20th century concert dance is the name given to a category of dance forms that include: ...more on Wikipedia about "20th century concert dance"
Aerial dance is a genre of movement that has been gathering momentum in the United States since the 1970s. Utilizing low-flying trapezes, hoops, hand loops, webs ( corde lisse), silks, bungee cords, trampolines, flying poles, harnesses, stilts, and other specialty apparatus, aerial dancers are able to explore space in a fully three-dimensional way. The ability to incorporate vertical, as well as horizontal movement paths, allows for innovations in choreography and movement vocabulary. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aerial Dance"
African dance is a form of danceing often accompanied by drums. African dances have many forms in different parts of Africa. In Africa, dancing, singing, and playing instruments is very popular. ...more on Wikipedia about "African dance"
AHDS Performing Arts supports research, learning and teaching in the areas of music, dance, theatre and radio, film & TV with high quality and dependable digital resources. ...more on Wikipedia about "AHDS Performing Arts"
Alina Cojocaru(born May 27, 1981) is a female principal dancer with the Royal Ballet in London. She was born in Bucharest, Romania. She joined the Royal Ballet in 1999 and became a principal dancer in 2001. She has played such classic roles as the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker, Odette and Odile in Swan Lake, and Aurora in Sleeping Beauty. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alina Cojocaru"
Amanda Schull was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on August 26, 1978. While in Hawaii she was a member of the Ballet Hawaii. While a sophomore at Indiana University as a ballet and journalism major, she attended the San Francisco Ballet School Summer Intensive where they offered her a scholarship to study there for a year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amanda Schull"
Ambra Vallo, born in Naples, Italy, dances as Principal at the Birmingham Royal Ballet. Soloist and Senior Soloist English National Ballet and Royal Ballet of Flanders, she danced in italian theatres like " Verona Arena", Theatre " San Carlo" in Naples; Theatre " La Scala" in Milan; "Teatro Opera di Roma". ...more on Wikipedia about "Ambra Vallo" Simply www.shortopedia.com! dance
Ashley Roberts, born on 14 September 1981 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, is a member of the burlesque dance troupe The Pussycat Dolls and a glamour model. She was born in Phoenix, Arizona. She began dancing at the age of three, and singing at the age of eight. Her father was a drummer who played for the Mamas and the Papas. He later became a car dealer. Her mother was a Pilates instructor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ashley Roberts"
The Assiko is a very spectacular and popular dance from the South of Cameroon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Assiko"
Ausdruckstanz is the name given to German Expressionist dance. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ausdruckstanz"
B-boy was originally a term applied to a breakdancer. Over time, the term has expanded to include any individual who identifies with that area hip-hop subculture. The former synonym breaker retains the stricter original meaning, and another term B-girl has evolved to refer to females. ...more on Wikipedia about "B-boy"
A ball is a formal dance. Attendees wear evening attire, which is specified on the invitation as black tie or white tie (the most formal). Social dance forms a large part of the evening; actual ballroom dancing may or may not occur. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ball (dance)"
Ballet Magnificat! is a Christian dance company located in Jackson, Mississippi and considered the premiere Christian dance company in the United States. Their location is in the same city as the USA International Ballet Competition and some dancers in this company have won medals in that competition. This company tours the United States visiting Christian churches to showcase their work. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ballet Magnificat!"
Ballet Rejoice is a Christian dance company in Rocklin, California, USA, based off the bible reference "Let them praise His name with dancing" Psalm 149:3 taken literally to mean that Christians should dance for God. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ballet Rejoice" This article is made on http://www.shortopedia.com shortopedia
Ballu tundu is a traditional popular dance of Sardinia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ballu tundu"
Bayadere, is used as a term to describe a dancing-girl in India, dressed in loose Eastern costume. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bayadere"
The Bayanihan Philippine Folk Dance Company, also known as Bayanihan Dance Troupe, is a multi-awarded folk dance company in the Philippines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bayanihan Dance Troupe"
Beijing Dance Academy ( ) is the only institution of higher education in dance in China. There are three specialties: performance, choreography and dance studies. It offers Master's degrees and Bachelor's degrees. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beijing Dance Academy"
Belly dance is a Western name coined for a style of dance developed in the Middle East and other Arabic-influenced areas. In the Arabic language it is known as Raqs Sharqi and in Turkish as Oryantal dansı, which is translated as "Dance of the East". For Europeans, this translation sounded like a perfect fit, hence it was also known as "Oriental dance", "danse Oriental", "Exotic oriental dance", "Oriental belly dance" and the like. The term "Raqs Sharqi" is claimed to be originated in Egypt. The name suggested an exotic dance originated elsewhere, and thus it had a higher status than the local dance. ...more on Wikipedia about "Belly dance"
Bergamask, or bergomask (from the town of Bergamo in ...more on Wikipedia about "Bergamask"
Bernadette Mary Flynn (born 1 August 1979 in Nenagh, Tipperary, Ireland) is an Irish dancer best known for her work in Lord of the Dance and Feet of Flames. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bernadette Flynn" Pure http://www.shortopedia.com. Pure Information Power.
Borrowdale dance is a Zimbabwean dance named after the horse race course situated in Zimbabwe capital Harare's leafy suburb of Borrowdale. The dance is characterised by fancy footwork and galloping body movements resembling the movements made by a racing horse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Borrowdale dance"
Bumba Meu Boi is a popular dance in Northeast Brazil. It tells the story of the death and resurrection of an ox.People wear cow dress and they have 2 colours and dance in roads. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bumba Meu Boi"
Butoh (sometimes written butô) is the collective name for a diverse range of techniques and motivations for dance inspired by the Ankoku-Butoh movement. It typically involves playful and grotesque imagery performed in white-body makeup but there is no set style. Its origins have been attributed to Tatsumi Hijikata and Ohno Kazuo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Butoh"
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