Morden Dance at CISB

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Classes are from August 20, 2018 to December 20, 2018.

课程从2018年8月20号到2018年12月20号。

No classes:

  • September 22-24 Mid-Autumn/9月22-24中秋节
  • September 29-October 7 National Day/9月29-10月7国庆节

Canadian International school of Beijing need entry card to enter the gate, 100 RMB deposit. 100 RMB will return to you when you complete all courses. 

加拿大国际学校需要出入卡才能进入,每张卡的押金是100元,当您所有课程结束后可以交还此卡并且退您100

 

If you have any questions about our ballet classes, please feel free contact Serena Liu at 13801212465 or Kevin at beijing@dragonfire.com.cn

Schedule:

Tuesday, 16:45-17:45, 4-6 years old

Tuesday, 17:45-18:45, 7-8 years old

Tuesday, 18:45-19:45, 9 years old and up

 

Canadian International School of Beijing Dance Studio

Address: 38 Liangmaqiao Rd, Chaoyang, Beijing, China, 100125

北京加拿大国际学校

中国北京市朝阳区亮马桥路38号

When you arrive at the main gate: please walk down in the direction to the forth ring road (to the East) for about 200 meters, until you arrive at a secondary gate with a security guard to access the Canadian School.

Once inside, just walk to the corner of the first building and follow the swimming pool signs to the first basement of the Sports Building.

For the first time joining Ballet dance classes, please ask the Dragon Fire staff at the swimming pool to guide you to the Dance Studio.

About Modern Dance

Around 1980s, the world “contemporary dance” referred to the movement of new dancers who did not want to follow strict classical ballet and lyrical dance forms, but instead wanted to explore the area of revolutionary unconventional movements that were gathered from all dance styles of the world. Contemporary dances therefore do not use fixed moves and instead try to develop totally new forms and dynamics, such as quick oppositional moves, shifting alignments, expressions of raw emotions, systematic breathing, dancing moves preformed in non-standing positions (for example lying on the floor), and in general trying to find the absolute limits of our human form and physique.

The origins of this popular dance movement can be traced to several influential dance masters such as Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham and Merce Cunningham. They all wanted to show to the world that contemporary dancers should embrace freedom, ignore old dance conventions and explore the limits of the human body and visual expression of feelings. Also, one of the precursors to the contemporary dance can be found in the millennia’s old techniques of Zen Buddhism and Indian Health Yoga, which incorporates various dancing philosophies that closely follow the principles of contemporary dance.Dancer who introduced and greatly popularized the contemporary dance to the worldwide audience was Martha Graham (1894 – 1991). During her seven decade long career, her modern dance and choreographies gathered the fame that is today compared to the life works of legendary art geniuses such as Picasso, Stravinski and Frank Lloyd Wright.

Merce Cunningham refined the work that his colleague Martha Graham formed, and expanded with this his own improvements, choreographies and avant-garde dance techniques. During his long career he was regarded as one of the greatest creative forces in American dance, education dozens of worldwide famous dancers and thousands professional dancers who preserved his style until today.

Lester Horton was a very influential contemporary dance visionary, who trained many famous modern dancers and managed to incorporate the styles of Native American dance and modern jazz into his dance techniques.Contemporary dance is a popular form of dance which developed during the middle portion of the twentieth century and has since grown to become one of the dominating performance genres for formally trained dancers throughout the world, with particularly strong popularity in the U.S. and western Europe.

Although originally informed by and borrowing from classical, modern, and jazz styles, it has since come to incorporate elements from many styles of dance, but due to its popularity amongst trained dancers and some overlap in movement type, it is often perceived as being closely related to modern dance, ballet and other classical concert dance styles.

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