CLASSIC INTERMEDIARY + CONTEMPORARY DANCE + POINTE + MODERN/JAZZ

At this level, the classic technique is still developing through a progressive program and becomes more important for the contemporary dance.

At the end of the 19th century in the West, the modern dance was a refusal of the rigid rules of classical dance. This discipline was born from a desire to find another body that was shaped rigorously, with a diabolic technical precision and a special physic for this discipline.

With these fluid movements, free and continuous, the modern and contemporary dance deconstructs some aesthetics and adapts better to a natural body.

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