Solo as signature: Hexentanz The mask as doorway Hexentanz : a description Group dance.
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See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in-store purchase. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Usually ships within 1 week. Overview This book considers dancer, teacher, and choreographer Mary Wigman, a leading innovator in Expressionist dance whose radical explorations of movement and dance theory are credited with expanding the scope of dance as a theatrical art. Apollonian and Dionysian Ideas on composition and the choreographic theme Who has inherited the emotive dance lineage of Mary Wigman?
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Occasionally, she would wear a mask when performing, to blur the line between masculine and feminine. Monotony Whirl This solo involved repetitious spinning to highlight the stillness that exists at the center of motion. She stomped her feet, twitched her torso and crouched to drums, gongs and silence. Throughout Susan Jaffe's performance career at American Ballet Theatre, there was something special, even magical, about her dancing.
Lauded as "America's quintessential American ballerina" by The New York Times, Jaffe has continued to shine in her postperformance career, most recently as the dean of dance at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
She credits the "magic" to her meditation practice, which she began in the s at the height of her career. We sat down with Jaffe to learn more about her practice and how it has helped her both on and off the stage.
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A studio owner and high school dance coach with over four decades of experience, Clough is known for her smart and successful fundraising ideas. Now, Just For Kix has created a new online tool to help everyone tackle their fundraising goals, whether you're raising money for uniforms, extra classes, or to cover the cost of travel for your dance team's next convention.
Clough shared a few of her best fundraising tips, including everything you need to know about the new tool:. Your year-end recital is your studio's pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
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Not only is it the time for your dancers to celebrate what they've accomplished during the year, it's your opportunity to demonstrate to parents firsthand the value of a dance education. A successful recital can also grant your school an influential role in the local community. Whether a prominent conservatory or a small-town studio, and whether your dancers win competitions or take classes once a week, your year-end recital is the chance for your dancers—and your program—to shine.
Today, it's fair to say that Lanteri has far surpassed his goal of creating scholarship opportunities. But NYCDA has done so much more, bridging the gap between the convention world and the professional world by forging a wealth of partnerships with dance institutions from Marymount to The Ailey School to Complexions Contemporary Ballet and many more.
Now, college scholarships are just one of many ways NYCDA has gone beyond the typical weekend-long convention experience and created life-changing opportunities for students. We rounded up some of the most notable ones:.
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No dance studio. No mentor," says Erik Saradpon about his beginnings in hip hop. I had a shortage of role models in my life.
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I wanted that so badly. I project that onto my kids. Yesterday, Kaatsbaan , the Tivoli, NY—based cultural park for dance, announced that Stella Abrera will join the organization as its new artistic director, effective January 1, This news come just weeks after we learned that Abrera will be taking her final bow with American Ballet Theatre in June. Hoover had just returned the day before from staging a ballet in St. Petersburg, Russia. Jet-lagged, she mixed up her words when giving a correction. There is no off switch!
Weary founded CPYB in , and it quickly became an internationally known school that has produced countless principal dancers.
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Hoover took over as artistic director at CPYB in the spring this year after Weary died suddenly, and while she's committed to continuing Weary's legacy, students have begun to see some of Hoover's vision as well. Jessica Kubat's path to becoming a studio owner wasn't typical or glamorous or the product of a family business, handed down. When she opened MJ's House of Dance in Lindenhurst, New York, this past summer, she had just turned 40, was a mom of three, and had worked at two different studios long-term.
Her area was moderately saturated with studios, so she spent considerable time planning what would set her school apart—live musical accompaniment, for one—and hired a marketing director nine months before the business even opened. It was a methodical, careful approach—Kubat calls it "the old-fashioned way"—to opening a studio, and it's paid off: She started summer classes with 75 students and is well on her way to reaching her first-year enrollment goal of dancers. Alla Novikova began her dance training at a ballroom studio called Edelweiss in Saratov, Russia, when she was 9 years old.
She was immediately recognized for her natural talent and work ethic, placing third at the Russian Open just three months after beginning ballroom lessons. The lessons she learned at Edelweiss shaped her career and provided the foundation she needed to open her own ballroom studio: Work hard to prove that you're good enough to be here, and give honor to the experiences that brought you to where you are today. Professions across the globe hold yearly conferences, and the dance industry is certainly no exception.
Annual conferences exist for dance teachers, dance medicine professionals, dance educators and more. Taking the time out to attend them can be well worth your while for a number of different reasons.
Let's take a closer look at four of them. Powered by RebelMouse. Mary Wigman. Style Wigman thought of her body as a channel for her subconscious drives, and she was one of the first choreographers to experiment with her relationship to empty space. The Work Monotony Whirl This solo involved repetitious spinning to highlight the stillness that exists at the center of motion.