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LED Ballerinas create diverse, thrilling, high-energy spectacles that will leave your audience buzzing. Using world-class ballerinas and breakdancers, they offer a unique blend of modern and/ or classical culture through the use of LED lights, which is sure to captivate all! Picture, if you can, watching world-class ballerinas and breakdancers performing together to an original DJ set; Avicii, John Legend, Pharrell Williams - the music they perform to can be tailored to any corporate event, theme or anything your audience would like to hear. They can offer completely unique and tailor-made packages to accompany any event or project, from solos to large group ensembles. The dancers can perform on a traditional stage or by interacting with your guests. Previous projects with ballerinas have ranged from a fashion show in Harrods and performing in the Dorchester Hotel ballroom, to elegant product displays for Swarovski and collaborating with Arsenal football players for Citroen. Rocking Ballet pride themselves on attention to detail with every aspect of their performance. Costumes are key to the impact of the show, so they ensure that they are all visually stunning. Classical dancers can perform in tutus but can vamp it up to show the audience a much edgier, sexy, athletic side to ballet. Costumes can be tailor-made to match your brand, illustrate your logo, or simply themed in the style of your event. LED Ballerinas' performances are smart, slick and glamorous representing urban cool with an edgy feel. Completely unique, they will transform your event into a truly memorable experience and one that will keep your guests talking about it, and you, for quite some time. https://www.contrabandevents.com/project/led-ballerinas-dance-show-worldwide/ Check out which fabulous dancers you could book for your special event: https://www.contrabandevents.com/ballet-dancers/ https://www.contrabandevents.com/dancers/ https://www.contrabandevents.com/
Dancer Valeriia Chaykina and her instructors at Miami City Ballet School demonstrate the differences between classical ballet technique and modern ballet more often seen in America and the West. Still haven't subscribed to Teen Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/tvyoutubesub CONNECT WITH TEEN VOGUE Web: http://www.teenvogue.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/TeenVogue Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/teenvogue Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TeenVogue Instagram: http://instagram.com/teenvogue Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/teenvogue Tumblr: http://teenvogue.tumblr.com/ The Scene: http://thescene.com/teenvogue Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://bit.ly/subthescene ABOUT TEEN VOGUE Fashion, beauty tips, celebrity style, pop culture, videos, and more-everything you need to be ahead of the trends. Fashion starts here. Classical vs. Modern Ballet Technique | Strictly Ballet 2 BONUS Starring: Mayumi Enokibara, Ella Titus, Valeriia Chaykina, Carlos Valdes, Gustavo Pachecco, and Margarita Armas
Sergei Polunin "Take me to Church" by Hozier Directed by David LaChapelle Choreography by Jade Hale-Christofi
Subscribe to the official Queen channel Here http://bit.ly/Subscribe2Queen Subscribe to the Official Queen Channel Here http://bit.ly/Subscribe2Queen English National Ballet Dancers Erina Takahashi, Lead Principal at English National Ballet. James Forbat, First Soloist at English National Ballet Choreographer James Streeter, Soloist at English National Ballet Welcome to the official Queen channel. Subscribe today for exclusive Queen videos, including live shows, interviews, music videos & much more. See the best of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor & John Deacon right here on YouTube. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/queenwillrock Give us a like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Queen
Modern Masters honours the work of three of the most influential choreographers of the 20th century: Jiří Kylián, John Neumeier and William Forsythe. Bold and galvanising, their choreographies are full of invention and energy, driven by music. 10 - 15 Mar 2015 - Sadler's Wells Find out more: http://www.sadlerswells.com/whats-on/2015/english-national-ballet/ http://www.sadlerswells.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/sadlers_wells Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SadlersWells Blog: http://blog.sadlerswells.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/sadlers_wells/
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-kkj6Kf0Zg&src_vid=dzthyW3RA00&feature=iv&annotation_id=5368d41d-0000-2568-a1bc-001a11c16466 Lyrical Jazz in Pomorska 21 - Choreography & Dance - Anna Julia Dębowska music: Jassie J. - Nobody's Perfect https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZT0AluuU1s Video production - MonsterCam Recorded by Blackmagic Production 4K, Dji Ronin place: www.facebook.com/Pomorska21 #jazz combos #jazz #dance #dancer #women #djironin #blackmagic4k #jessiej #nobodys #modern Jazz dance developed alongside jazz music in New Orleans in the early 1900s. The steps and essential style of this dance, however, originated from dances of Africans brought to the Americas as slaves. Originally, the term jazz dance encompassed any dance done to jazz music, including both tap dance and jitterbug. The term jazz dance was first used to describe dances done to the new-fangled jazz music of the early 20th century, but its origin lie in the dances brought from Africa by slaves shipped to America. At that time, it referred to any dance done to jazz music, which included both tap dance and jitterbug. A defining feature was its "free conversation-like style of improvisation."  Beginning in the 1930s and continuing through the 1960s, jazz dance transformed from its street form into a theatre-based performance art. During this time, choreographers from other genres experimented with the style., including George Balanchine, Agnes de Mille, Jack Cole, Hanya Holm, Helen Tamiris, Michael Kidd, Jerome Robbins, and Bob Fosse. All of these choreographers influenced jazz by requiring highly trained dancers, and introducing steps from ballet and contemporary dance. In the 1950s, jazz dance was profoundly influenced by Caribbean and Latin American influences introduced by Katherine Dunham.