The Second World War, marked as a great human massacre, serves as the starting point for the creation of a totally young identity, this is where the young people decide to show their face, to loosen the ties that bound them to the customs of their grandparents parents.
Showing his power of creation, then rock, electric guitars, Glenn Miller and his orchestra, Bill Haley and his comets, the Beatles, in short, the world would never be the same again. This change, as it could not fail to be arrived in Brazil. Carlos Drummond de Andrade asks everyone, “What now, José?”
In Rio de Janeiro a group of teenagers come together to create what would become one of the most popular musical rhythms in Brazil. We entered the 60’s and human evolution continues, bringing sad consequences, this time with the Vietnam War. Some young people go to war, while others mourn the loss of relatives and friends.
Entering what would be one of the darkest periods in the history of Brazil, Chico Buarque warns us about the agony and the pretense of living a “Roda Viva” and Roberto Carlos warns that “Smoking is forbidden”.
At the end of each year the Petite Danse Dance School meets to perform a great show with a carefully thought out theme, seeking to impart diverse knowledge to students and the general public.
Below, you can check out other dance shows that make Petite Danse ever more proud of the work and dedication of students and teachers.
Anyway, our dance history is made of spectacles.