballet has been an art form since the late fifteenth century, but society did not truly see the impact of ballet until the nineteenth century. Modern day thinkers possess the

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    On Friday, December 3rd, I attended Thousand Oaks 2016 winter dance concert Saved by the Bell. It was an amazing show all together and the theme was tied together throughout the show really well. The cafeteria lady character also really helped bring the show closer as a whole. The show introduced a lot of different unique styles to the audience including a spoken word piece. The show was also very diverse in the different levels of dancers that were presented on stage that evening but looking at

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    staring at myself in my leotard and tights, wishing that I could be skinny and slender like the others. I felt horrible about my body, and I wasn’t even ten yet. The one thing that made me feel good about myself was the fact that I always knew my dances when the other girls didn’t. I would just chuckle to myself and think, well hey, at least I’m smart. Thankfully, things got a little better at the beginning of fifth grade. When I received my pink class schedule for the year, I saw that I was moved

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    GNDU University only. On 30th night, we had a group dance competition between the colleges. Obviously, I danced but this time with more proper rehearsal not like last time when we practiced dance just few hours before the competition and we stood 2nd runner up which was completely unexpected. This time we knew we would come in top 3 and we came i.e., 2nd runner up again. That very night and the next morning also, I was completely absorbed in the dance performance. My mind was not taking anything

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    She was promoted to fist-soloist just a year later. Anna danced in several beautiful pieces, including; La Fille Mal Gardée in a group of three, danced the difficult part of Giselle, and The Dying Swan which was her most famous piece. Seven years into Anna’s career, she was promoted to a Prima Ballerina, which is the chief ballerina in a ballet or ballet company. These types of accomplishments

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