Creating movement from scratch to encompass the feeling, rhythm, and theme of a song takes a little imagination and some work, whether you're a beginner or getting ready for a big performance. When you're including the movements and dance phrases for multiple performers, too, choreographing a dance can get quite complicated. That's why we're giving you some top pro tips on how to choreograph a dance when you're feeling stuck, including methods you can use to step outside the box and spice up your routine.
1. Study the Music
If you know what music you want to choreograph your dance to, start studying. Go beyond creating movements based on the rhythm and beat of the song, and study the lyrics, the emotion, and the meaning behind the song. You can find inspiration from the feelings you get when you read the words, and embrace the emotion the artist puts into the song.
Poppin' C, a Swiss popping dancer, says, "The music is everything for me, because the way my body adapts and moves, is because of the way I feel the music. " By knowing every part of your music inside and out, you can design dance moves that really work with the beat and lyrics.
B-boy Junior holds a breaking workshop at Red Bull BC One Camp in Mumbai
Take some time to watch dance-heavy musicals, like "Chicago" and "Anything Goes," competitive series like "World of Dance," and even street performers, like Logistx, to grab some inspiration for your moves. Observe the styles, transitions, and combinations of movements and note how pro dancers create a physical connection to the music. This can help motivate you to create dances that get the audience to connect with your physical interpretations of the music.
3. Plan for Audience and Venue
Think about who your performance or event is for. Consider the venue you're performing at, too, because your dance environment can help you find ways to creatively express emotion. Lighting, sound, and the overall ambiance of your venue can help you design dances that incorporate mood and emotion to connect with the audience during your performance.
4. Think About Dance Style
Choreograph with steps and dance moves that reflect a specific style. You might try incorporating hip hop steps into a classical dance to mix it up and create your own unique dance style, for example. If you're just starting out with dance choreography, try focusing on learning how to balance a specific style of dance with your unique interpretation of the music you're dancing to.
Kid David poses for a portrait at Red Bull Dance Your Style USA Finals
Focus on one (or several) of the most basic elements of dance: shape, form, space, time, and energy. For form, you can focus on designing phrases and steps based on a specific form from nature, like an animal or landform. Use your stage space to showcase explosive energy and give certain aspects of your performance a punch of emotion that keeps your audience engaged.
6. Don't Start at the Beginning
If you're stuck trying to figure out how to start your dance, plan it out from the middle or from the end. Tell a story through your dance choreography and plan out the climatic elements before the small steps to help you flesh out where you want to go with your ideas. Once you've outlined the basic structure of your choreography, piece it together into an entire work.
7. Try Choreographing Without Music
Dance in silence. It might seem like a crazy idea since you're choreographing the dance to a specific song. However, just letting your body move and flow with different tunes you imagine can help you step outside your comfort zone and incorporate challenging moves and dance steps that you might not have thought to pair with a song or score. When you discover something you like, pair it with other steps you've already developed and start fitting your moves to the music.
Poppin C shows off his moves during a photoshoot in Lausanne
Study early modern dance forms and styles that can get your imagination flowing. Dancers from the mid-century modern era through the 1950s and '60s (such as Anna Halprin, one of post-modern dance's pioneers) would incorporate a whole world of nontraditional moves in their choreography. Slow walking, vocals, and even common gestures can make imaginative additions to your overall work.
9. Incorporate the Classics
Use classical ballet, traditional ballroom steps, or other classic dance moves to mix up your style. It can be a startling transition for an audience to see a classical ballet step snapped in between freestyle phrases. Combining classical techniques with your dance design can add interest and suspense to your performances.
10. Use Other Art Forms as Inspiration
Don't just focus on music and dance. Look at all kinds of art forms, from two-dimensional paintings to live art performances. Take note of the different emotions and use of space, shapes, and forms that different artworks incorporate, and think about your interpretations and how you can convey that in movement. Use this as fuel for your inspiration when choreographing short phrases. Keep up to date on new forms of art to get inspired and avoid the dreaded writer's block (for dancers).
