Poetry in motion

It’s been a while since I’ve done this but one of my favorite art forms is dance, I love love love love love watching amazing dancers do their thing. So today we are taking a break from written and spoken poetry to take a gander at poetry in motion (I know that was totally lame right? eh who cares this is my blog and I’ll be lame if I want too). Below you will find videos of my absolute favorite dancers or choreographers, I hope you enjoy and fall in love with them just as I have 🙂

First, Les Twins…I could qualify as being borderline obsessed with these two. They move so differently and yet each of them blows my mind EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. I can never watch any of their videos just once, I have to watch once to see both, then another time to watch just Laurent and then again to watch Larry and then again to watch them both. And then just for the heck of it, I hit replay an obscene amount of times. Anyway, enjoy their latest performance at Hip Hop International!

Next up we have the wonderful, talented, amazing Keone and Mari! This couple have been a favorite of mine for a long time now. I am seeing them get the recognition they deserve with awesome opportunities and it makes me feel like a proud mama! This video was great to me, the opening part with the two of them was brilliant. Mari’s solo, although not my favorite of her work, was touching and beautiful to watch. Keone’s solo…ugh I have no words for that awesomness. And then the end bit with the two of them just gave me life. Anyway I hope you guys enjoy this!

Keeping with the flow of amazing talent we have the awe inducing Phillip Chbeeb. I originally came across Phillip when he was on So you think you can dance and have followed along with his journey to becoming a well respected and brilliant dancer. The concept of the video you are about to watch is simple and yet his movements make it so complex. I hope that you enjoy this as much as I do each time I watch it 🙂

That’s it for now, I hope you guys enjoyed these videos. Make sure you subscribe to their channels and keep up with their work. Each of these artists are destined for greater things. Until next time, have a great one 🙂

6 thoughts on “Poetry in motion

  1. Lying here with my broken leg in plaster…Rub it in! Rub it in!!
    However, great videos thanks!

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