DANCE STYLES AT KC
Contemporary tends to combine strong controlled form, shapes and lines with aspects of classical ballet techniques. It also explores abstract and innovative movement.
Lyrical dance is expressive, simultaneously subtle and dynamic, focused on conveying musicality and emotion through movement.
Jazz class incorporates a warm up, stretch and technique components, students learn new dance steps and combinations each week, introducing different styles of jazz, funk, commercial, broad way, whilst improving on fitness and coordination. Jazz is one of the most popular fun classes which also helps develop performance and confidence skills.
Classical Ballet is an essential component to assist with all other forms of dance. Ballet encourages correct posture, technique and discipline. It is encouraged that all dancers learn ballet and is a compulsory class if students are in performance troupe.
JFH classes are a great combination of styles that include Commercial Jazz, Funk and Hip Hop.
Is the latest style of dance that has became increasingly popular for both boys and girls, using isolations and a free style movement, this form of dance boasts attitude and a street feel.
Is a rhythmical form of dance, wearing metal plated tap shoes, using a variety of tempos and musical styles. Students will learn various tap techniques using both freestyle tap and syllabus work.
ACROBATICS / CHEERLEADING
This class focuses on ground acrobatics using basic gymnastics elements and tumbling work. Cheerleading is a mixture of jazz and funky style moves, incorporating pom poms with tricks and floor patterns.
This class is aimed to increase the strength and flexibility of the student, incorporating exercises needed to achieve the technical elements, thus enhancing the range of motion of all body parts.
For those students who are serious about dancing, KC Dance Co offers performance troupe classes. This is a selection process, students have the opportunity to work together as a team, and will find it a great way to learn and improve their stage performance skills. Students will have opportunities to perform in various eisteddfods, as well as many community and public events.
Are encouraged but are not compulsory, students are selected for examinations when they reach the standard they need to be. I feel exams hold an importance in the structure of a dancers training, it gives the student a goal to aim for and a sense of achievement when their hard work pays off.
The Ballet, Tap & Jazz syllabus we use at KC is Australasian Dance Association (ADA).
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