More Pro Tips to Choreograph a Dance
Arlene Phillips CBE, a British choreographer and theater director, got her start pro dancing and choreographing in the 1970s. She's been the choreographer for a variety of performances over the years, including live theater. Her advice for aspiring dancers includes some helpful choreographing tips:
Tell the music's story through your movements
Keep practicing with imaginative steps
Be determined to learn from your mistakes
Challenge yourself with unique rhythms, styles, and techniques
Plan out your most impactful elements then work in additional steps around those
Keep practicing your choreographing techniques
Don't be afraid to learn something new
One of the most important things to keep in mind when choreographing a dance, though, is to embrace diversity. Don't be afraid to do something different or outside the norm. Try incorporating new styles or steps to make your dance fresh, and study all types of art to get excited about your work. The more you challenge yourself to think outside the box, the more creative and unique you can be with your choreography.
How To Choreograph A Dance Routine In 6 Simple Steps
Are you wondering how to choreograph a dance routine? Or if you even can???
The answer is YES, YOU CAN! And you totally should.
Choreographing isn't just for professional dancers with tons of clout. It's a skill that anyone can learn with a little practice and inspiration. Not sure how to start? Just follow this handy 6-step guide and start creating!
Finding the right song could be the easiest or hardest part of choreographing.
Sometimes, you hear a song for the first time and you know, you just KNOW, that it's the one.
Other times, you browse through your entire iTunes library, SoundCloud dashboard, Spotify playlists, and still don't feel anything.
But once you have a song and pick out the section you want to choreograph to, listen to it...A LOT. And don’t just listen – listen with intent.
Look up the lyrics to see how you relate to the meaning of the song. Discover hidden hi-hats and riffs that you can highlight.
Note the "pathways" for movement you want to take – do you want to hit a certain lyric? Or that dope double bass? Visualize ideas as you listen.
You don't need to come up with concrete moves, but understand how you wanna move. And if you need to cut your music, do that first.
Having to wait or skip around to different parts of the song can interrupt the process.
Some tips for finding songs: Best Ways For Dancers To Find New Music
Yes, you can watch videos from your favorite choreographers and remix their routines, but to make something unique to you, try drawing inspiration from your own life and the culture around you.
Read thought-provoking books, watch beautifully shot movies, check out MET Gala costumes, and visit cool museums!
All forms of art can inspire and fuel your art. When you see something inspiring, write it down so you can come back to those ideas later.
Even something simple like an interesting conversation with a friend can turn into a dance choreography idea or a new dance move.
Already feeling inspired? Watch this video to learn how to turn those ideas and concepts into dance moves!
Freestyling doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re going to be using those exact moves in your piece. In fact, you probably won’t even remember a lot of what you did!
The point is to let your body respond to the music. Play the whole song and let yourself move. Notice how you naturally groove to certain sounds.
This will be the first "layer" in your choreography. You can then try variations or build more intricate movements on top of it.
Not sure how to start freestyling? Read this article for a few more tips: How to Freestyle Dance
And if you put on a song you really love, but still can't come up with any moves, check out this video!
Clay gives you tips for creating unique movements, even when you think you have choreo block.
You probably decided to choreograph to the song because you thought certain sections would look dope on the body.
Is it a climax? A breakdown? An instrumental interlude?
Whatever it is, start with that part. You don’t have to choreograph chronologically from beginning to end.
Start with the chunks that come easier, then build the rest of the choreography around it.
After you've choreographed your favorite chunks, make sure to give some love to those in-between sections!
Just because it’s not a crazy beat combo doesn’t mean it doesn’t have potential to look amazing.
Sometimes it’s those slower moments that are the most memorable. Check out this piece from Galen – it's all about her presence and demeanor.
Even her simple movements are engaging because she's filling those calmer moments with presence, before she goes off in a powerful combo.
A lot of us have the problem of making choreography that looks good in our heads... But not on our bodies. At that point, you just gotta train yourself.
Some refer to this as “cleaning” or “setting,” which involves perfecting certain pictures you make with your body, looking at pathways between points, or drilling quick combinations.
Check out this article to learn more about the cleaning process: How To Execute Choreography Better By Utilizing Your Body With Carlo Darang (Choreo Cookies)
And remember: How you choreograph will be how the piece looks. So when you choreograph a dance, do the moves full out.
For example, if you want a plié somewhere, really bend those knees. Let body rolls go all the way through your body. If you’re doing floorwork – get on the floor!
It's not going to magically look amazing when you perform on stage or in front of the camera. Make it amazing as you're making it.
Watch this video to learn more about dancing full-out, in every moment.
There are probably moments within your piece that feel perfect to you. Don’t change those.
