Dance exhibition at the Frontier Community Centre

It was a fascinating Sunday morning for me at Frontier Community Centre. I spent my morning enjoying the time watching at all the different types of dances.

Mass Dance in Frontier Community Club

It was hard to miss the colourful flyers which was pasted in the glass display beside the lift at my house. Even though I did not have much interest in dance, I felt compelled to drop in to the event.

Mass Dance in Frontier Community Club

Ushers to the event

When I arrived, there was such a cheerful atmosphere as the entire hall was full of people doing the line dance, each person shouting out an enthusiastic cheer every now and then as they danced along.

There was supposed to be a bachata demonstration but I missed it while stealing a moment to go grab a drink. But I was consoled while watching the beautiful salsa dance. It was most impressive! They were dancing and spinning so fast! At one point, the male dancer balanced the head of his female partner on his foot in less than a minute. I was completely astounded.

Mass Dance in Frontier Community Club

I like her dress. I like her legs even more. Can I have it?

Later on, there was a modern dance and hip hop display performed by youths. While showing mum the video that I took, she commented at how naturally flexible the kids were. We’d probably be warded into the emergency room should we do something similar πŸ˜›

One of the things that crossed my mind while watching the youths dancing was how heartened I was that these kids were doing something positive with their time doing things that they are passionate about, rather than indulging in negative influences.

Mass Dance in Frontier Community Club

Dance – Not only for youths!

After the kid’s performances, came the Bollywood dance exhibition. Indian dances are so exciting with the drum instruments in the music. What would complete the exhibition if there were a bhangra dance and workshop at the same time πŸ˜€

One of the highlights were the new vogue dance exhibition and mass workshop. This dance, having originated from Australia, was a repetitive dance of a couple of steps – it looked easy enough to pick up, but I couldn’t help laughing when we all tried to do it ourselves – weΒ were all over the place. Hehehe! πŸ˜€

All in all, it was a surprisingly lovely morning for me. Apart from the dance, it was really nice to see all those smiling and cheerful faces around me. Radiance all around. And it was beautiful πŸ™‚

Here is a short clip of the event

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7 thoughts on “Dance exhibition at the Frontier Community Centre”

  1. It’s sure very interesting to watch the different types of dance performances. Makes me think back upon the days when I was once a dancer.

    On a sidenote, yes your beanie is very adorable, think of getting one too! =)

  2. You were a dancer? Cool! What kind of dance and when did you danced? Was it in school? I used to be in malay dance back while I was in Jurong Institute, but truth be told, its been so long that I dont remember anything anymore πŸ˜›

    Hehehehe

    You’re gonna get a beanie too? Coolness! Hehehe! We’ll look absolutely smashing πŸ˜€

  3. Ha ha, I see. For me, I was a belly dancer. Learnt it at one of the schools, however I did not complete the course due to my back injury. =( But I still do practice as and when I can. Although I can’t remrmber all the steps too. I intend to take up Bollywood dancing next, keen to join me? We can all enrol together with the rest of the Pingsters who are interested. =p

    Yea! I believe we will look really smashing.. He he, I’ll get one asap and post the pic. on my blog too! =)

  4. Vania

    Sorry to hear about your back πŸ™

    Bollywood dancing? Where? I’m not sure if the rest of the pingsters are keen to do physically active activities like this, but we could give it a try .. heheheh

    Ham

    I sure do hope I have sexy legs like that πŸ˜›

    Tara

    No worries πŸ™‚

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