Break through at your dance competitions

Many competitive dancers are looking for ways to break through to higher scoring at dance competitions. Hours upon hours of rehearsal, of focused practice, is the number one requisite to winning. In addition to practice, much effort and thought goes into creating the perfect costume.

Don’t overlook the foundation for any dance choreography: the music. The music provides the energy, the vibration, and the platform to express emotion and story in the dance.

One way to lift your dance to the next level is to use a fresh, original remix of the music you use for your choreography. There is no reason to use overplayed songs when there are many things you can do to make your music unique. You don’t have to settle for simple edits. Your music can be much more than that.

Squirrel Trench Audio is in the midst of new season of spectacular, original remixes for competitive dance as well as recitals. I will be sharing many of these original remixes once their routines have premiered in competition the weekend of March 3, 2012. If you have a routine you are proud of, and are interested in taking the music for the routine to the next level before competition season gets underway, shoot me an email.

2 thoughts on “Break through at your dance competitions

  1. Morriss Partee

    Thank you for that comment! Much appreciated. However, I disagree.

    Both the music and dance work *together* to create and tell the story…. the dance in the visual dimension, and the music in the auditory dimension. (Or in the case of tap, tells both the visual part as well as adding to the auditory dimension.)

    The dancer(s) show the visual part of the story. The music tells the story in sound.


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