But the piece as a whole is probably a bit rough around the edges, especially if this is your first time choreographing.
As novelist Ernest Hemingway once said, “The first draft of anything is sh*t.”
So don’t worry if it’s not exactly what you wanted it to be. You can work your way there!
Do this by trying out variations of movements, scrapping some sections, changing directions, or adding floorwork – whatever you feel is necessary to “edit” the piece.
And honestly? That’s what makes creating so fun – trying things. Saying “Nope, not that,” or “YES oh my god, it worked!”
It’s supposed to take multiple drafts! Just keep editing until you’re done.
Of course, if you're a perfectionist, you might feel like your piece is never finished, but you gotta draw the line at some point.
While it’s awesome to try to keep improving your piece, there comes a point where you have to say “This is it. It's ready."
It's not about feeling like your piece is perfect. It's about making something that you feel proud to say you made. So when you're done, let it be.
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Check out this video for a quick recap of this guide AND a few extra tips!
Personal site - Dance, teacher Shcheglova T.A.
DEAR GUYS! I hope you continue to dance in conditions of self-isolation. Find your group and follow the recommendations. Do not forget to study the theoretical material first and only then proceed to practice! Note that the placement of text in the tables goes from newest to oldest.
I look forward to your videos and photos if possible. Have fun
Roller for older groups (view)
Basics of Scottish dance for beginners. According to the program "Dance" 2nd year of study. (go and see)
Ground Gymnastics (download Word document OR view/download PDF document, watch video)
Everyone: Dance Day Theme:
Annually 29April is celebrated as International Dance Day around the world. This holiday, dedicated to all styles of dance, has been celebrated since 1982 at the initiative of the UNESCO International Dance Council on the birthday of the French choreographer Jean-Georges Noverre, a reformer and theorist of choreographic art, who went down in history as the "father of modern ballet". As conceived by the founders, the main idea of this holiday is to unite all areas of dance as a single form of art, and the Dance Day itself is an occasion to honor her, and also her ability to overcome all political, cultural and ethnic boundaries, the ability to unite people in the name of friendship and peace, allowing they speak the same language, the language of dance. In Russia, on the International Dance Day, there is also a tradition to present the only professional ballet prize, the "Soul of Dance" prize
Task: View your favorite dance style from the video and write in a notebook about it with a brief history, terms.
Group No. 3, 2nd year of study
Theory: read, remember
Test "The Art of Dance"
Answer the questions:
1 Select a genre form of choreography often used in a theatrical performance: a.
mass dance b. folk dance c. dance suite d. choreographic picture.
2. Note the dance which is the generic genre of choreography a. folk stage dance b. folk dance c. folk-characteristic dance d. folklore dance.
3. Mark the dance that does not belong to the genre forms of choreography. a. plastic dance b. duet dance. modern dance d. jazz dance.
4. Theatrical choreography is used for: a. create an atmosphere b. as a plot frame. creating an image d. creating a background e. all answers are correct.
5. The purpose of choreography in a theatrical performance is: a. creation of a structural-figurative framework of the composition b. ability to organize content c. creation of a plot quote. d. justification for multi-genre.
6. What is the purpose of choreographic art? a. story development b. creating a dance composition. preservation and development of dance folklore d. development of modern dance direction e. creation of a musical image
7. What expressive means is a priority for choreographic art? a. image b. plastic c. music g.suit
8. Traditional forms of choreography include: a. dance b.entre c. knee g. show.d. couple dance.
04/30/20 Ballroom dance test
1. Motherland of the dance "Slow Waltz"? a. France b. Russia c. England.
2. Dance tempo "Slow Waltz" a.28-23 measures b.28-24 measures c.28-30.
3. Which state is associated with the birth of the dance "Viennese Waltz"? a. with Austria b. with Germany in with Russia.
4. How the Viennese waltz was danced at the ball in the 19th century. a. touching with fingertips. b. in a couple, as now. danced separately.
5. From what dance was the Cha-cha-cha dance formed? a. Rumba b. Mambo v. Salsa.
Today we will remember the basis of the cha-cha-cha dance. This dance is very playful, cheerful and incredibly effective. It has its own character and very positive energy. The dance is very fast in tempo. It originated in the 50s of the last century. The birthplace of the dance is Cuba. cha. They made the simplest musical instruments-rattles from them.
