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Meet St. John's amazing basketball 'mancer'
As the St. John's and Georgetown basketball teams started their pregame warm-ups at Madison Square Garden in late February, an athletic 20-year-old with a high-top fade and red shirt emblazoned with SJ stepped onto the historic floor. A group of dudes …
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Learning about ballet can be rewarding, fun and may even lead you into performing. Ballet is the basis of dance and whether you’re a beginner, adult, teacher or professional there’s always something more to learn.
There is much much more to ballet than little girls pirouetting on a stage in a dance school recital, or going to see a production of Swan Lake. Learning basic ballet steps gives you an excellent grounding for many forms of dance – modern, hip-hop and ballroom and even ice dancing are just examples.
Barre workout improves balance, coordination
Teresa Hardin, from right, Cindy Shannon and Deborah Cox participate in a barre fitness class at Body Smith studio on Wednesday September 3, 2014. (Photo: …. Barre studios typically have a large open space with mirrors and ballet barres fixed to the …
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Musicality In Ballet Class Facilitates The Difficult Aspects of Dancing
I once had a teacher who described it as “technically dishonest” to use or feel the music in any way in order to perform a step better.
You mean we should have been able to train with someone just hitting a pencil on a pot lid to keep us working together? Or have a metronome clicking in the studio?