Katrina Dances

Katrina Brass Band Dance
Katrina - Age 9
"Brass Band"


Colors of the Wind Pocahontas Dance

Rain on My Parade


Lyrical Dance Solo Kat


Duets / Trios

Katrina Duet- Age 9
"We are Siamese"


"Side by Side" Duet

Triplets Dance Trio

Group Dances

Bollywood Dance

Dancing Ducks Dance

Twilight Dance

Break The Ice -Hip Hop


Mini Wonders Acro

Dancing Fools Tap

Tik Tok Kesha Dance

Mambo Italiano Jazz

Wild Card Acro

Can't Be Tamed Dance

Can't Be Tamed Series

Dance Party Kat Bday

Hit The Lights Dance

Party in the USA

Party in the USA Hannah Montana - Katrina Birthday Party

What Makes You Beautiful

Party in the USA Hannah Montana - Katrina Birthday Party What Makes You Beautiful Dance

Sloane Dances

Sloane When I Sing
Sloane - Age 10
"When I Sing"


Machine - Dance Solo

Tap Dance Solo

Seussical the Musical

Dance Duet -Big Stuff

 

Group Dances

Hip Hop Freak Show

Prom Night Dance

Street Style- Apologize

Tap Dance Bugle Boys

Tap-Up and Down Time

Firework Dance

Justin Bieber Never Say Never

Justin Bieber Never Say NeverNever Say Never Dance

Hoedown Throwdown

Hoedown Throwdown Dance Moves Hannah Montana Movie 2009 Hoe down dance steps Miley Cyrus Hoedown Throwdown Dance - our version;

One Thing One Direction

Hoedown Throwdown Dance Moves Hannah Montana Movie 2009 Hoe down dance steps Miley Cyrus
One Direction One Thing Dance Performance

Dance Duet - Age 9
"We are Siamese"

 

Dance Duet Age 9, We are Siamese

Katrina and Tianna perform as cats at a dance competition to the song "We Are Siamese" from Disney's Aristocats. The song is a modern version of the original movie tune. The dance is choreographed by an award winning choreographer.

Although this performance was choreographed to a modern song, portraying animals in dance performances dates back to early forms of dance. 

Cats are very bendy and graceful, and are one of the most portrayed types of animals.  The Broadway musical, ‘Cats’, combines music with dance choreography and body moves that are very feline and cat-like.

This dance is a form of acro dancing, combining gymnastic skills (like aerials and back handsprings) with dance moves.  The costume was designed to fit the cat theme and also to allow ease of movement for the dancers. 

Dancers do not wear shoes for acro, as they need to grip the floor with their feet to perform the gymnastics tricks.  Spinning can be more difficult with no shoes, especially when feet stick to the floor.  That is why it is good to practice on different dance floors when possible, to adjust the dance to the different stage floors while performing.



*©2014 All rights reserved. Please respect the rights of the choreographer Kim Carcone.