The basic step of the dance: a small step with the right foot right-cha, a step prefix left-cha, a right step to the right-time, the left foot is forward 2, the weight of the body is transferred to the right foot-3. From the left foot a small step to the left-cha, step prefix right-cha, step left-left times, put the right foot back-2, transfer of body weight to the left foot-3.
Learn the basic step of the dance. Write the homeland of cha-cha-cha in a notebook; what is the name connected with and what does it look like; in what year and century did the dance originate
Today in the lesson we will get acquainted with the Latin American dance Samba. Samba is a Brazilian dance, it gained world fame thanks to the Brazilian carnivals. The dance is cheerful, flirting with flirting. and "Volta with moving left and right"
Bow. Warm-up: tilts, turns, rotation of the head, lifting the shoulders with gradual acceleration. Jumps are simple, pursed, march in place with a high knee lift back and forth. Reflection - summarizing.
Write out what Samba movements we have studied today; in which country the dance originated.
16.04.20 Ground gymnastics (continued)
1. Adding an exercise to strengthen the press.
2. We make a complex for stretching the spine. We check the bridges, splits.
3. Let's start the repetition of the dance: "Alarm clock", "Dance for the Day of Health".
4. We prepared a book and put it on your head and walk with the book in a straight line - an exercise for correct posture.
Come up with a complex with a ball for ground gymnastics. Come up with an exercise for the muscles of the back, arms and legs. Come up with a combination on the topic: "Aerobics"
Recall the rules for performing floor gymnastics, exercises
. After the ground gymnastics, we take a break of 10-15 minutes and proceed to the sports complex in the middle of the hall to energetic music and perform a combination.
We start everything with an additional warming up of the muscles - from the head, shoulders, do inclinations to the sides, develop the muscles of the legs and feet. We proceed to the spring, shift on our toes and take side steps one at a time, then two at a time.
Next, watch the video at the link and perform the combination.
To come up with a set of ground gymnastics.
Come up with a combination in the middle of the room
Group No. 4, 3rd year of study.
Theory: read, remember
is a modern, constantly evolving style in which the search for expressive forms is still ongoing. The style is not the only one and combines dance techniques from Western classical dance, jazz modern and oriental arts of movement. Contempo is light and expressive movement. Dancing barefoot. The main thing is to enjoy the dance, movement, improvisation.
-Before we start mastering the contempo, we do a warm-up warm-up at the barre or at the chair-classic.
Pordebra with stretching elements, demi plie, grand plie with contempo elements; tandu batman; arabesque 1-3. Falling back, standing on the shoulder blades from various positions, spinning up, sitting and lying swings.
Write down in a notebook and learn the terms of the dance, watch the video on the page in contact. Terms: kerf-bending of the upper part of the spine, deep body band-tilt torso forward below 90 degrees, point-stretched arm or foot position, flex contracted arm or foot position, isolation - each part of the body forms its own isolated field, contraction-compression to the center, drop-fall in a relaxed form of the entire body., roll up-reverse a movement associated with a gradual unwinding and straightening of the torso in the SP, a tomb-fall, transfer of the weight of the body to the open leg forward, to the side or back to the demi plie. Prepare for the test on the classical exercise at the machine.
Hip-hop we start with a warm-up, warm up the muscles.
We do a warm-up from the head and work through everything to the feet. Next, we proceed to the springy movements of the legs "pump", then with advancement; now we master the "pump" with the upper part of the chest, the legs are motionless; the hands are folded together , as if you are sitting at a desk and "swing" with your legs; then we develop hands-wave with hands-one, second, together; waves of bodies from below and to the sides.
.As soon as you master the medium and fast pace "pitch" we start working on the combination.
Prepare a dance sequence consisting of 3 movements in hip-hop. In a notebook, write the term hip-hop, what types of modern dance do you know, the birthplace of hip-hop.
04/16/20 Repetition dance, continued
Same, but at a faster pace
Write in a notebook what modern trends you know
Write what kind of style "Shuffle". Come up with combinations for this style of dance. Draw up a hip-hop scheme.
Cheerful dances fill with positive emotions and make communication simple and understandable, increase self-esteem and stabilize relationships.
Features of repetition dance include the following functions:
1.teach dance skills
2. develop the process of improvisation, making it possible to independently make decisions about what movements to perform during the game process.
3. foster solidarity and mutual understanding.
