Jazz Rosette NZAMD

  • Recommended Age: 6.5 - 8 years
  • * The above recommended age can vary due to factors including students previous dance experience, ability and class availability.
  • Uniform Requirements:
    Black "Chloe" style leotard
    Black "V" front jazz shorts
    Black leather jazz shoes
    Black leggings (optional for winter months)
  • Rosette Jazz is our third-forth level jazz class. Students are taught the fundamental steps and "linking" steps of the modern jazz style through the New Zealand Association of Modern Dance syllabus (NZAMD). These steps are also incorperated into longer sequences that provide a basis for learning and remembering combinations. Exercises have a focus on technique, style and performance.
  • Rosette has been introduced in our school as a bridge year for students who have completed Pre Junior Jazz but may not quite be ready for Junior Jazz.
  • Progression: Rosette Jazz progresses on to Junior Jazz.

Grooming Information for all Dancers

Does your dance teacher nag you about your hair? Taking off your jumper in class? Being appropriately groomed?
Do you know why!? She’s preparing you for life out in the world.
Wear your uniform with pride.
Be ready for class, show you have prepared, show that you are ready, show that you care.
Look like a dancer – feel like a dancer … casual clothes in class equals a casual mind.
Show up, look the part, don’t hide under jumpers. Your body is your instrument – show it so you can grow.
Be ready to receive corrections with humility and grace – they are your teachers gift to you.
When you hide, you avoid feedback. When you get no feedback, that’s when you should start to worry… Your teacher has given up – She doesn’t want to ask you to take off your jumper or fix your bun, one more time, do this yourself, and be ready. Be humble and hungry. This is why good grooming is important.

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