Dance Solo - Sloane
Machine Dance Solo Performance
This dance routine to Machine was performed at several dance competitions in 2010 by Sloane.
Sloane is performing an open dance number at a national dance competition in Myrtle Beach, North Carolina. This dance was put in the open category as it does not fit the traditional guidelines for jazz, tap, ballet, modern, acro, street style or other dance style.
Sloane really enjoyed performing this dance to Machine because it required a lot of theatrics along with the technical dance skills.
The dance is supposed to take place in the future when you have to hook yourself up to a machine to recharge your batteries.
The song Machine that Sloane and her dance instructor chose is performed by Regina Spektor. Regina is an American singer-songwriter and pianist and her music is very popular in New York City’s East Village. This dance was Sloane’s first experience doing an open solo. It allowed her to add an aerial, which is an acro trick. You can look at our video on what they look like and how we execute them. A lot of her movements are very similar to Modern Dance technique as well in this number.
Sloane was awarded a Platinum award for this particular National performance. She was very happy because it was her highest score with that dance and it was the last time she ever performed it.
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