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Re: Dance

Post by sembgal » Fri Aug 23, 2013 10:04 pm

rockmoo wrote:Heard from my dancer friend that either Chinese dance or ballet provide very good basic for young children.

Any one like to recommend any chinese dance schools? I'm more into Chinese dance than Ballet.
Chinese Dance for adults and senior citizens:
Queenstown CC
Nanyang CC
Lengkee CC
Telok Ayer CC
Kebun Bahru CC
Chong Pang CC
Tiong Bahru CC

If you are looking at children Chinese dance, I recommend Nanyang CC as they have 8 different grades for children in Chinese Dance.
Jointly introduced by the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and the Beijing Dance Academy, this course comprises a total of eight grades starting from Pre-Primary to Grade 8.

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K-pop Aerobics

Post by sleepy » Fri Nov 01, 2013 8:27 am

I saw this on TV. An hour session dancing to more than 10 K-pop songs. Seems like lots of fun.

Any idea where to attend such aerobic classes?

I can't seem to find much info.

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Re: Dance

Post by GreenBird » Sat Nov 16, 2013 10:46 am

rockmoo wrote:Heard from my dancer friend that either Chinese dance or ballet provide very good basic for young children.

Any one like to recommend any chinese dance schools? I'm more into Chinese dance than Ballet.
Can go Hokkien huay kuan
Chinese dance

http://www.shhkact.com.sg/cl2014.html

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Zumba for kids

Post by vfong1 » Fri Feb 21, 2014 11:32 am

hi,

Any good suggestion for Zumba dance for kids?

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Dancing Classes

Post by medontknowwhattosay » Fri Mar 28, 2014 8:53 pm

I am really passionate about dancing, but I don't know how to express it to my parents, because everytime I talk to them about outside enrichment classes, they tend to shut off? I don't know why. Most parents usually would really love their kid to go. What should I do to make them be more aware and get me to sign up? I have even went to far measures of going to the CC and taking the brochures or flyers. What should I do? D:


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Re: All About Dancing

Post by pharmacharak » Tue Jun 24, 2014 2:01 pm

Hello,
Dancing is itself very unique thing then it should be nay form of dance. Each dance form has some meaning and children's are more attracted in their young age. Ballet or Chines dance are the form in which they can learn discipline which is very important in the young age... :imcool:

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Re: All About Dancing

Post by Keara Adara » Sat Mar 14, 2015 6:50 am

Hi, I'm a 14-yr-old, currently no extracurricular activities. Want to get a higher ballet grade by 18 for university reasons. So just asking, how long did your children take to get up the grades for ballet (from beginner level)?

TIA.

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Re: Dance

Post by phtthp » Sat Mar 14, 2015 10:20 am

sembgal wrote: If you are looking at children Chinese dance, I recommend Nanyang CC as they have 8 different grades for children in Chinese Dance.

Jointly introduced by the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and the Beijing Dance Academy, this course comprises a total of eight grades starting from Pre-Primary to Grade 8.
taught by Ms Tan Chai Hwang

https://sites.google.com/a/npdancegroup.org/ws/

Nanyang cc
https://one.pa.gov.sg/CRMSPortal/CRMSPo ... 59801&CWT=

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Re: All About Dancing

Post by rachels1982 » Mon Mar 16, 2015 7:01 pm

Keara Adara wrote:Hi, I'm a 14-yr-old, currently no extracurricular activities. Want to get a higher ballet grade by 18 for university reasons. So just asking, how long did your children take to get up the grades for ballet (from beginner level)?

TIA.
This website offers more info about ballet levels and the skill required to progress: http://www.shaywarddance.com/html/ballet_levels.html

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Re: All About Dancing

Post by phtthp » Mon Mar 16, 2015 7:10 pm

rachels1982 wrote: This website offers more info about ballet levels and the skill required to progress: http://www.shaywarddance.com/html/ballet_levels.html
This website is in Montara, US.
Not applicable to Sg children

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