Asked in DanceBallet
What is the difference between ballet jazz and contemporary dance?
December 18, 2008 1:44AM
haha so many differences. Ballet: the most structured out of the 3, is the building blocks of almost all dance. It requiers so so much strength, but has the most available jobs, out of them. Jazz: the happy one. well mostly. It's more cheesy, and joyful then the other two, but still demands lots of strength. It's like the dance you see on broadway. It usually contains alot of staight lines. Contemporary: the emo one. kinda, it just shows strong emotions, and is much free-er. if that's a word. I think it's the one that draws in the most male dancers. hope my amazing dance expertese helpped you, sorry bout the crappy spelling though. XP