How to make a dance routine for kids

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.

Give yourself a pat on the back. Record the piece and share it with us via our STEEZY Studio members Facebook Group!

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Check out this video for a quick recap of this guide AND a few extra tips!

How To Help Your Kids Practice Dancing At Home? |

So what are the best ways to convince your children to get up and work on their dance steps? Here are 8 ideas for dance mums and dads.

1. Keep the practices short 10-15 minutes once or twice per day.

This will keep them focused and happy. I’m sure you wouldn’t necessarily feel like practicing for 1-2 hours in the evening after a long day at work either. Use a stopwatch and when it’s time to end, don’t push your child to practice longer (unless they want it). Also, it’s more likely that you as a parent will stay focused on practice when it’s only 10-15 minutes long.

2. What to practice?

Children need a clear structure for each practice.

Ask your teacher what dances your child knows and schedule them accordingly. So when it’s practice time, you know whether to do cha cha cha, slow waltz or tango.

When you sit in front of your child, ask them to practice one of them first without music, then with music.

3. Choose the best times

Your children need to develop a routine. We all like routines and schedules so we know how to prepare for it and what to expect. If you choose a single practice per day, then try 10 minutes before school. Yes, it may be hectic in the mornings, but it works great for many students as they have more energy (also most competitions happen early in the mornings so good to mimic that feeling).

4. Choose days of practices

We would love our children to practice every single day, but it may not be possible. However, if you keep practices short and fun, they may well want it everyday.

Try choosing 3-4 days in the week to start e.g. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Mark them in a calendar and keep it in your child’s room so they can see it too.

Remember- DO NOT bargain with practice times. They may say- I will practice double tomorrow, but in reality it’s unlikely to happen.

5. Choose the right rewards/treats

Oh yes they do work wonders! But what treats should you use? Anything that your child likes the most e.g.

  • 10 extra minutes staying late on Saturday eve

  • extra time on an iPad, PlayStation or TV

  • stickers

  • My Dance Journal™

There is one thing that every dancing child loves- SPARKLES! Get a point system and for every practice give them points. Once they reach a certain point score, they will earn, for example, 10 small crystals. They can glue them on their dancing top, bracelet or a school backpack. When other children see it, your child will be beaming with pride that they have all these sparkles.

The younger the child, the more important it is to have short goals they can achieve fast and see results.

6. Staying inspired by watching

We live in the era of iPhones and computers so let’s use them to our little dancer’s advantage. Once per week sit down with your child and watch on YouTube dance competitions of children their age. This will help to motivate them- whether by fancy choreographies, dresses or make up.

7. Speaking of make-up

Every dancing girl loves make up so let them use it.

Once per week have a practice that will imitate a competition. Put dancing music on at home, and let your child use your lipstick just for the duration of practice.

This is so much fun for them because they will feel like older dancers. They will always look forward to that one practice session.

8. Shoes

Dancing shoes should always be in sight so whenever your child wants to put them on, they can. Practicing in dance shoes will give them a feel they are dancing properly rather than just jumping around in socks. Also, your child will be reminded of the need to practice every time they look at their shoes.

I hope these ideas will help you create your own home practices. It will take some time to find what works best for your child. If you stay creative and patient, you will start noticing big changes in your child’s dancing faster than you think.

Just remember that children learn at different pace so make sure that you celebrate with them every little thing they achieve even though they may be just baby steps.

Be encouraging, not pushy.

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The specifics of creating and staging a children's choreographic number

Compiled by: Manoilo Karina Yurievna
MBU DO Children's Art School No. 2, Valuiki

The specifics of creating and staging a children's choreographic number

Dancing - one of the favorite and popular art forms - provides ample opportunities in the physical, aesthetic and ethical education of children. When creating a repertoire for children, the main criteria are the content of the dance, its compliance with modern tasks of aesthetic education and the age characteristics of children. The repertoire should instill love and respect for the dance culture of other peoples, humane moral feelings inherent in the Russian choreographic school. Acquaintance with the elements of classical, folk, historical and household modern dance and the acquisition of special skills and abilities in the course of classes to develop artistic taste in students, bring nobility and grace of performance to them, and form a culture.

