Jazz Do It! Hall Showcase
Recommended Size 8 - 100
Programme Format On-site, Digital
Cost $3000.00 Per session
Primary Art Form - Sub-Genre Dance - Jazz
Student Profile Primary Lower, Primary Middle, Primary Upper, Secondary Lower, Secondary Upper, JC/CI, ITE, SPED
Secondary Art Form - Sub-Genre -
Venue (where applicable)
Programme Synopsis Jazz Dance was first developed in the 19th century, it has a rich history and culture and showcases the blend between modern dance techniques with jazz style. Music in Jazz can range from slow to fast tempos and students will be exposed to a slightly different genre of music and how this dance when coupled with the right music choice can turn into an awesome performance producing An intriguing showcase that demonstrates evolvement of movements in Jazz Dance. This will aid in student visual training while watching the different dance genres and styles. The showcase highlights the jazz dance history and new age jazz styles through the different tempo of music. The jaw-dropping performance will influence the audience to feel the heat and the beat. Our showcase includes an interaction segment with our professional dance coaches to gain an experience of learning some basic Jazz dance as dance trends are changing, new styles and movements are continuously being improvised. As such, different trends of Jazz Dance from past to present will be exhibited. (Broadway, Modern and Street Jazz) With our movement program of street dance technique, students will not only have a better understanding of their dance but also learn to appreciate the long history of DANCE. Students will also get to experience performing in front of a crowd, which will assist in developing 21st century competencies to navigate the world as a confident person.
Focus Areas Appreciate Arts & Culture, Acquire Skills & Knowledge
Point of Emphasis Industry Explorations
Lesson Goal #1 Introduce students to Jazz dance culture. Spark their interest, appreciate the art form of dance.
Lesson Goal #2 Showcase the different styles of jazz dance and how they are able to be put together in a performance
Lesson Goal #3 Engage students to come on stage to learn and perform with the instructors. Encourages positive encouragement, and builds confidence.
Visualiser, Microphone, Audio/Sound System
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