The flamenco dance is a solo dance that was created by singing. An essential peculiarity of the flamenco dance lies in the moment of silence and pause, in which the dancer concentrates and turns inward with excitement. A dance must never show too much movement, especially if it belongs to the deep, painful styles. Another important element is respect for the canteen. In flamenco, dance is in the shadow of the song. It is important to fully adjust to the mood of the singing and promote an equally great sensitivity in its interpretation. Flamenco does not want to please, but to express feelings such as suffering, deep despair or love and in some dances pure, sparkling joie de vivre. The Baile was born out of rhythm. The habit of using the feet for percussion shows the Indian and African influence. Flamenco, on the other hand, is danced, at least nowadays, with shoes studded with iron nails on the heels and tips.
Ballet is a formal form of performance dance that originated in the Italian Renaissance in the 15th century and was further developed in France, England and Russia as a stage dance form. Ballet is a highly technical form of dance with its own vocabulary that has gained worldwide influence. Pantomime, drama and music educate the dancer in a musical sense. It improves posture, strength, stretching and stability of all muscle groups. Ballet is a sovereign dance style, which is the basis for many other dance forms, and which can only be learned with considerable effort and discipline.
Jazz dance has its roots in African-American society and comes from African dance. Jazz dance was strongly influenced by the sounds, rhythms and techniques of jazz music. As with music, this dance form is highly individual; Jazz dancers are known for their talent for improvisation and the ability to work with other dancers. You can move smoothly and gracefully or jerkily and strikingly. Therefore, they have to be physically flexible and musical.
Hip-hop and break dance are a form of dance originally developed on the street among African-American youth in Manhattan. Kool Dj Herc brought the Jamaican tradition of street parties to New York. From his way of putting on the records, the basic principle for rap music developed: the SAMPLING. Thus, the Bronx was the birthplace of hip hop and its beginning was in the New York ghettos in the mid-1970s. Kool Herc got the kids to express their anger not by violence, but by dancing or the dance battle. DJ Kool and DJ Herc were the first to start repeating the beat of a song instead of playing the whole piece. This was followed by many other DJs such as Africa Bambaataa. Due to the many dancing, more and more movements were discovered, from which hip-hop developed. Instead of brawling hostile gangs, competitions were held in which two groups competed against each other, who then had to prove their skills in dancing. The audience decided which group was better. African Bambaataa became famous for its African style, because it invented a completely new style of music. Afrika Bambaataa put hip, which means as much as in the trend or new, and hop, which is based on the meaning of jumping or jumping.
Pre Ballet is early dance education, which develops the motor skills as well as the social development of your child, and it enables you to follow the classes and keep up with them over a longer period of time. The children are introduced to the world of classical ballet in a playful way. The basic elements of the ballet, such as foot and arm positions, as well as stretching exercises and easy jumps, are taught through age-appropriate exercises for feeling good in space and body. Improvisation games and free dancing encourage children to live out their creativity and imagination and to strengthen their self-confidence and confidence in themselves. The focus is always on the joy of movement. Body control, posture and body awareness develop as a matter of course for the children.
At the children's dance, children from the age of three learn playfully forms of movement with different rhythms and music styles. The awareness of dealing with one's own body, movements and rhythm is trained. Through rhythmic and spatial games, dance exercises and light choreographies, children improve their coordination and posture and promote and maintain their flexibility. This anchors movement sequences and the children gain safety - at the same time the muscles are strengthened sustainably, condition and strength are expanded. The development of the center of the body and the expressiveness is strengthened. So dancing promotes the entire motor area. Perception is sensitized through regular practice. At the same time, the children develop self-confidence through the tasks they accomplish and the resulting success and learn to appear naturally. The playful and musical work, for example in the form of improvisation and role playing, encourages creativity and imagination. In this way, children can develop their own style and shape their expressiveness. The children also learn to abide by rules in a playful way, which is an important educational factor. The meeting with other children creates a sense of community early on and creates a group dynamic. They overcome their fear of contact in games and partner dances. In addition, dealing with new situations outside of the familiar environment is facilitated - this encourages social behavior and builds self-confidence.