To master dance science, you need to learn the ABC of classical dance - this will give a performing culture that is unthinkable without any kind of dance. Folk dance is one of the means of national, educational and patriotic education of schoolchildren. Folk dance, as a rule, in a major key, develops positive emotions in children, a sense of the joy of being, enriches the dance experience with a variety of rhythms and plasticity.

Of particular interest to children is the work on story dances, the themes of which are close and understandable to children, the themes of which are close and understandable to children, borrowed from the surrounding reality or from fairy tales of the world around. A special place is occupied by dance games, dances with objects. And the more organically the dance is connected with the familiar children's game, the warmer it is perceived by the audience. Thematic dances and choreographic suites are an integral part of the repertoire.

  1. Folk stage dance - requires the director to have a deep knowledge of folklore, prevailing themes and plots, manner of performance, compositional features.
  2. Story dance. School, courtyard themes are used, as well as folk tales and epics.
  3. Dances from children's ballets and operas - for more advanced groups.

When staging work, it is very important to take into account the age characteristics of the participants, which are divided into three groups: 1) junior, 2) middle.

When organizing the work, it is very important to take into account the age characteristics of the participants, which are divided into three groups: 1) junior, 2) middle, 3) senior.

Physical activity depends on the development of the musculoskeletal system (for example, the younger group has soft bones), intensity and duration - on the age and degree of preparation of students (choreographic school, children's team in the palace of culture, circle at school).

The basis of the repertoire for children should be dances of a playful nature, reflecting their main interests, performances of children's songs, fairy tales, performances of school subjects, as well as folk dances based on simple dance elements and simple compositions. Much attention should be paid to teaching folk dances, as well as dances based on sports movements (dances with ribbons, balls, hoops, etc.). You should also pay attention to ballroom dancing.

It is necessary to arouse genuine interest in children's activities, engage them in active creativity, and this can be achieved only by setting clear long-term goals for them. The production work in this respect is very productive. Children love it, treat it with great interest, actively engage in it, fantasize freely, in general, work with great enthusiasm and dedication.

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Choreographer is not an easy profession. A choreographer working with children is a profession that is doubly difficult. After all, in addition to the usual difficulties that always accompany the composition of the dance, in addition to educational tasks, the teacher must skillfully understand the age characteristics of his artists.

Choreographic Association

Choreographic Association "Dent" was created in 1999 year. The team became a multiple laureate and diploma winner of various dance competitions. Children begin to study from an early age (from 3.5 years old) at the preparatory (paid) department of "Dance", from where students move to the budgetary groups of the "Dance Choreographic Association", starting from school age.

However, we also welcome those who come to us even without special training and at an older age. And if you have the preparation, then we will invite you to the group of the appropriate level of dance skills.


The choreographic association "Dance" works on the following programs: "Beginning", "First Steps", "Exercise".

The First Steps program

has an artistic orientation and a general cultural level of development.

Under the program "First Steps" - I teach children to take the first step into the dance life. This program allows the child to understand what dance is, to get in touch with the joys and difficulties of dance mastery and decide for themselves what the future path will be in this complex dance world. The program is designed for 2 years. Implemented for students from 6 (schoolchildren) to 9years, boys and girls showing interest in choreographic art. Children master the following disciplines: rhythm, staging and rehearsal activities.

Having mastered the "First Steps" program, the child will be able to choose the dance direction in which he wants to improve in the future. If the results of mastering the program are high, and the desire to continue practicing is strong, then the young dancer will be transferred to the next group and continue training under the Exercise program.

The Beginning program

is for children gifted in choreography.

Has an artistic orientation and a basic level of development.

Implemented for students from 6 (schoolchildren) to 9 years old, boys and girls.

This program is for children who want to connect their lives with dancing. Within 2 years we improve the student's ballet data, develop rhythmic abilities, coordination, dance technique. In the training program: rhythmics, parterre gymnastics (exercises on the floor, giving preparation for learning classical dance), children's dance.

