I was very upset. It was not what I thought it was going to be. I didn’t think that Beyoncé will be one of those artist that will lip-sync her concerts. I was so disappointing to see Beyoncé lip-sync at the concert. One of the reason that Beyoncé is so famous is for being able to sing and dance live and now I recently found out that Beyoncé and a
The structure of the dance was based on the characters telling a story. The entire dances from the dancers were all choreographed before the show. They practiced a lot before the show to make it perfect for that night. The energy of the show was very fun because the dancers made the dance very flowing. There were slow, sudden and even percussive through out the show.
These performances had no featured theme; they were preformed for pure entertainment. They had very similar features in their works. They had a lot of dynamics and showed many pictures and line that you don’t offend see ballet companies do. These pieces were the most unique of the show and really caught my attention from their bright lighting to there seem-less movements. Although this is my first time seeing the New York City Ballet in action I feel like I have had a glimpse into how hard they work to make their shows so admirable.
It is possible that it could have been that I forgot my glasses, but it almost seemed as if the dancers were blurry. This also could have been that the lights were poorly aligned, but I am doubting as this seemed like more of a personal choice of Philip Trevino. The second excerpt we watched was Chaccone, which was a bit more abstract and reflected to be more modern as we are dancing today. This solo was performed by Ross Katen and he did an exemplary job, given that this was his second piece and it was fairly long. The height he got on his jumps was astounding and his eyes dared the audience to watch him.
Evaluating a Demonstration Speech After several viewings of the video titled “How To Charleston – Demonstration Speech” by Neal Werle, I noticed he used lots of verbal and nonverbal methods to deliver his presentation. As this video begins, I immediately saw his appearance because he was dressed nicely with a tie. Some other nonverbal means of communication he used were his posture and body movements that conveyed energy and spark interest. His use of hand gestures, facial expressions, and eye contact let his audience know he was talking to every one of the members of the public. His use of verbal communication conveyed that dancing was fun, exercise and can be useful at parties which engaged his audience.
An additional effect of creating a unique sounding soundtrack is it makes the music appear to be almost diegetic. Because the music is playing while Chaplin is dancing, and in many cases matches his movements, it appears as if Chaplin was dancing to the music rather than the music simply being an addition to the film. This causes the film to seem as if it was produced using advanced technology or with a high production quality, both of which are effective to generating the interest of the
I appreciated this online stream because Nikolaj Hübbe spoke about Bournonville and his class structure prior to the beginning of the performance. Bournonvilles class sturucture was very similar to what you would see in a traditional ballet class today ending his class with variations. This allowed me to get an idea on who Bournonville is and what to expect from this portion of the cherography. Five men graced the stage with allegro work, dressed in gray jackets, sometimes folding their arms crossed in front of them. The formations consisted of lines and diagonals with such beautiful and integrate footwork-performed simultaneously with one another.
“When you’re really struggling with a dance, you can’t just give up. You have to just keep trying, and eventually you will get it.” She knows how rewarding it feels when she is finally able to nail a particular step or dance that she has been working hard on. Between dance, volleyball, and basketball, Jordan has been a part of different teams and has learned how to work with others in many situations. “I do think dance has helped me with my team skills,” she explains, “because dance isn’t like a one-person thing, you have to be in sync with the whole group.” Over the course of the years Jordan has danced, she has developed many other skills including commitment, respect, concentration, and discipline. She shares, “Dance has helped me with my concentration because if you don’t concentrate while you are learning or practicing your dance, you will fall behind everyone.” She also stated, “Dance has absolutely helped me with my memory because you have to memorize all your different dances.” Jordan also describes dance as a great stress reliever for her.
How to do a Traveling Time Step Not many people know very much about tap dancing or the time and effort that goes into it. Many people, including myself, use tap dancing as a way to be creative and express feelings. Tap dancing may not be very popular, but once people start to learn or choreograph it, they realize that there is much more to this style of dance than tapping your toes. There are several different ways to choreograph dance and a traveling time step is one of the four main time steps used to fill space in a tap dance. The traveling time step got its name because it not only greatly moves your across the floor, but it also begins on the count of eight.
So far I have really enjoyed junior company and it’s definitely something I would want to do in the future which is why I chose dancing as my career. Being a professional dancer would require working in a highly competitive environment that demands you to constantly improve and where every action of yours is judged and critiqued which also leads to a stressful environment. A dancers day is typically seven to eight hours long. The required attire is anything you see fitting to dance in such as casual comfortable clothes and