There is an extensive collection of ballerina drawings to be printed and colored for the joy of your little girls. Having fun, coloring the Ballerina not only allows our little ones to dream but helps them to exercise the precision of the graphic and written gesture while having fun.
The Ballerina (or dancer) is the one who has made a dance to her profession. In essence, thanks to excellent athletic preparation and sensitivity to music, a dancer can perform a classical or modern dance with skill and interpret the most diverse genres.
Ballerina Coloring Pages For Girls
The work of professional ballerina combines artistic aspects. It is performing movements and figures with one’s own body to interpret music – with considerable physical effort.
Many hours are spent in the dance studio or the gym working with constancy, commitment, and discipline on a series of exercises and trying outdances and choreographies.
Ballerina Coloring Pages
Training is, in fact, the first and most crucial activity for ballerinas. Exercises are essential to develop and maintain the physical efficiency and flexibility of your body (which is the primary working tool), to learn basic techniques and move in a coordinated way, to the rhythm of the music.
Also, the dancer must be able to study and memorize complex choreographies in preparation for shows and performances. If she is the one who designs and prepares the choreographies of dances, we are talking about a dancer-choreographer.
A professional dancer usually works in a group, within a dance troupe or an artistic cast, or alone (as a soloist). The contexts in which dancers and dancers’ performances are required are various: shows, musicals, festivals, concerts, television programs, advertising, music videos, animation, and entertainment shows in tourist facilities (villages, hotels), amusement parks, night clubs.
As a result, the time and place of work are incredibly flexible: training engages dancers for many hours a day. It may require considerable sacrifice, while shows may require long trips or include touring national or international tours.
In addition to their professional activity as performers, many dancers work as a dance teacher in schools, academies, and gyms. They give dance lessons for students of all ages: ballet, modern, hip-hop, street style, group or couple dances, belly dancing.
A sector in which the job offers for dancers and dancers are concentrated is also that of tourist entertainment: it is mostly a seasonal job, which can also be done by those who are not yet professional dancers but practice dance at an amateur level.