Students in this program have high requirements for performance skills. Students not only study in the classroom, attend a master class of leading experts in the field of choreography, but also actively participate in the concert and competitive activities of the group. Upon completion of training under this program, children are enrolled in a group that is engaged in the "Exercise" program.

The Exercise program

has an artistic orientation and an in-depth level of development.

This program accepts children from the age of 8 who have a choreographic basic training (according to the "Beginning" and "First Steps" programs, or who have the necessary skills and have passed the preliminary selection). The implementation period is 5 years. The Exercise program is aimed at mastering classical, folk, folk stage dances. Children studying under this program participate in a variety of concert and competitive activities of the group. Learn acting and make-up techniques. Learn the basic rules for staging dance numbers. They actively attend master classes of leading experts in the field of choreography. Graduates continue their studies in colleges and universities in the choreographic profile.


“..In order not to break down in the knowledge of dance art, you must first fall in love with dance…”

will master both the initial rhythmic training, and gymnastic exercises, and classical dance, and folk, and elements of children's and variety dances. If these terms do not mean much to you, then I will try to orient you in the complex world of dance styles:

  • Rhythm is the first step in dance training. In these lessons we will study the rhythmic pattern of music, develop the ability to move in the right rhythm. Learn elementary dance skills (the simplest dance elements), develop ballet skills (stretching, flexibility).
  • Gymnastics is a mandatory set of exercises that allows you to prepare the body of the future dancer and dancer for more complex dance movements.
  • Children's dance is a choreography for children and about children. These are the same children's dances that you want to see at primary school age, for example, the dance of gnomes, the dance of flowers, the dance of crumbs, the dance of dolls.
  • Classical Dance is an ABC to help students understand and control their bodies. These are classes at the ballet barre and in the middle of the hall ... (Do you remember the ballet "Swan Lake" and "Giselle"? This is classical dance).
  • Folk dance - these are classes at the barre and in the middle based on classical dance exercises, but in a folk style. (Ensembles "Birch", "Gzhel", Moiseev's ensemble).
  • Modern pop trends are the dances that we see in concerts of pop performers, in musicals, at competitions, etc. (The show ballet "Todes" works in this style).

Everyone will dance, but the best students are invited to join the ensemble! And then you will know the life of real artists! It is very honorable and fun, but very responsible and not easy! Many rehearsals and performances are waiting for those who get into the ensemble! These are performances at various venues in St. Petersburg and beyond, participation in competitions and festivals. In concerts of various levels in costumes and make-up! Students of the choreographic association "Dance" have a decent training and can continue their education in specialized dance colleges and universities.


Zwinger Victoria Alexandrovna

Viktoria Alexandrovna Zwinger, head of the choreographic associations "Dance" and "Tantsulechki".
Brought up on the traditions of the Leningrad Choreographic School. A.Ya. Vaganova, St. Petersburg Theater Academy. Cherkasov (acting department, diploma with honors) and the Humanitarian University of Trade Unions (folk choreography, diploma with honors). The teachers of Victoria Alexandrovna Zwinger were People's Artist of the RSFSR A.Yu. Tolubeev, Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation, laureate of the Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation "Soul of Russia", artistic director of the folk group "Rossiyanochka" A. L. Nosikhin, A.V. Chernozemov, Professor of the Department of Scenes. movements of A.P. Olevanov, Professor of the Department of Choreographic Art, People's Artist of Buryatia, Laureate of the State Prize O.V. Ignatiev, Yu.A. Stadnik, T.P. Gradova, G.S. Vulikh, N.N. other wonderful teachers who managed to teach me not only to love the performing arts, but also to pass this love on to children.

I believe that it is very important “not to discourage the desire to dance!”, but it is also important “to be able to cultivate the will to win!”.


An amazing kind, sympathetic and highly professional accompanist Daiyana Vitalievna Bakaeva, a graduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. Herzen (performing faculty, piano).


