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[mass noun] A style of ballet deriving inspiration from national or folk dances, or interpreting and representing a particular profession, mode of living, or personality.
- ‘Currently she takes ballet, jazz, tap and national character dance lessons at three north coast dance schools, and she plans to pursue a career in dance in the future.’
- ‘Maria Fay had been teaching character dance at The Royal Ballet, and I loved it, so I decided to study ballet with her as well.’
- ‘The 70 dancers will be working on creative, contemporary and Polish character dance, classical ballet and modern jazz.’
- ‘It was under Hamblin that the ballet department initiated an emphasis in teaching and in character dance.’
- ‘So, the character dance ended with lots of smiles and bravos!’
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