Technique Level - Pre-Collegiate Invitational 2018
Please fill out this form indicating the level of technique for each of your student dancers. SUBMIT THIS NO LATER THAN June 1, 2018.
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Contemporary Technique Level I
This is an introductory class to modern and contemporary dance techniques and evolving styles. Studio work is designed to strengthen and align the body using fundamental principles of contemporary and applied ballet, modern dance technique and creative movement. In every class ballet technical foundations and placement are reinforced either through standing barre work, floor barre as well as center exercises; modern dance concepts are introduced and reinforced (contraction and release, fall and recovery etc); contemporary dance vocabulary will include locomotion (walk, run, hop, skip etc), creative play and inversions will be reinforced as a part of the contemporary technique experience. This class is designed specifically for beginning movers or students with under three years of dance technique experience.
Please enter the names (first and last) of the student dancers at Contemporary Technique Level I.
Contemporary Technique Level II
This class is for dancers with 3-8 years consistent dance technique experience. It is designed for a wide range of intermediate movers. This class will focus on intermediate technical skills drawing from different approaches to familiar movement concepts.
Please enter the names (first and last) of the student dancers at Contemporary Technique Level II.
Contemporary Technique Level III
Students in this class should have a minimum 8 years of dance technique experience. Students should be able to demonstrate artistry, musicality and solid execution of technical discipline and related skills at the advanced level.
Please enter the names (first and last) of the student dancers at Contemporary Technique Level III.
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