I have to declare my major next Fall, and plan to major in dance. I've been a ball of energy since I was a kid (and still am now) and I love to dance, sing and listen to music, but I haven't actually /danced/ since I was five--once my parents divorced, I moved, and never was able to take dance again, due to finances.
I plan to stretch every day, so that by the time my study starts, I'll at least have some flexibility. I'm already going to try out one dance course this spring semester--it's good to test the waters early, but I have a feeling that I'm going to stick with it. I've dreamt of taking a dance class my whole life, but never thought I'd have the opportunity, and now I do.
My college's program doesn't require an audition, and I don't plan to become a professional dancer. But dance majors and dancers alike, do you have any advice to give me, on what I should buy, exercises to practice before Fall, or anything of the like?
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just remember, it would be for a grade. often times, the arts become annoying, when you feel pressure on it. i know i did. when i was playing clarinet for a grade, i was always pressured, especially because when i was in high school, my director told me i wouldn't be able to participate in band, if i failed my math class.
just remember, dance should be fun, right?0