In our new Vlog, Harriet and Kirsty give us Ten Tips for Tap Dancers, to help you sharpen your tap dancing skills.
Harriet and Kirsty teach a one hour tap dance class with a traditional rhythmic approach to technique to build on tap skills with various drills, time steps and turns.
In their tap class, Harriet and Kirsty teach classic MGM-style choreography informed by jazz tap history, giving you historical tap dance context and building an understanding of swing music and its sensitivities.
Home to a collective mix of dance and performing arts talent, 2018 is set to be the biggest event in MOVE IT’s 13-year history!
Taking place from 16th-18th March 2018 in London, the 3-day show brings together professionals, educators, dance enthusiasts, and iconic performers from around the world.
Learn from the best in the business including Pineapple, Lukas McFarlane, Kalani Hilliker and Stephanie Elswood, to mention just a few…
Yami ‘Rowdy’ Lofvenberg
Pineapple will be there at our own Pineapple stand 349 and Pineapple Move It Dance classes, taught by Yami ‘Rowdy’ Lofvenberg. Yami is an award-winning choreographer, dancer and lecturer and well known within the Hip Hop Community. Rowdy will lead an invigorating workshop, teaching social party dances. Get ready sweat and enjoy the old school party vibe. Pineapple Dance Goodies can be won at this class!” All Pineapple classes at Move It are now SOLD OUT.
Buy ‘New Essential Guide To Tap Dance’ by Pineapple Tap Dance Tutor Derek Hartley!
From the propulsive rhythm of the African dancer, to the swinging ragtime of the American jazz age, tap dancing has evolved into a unique blend of cultural expression,improvisation and creativity, open to all ages and abilities.
Emancipation of Expressionism – A hip-hop dance film from Boy Blue Entertainment directed by Danny Boyle
Emancipation of Expressionism, an 11-minute piece of hip-hop dance theatre, from Olivier Award-winning company Boy Blue Entertainment (BBE) a Barbican Artistic Associate, has been captured on film by Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle in a staged performance at London’s Barbican Theatre.
Popping, locking, waacking, breaking, hip-hop and krumping, all specialist hip-hop and street dance styles, will reach a new audience via the film’s multi-platform release, details of which will be announced in the coming weeks.