Do you think we’re too young to learn dance?
Dancing teaches a lot about society and culture. Dance is one of the ways in which we create and express who we are, and the more we do it, the more our individual identities are formed.
Some social dances are more popular in certain countries’ societies than others. For instance, there are some American dance schools which encourage the mixing of dance styles. But to really learn, you’ll need to look abroad. You’ll want to take dance lessons from abroad.
What about ballet?
Arnold, which was introduced here about 500 years ago, is a pretty popular dance. But you’ll also find some dances which were introduced here from other parts of Europe, like Bolero. The most popular dance of New York is French-style Chantilly. The best dance school here is the Institute of Modern Dance New York. Also there are other dances which were imported in the 19th century, like “Cantaloupe de Tango,” which is a fusion of German and Caribbean dancing styles.
Are all dance styles welcome in New York?
That question has been bouncing around in our heads all semester. “Do all dance styles even need a place to work and play?” But it is true that many dance students who can’t find an appropriate dance scene to practice in have developed their own forms of dance, like the Bambino, the Spade, and the Ballet of Latin America. But those are all based on styles from abroad. It’s more exciting to learn a new type of dance where the teachers and students have the same artistic interests and approaches. At NYU, all of the students are members of the Dance Committee and take turns teaching.
Are all dance types welcome?
All of dance styles are welcome here. In fact the only restriction on dances here is that they must be contemporary, contemporary with current dance trends, or contemporary with contemporary music.
What do people think about New York dance?
The students love it because the school is so welcoming to students of all ages and backgrounds. Students also like the cultural diversity. We’re very much interested in the musical diversity in the school, along with the dance diversity.
I would say people think we’re a “dance school,” while others think we’re an arts school. It’s nice to have diversity within an arts school, as well as across the entire school.
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