Best Show Choir Dance Breaks [HD]
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How to Be Good at Showchoir
Show Choir is an activity that many schools across the country have. It is especially popular in the Midwest and in Southern California. Follow these steps to land yourself a spot in the front row.
Attend every practice if possible.It is essential that you are there when the group is learning new choreography or a new song. Even normal practices are important, since you A) May end up learning new skills and B) Practice reallydoesmake perfect. If you can't attend a practice or rehearsal, notify your director in advance.Don't"forget" to tell them. This makes you look very irresponsible, and may inhibit your chances at advancing in the group.
Learn your choreography right away, and ask for help when you need it.Clarify any problems with your choreographer so you don't learn bad dancing habits.
- Don't talk at dance camps. Not only is this disrespectful to the choreographer, it makes learning a new dance more difficult for you and those around you.
- Dance days mean movement, and movement means you should wear something comfortable. Sweats, shorts and leggings, and dance pants are all appropriate things to wear.
Practice your dances outside of designated practice times with a friend or two.Help and encourage one another.
Learn your vocals and really project your voice.Don't fade away as you get to a difficult dance break or if you must spin away from the audience.
Do not appear nervous or stiff onstage.Leave everything on the stage, which means perform to the very best of your ability.
Read the lyrics of your songs out loud in front of a mirror to find meaning and have reacting facials that are appropriate.(Example: If you are singing "Nobody No One Can Take Away My Song," look as if you truly feel that no one can take away your song.)
Always use your facials.What you do with your face is much more important that anything your feet do. Exaggerate your normal emotions and project them through your entire face.
Sign up for a show choir camp during the summer for a place to hone both your singing and dancing abilities.Camps are recommended for those the are planning to audition for a choir their first time.
QuestionHow do I get fist place in a show choir performance?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerPractice. You'll most likely want to work on your range, as a well-placed belted note can get you far (just don't overuse this). Also, if it's show choir, work on some choreography.Thanks!
QuestionI am the leader, but the other members don't respect me. What do I do?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerEstablish rules, and get the instructor/faculty adviser to back you up. Tell them that if they can't follow the rules they will be out of the choir or they won't be allowed to compete.Thanks!
QuestionThere is a girl who is mean to everyone, but just because her mom helps out with show choir, she can get away with it. What do I do?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerFor starters, talk to her yourself. Maybe she is insecure about her singing, so she is mean to protect it. Or maybe she isn't aware that she is coming across as mean to others. If that doesn't work, talk to another adult (preferably not her mom) about the issue.Thanks!
QuestionSometimes I feel the people who win best performer at competitions shouldn't always win it. Is it ever rigged? How can I win it more often?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerOftentimes the judges will see different things than you do when they are evaluating a performer, so their judgments will be different than yours. If you know a judge or someone who has judged, ask what's looked for in a performance. Unless judges know performers personally, competitions aren't rigged towards anyone. In order to win more often, you must practice more and make sure your constant performing hasn't made you lazy on stage. Stay focused and energetic!Thanks!
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- Never let on if you mess up.
- Always put feeling and emotion behind the words of each and every song you perform.
- Work on breath support!
- Instead of bashing them with the other members of your group, help out struggling performers with kindness.
- If you have to sing in parts, make a video of you singing the song and practice with yourself.
- At dance camps, get a spot in the front so that you can see better and are less distracted.
- Never talk about it if you mess up.
- Don't breathe while you sing; take a deep breath before starting your lyrics.
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