What is more popular today? Dance, book clubs, yoga studios, poetry readings or music festivals?
Dance is up there as one of the top interests. It attracts hundreds of thousands of people every day, performing, learning and watching it. The explosion of dance across the world cannot be missed. Especially here in Australia, where we have some amazing dancers. Even if it’s one of the oldest forms of communication and entertainment, the growth of dance has surprised most of us.
For some, it’s a fun thing to do. For others, such is their dedication, it’s a lifestyle. Much more than a job or vocation; dance completely fills the lives of many dancers, teachers, choreographers and even dance administrators.
Such is the popularity and power of dance around the world, politicians and business people are talking about the positive effects of a dance-based economy.
The tortured and natural beauty captured in some dance movements is like few other expressions
Countless movies of the dancer’s struggle have captured us over the years. Some of the most popular and tender music is composed for dance. And, there’s nothing better than hitting the dance floor and letting it happen. Whatever that is. In only a few places, can you see people act like wild beasts or sublime graceful beings. The dance floor is one because body movement is necessary and it connects humans in a unique way.
In only a few places, can you see people act like wild beasts or sublime graceful beings. The dance floor is one because body movement is necessary and it connects humans in a unique way.
If dance fills your life, you’ll love these blogs
Movement and Dance Education Centre
The Australian Ballet — Behind Ballet
Australian Dance Adjudicators
Australian Dance Review
Form Dance Projects
The Ballet Blog
A Dancer's Life