Concert dance Essays

  • Winter Dance Concert Report

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    Winter Dance Concert Run Crew Working on the run crew for the winter dance concert was a fascinating experience that proved to be both informative and entertaining. My primary role was to be Jim’s eyes and ears backstage, facilitating communication between him and the dancers and occasionally providing status updates. Over the course of the rehearsal period, I acquired a few additional responsibilities, including adjusting the shutters for a pair of lights before the first piece each night and then

  • Cosmic Dance In Concert

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    Dance brings all different types of people together and connects them for a single occasion. Some will go see dance as a form of entertainment and others to view it as an art; and it is often disputed as to whether a dance is created to suite one of these personalities specifically. As shared in the talk back for BYU Dance in Concert, an entertainment dance is viewed as “spectacular and dazzling” where as an artistic dance is expressed though an “emotional idea” and requires “deeper thinking”. This

  • Falling Into Dance Concert Report

    863 Words  | 4 Pages

    Falling into dance was a hypnotizing performance that enthralled its audience and stood to make a point. The point that this was not an average high school performance. Within the first act alone, it had sent me through a range of emotions and understandings. I understood love from Audrey and Prudencio and I understood death from Layla and Lindsey. The performance in its entirety left me in awe. By the first half of act 1, I was sold on the dancer 's professionalism and obvious commitment.

  • Spring Concert Review Essay On Dance Performance

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    The Spring Concert set stage in Barnett Theater. It showcased 12 distinctive pieces from Ohio State dancers. None of the pieces were coherent with each other, but were each uniquely intriguing on their own. Among all the dances, specifically three stood out to me. Those dances were: Worn To Shards Of My Own Accord by Josh Anderson, I am, and I’m by Anna Vomacka, and Wind and Water by Madeline Mazzola. Worn To Shards of My Own Accord was a solo piece performed by Anthony Milian. The set-up consisted

  • Hmong Concert Report

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    were three sections where people can sit which in the left side has barely anyone sitting, in the middle section it was full, and in the right section there are half as many people in the middle section. I can see that most people that came to the concert are in their 20’s to 30’s, which there were no old people or teenagers. You can hear echo’s when people are talking in the auditorium. The audience became silence as the lights were shut off dark. Soon there was a light shining

  • Music Class Analysis

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    of the most enjoyable class i’ve taken this year. It was a happy environment where you can be yourself, and have fun. I took a lot of things away from this course, and made a lot of memories. At the end of the course we had to perform in two concerts at a local church. A couple weeks in advance we would go to the church during chorus class on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I really enjoyed taking the bus and getting to leave the school for about a hour. The first day we went to the church I was kind

  • Instructing The Fundamentals Of Concert Dance: Case Study

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    Essay 700-word minimum Submissions > Submissions > Grade submission by Malveaux, Kaleyah (GC0238055) on 9/19/2014 11:04:51 AM Grade points (100.00 max.) Use Grading Rubric Remarks Send as mail message to user Instructing the Fundamentals of Concert Dance Submitted by Malveaux, Kaleyah (GC0238055) On 9/19/2014 11:04:51 AM “Hut, hut!” says the center before hiking the ball to the quarterback under the Friday night lights of any Texas high school football game. The audience roars with excitement

  • African Night Analysis

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    African Night was truly an Amazing Experience and I commend The African Student Union for providing us with authentic African culture. Africa Night took place March 3rd in the Fine arts building. The audience was mainly college students on the Friday night's show, I attribute this to the lower prices on Friday, as appose to Saturday. For most of the performance the audience listened and watched in awe, but in some portions of the performance I noticed the audience shouting and dancing to some of

  • Characteristics Of National Honor Society

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    An ideal member of the National Honor Society must demonstrate the following characteristics: Leadership, Service, and Character. To qualify for such a prestigious organization, one must qualify with a GPA of at least 3.5. Academically, I have been able to do so, maintaining a cumulative GPA of 4.11 and yet to receive an overall grade below A- in these past three semesters of High School. Moreover, I have been taking two languages, Malay and French, as well as juggling advanced classes such as Integrated

  • The Importance Of Music To Film Music

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    Music as an artistic way to accompany people from their born to grow up, and it influences people to have their own analysis to art performance, no matter its musical or film music. As I start to take this course, I begin to pay more attention to the film music and realize how the importance of music in a film. Through the learning of unit 4, I got some important concepts of dramatic film score. The music change makes the film industry get into a new page, and directors begin to accept the existence

