Introduction to Dance Course:
Many children have passion towards dance. Dance is a kind of art which consists of pre selected steps which are composed before only. A complete package of all kind of dance, dancing steps, dancing forms is choreography. Dance can be categorized and described by its choreography. There are different kinds of dance like Theatrical dance or concert dance, Participatory dance like folk dance or social dance. As the movie industry is getting expanded, dance course is too getting a lot of demand.
After pursuing the course and you are sound in your skills, you can get the work in various film industries, ad industries, TV channels and moreover you may establish your school of dance. The main divisions of dance are classical, western and folk. There is no age bound in this field. Dance studies are offered through arts and humanities branch of most of the institutions. Aside from the physical aspects of dance, become knowledgeable about the entire field.
You can start learning at the 5 or 6 but if you want to purse graduation or post-graduation then you should be qualified for the 10+2 to have a better knowledge in this fields.
Colleges and Institutes offering Dance Course in India:
- Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, Central Delhi
- Nalanda Dance Research Centre’s Nalanda Nritya Kala Mahavidyalaya, Mumbai
- Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan – Bangalore
- Bangalore University, Faculty of Arts, Bangalore
- Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
- MR Govt. college of Music and Dance, Vizianagaram
- Banaras Hindu University, Unnao
- J.Govt.Music and Dance College,Hyderabad
- SBR College of Music and Dance, Hyderabad
- GVR Govt College of Music and Dance, Krishna
- Govenment Saradha Sangeetha Kalasala, Kurnool
Future in India:
Professional dancers display choreographed body movements and might appear in theater productions, TV shows, movies, and dance recitals. Dancers and choreographers held about 20,100 jobs in 2014. About half of dancers and choreographers worked in schools and performing arts companies in 2014. About 1 in 7 were self-employed.
Travel is often required as a professional dancer,Tours may last for months and about 15% of these workers are self-employed, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Eventually, some dancers become choreographers. Dancers and choreographers may also become theater, film, or television producers and directors.