Groove to the Street: Kpop or Hippie Hop
Recommended Size 8 - 30
Language English, Mandarin
Programme Format On-site, Digital, Blended (mix of on-site and digital)
Cost $150.00 Per hour
Primary Art Form - Sub-Genre Dance - Funk, Hip-hop/K-pop, Urban, Interpretive, Choreography
Student Profile Primary Upper, Secondary Lower, Secondary Upper, JC/CI, ITE
Secondary Art Form - Sub-Genre -
Venue (where applicable)
Programme Synopsis Hippie Hop! is a Dance Enrichment programme designed to help students appreciate the art form, spark curiosity and building the connection through hip hop dance and understand the evolution of hip hop dance from the 1970s to current. The program also allows students to learn movements in a more energetic and fun setting. Hip Hop dance genre allows students to build strength and groove, feeling the music in them and thus allowing them to move freely and express their feelings through movements. Tempos can range from slow pop ballad to fast mainstream hip hop songs and through the difference in music, students learn to manage and control their energy and strength through the dance moves. Hip hop dance helps students to develop movement coordination and strength from foundation to advance levels. The movement exploration through music with learning basic moves as fundamentals help to develop their creative thinking and allow students to have more confidence in movement creation, as they learn to choreograph the music they listen to which helps to improve mental focus, capacity and alertness. In addition to the face to face physical sessions with our well trained instructors on the ratio of 1:30, the Programme is now adapting to enable live streaming through online platforms such as Zoom, Google Meet / Google Hangout / Google Classrooms. We can also provide pre-recorded videos that can be purchased within the cost of the programme to be shared with the students. The outcome of the programme will be letting students acquire the knowledge of hip hop techniques, learning through a fun environment and students will be engaged in hands on group work and creative exploration from what they have learnt and to conceptualise a piece of combo and routine with varies choreography techniques as well as learning the etiquettes as a performer.
Focus Areas Appreciate Arts & Culture, Acquire Skills & Knowledge
Point of Emphasis Not applicable
Lesson Goal #1 To spark interest and awareness in Hip Hop Dance Culture and History, appreciate how dance in different countries connects in Singapore arts scene.
Lesson Goal #2 To motivate students, equip them with life skills and values acquired through dance by engaging them to lead simple class exercises and group work.
Lesson Goal #3 To articulate & identify key learning points with facilitated discussions. Conceptualise and learn how to evaluate, create their own pieces as a team
Microphone, Visualiser, Audio/Sound System
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