Description
INTERMEDIATE JAZZ DANCE II
Explores jazz dance from an artistic, intellectual and physical approach. Students will experience multiple styles ranging from lyrical to Broadway to hip-hop/funk through various exercises and choreographic studies, while focusing on the development of expressive performance skills. Additionally, the life and work of the master jazz artist Bob Fosse will be examined in-depth through films and classroom based discussions/experiences. Prior exposure to jazz, modern or ballet dance is required. Instructor approval will be given during the first week of classes to determine appropriate course placement. This course earns two GEPs toward Goal 9 Healthy Living in general education. Prerequisite: EXERSCI.117 or *instructor permission. (*It is required that students have previous jazz, modern or ballet dance experience. Non-University studio training is acceptable.)
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Activity - Required
Course Attributes
Meets Fitness and Rec Skills
Meets Humanities Requirement
GEP Goal 9 - 2 GEP PTS
Offering
Course
DANCE 223
Academic Group
College of Liberal Arts
Academic Organization
Music, Theatre, and Dance
Campus
Bloomsburg Main Campus
Enrollment Requirements
EXERSCI.117 - Beginning Jazz/Ballet