Emotions through dance performance
One of the most well-known ways to express emotion is through dance: pain, anger or joy.
People dance in order to celebrate, commemorate as they also dance when preparing for some ritual.
Whatever the reason is, dance is an art form that is amazing to look and there are many dances from around the world.
Exploring Cultural Dance
Japanese cultural dances relate to religions and social eras in Japanese history. Japanese cultural dance forms and styles span historical court dances, religious dances, and traditional folk dances. In Japan, dance remains an integral part of the historical theatrical entertainment and it’s beautiful to see all that is involved.
In Europe, there are a variety of folk dances from countries such as Portugal, Spain, Russia, Poland, Turkey, Poland and so much more. Visit Europe!
Fandango, is original from Ribatejo in Portugal. It involves the dancers tapping their feet and quickly changing their positions.
Polk is a Central European dance and also a type of dance music familiar throughout Europe and the Americas.
Mexico has a wealth of natural and cultural resources. Mexican dance captures the rhythm, emotion, and movement of an exciting society with a heritage rich in tradition.
Bharata Natyam was developed over centuries in the temples in Southern India. It was handed down as a living tradition from one generation to the next under the Devadasi system, wherein women were dedicated to serving the deity as dancers and musicians.
The Belly Dance also is known as “Raqs Sharqi” is traditionally a solo dance performed by women. This Middle Eastern dance was taught within families and the ladies dance during celebrations.
In Egypt, different patterns, colours, and melodies tell us the history of the country. El Tanoura dance performance with round skirts is based on the belief that the Earth begins and ends at the same point.