ATS® is not traditionally a solo dance style. It was originally meant to be performed with a group, but can adapted to be very powerful for a Soloist. ATS® was created to show the connection between not only a group of dancers, but also the connection between dancers and music. ATS® for the soloist is designed to enhance the use of our vocabulary. Dancing with your music, leading and following still applies, but your dance partners are the Audience, the drums, flutes, and string instruments of the music being played. For an ATS® solo to be successful, you must learn to dance within your box, while your box is in motion. We will also cover how to make an entrance, stage presence, and exiting the stage!
All levels: ATS Basics.
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