During the academic year:

  • We give master classes by well-known teachers of various dance styles
  • Dance routines are choreographed by professional choreographers
  • We do photo shoots
  • We give open lessons for parents
  • and draw the line with an examination session, where students are evaluated by invited leaders and teachers of other choreographic associations (ensembles), actors, musicians . ..
  • And we say goodbye until the next academic year with a solemn and cheerful party, where students are rewarded, contests and dances.

Enrollment begins at the end of August, and classes from September 10! We are engaged in the house of children's creativity "Olimp" at the address: Roadside alley, 17 letter A and on the basis of school No. 76 at Bolotnaya st., 18. If you have any questions, you can ask them by phone: DDT "Olimp" 599-39-00, or 8-921-312-95-94 (head).

You can get more detailed information about the choreographic association "Dance" at the following links:

Our website: http:/ /

Film about us ->


Mother's Lullaby

Mothers and daughters fall asleep together and find themselves in a land of dreams. .. All fabulous wishes, all magical dreams, all maternal tenderness and love are expressed in this issue...

Issued in 2017. Zwinger V.A.

Caprices and Dreams

Fantasies go everywhere... By what methods we just do not achieve the fulfillment of our will... The princess will tell about this and something of her own, and her girls will approve everything.

Issued in 2017. Zwinger V.A.

Girls' Fun

The issue tells how girls in Russia had fun...

The number was created in 2016. Directed by Zwinger V.A.

Down the valley

The entire beauty of the Russian dance of the Smolensk region will be revealed by the composition "Along the Valley". Originally folk music and ethnic costumes will emphasize the originality of the room. This number was staged in 2016 by Aleksey Pavlovich Shyshkin, Associate Professor, Honored Worker of Culture of South Ossetia, Head of the Folk Dance Department of the Samara State Academy of Arts, Head and Chief Ballet Master of the Volga Patterns Ensemble.

"Russian dance"

This solo number is created in the style of Russian folk dance. Daria Poselskaya pleases us with the purity and beauty of her performing skills, and also infects us with a perky mood. The number was created in 2016.

"Mystery story"

Remember the story about Pinocchio. We tried to talk about how the puppets actually learn the secrets, and what happens then... Performed by "Dancers" (preparatory department) Children 5-6 years old. Number delivered in 2015.

"Russian souvenir"

The beauty of Russia is boundless. It is also expressed in folk crafts, songs, dances and music. We wanted to show the beauty and diversity of folk culture, both dance and visual. The number is performed in the Russian folk dance style. The number was created in 2015.

Happy Clown

This is a story about a restless, cheerful and cocky little clown who is so charming that even offensive antics are forgiven for him. The number was created in 2016. Soloist of the Ensemble Evilina Stepuleva.


A bright solo number that tells about the adventures of a sunbeam. The number is performed by almost a real sunbeam. Valeria Sarafannikova is only 4 years old, and she feels confident on stage. The number appeared in 2016.

Doll Story

And again, our crumbs are talking about their favorite tumbler dolls. What are these dolls and how do they differ from others... The number was created in 2014.

"Oh, you're Porushka, Paranya"

The performance is performed by the youngest artists of the group. . preschoolers. The number was created in the manner of Russian stylization and captivates with its simplicity and sincerity

"Mexican dance"

Cheerful Mexican dance that emphasizes the brightest features of the perky character of Mexico. The number was born in 2015.

Goodbye Girls

"Goodbye, girls" - this number is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Victory. To the music of Bulat Okudzhava, we created a performance about how we met the war, said goodbye to our relatives and went to the front, our girls, someone's sisters, someone's daughters ... We tried to convey all the pain experienced by the girls going to the front and those who remained ...


"Blue Bird" - continues to conquer the scenes of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region. The solo number created in the manner of classical dance continues to decorate the repertoire of our ensemble. This year, she was awarded the title of laureate of the III degree at the III open inter-municipal choreographic festival-competition "Dance Confetti-20I4", laureate of the I degree of the IV International Festival of Contemporary Choreographic Art "Northern Capital", laureate of the I degree of the city dance competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015".


