Dancing is not just a beautiful choreography, with sparkly costumes and impressive body tricks. Dance is a way of self-expression, an opportunity to tell a story. How do you make the audience enjoy your story?
PATIENCE AND WORK ARE KEYS TO BEAUTIFUL DANCE.
Before you set foot on the dance path, you need to prepare for the fact that dancing is long and hard work: through muscle pain, fatigue, and the desire to give up. Do not give up, be persistent - and open up more and more possibilities of your own body. Willpower is the first thing you need to train to become a good dancer. Even if some moves do not work, if your body doesn't listen. Try again and again, and in the end, your body will submit to you.
DANCE HAS A SOUL
No matter how technical you'll get and how fast you'll turn, and how hick you'll kick your legs if your soul is empty, your dance will not be memorable and impressive. Do not reduce it to a mechanical repetition of memorized movements; put your soul into each step, and feel the dance's character. It is the dancer's charisma and charm, feel for every move on the stage that guarantee that the dance will be appreciated by the audience.
DON'T DISMISS THE MUSIC'S EFFECT
In order to really feel the dance in all its depth, pay special attention to the selection of the music. High quality, clear sound and high volume are essential. to a great performance
DO NOT LIMIT YOURSELF
Even if you are engaged in one dance form from early childhood, do not dwell on it. Of course, no one expects a ballerina to suddenly jump into hip-hop, but you should try to train in different dance styles. I can't even begin to count how many times we had to let go of a great dancer just because she just couldn't dance anything but one dance style. Training in multiple styles will get you better feel your body, which is exactly what is needed for those who are thinking about becoming a professional dancer.
LEARN, LEARN AND LEARN AGAIN!
No matter how strong your performance is, there is always room for improvement. Visit masterclasses and workshops both in your hometown and abroad. Take classes with different dancers. Watch and be inspired by various artists. In our internet era, it is all at the tip of your fingers. Find an opportunity to learn from them at least sometimes - and your dance level will grow higher and higher.