Practice in front of the mirror. Make sure you are looking straight at your reflection. Don’t look straight at the floor or table. Practice walking in a straight line.
Dance in the middle of the room.
Try to learn a new rhythm. You might hear things going off all around you that you don’t know. (Sometimes it’s just the wind, but sometimes a tune is playing on your inner ear.)
When the dance is over, start over with the music you’ve learned for practice.
What dance are you doing?
A lot of people come to BSC to practice choreography. It’s a great dance to help learn a new rhythm, or to add something new to your dance repertoire. You can also dance it in an area where you like to go and have fun.
You should probably try it out at home. Just find a spot that’s comfortable and doesn’t have too much light or noise. If you’re a beginner, you might not find it that way. But you might find that it helps you get started.
Learn the music
BSC is not the place you’d expect to find a dance tune. The BSC is the place where a dance is being taught, and you are being asked to dance it. It’s not a place where you find a beat or a melody. It’s a place where everyone is making the moves to create the dance, all through a simple process of motion.
So find something you’re able to play and practice. When someone dances a tune, they may not know the details of the move and the steps involved. Or even if they do, maybe the dance is not the one they’ve been practicing, but a variation of another dance. What if you don’t know the details of the moves involved? You’ve just had to learn the dance on a whim to practice it.
The other thing to remember is you should always start from scratch if you’re starting from a starting point with no practice on a different instrument or form. BSC offers the opportunity for a beginner to practice several dance moves in just the first hour or two of your time here. You’ll be much better prepared for the big-time dances when you can do it right out there.
Dancing and music have a lot of parallels. The same rhythm, the same melody, the same steps. Just because music is being danced doesn’t mean it is a dance. Dancers may not
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