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Dance

BALLET

Ballet is a classical dance form characterized by grace and 

precision of movement. It is the foundation of all dance styles, providing and laying down a base for strong posture and technique. It is an artistic dance like no other, that can be used to express different emotions or to tell a story.  Ballet consists of graceful, flowing movements, classical form: turn-out of the legs and pointe work, balance and symmetry and ethereal quality.

Level 1 (Ages: 5-6)

Students begin by learning large motor skills, practicing following directions, remembering the order of exercises.

Level 2 (Ages: 7-9)

Students should have the experience of at least 1 year in ballet or understand the basics of technique.

Level 3 (Ages 10-12)

Students should have the experience of at least 3 years in ballet and be able to demonstrate a good level of technique.

Level 4 (Ages 13+)

Students should have the experience of 5 or more years in ballet and should be able to demonstrate a high level of technique.

BALLROOM

Ballroom dance is a set of solo or partner dances, which are enjoyed both socially and competitively around the world. Formal Latin dancing has five dances: cha-cha, jive, paso doble, rumba and samba. These dances, also called ‘Rhythm’ dances, feature many of the sensual, romantic, sexy Latin dances as well as the quintessentially American East Coast Swing or Jive. These ballroom dances are elegant, beautiful, and dramatic, each with its characteristic style.

Level 1 (Ages: 5-6)

Students begin by learning large motor skills, practicing memorizing combinations, and learning how to use their feet, hips and arms.

Level 2 (Ages: 7-9)

Students should have the experience of at least 1 year in ballroom and/or be able to catch up quickly in footwork and ballroom combinations.

Level 3 (Ages: 10-12)

Students should have the experience of at least 2 years in ballroom and be able to demonstrate a good level of technique.

Level 4 (13+)

Students should have the experience of 3 or more years in ballroom and should be able to demonstrate a high level of technique.

Flamenco dance or “baile” which is one of the three elements of the style, is a highly-expressive, Spanish dance form. Flamenco is a solo or group dance characterized by hand clapping, percussive footwork, and intricate hand, arm, and body movements. 

FLAMENCO

Level 1 (Ages: 5-6)

Students begin by learning large motor skills, practicing following directions, and learning how to use their feet together with their hands and skirt.

Level 2 (Ages: 7-9)

Students should have the experience of at least 1 year in flamenco and be able to catch up quickly in footwork.

Level 3 (Ages: 10-12)

Students should have the experience of at least 1-2 years in flamenco and be able to demonstrate a good level of technique.

Level 4 (Ages: 13+)

Students should have the experience of 3 or more years in flamenco and should be able to demonstrate a high level of technique.

JAZZ

Jazz dance combines techniques of classical ballet and modern dance with the current forms of popular dance. Jazz also has its own movement vocabulary ranging from the isolation of certain body parts to the movement of the entire body with the accents of musical rhythms. Jazz dance can take on many different characteristics and styles, including Street Jazz, Percussive, Broadway, Contemporary and Lyrical. Jazz classes can be patterned in any of these styles or a combination of them. Emphasis is on the importance of energy, rhythmical accuracy, and style. 

Level 1 (Ages: 5-6)

Students begin by learning large motor skills, practicing memorizing small combos, and learning how to control their body.

Level 2 (Ages: 7-9)

Students should have the experience of at least 1 year in jazz and/or be able to memorize combos faster. They also learn to control their body while doing kicks, leaps, and turns.

Level 3 (Ages: 10-12)

Students should have the experience of at least 3 years in ballet and be able to demonstrate a good level of technique.

Level 4 (Ages: 13+)

Students should have the experience of 5 or more years in ballet and should be able to demonstrate a high level of technique.

Hip-Hop is a dance style, usually danced to Hip-Hop music, that evolved from the Hip-Hop culture. The first dance associated with Hip-Hop was break dancing. While breakdancing consists primarily of moves executed close to the ground, popping, locking, isolations and grooves. Hip-Hop is a very energetic form of dancing. It is unique in that and it allows its dancers to perform with freedom of movement, adding in their own personalities.

