Dance and pandemic 2020

personSlađana Milošević
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Dear readers! We do hope you have had nice and peaceful holiday season. We wish everyone a Happy 2021. and that we soon return to our normal lives. We would also like to thank you for following us over the past year and liking our posts on social media. For the beginning of this year, the story of how dancing…
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Dance and nature

personSlađana Milošević
history3 minutes reading
Everyday I go for an early morning walk. That morning, not far from my house, in front of a beautiful villa, there was this leaf dancing. I paused to look. And to make a video. https://plesigrad.rs/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/dancing-leaf-sladja-oct2020.mp4   This leaf danced calmly, happily and carefree. I couldn’t see what was holding it in the air, the dance was simply magical! That…
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The dance chose little Leona

personSlađana Milošević
history5 minutes reading
We had two interviews until now, with Ildiko from Hungary and Milagros, from Spain/Belgium. They are both passionate dancers. This time we talked with Nela Maran (USA); her beautiful daughter Leona dances from an early age. We wanted Nela to tell us, from the position of a parent, why she thinks children should dance. PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF BRIEFLY FOR OUR…
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Interview – Milagros Jiménez

personSlađana Milošević
history5 minutes reading
We are very happy that after Ildi, we have another global citizen giving us an interview. We are so grateful to my dear friend Milagros for talking to us about her passion for dancing. PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF BRIEFLY FOR OUR READERS (WHERE DO YOU COME FROM, WHAT DO YOU DO FOR LIVING, WHAT ARE YOU HOBBIES AND ANYTHING ELSE YOU…
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Dancing princess

personSlađana Milošević
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Netflix TV Series “The Crown”, Season 4 is just released this November. This season introduces us Lady Diana. Diana, Princess of Wales (born Diana Frances Spencer; 1 July 1961 – 31 August 1997) was a member of the British royal family. She was the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, the heir apparent to the British throne, and was the mother of Prince William and Prince Harry (Diana, Princess…
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Interview – Ildikó Nádas

personSlađana Milošević
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The first woman, an African-American in space, Dr. Mae Jemison often talks about how much dancing helped her in her career. We wrote  about it on our blog here (Space and Dance). This text gave us the idea to do interviews with dancers from all across the world. We would like them to tell us how the dance helped them in…
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Creativity in choreography

personSlađana Milošević
history5 minutes reading
Because that is what dance does, it changes the world Parris Renee Goebel (MNZM*) also known professionally as Parris, is a New Zealand choreographer, dancer, singer, director and actress. She is the founder and main choreographer of the dance school “The Palace Dance Studio” in which groups such as: ReQuest, Sorority, Bubblegum and The Royal Family stand out, the latter…
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We dance

personSlađana Milošević
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The idea for this text was given to me by Suzana; she sent me a text about how much Sharon Stone likes to dance. (text Is in Serbian language). And then the words of the song “We dance” of the famous Croatian Group “Prljavo Kazaliste”, which we all here love and know, imposed themselves as the title. Let’s see who…
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Dance your life

personSlađana Milošević
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Every year, for the last few year, I attend online summit where teachers, doctors, mystics from all over the world share their knowledge and wisdom with the goal of helping people live more fulfilled, better lives. (Officially, it is the “Shamanism Summit”, where a shaman means a guide or a person who heals, “travels” between worlds to gather information and…
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Golden ratio and dance

personSlađana Milošević
history2 minutes reading
As a mathematical and natural phenomenon, the Golden Ratio has to do with the Fibonacci sequence, the Stradivarius violin, the sunflower. The golden ratio was used by Mozart and Le Corbusier in the field of visual arts, architecture and music, but is rarely used in the field of dance, states Ethan Barbee (1) in his work. This led me to…
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