"Horses" - sketch number. Previously, we called this number "Sketches of Russian life", but in the process of evolution, the number was renamed and it became known as "horses". This number won the title of laureate of the 1st degree of the international choreographic competition-festival "Petersburg Seasons", a diploma of the 3rd degree of the IV Interregional Festival of Contemporary Choreographic Art "ProDanceSPb".

Whispering Fly

"Fly-Tsokotukha" - a solo number based on the fairy tale by K.I. Chukovsky. The plot is simple: Fly-Tsokotuha is preparing for the holiday. The samovar is already prepared, it remains to wait for your guests. And here they are… The number is staged in the character of a Russian folk dance on a medley of folk melodies. Daria Poselskaya made her debut with this number at the city competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015" and conquered the jury. Dasha became the winner of the city competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015", laureate of the 1st degree of the VI regional competition "Dance with us", laureate of the 3rd degree of the international competition "Baltic Coast" in which Igor Kolb, soloist of the Mariinsky Theater and Yegor Druzhinin were invited to the jury.


"Cabbage" - this number was created in this (2014-15) academic year. The true folk dance, performed since ancient times in Russia “Veysya cabbage”, was taken as the basis. Its second name is "Wattle". The difference in names is due to the area in which it was performed. The room is bright and cheerful. He was highly appreciated by the jury members of various competitions and was awarded the titles of II degree laureate of the IV International Festival of Contemporary Choreographic Art "Northern Capital", laureate of the I degree of the city dance competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015", laureate of the I degree of the VI regional competition "Dance with us", the number became the winner of the creative contest "Minute of Glory".


"Russian!" - This provocative Russian number has been danced for the third year, but this year we have significantly changed the composition of the participants and complicated the choreography. This number was one of the most beloved in our repertoire. He fell in love not only with the participants, but also with our dear viewers. No wonder this year this number was highly appreciated by the jury of various competitions. We received the titles of the II degree laureate of the international choreographic competition-festival "Petersburg Seasons", the laureate of the III degree of the inter-municipal choreographic festival-competition "Dance Confetti", the laureate of the I degree of the IV International Festival of Contemporary Choreographic Art "Northern Capital", the laureate of the I degree of the city dance competition " Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015”.

Village Story

"Village Story" - a cheerful number created in the nature of Russian folk dance (stylization). The basis of the costumes was the folk arts and crafts "Dymkovo toy". Cheerful and playful chickens take away a basket of sweets from a sluggish and pompous lady. This year, the performance became a diploma winner of the III degree of the IV International Festival of Contemporary Choreographic Art "Northern Capital" and a laureate of the I degree of the city dance competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015".

"What a circus"

"This is such a circus" - a cheerful number created in the pop genre. This is how we see the performance of funny clowns who play funny scenes with each other. This number became the laureate of the II degree of the international choreographic competition-festival "Petersburg Seasons", the laureate of the III degree at the III open intermunicipal choreographic festival-competition "Dance Confetti-20I4", the laureate of the I degree of the IV International Festival of Contemporary Choreographic Art "Northern Capital", the laureate of I degree of the city dance competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015", laureate of the II degree of the IV Interregional Festival of Contemporary Choreographic Art "ProDanceSPb".

"Northern Russian Patterns"

"Northern Russian Patterns" - the name of the issue speaks for itself. Russian dance shows the beauty of the choreographic vocabulary of the northern regions of Russia. Smoothly, slowly moving girls. Their movements are full of majestic grace and confidence. This number was delivered in 2013 and restored in 2014. year and received the title of laureate of the III degree of the VI district competition "Dance with us" and the laureate of the I degree of the city competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015".


