Come Join SOK to dance your way to D.W.K.
DANCE! DANCE! DANCE!
Jersey City Chapter 2012
Seekers of Knowledge dance teams taking photo with R&B Artist J Holliday
DANCERS WITH KNOWLEDGE
Seekers of Knowledge
Our New Dance program consist of two dance groups, Ages 6-18.
Seekers of Knowledge (S.O.K)
SOK Seeks the Knowledge in Dance
Dancers with Knowledge (D.W.K)
DWK Has the Knowledge in Dance
Girls in our dance groups will travel and perform at all the events SOK are asked to perform in during the school year, in and out of state as well as all competitons we may compete in.
Our Dance group started in 2009 and are winners of Six PLUS dance competitons in the city of Boston.We were also called on by many out of state competitors to compete.
COME JOIN US ITS NOT TOO LATE!
For more information, please contact Cynthia Gaines @ 617-698-2421 or 201-539-3642
Hip hop dance refers to dance styles, mainly street dance styles, primarily danced to hip hop music, or that have evolved as a part of the hip hop culture.
By its widest definition, it can include a wide range of styles such as breaking, popping, locking and krumping, and even house dance.
Liturgical/ Praise dance is a Christian expression of prayer or worship through body movement. Such dances can be accompanied by many different types of music. Seeker dancers will respond with an appropriate dance which flows out of the music and enhances the movements. This dance may either be spontaneous, or have been choreographed ahead of time by our staff, or the Seekers of Knowledge members. Seekers of Knowledge dances to all forms of music such as rap, r&b, gospel, jazz, reggae, calypso, rock, old school, merengue, and caribbean.
Krumping is a type of street dance characterized by free, expressive, exaggerated, and highly energetic moves involving the arms, head, legs, chest, and feet.The root word, Krump, is an acronym for Kingdom Radically Uplifted Mighty Praise. The youth who started krumping saw the dance as a way for them to escape gang life and "to release anger, aggression and frustration positively, in a non-violent way." Krumping has become a major part of hip-hop dance. CBS news has compared the intensity within krumping to what rockers experience in a mosh pit.
All music used is clean and appropriate for that particular dance style.
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Below members staying in hotel for Jersey City performance, 8/14/2010