The details are kind of rough in this video, but this is a phrase I created and will be working with as we move forward. https://youtu.be/MpLvjerCi3c
hey tatyanna! the movements in the phrase work really well and goes with the sound! i would just make sure to look at your dancers hand because they are different from yours. otherwise i cant wait to see how this turns out.
Hey Tatanya this is Bri if you couldn’t tell but yesss with the combination I really enjoyed watching your movement. I see that you’ve used repetition in the beginning of your piece and have different facing. Think about the details because it’s a upbeat piece, you wanna make sure your audience understands your movement not saying I don’t but more like where are your hands suppose to be placed at, are y’all supposed to go all the way low, you know stuff like that. ill suggest play with more traveling and level changes. Good Job again I can’t wait to see more, think about costumes and a location.
Hi Tatanya! I couldn't stop smiling watching your phrase! The quality is so happy and fun, and the music you chose fits great for the concept you mentioned before. I'm curious as to what you're thinking of for costuming? Looking forward to seeing this grow!!
I really found your movement interesting to watch! How many dancers are bing used in this piece? Also, what location will it be filmed at? I feel like this is a great first phrase and am excited to see what you do with it! I also feel like it would be interesting to try using choreographic devices like fragmentation or retrograde :))
The stop and go element is intriguing and maybe something to think about is to get those really sharp (I know this was probably just learned) but it could help your choreo been seen more clearly!
Hey Tatanya! Great start! I remember you saying how you wanted to do a fun piece and this is definitely fun, both the music and movement. Question, is it a duet or a solo? Either way it works and I'm interested to see where this piece goes! 😊
I love your beginning. Have a clear focus when performing movement. Try instrumention.