Sat Mar 26 09:50:34 CST 2022
1.How to wear a tutu
The knees are wrinkle-free, straight leggings give the legs a dignified, straight feel; A well-knitted, aesthetically pleasing tunic, high-necked, long-sleeved tights or shirt will make the dancer look as if she is dressed and ready to dance. The shape of the collar can even make the neck look shorter or longer.
Polo shirts, for example, have collars that make those with high or wide shoulders look unsightly, and can make the wearer feel uneasy in an amateur dance. A cropped circular skirt can also be disastrous for a full hips, and poor quality ruffles are to blame.
Ideally, nothing is damaging the line of the dancer's body, not the wrong color, not loose sleeves or skirts.
2.What is ballet
Ballet, the European classical dance, was conceived in the Italian Renaissance period. In the second half of the 17th century, it began to develop and become popular in France and gradually became professional. It became popular in the world during the continuous innovation. Ballet is the use of music, dance techniques to perform dramatic plot.
Ballet was conceived in Italy, born in the French court of Louis XIV in the late 17th century, perfected in France in the 18th century, and entered its most prosperous era in Russia at the end of the 19th century.
A form of stage dance, the European classical dance, commonly known as ballet. It is a traditional European dance art with strict norms and structural forms, which is based on the folk dance around Europe and formed after centuries of continuous processing, enrichment and development. After the 19th century, an important technical feature was that actresses danced with the tips of their toes in special pointy shoes, so it was also called pointy dancing.