HIP-HOP

Level 1 (Ages: 5-6)

Students begin by learning large motor skills, practicing memorizing combos, and learning how to use their body and making shapes as well as getting the hang of the sharp/smooth movements in

hip hop.

Level 2 (Ages: 7-9)

Students should have the experience of at least 1 year in hip-hop and/or be able to memorize combos fast enough to concentrate on the technique.

Level 3 (Ages: 10-12)

Students should have the experience of at least 2 years in hip-hop and/or be able to demonstrate a good use of their body parts and be able to memorize combos quickly.

Level 4 (Ages: 13+)

Students should have the experience of 3 or more years in hip-hop and/or should be able to demonstrate a high level of hip-hop technique, good use of their body parts while dancing.

CONTEMPORARY

Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements. Unlike traditional dance methods, it is a raw form of dance that does not follow any rules. Popular to audiences and dancers alike, it portrays the world through the eyes of the dancer, their experiences, stories, and emotions.

Level 1 (Ages: 5-6)

Dancers begin by learning large motor skills, practicing memorizing combos, and learning how to use their body and making shapes.

Level 2 (Ages: 7-9)

Dancers should have the experience of at least 1 year in contemporary and/or be able to memorize combos faster.

Level 3 (Ages: 10-12)

Dancers should have the experience of at least 2 years in ballet and/or be able to demonstrate a good use of their body parts and be able to memorize combos quickly.

Level 4 (Ages: 13+)

Dancers should have the experience of 3 or more years in contemporary and/or should be able to demonstrate a high level of technique, good use of their body parts while dancing, and a high range of motion.

ACRO

Acrobatics or “Acro” is a style of dance that combines classical dance technique with precision and acrobatic elements. It is defined by its athletic character, its unique choreography, which seamlessly blends dance and acrobatics, and its use of acrobatics in a dance context. Encompassing skills such as cartwheels, handstands, aerials, backbends and much more!

Level 1 (Ages: 5-6)

Students start to learn how to trust themselves and to start using their hands and correct body posture.

Level 2 (Ages: 7-9)

Students should know how to do simple acro tricks like a forward roll, a handstand, a bridge, and all of them combined in different ways; also being able to do those tricks with clean technique, like pointing their toes.

Level 3 (Ages: 10-12)

Students should have the experience of at least 2 years in acro and/or be able to demonstrate basic acro moves with clean technique, as well as a front/back walkover with both or 1 arm.

Level 4 (Ages: 13+)

Students should have the experience of 3 or more years in acro and should be able to demonstrate the basics of acro as well as show clean tricks like side and front aerials.

LYRICAL

Lyrical dance is a dance style that blends elements of ballet and jazz dance. A slow, expressive type of dance that incorporates ballet technique. This dance style’s main goal is to interpret the lyrics of the song through movement.  Lyrical dance is generally a little more fluid than ballet and also somewhat faster -- although not as rapidly executed as jazz dance. Lyrical dance is also somewhat smoother and a bit faster than ballet, but not quite as fast as jazz.

Level 1 (Ages: 5-6)

Students begin by learning large motor skills, practicing memorizing combos, and learning how to use their body and making shapes.

Level 2 (Ages: 7-9)

Students should have the experience of at least 1 year in ballet and/or be able to memorize combos faster and show clean movements.

Level 3 (Ages: 10-12)

Students should have the experience of at least 2 years

in lyrical and/or be able to demonstrate a good use of their body parts and be able to memorize combos quickly as well as clean technique through their movements.

Level 4 (Ages: 13+)

Students should have the experience of 3 or more years in lyrical and/or should be able to demonstrate a high level of technique, good use of their body parts while dancing, and a high range of motion.

HEELS

A fusion of the strong attitude from Hip Hop, with the sexiness of belly dancing, burlesque and Jazz Funk. A style generally danced by older levels. It is  characterized by dynamic footwork based on , ballroom dance, latin dance, torso isolations, floor work, fluid arm work and body language coming from  contemporary dance. 

Questions?

Contact BbHarts at (786) 773-1090 or email info@bbharts.org