  • Marching Band History

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    Clark Bolding Gibbons US History 19 May 2016 History of Marching Band Marching band has evolved massively since the days where their sole use was to send signals to troops on the battlefield. Since then many different variants of the musical art form have been created including show bands, field bands, and drum corps. Every single form of marching band we have today can be traced back to the Ottoman Empire’s military in the 1200’s. Their band, called the mehter, was composed of many variants

  • Personal Narrative: Quitting The Marching Band

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    director ended up making where low brass wasn't a section, everyone was there individual leaders. Which Ozzy a hissy fit over, because he wanted the section to be whole, but in the end he got over it. At the end of every Marching season, we have a concert and play every song we have played that season and awards are given out. Due to all my hard work and practicing I got the “Most Improved”

  • Tales Myths And Fables Dance Essay

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    The performance called Tales, Myths, & Fables was a very interesting concert that basically identified the whole beauty and perspective of dance. While I observed this alluring art of dance I saw many great rhythms. The performance consisted of two acts which had about six to seven dances in each act following an intermission. The concert did have many great ideas and that’s what made it powerful. There were some parts of the dance were I felt like there should have been more improvement, but overall

  • Why Do Artists Hip-Syncing

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    lip-sync. I truly enjoy seeing live concerts although they are very expensive. I think we pay too much to see artist lip-sync. I enjoy the dazzling visuals but on the other hand, I want my money worth to a live concert. One of the thing that irritates me is when the artists uses digital magic and electronic enhancement that result in a hybrid in the music were I can tell that the artists marries technology with a certain cynicism that left me wondering if the concert was live or not. This industry

  • Informative Essay: Understanding Popular Music Culture

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    economic and technological practices associated with these processes; and discourse created by these practices.”Pg 2 (Understanding Popular Music Culture) Music unlocks your mentality to new speculations. It Influences your appearance, the way you dance, your speech and so much more. My senior year of high school for Halloween I remember this girl dressed as Miley Cyrus in her Wrecking ball music video. Now why did I recognize her as soon as I saw her walk down the hall, because it is popular culture

  • Michael Buble Essay

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    more than him. “I don’t put on concerts. Concerts are boring. I throw a party and you’re all invited,” Bublé said at the start of the night. He certainly stayed true to his words, as the show was explosive from start to finish. He opened the show with a rendition of the jazz classic, “Fever” – complete with pyrotechnics that made the performance both musically and visually dazzling. It soon turned into a dance party as

  • History Of Joropo

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    When people listen to their own traditional music or dance their cultural dances, show their rituals or share their food with others, they give a voice not only to their souls, hearts and thoughts, but also to their traditions, morals and manners. For Venezuela, one of the most important reproduction of their culture and their traditions is Joropo, which is a folkloric and popular genre with many regional variants that is performed at rural dance occasions where friends and relatives come

  • My Experience Of My Dance Experience

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    My dance experience trails back to when I was a freshman in high school, getting involved in some classes at my local dance studio. Immediately, I fell in love with this art form and knew I wanted to carry it with me beyond high school. I began dancing as a dance major at Mesa College in Fall 2017. While I am only just beginning to delve into my second semester, I can already say that I have expanded my knowledge of dance and dance technique at Mesa. In my dance classes, I have been able to improve

  • Triumph Of The Will Analysis

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    Alan Sennett gives more interesting insight about the power of imagery in his journal article, Film Propaganda: Triumph of the Will as a Case Study: Of particular significance and artistic merit is the aforementioned opening sequence that constructs Hitler as a god-like figure descending from the heavens through the clouds over Nuremberg to visit his adoring worshippers. The powerful religious imagery of the first part of the film surely could not have been achieved simply through competent montage

  • Reflective Essay: Marching And Concert Band Performance

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    again; I went to the junior summer camp last year (2016) and had a wonderful time preparing music with musician I did not know and got to learn. I have truly grown as a musician these past years, have had memorable experiences during marching and concert season, one goal I have is taking my playing abilities into college. I started playing clarinet in the sixth grade and spent that year learning as much as I could in a public school with 43 beginning clarinets. That summer going into seventh grade