Age ranges are only a guideline. Class leveling truly depends on individual skill level to be determined by teachers in first class
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Lyrical Dance Classes at Dance Centers of Orlando are determined by placement
A dance style fusion of ballet, modern and jazz dance techniques.
It is commonly set to popular music with vocals or just instrumental bars. The name lyrical comes from the word "lyrics" because dancers use the lyrics of a song or instrumental music to inspire them to do certain movements or show expression.
The goal of a lyrical dancer is to use gesture, facial expression, and controlled movements in order to execute their movements and emotions fully. Besides emotional connection to music, lyrical dance typically encourages use of articulation, line, weight, and movement qualities. Due to its demand for intermediate to advanced technical skill and emotional focus, it is popular primarily with teenage dancers.
As in most forms of dance, technique is the foundation for all dance movement. In particular, lyrical dancers benefit from a sound working knowledge of ballet technique and commonly includes ballet training.
Captain for The University of Central Florida's award winning dance team "The KnightMoves". Taught at many studios, as well as toured in many dance conventions & companies, such as Universal Dance and Cheer Association. Featured on the cover of Dancer & Fitness Magazine, as well as a spokesperson, acts, models, and TV hosting.
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