Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below. An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance Columbus Modern/ Contemporary
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Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below. An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance Columbus Modern/ Contemporary
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Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below.
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Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below.
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Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below.
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Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below.
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Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below.
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Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below.
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Our Dance ELITE Modern/Contemporary Dance classes build technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality and more!
Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below.
Modern/Contemporary Dance classes at Dance ELITE Modern dance at Dance ELITE is a non-codified style of dance that allows for a wide range of expression. Modern dance movement is grounded and fluid, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and pedestrian movements such as running and walking. Based on the style, there are other characteristics that make each modern dance class unique. This class builds technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness and performance quality. Modern Dance is available for dancers ages eight to adult. Click the purple STAR below to register for Modern/Contemporary and our other fun dance classes! A Historical Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance Modern dance emerged as a rejection of classical ballet. Cultural and socioeconomic factors contributed to its development. In the late 1800's, dance artists created new dance forms and practices calling them aesthetic or free dance. They disregarded ballet's strict movements and stopped wearing corsets and pointe shoes, seeking greater freedom of movement. Throughout the 20th century, a variety of factors such as sociopolitical concerns, cultural and major historical events, and the development of other art forms contributed to the evolution of modern dance. American modern dance can be divided (roughly) into three periods or eras. In the Early Modern period (c. 1880–1923), artistic practice changed radically, but clearly distinct modern dance techniques had not yet emerged. In the Central Modern period (c. 1923–1946), choreographers sought to develop distinctively American movement styles and vocabularies, and developed clearly defined and recognizable dance training systems. In the Late Modern period (c. 1946–1957), they introduced clear abstractionism and avant-garde movements, and paved the way for postmodern dance. Modern dance has evolved with each subsequent generation of participating artists. Artistic content has evolved and shifted from one choreographer to another, as have styles and techniques. Artists have developed techniques in the Central Modern Period that are still taught worldwide, and numerous other types of modern dance exist today. Modern dance is often considered to have emerged as a rejection of, or rebellion against classical ballet, although historians have suggested that socioeconomic changes in both the United States and Europe helped to initiate shifts in the dance world. In America, increasing industrialization, the rise of a middle class (which had more disposable income and free time), and the decline of Victorian social strictures led to, among other changes, a new interest in health and physical fitness. Music and rhythmic bodily movement are twin sisters of art, as they have come into existence simultaneously. We see a form of dancing that strives to portray in movements what the composer expresses in his compositions—interpretative dancing. If you'd like to try a Modern/ Contemporary class or want your child to take a class please register clicking the "Register Here" STAR below. An Overview of Modern/Contemporary Dance

Columbus Modern/ Contemporary Dance

Columbus Modern/ Contemporary

Our Dance ELITE Modern/Contemporary Dance classes build technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality and more!
Dance Elite Performance Academy
Dance ELITE Peformance Academy offers a variety of dance classes for children and adults. Classes include hip hop, ballet, jazz, modern, contemporary, liturgical, tap and several special children's classes!
5720 Westbourne Ave Columbus Ohio 43213 US
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Columbus Modern/Contemporary Dance Classes
Modern dance allows for a wide range of expression.  It is grounded and fluid movement, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and movements such as running and walking.  It will build technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness, and performance quality.
Modern dance allows for a wide range of expression. It is grounded and fluid movement, and often includes floor work, angular shapes, the use of breath, and movements such as running and walking. It will build technique, strength, coordination, joint articulation, musicality, spatial awareness, and performance quality.