"Tarantella" is a cheerful Italian folk dance expressing the joy of the Italian people, their perky cheerful character. The performance was awarded the title of diploma winner of the 1st degree of the IV International Festival of Contemporary Choreographic Art "Northern Capital" and the winner of the 1st degree of the city competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015"


"Leshachok" - the plot of this issue was inspired by Russian folk tales, where there is an amazing character Leshy. We thought about what kind of child Leshiy might have ... Of course, this is Leshachok! A cheerful, playful, playful kid, striving, like dad, to restore order in the forest, sometimes a very peculiar order. Our "Leshachok" is very cute and this is confirmed by the awards received in the 2014-15 academic year! At the international choreographic competition "Petersburg Seasons" laureate of the 1st degree, laureate of the 2nd degree at the interregional festival of contemporary choreographic art "ProDanceSPb", laureate of the 3rd degree at the III open intermunicipal choreographic festival-competition "Dance Confetti-20I4", laureate of the 2nd degree of the IV International Festival of Contemporary choreographic art "Northern Capital", laureate of the 1st degree of the city dance competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015", winner of the city competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015", laureate of the 3rd degree at the international competition "Baltic Coast". And all the above awards are for this academic year only.


"Branle" - this old dance, one of the first that has come down to us. It was danced in the squares during holidays and fun by people of various classes. We tried to fantasize about this topic. How did people dance a few hundred years ago. Girls of the 1st year of study take their first steps in choreography, performing the Branle dance.

"Kittens and rats"

"Kittens and rats" - this number lives the second year. The plot of the issue is close and understandable to all the children, because in each class a similar story must have happened. Here you can see the adventure of arrogant rats and resourceful kittens. This year the number was awarded the title of laureate of the 1st degree of the city competition "Rhythms of St. Petersburg 2015".

Porcelain dolls

Charming "Porcelain dolls" settled in our house. Although the pupae are very similar, each pupae has its own character. The idea of ​​this number was born by the head of the association "Dance" Victoria Alexandrovna in the winter of 2012-13 academic year, and the number appeared on the stage a year later. In 2013, in the spring, the number won the hearts of the audience and received 2nd place in the regional competition "Dance with us."
Music by Anatoly Konstantinovich Lyadov, choreography by Victoria Zwinger.


The Dragonfly number was conceived as a solo, but then a second composition was introduced, and then the dragonflies were completely combined into a duet. Two frisky dragonflies merrily flutter and frolic, now freezing in place, then rapidly moving around the stage ... Music by P.I. Tchaikovsky's "The Lark" really helps the girls Daria Matinova and Yulia Korizno to flutter easily and naturally ... This number was highly appreciated at the international competition and awarded 1st place .... That's just because of the illness of one "dragonfly" the number was nominated as a solo.
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, choreography by Victoria Zwinger.

Once Upon a Time in the Attic… »

I really wanted to get into the variety show and one night the sisters went to the attic in search of adventure, and there they found .... Costumes for variety show dancers .. and adventure! "Once Upon a Time in the Attic"... a cheerful pop number that adorned the band's repertoire....
The phonogram was assembled from Tariverdiev, Offenbach, Tchaikovsky and other composers. , choreography by Victoria Zwinger.


"Russian" is the name of a composition on the theme of Russian melodies... The guys are very young, they have been studying for 1 year, but they are trying very hard. The Russian spirit and friendship also help. And the girls are delighted with the wide skirts that develop when turning!
Music ....., choreography by Victoria Zwinger.

Village Dolls

Russian motif is with us and the motifs of ancient Russia, his creativity, his folklore live in us. The number entered the repertoire of the team. The composition is updated, but the soul of the dance remains ...

"What a circus" Children's dance "This is such a circus" The name speaks for itself . ...
In the photo on the left, the winners of the examination session (1 year of study) On the right, 1st place - Valeria Tkachenko, on the left, the owner of the diploma for 2nd place Ekaterina Guryanova

Bully Boy The working title of the issue is “Stilyagi”, although it is not about the memory of the film of the same name, but rather about the style of music ... And even if the costumes are not finished yet, and the legs are striving to dance ... pleasure - the sea !!! As it should be when you really love to dance!
In the photo (from left to right): Alexandra Polyakova, Dasha Karpova, Alexander Vasilchikov, Tanya Lazovskaya, Rita Kryl, Maria Berezhnova, Victoria Protasyeva

Lamplighters The romantic music of Alexei Rybnikov from the beloved movie Pinocchio inspired us to create the dance number “Lanterns”.

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