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Local and national provision in Modern dance In my essay I will write about local and national provision and I will explain how and where people can practise dance from young children to mature people. Everybody can be a professional dancer but it is so difficult. The best time for start learning is when we are a children. I think that big role makes the talent but I have no doubt that talent is not all. However in my opinion people who have the talent they have chance to be a very good professional dancer. But everybody (people with talent or without it) must have a lot of strength to work and strong will. Modern dance is a dance form developed in the early 20th century. Although the term Modern dance has also been applied to a category of 20th Century ballroom dances. In the early 1900s a few dancers in Europe started to rebel against the rigid constraints of Classical Ballet. As the field of Modern Dance has developed and other dance genres have become more defined, the term Modern Dance has become almost obsolete. The term Modern Dance today, is typified as being the style of theatrical dance seen in the period between the 1970s and 1980s. ...read more.

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It is the Brit School ,admission is at 14 (after National Curriculum Key Stage 3) and 16+ (after Key Stage 4/GCSE). The KS4 dance strand develops the students' understanding of dance through the study of choreography, performance, technique, appreciation and some basic working practices of the performing arts industry. The following subjects make up the programme of study: * Jazz Dance Technique * Contemporary Dance Technique * Choreography * Appreciation * The roles and responsibilities of people working in a performing company * Different types of venues for the performing arts * How to organise and evaluate a performing arts event The Post-16 dance strand is a two-year programme that involves the study of a range of dance techniques, performance skills, choreography and the theoretical aspects of the art form. All students who take this course will be working towards the BTEC National Certificate in Performing Arts (Dance). Some students may also choose to study the AS/A Level Dance qualification and some ISTD syllabuses are followed as part of the offer. The following subjects make the programme of study: * Jazz Dance Technique * Contemporary Dance Technique * Classical Ballet * Tap Dance * Other styles such as Modern Theatre Dance, African-Caribbean Dance, Lindy Hop and Street Dance (these may vary from year to year) ...read more.

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You can download the guidance notes or get them as part of the application pack through our enquiry team.) * Public art Disables people also can develop in dance. Type dance for disable people is ballroom. Modern dance disables people can't improve. In this type one or two partners are on the wheelchair. Special competitions take place a few times in year. In modern dance on local ,national and international competitions competitors can start in group in duo or in solo. Usually tree or four groups solo or duo which are the best on local competitions then they will go on national competitions. On this competition is very high level. Winners can go on international championship. On this competition we have change met with elite. Both male and female have got the same laws and statute. On competition we can start in different age's group. First is child 6-10 years second is junior 11-16 and senior +16. I think that in UK we have got a big horizons to dance. We can fund a lot of dance clubs ,school, teams. If we want devote our life to a dance we have chance do this in UK and London. London is the European centre of culture. ...read more.

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