4. help organize leisure time in an interesting way. Thanks to the repetition dance, children quickly learn the fulfillment of the goal, and reflect much better what they have learned visually.
Perform physical exercise
View the video link of the replay dance. Try to perform with music. Learn the dance you like best
Consolidate the material and prepare to work at a fast pace.
Hip-hop is considered one of the natural styles of dance, because the rhythm of the musical beats resembles the beating of a human heart, and the movements themselves, despite the complexity of the performance, are quite simple and everyday. The style is very active, energetic and dynamic. It implies an emphasis on any particular part of the body (legs, arms, head). There are several styles in hip-hop /: break-dance, crump, popping, etc. However, the main component of hip-hop is - "kach" The first dancers were African Americans.
turn on the music for hip-hop, we have already started working with you and start with the spring of the legs - "swing", then we work on the upper part of the "swing" and combine everything to the music. At first slowly, then to more energetic music. See instructions on my page in contact - links and links abstracts. At home, before you start mastering the material, warm up the muscles - make circular movements of the head, work out the shoulders, arms, body tilts - to the right and left and work out the legs - lift the feet on half-toes - 30 times, demiplier - squat-20 times, jumps and lunges. Then we move on to the main movements. Try to come up with your own "pump". We finish the lesson with a hitch, a stretch-relaxation exercise.
Group №5, 4th year of study
Theory: read, remember
4. 20 Russian square dance (continued)
1. We warm up the muscles: turn on the music for fitness and start making a sports complex: we start with the development of the neck and bring it to kneading the feet.
2. We perform side steps and turn on the complex for coordination. We look at the links of repetition dances.
3. Let's start the national bow: legs in the first position, hands in the preparatory position.
We move forward and bow the right hand from the left shoulder to the floor and back to the left shoulder.
4. We make a spring - legs from the 6th position, the transition to the first and vice versa; Rollie on half-toes according to the positions of the legs; accordion-right and left.
5. Let's move on to working out fractions.
6. Turn on our music "Quadrille" and start dancing.
Pay attention to the nature of the dance - it is perky. We are working on facial expressions.
7. At the end of the work, they did breathing exercises and an exercise to relax the muscles, lay down on the mat, stretched out their arms above their heads and stretched, then relaxed and so on 3-4 times. We get up slowly, without jerking.
8. Making a bow.
remember what military dances you know
This is a playful pair dance, a type of Russian dance. The origin leads from salon French dance. In Russia, the quadrille appeared in the 19th century and became a favorite dance in Rus'.
Pay attention to the nature of the dance performance - work out the position of the hands with the handkerchief. Body. Then work out the fractional movements of the legs. For self-testing, we watch videos of our dance "Quadrille".
Group №6, 4th year of study
Theory: read, remember
gymnastics, classical exercise at the bench. Dances: "Katyusha", "Lady"
Repeat the terms in French; read the theory - fundu, arobesque, chageman de pied. Write the terms in a notebook
Before starting the lesson, we ventilate the room, put on a comfortable uniform and prepare water (drink during the break, because the lesson consists of 2 parts).
1. Starting gymnastics on the ground on gymnastic mats on the floor. We pay special attention to stretching the spine and developing the feet and legs.
Who has a fitball ball, we use it, if not, you can turn on a complex with a rubber small ball to develop and strengthen the muscles of the legs and arms and set the body.
2. After completing, breathe, rest and proceed to the classic exercise at the machine or chair. We start developing stop plies for all positions; rollive on half-toes; tandu batman; froppe; jumps, grand batmans; body bends.
3. We begin to repeat the dance "Lady", then the dance "Letka-Enka".
4. At the end of the lesson, do breathing exercises
5. Classical bow from the 5th position of the legs.
we repeat "Lady". We remember what folk dances you know. Write down in a notebook the main positions in folk dance; what folk dances do you know; from what position is "accordion
is mastered by elements of ballet and terms in French. I remind you that in the classics there are 5 positions of the legs and arms. All positions of the legs are eversion, and the positions of the hands, unlike the folk ones, the fingers are removed towards themselves, then, as in the folk, on the contrary, they are deployed.
Clothing for classes must be dance shoes, Czech shoes or ballet flats. We do not work in sneakers, because you can damage your legs and deform your feet.
