Contemporary dance is a sort of cross between modern and Ballet- it uses modern steps but is slower than modern andis quite balletic.
The first thing is I think you mean Contemporary dance! If you do read the following, if not I'm sorry. Contemporary dance is a genre of dance that uses movements that are different to other types of dance. It is hard to define the style, as the style is fluid yet nebulous.
Unlike traditions such as ballet, contemporary dance is not associated with specific dance techniques. In contemporary dance, people attempt to explore the natural energy and emotions of their bodies to produce a movements. Contemporary dance is characterized by its versatility.
'Contemporary' means 'Modern' in the context of dance.
Contemporary dance was invented around about the 1920's
Contemporary Dance Company of Angola was created in 1991.
London Contemporary Dance School was created in 1966.
City Contemporary Dance Company was created in 1979.
There are quite a few places where contemporary dance came from. This sort of dance started in the recital hall as a deviation from classical dance.
there are no steps. its contemporary, its all about feeling and the way you interpret a song.
modern contemporary is a very slow and dramatic type of dance in the dance you do many drags, reaches, leaps, and turns.
Contemporary dance is the name given to a group of concert dance forms. It is a collection of systems and methods developed from modern and postmodern dance and, as such, is not a unique dance technique.
Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance was created in 1926.