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History of Aerial dance Detail

“Aerial Dance” as a separate dance form first became popular during the 1970’s in the United States as a type of modern dance. Off-the-ground dancing could be traced back to as early as 18th century when Charles Didelot rigged up dancers to ropes so that they could briefly ‘fly’ during performances making it an ethereal and awe-inspiring spectacle to watch.

However, the origin of the modern “aerial dance” is quite new and the evolution of the dance form started in 1960’s- an era in which modern dance began evolving from the traditional to the post-modern.

It attained most popularity is the following decade with influences from artists such as Terry Sendgraff. She brought the ‘trapeze’ in the limelight by introducing the world to her new-found art on her 42nd birthday. According to Terry’s website, she was able to hold more than 200 concerts since the 70’s.

Terry Sandgraff is also responsible for the founding of the first woman’s trapeze dance group in the country. Although retired, she continues to teach, choreograph and write about her dance career.

In contemporary times, the dance form is not the most popular of the genres but it is slowly receiving recognition and the seeds of the new genre are already sown. As an art form, it is growing in popularity- mostly due to the growing familiarity of aerial circus skills that is promoted by world-renowned companies such as the Cirque De Soleil.

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Acharuli is one of the many Georgian folk dances and has originated in Achara, a southern region of Georgia. The dance steps are not very difficult and are explicit, performed by both men and women. The display is flirtatious and playful but soft enough. The depiction of the relationship between men and women is colloquial and light hearted. Acharuli stands apart from other dance forms because of the beauteous costumes with vibrant colors. It inculcates cheerfulness in the performers as well as the audience.

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Acharuli is one of the many Georgian folk dances and has originated in Achara, a southern region of Georgia. The dance steps are not very difficult and are explicit, performed by both men and women. The display is flirtatious and playful but soft enough. The depiction of the relationship between men and women is colloquial and light hearted. Acharuli stands apart from other dance forms because of the beauteous costumes with vibrant colors. It inculcates cheerfulness in the performers as well as the audience.

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