Before proceeding to the exercise at the barre, we work on setting the body - the head is extended straight ahead, the shoulders are straightened, the shoulder blades are together, the stomach is pulled in, the lower part of the buttocks is pulled up
Instead of a machine, there can be a chair, chest of drawers and any hand support.
We start work with a squat in the first position of the legs /, hands at the barre or on a chair, palm distance, we do everything up to the 5th position;
then do a half-toe roll-up-lift the stop-also from the 1st to the 5th position.
Batman dance - abduction and holding the legs in a straight line - forward, to the side, back - from the right leg, then from the left - everything is done in positions - from the 1st to the 5th inclusive.
Next, we proceed to bend the body - to the side of one and the other, then back - we do everything facing the machine-chair.
Next, we proceed to swing the legs-grand batman-back, to the sides.
Then jumps in the positions of the legs - from the 1st to the 5th.
Proceed to cool-down-stretching and balance: stand on one leg with arms to the sides and the other. Complete the breathing exercises - breathe in through the nose, exhale through the mouth. Bow.
Task: Come up with combinations consisting of demiplié (squats), rollive, body bends and jumps
Remember the rules for performing ground gymnastics, classical exercise, warm-up
Assignment for the next lesson: prepare a book of medium thickness from a thick binding - we will work on setting the body and remember the movements with a book on the head - to improve posture and health of the spine.
Repeat dances "Mistress, "Military Cascade"
Perform ground gymnastics: we start with warming up the toes, then move on to leg bends apart, butterfly, batmans lying on the side, exercises "boat", "fish", "bridge". We work out the muscles of the press, for whom stretching allows -
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Gull Dance Association of the KDC Ocean continues to delight and surprise with its fantasy
Just recently, residents and guests of Korsakov had a lot of fun at the “It's all about the hat” party, and now again the townspeople were invited to the square to make an enchanting journey through the waves of songs and dances on the marine theme.
The evening of rest was held on August 12 with the participation of teams from Aniva and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
Open-air entertainment events near the fountain, prepared by the Seagulls, have long gained popularity among the residents of our city. And this time, the audience watched the dance program with pleasure, participated with enthusiasm in game competitions, a quiz, and “lit” themselves to their favorite tunes.
The evening began with the classical Waltz by the Sea performed by Korsakov dancers and the Zhemchuzhina group from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Then the Korsakovites were able to enjoy another wonderful waltz staged by Natalya Biryukova, one of the members of the Chaika association.
It should be noted that usually all dance compositions for "The Seagull" are put by the leader of the group Tatyana Legkova. But the skill of our dancers is growing, and Tatyana Mikhailovna decided to let her wards go on a free creative flight, giving those who had a desire the opportunity to stage dance numbers for themselves and come up with costumes.
Several of these dance sketches were included in the program of the evening and pleased with their originality. For example, the audience saw two completely different, but equally fervent sailor dances, and the members of the inclusive group prepared a touching “Tango of the Fishes” and a comic sketch “Going Fishing”.
Tatyana Legkova proudly announced that the dancers of the inclusive group "The Seagulls" together with the groups from "Zhemchuzhina" and "Ryabinka" took part in the correspondence International competition of inclusive dance. All three Sakhalin teams were awarded diplomas of the II degree. This is a very high score! After all, 310 teams from 63 regions of Russia competed for victory in the competition. We sincerely congratulate our wonderful "seagulls", their friends from the regional teams, who, despite the limitations in physical abilities, are enthusiastically engaged in creativity, not knowing any boundaries and barriers in this.
I would like to say especially warm words to another group that is part of the "Seagull" family dance "Attraction". Three married couples began to practice ballroom dancing quite recently, since April. But on this evening they struck with harmony and coherence in movements, waltzing to the song “There beyond the fogs”. We hope that the family dance group will grow not only in skill, but also in the number of participants, that ballroom dancing will become the center of attraction for many more friendly couples living in our city!
The numbers “Grandmothers Sailors” performed by the Korean dance group “Himang”, a dance extravaganza performed by “Pearl” and “Ryabinka” (all three groups from the regional center) and “Let's melt the ice with a dance” by the ensemble “Lace” were performed to thunderous applause from Aniva.
"Dance Swim" ended with a selection of rhythmic and provocative songs of the 60s and 70s of the last century, which caused a real dance storm! On a makeshift dance floor near the fountain, grandparents competed with their grandchildren in twist and rock and roll. The youth also came off in full.