International Choreographers Day
Since the beginning of time, dance has been a vital part of culture and human life. And the way that dances are created comes from some very special and talented people: choreographers.People have probably been moving to rhythms as long as there has been music. Archaeologists found evidence of dancing as early as 7000 BC. It is possible that dancing has been around for even longer. The earliest evidence of dancing was found by archaeologists in 7000 BC. It is possible that dance goes back even further. The Tony Awards have given choreographers recognition on Broadway for their excellence over the past 70 years. The Primetime Emmy Award in Outstanding Choreography and MTV Video Music Award in Best Choreography are two other awards that choreographers have received in the US. You can take some inspiration from these or create your own unique ideas. One of the best ways you can honor International Choreographers Day, is to start dancing. While freestyle dancing is fine, this is not the time to learn how to perform a well-known dance sequence. You can either learn it with a partner, or by yourself. It could be comical, with Napoleon Dynamite’s energetic performance to Canned Heat from Jamiroquai. You can also go back to the seventies with the John Travolta dance sequence to More than a Woman by the Bee Gees in Saturday Night Fever. It doesn’t matter what song you choose, it doesn’t matter if you keep it for yourself or share it with friends. This is the perfect opportunity to learn choreography. You might want to watch one of these incredible dancing films in celebration of International Choreographers Day. You might write a note to someone you know or send a note of appreciation at your local theater or dance group. International Choreographers Day is a great opportunity to thank someone who works in music or dance. Anyone who is able to move can let loose and do what they enjoy! You never know what amazing pieces of moving art may result from creating a new dance. Choose a song, then spend some time on International Choreography Day getting creative with dance to create your own unique dance sequences!