Please submit sites dealing with this ballet, including performance notes, studies, and reviews.Welcome to ODP-Ballet: the premiere repository of sites for all things ballet. The Internet contains an enormous amount of Ballet Dance information. Perhaps too much. Personal pages are going through an explosion. Every week, a new dance/ballet site is created by an amateur dancer, eager to show off their personal photos and opinions. You are more than welcome to join this category and help us organize the wonderful world of Ballet. You will not regret it!
Please submit sites in English only. If your site is both in English and another language we can still list it. However, if you don''t have English language version we suggest that you list under appropriate World category.Sites listed in the Ballroom Dance category will provide information on the dance style, competitions, dancers, education and training, and dance venues. Please be sure that the suggested site is in English and meets the standard acceptable requirements for content. Sites not available in English should be suggested to the most appropriate World category. Please check for the most appropriate subcategory prior to submitting. Ballroom dancing is a style of partner dance that includes but is not limited to the waltz, tango, foxtrot, quickstep, viennese waltz, cha cha, rumba, samba, paso doble and jive. Couples typically follow a conventional pattern of steps for the various dances.
Please state what materials your web page/web site contains.There are 7 classical dance styles of India. Each are spiritual in nature, and originate from the Natya Shastra (ca.3000 B.C.) which is the Treatise based on the essences of the 4 Great Vedas; the Atharva Veda, Sam Veda, Yajur Veda and Rig Veda. These dances are still very popular in each metropolis of India and in the relevant region of India in which they have been danced for centuries. There are several dance schools for each type of dance style, both in India and abroad. The dance styles covered here are - Bharata Natyam (from Tamil Nadu) - Kathak (from Uttar Pradesh and Jaipur) - Kathakali (from Kerala) - Kuchipudi (from Andhra Pradesh) - Manipuri (from Manipur) - Mohiniattam (from Kerala) - Odissi (from Orissa)
Please submit websites focused on dance or drill teams. This includes team websites, major associations, merchandise links, and helpful sites that will benefit drill team members, dancers, and coaches.Drill teams are precision groups that specialize in movement accompanied to music, either as a band or or selected music. Also included in this category are dance teams, similar to drill teams in that they perform precision routines, without the use of batons, rifles, flags, or most equipment drill teams incorporate. Dance teams also incorporate studio type technique into their routines, while drill teams are more of a marching band choreography style.
Information on learning opportunities in dance.
Note: Sites must be in English. Sites in languages other than English should be submitted to the appropriate language in World.
This category is not for commercial dance studios or programs that cater to a local clientele. Please submit these kinds of sites to the place in Regional where your studio or progam is located.
Following these guidelines will help to prevent delays in having your site reviewed.
Webster's definition of folk dance includes
Please suggest only English language sites dealing with folk dancing in this category. If the form is cobvered by a sub-category please suggest it there. NOTE: the International sub-category is for groups that carry out a variety of national styles. An International festival bringing together national groups should be suggested here not in the International section.
Sites in other than the English language should be suggested to the appropriate World category. Sites with multiple languages may be suggested once to each of the appropriate World categories.
When writing the description, please say what a visitor would find on your site in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.
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If a site is also relevant to earlier dance, such as baroque or renaissance, please submit it to the Arts: Performing Arts: Dance: Historical category, which covers all periods.Historical dances are old dances that have been reconstructed from the contemporary records such as books and manuscripts, paintings or drawings, and film. The dances themselves may be reconstructions from written or notated choreographies, or dances in an old style using steps and movements appropriate to the period.
Your site will be more easily found by directory users if you submit to the correct subcategory so please take the time to look at the subcategories and submit to the correct one.Middle Eastern dance is based on the folkloric traditions of the Middle East and North Africa. Raqs sharqi is the more traditional form, tribal is a modern American derivative and cabaret is the term used for more Hollywood style performances.
Sites must be in English. Sites in other languages should submit to the appropiate World category.Sites relating to the dance art form known as modern or contemporary dance.
Please include location information in the site description, and summarise what can be found on the site.
Please submit any sites relating to Morris Dance, including historical information, dance notation, etc... Individual team sites should usually be submitted to one (only one) of the sub-categories whichever is most appropriate. If you are submitting a team site, please remember you are submitting a description of the website not a description of the side. So please include such details as whether the site contains, things such as an events programme, photograph album, contact details, side history, dance notations, etc... Do also include some basic details of the side though, in particular the gender(men/women/mixed) and the location (town or village and county and country if outside UK). Do not repeat the name of the side in the description if it is in the title. Thanks.Morris is a traditional dance form from England. It is a ritual or performance dance rather than a social dance. There are various different types of Morris Dancing originating from different areas of the country. Although most styles are now performed by sides all over the country and around the world.
Information on associations, collectives, or groups of people who educate, promote and/or provide services in the field of dance.
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This category is for non-profit organizations that provide general services and information on dance.
Dance companies and troupes should be submitted to the subcategory that represents the syle of your dance group.
Dance schools should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory of Education.
Following these guidelines will help to prevent delays in having your site reviewed.
If your site is adult oriented please submit it to a subcategory of Adult: Regional. The adult directory is found at: http://dmoz.org/adult. The subcategories of Adult: Regional include Business and Personal Services or you can go to a specific region subcategory and then find Business or Personal Services under that. Generally strippers and escorts fall under Personal Services and Strip Clubs fall under Business.There is currently no description created for this category.
If you are submitting a site with information for a specific region please submit to the regional category or the appropriate subdirectory if it exists.This directory presents pages with general information about Tango. For information about a specific country or region, see the regional subcategory.
Submit to the equivalent world category if the page does not have an English text version.
Thank you for considering submitting a site for the Tap Dance category of the Open Directory Project. Please make sure the site you would like to submit is directly related to, and primarily about the art of Tap Dance. The site you submit should offer original content or a different perspective than already listed sites. Thank you and good luck with your submission.The Tap Dance category references sites about all aspects of tap dancing including tap dance history, events, audio and video of tap, discussion of tap dance, and much more. Quick Definition of Tap Dance - Tap dancing is a form of artistic expression that uses the foot (wearing special tap shoes with metal on the bottom) as a percussive instrument.
Articles and information where the primary focus is tribal and tribal fusion dance.Form of belly dancing heavily influenced by several different ethnic styles such as North African, Spanish, Gypsy, Middle Eastern, Bollywood, classical Indian, plus more recent dance influences such as firedancing, goth, industrial and contemporary dance. It tends to be darker and more elemental. One attempt at classification described the dancers as the "girls from the bike shed". The movement probably started in California in the 70's with Gothic bellydance. American Tribal (ATS) is a form of tribal belly dance developed by Carolena Nericcio of FatchanceBellydance in San Francisco, and has been very influential worldwide.