Contemporary Dance is a style of expressive dance that consolidates components of a few move types including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical dance. Contemporary artists seek to associate the brain and the body through fluid movements. The expression “contemporary” is to some degree misleading: it depicts a genre that created amid the mid-twentieth century is still mainstream today.
Contemporary dance stresses flexibility and improvisation, in contrast to the strict, organized nature of ballet. Contemporary Dancers center around floorwork, utilizing gravity to pull them down to the floor. This move type is frequently done in bare feet. Contemporary dance can be performed to a wide range of styles of music.
Despite all the explanation that I just said, You cannot really describe what is contemporary dancing. because contemporary dance isn’t something that can be enough depicted in words. It is contemporary as in it exists just in the present physical moment. It is an interesting demonstration, and also, no two exhibitions are the equivalent.
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What is your story?
Since childhood, I showed a keen interest in dance and both of my parents support me by sending me to dance classes and joined several dance group. When I was in elementary school, I was one of the dance club member and I did performed for dance competitions and won several awards. I’m calling myself as a passionate dancer as my keen towards dancing will never end. Up until now, I am still a dancer even I work in different sector but I do join outside group as a part time dancer.
What excites you the most about your subject/industry?
What excites me the most about it are the arts itself. I learned about cultural in traditional ways and modern ways. Becoming a dancer taught me to be proud of my own culture. There is something about dancing that not everyone knows and only dancer knows what does it feels to perform on stage and to present own culture.
What are your biggest strength as a trainer?
My biggest strength as a trainer are passionate. As a trainer, I need to be passion on what I train as in dancing, it is my passion since childhood. I want people to learn about culture and how dancing can change your life. It can be one of exercise as well.
Who inspires you?
The one that I inspired the most are my teacher. He was also my trainer since childhood, Cikgu Johari. He taught me on how to be a good dancer, to be punctual and discipline as well.
What do you think about Tueetor?
I think Tueetor is a good platform for someone like me to share whatever talent and knowledge that we get. It is also a good place to earn as well.
Why should potential learners choose you?
To find a dance teacher nowadays are not that difficult but to find for someone who is passion about it, might be difficult.