Dance class in Sharjah & Dubai, We provide professional dance training and instill a soul for the art of dance. We provide training in hip-hop, Bollywood, Ballet, Classical Dance, Contemporary.
Hip-hop dance classes in Dubai & Sharjah. Hip-hop dance is a unique and exciting style of street dance that is most commonly performed in hip-hop music. Hip-hop dance is a vibrant form of dance that combines a variety of freestyle movements to create a cultural piece of art. Through its three main styles of popping, locking, and breaking, hip-hop dance has evolved into one of the most popular and influential styles of dance.
Instructors: Jickson, Sobin, Adil
Bollywood Dance classes in Sharjah & Dubai. Bollywood’s name is derived from Bombay (now Mumbai), India. Bollywood is the Mumbai Film industry (India’s Hindi Film Industry). The name “Bollywood” was coined during the 1970s. It is India’s and the world’s largest film industry in terms of films produced and released each year. The term Bollywood originated when the Indian film industry overtook the Hollywood film industry.
Instructors: Jickson, Sobin
Ballet Dance Classes in Dubai & Sharjah, Ballet, theatrical dance in which a formal academic dance technique—the danse d’école—is combined with other artistic elements such as music, costume, and stage scenery. The academic technique itself is also known as ballet. This article surveys the history of ballet.
Classical dance in Sharjah & Dubai. Classical Dance in Colorful, enchanting, and entrenched in local folklore and tradition – India’s classic dance forms sit at the heart of the country’s vibrant culture.
Music, dance, and folk performance are among the pillars of local cultural traditions in India. From Tamil Nadu in the south to Uttar Pradesh in the north, each of India’s historic provinces cultivates a rich culture of dance and music – with distinct styles of classical dance passed down through the generations.
Instructors: Jinu biju, Manila
Contemporary dance classes in Dubai & Sharjah, Contemporary is another word for “modern” or “current”. If something is contemporary, it belongs in the here and now, the current time period. Contemporary dance is therefore always changing with the times and developing and takes its inspiration from many different modern forms of dance. It can be danced to almost any style of music, and it can be mixed up with other dance forms such as streetdance, ballet, Jazz dance, African and Asian dance, and other forms of exercise such as martial arts and yoga, to create new dance moves. It was developed in the early 20th century as a reaction against the set rules and techniques of ballet. Practicing contemporary dance involves learning a range of techniques and styles which are used in dance classes, dance workshops, and dance choreography, and exploring your own creativity through movement.
Instructors: Asif CK, Sobin