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Maria Hennings Hunt. Choreography, particularly Line Dance, was a natural progression for me. However, I confess that my first steps into choreography, rather than being a creative need in me, were mainly borne out of desperation I needed a dance to teach - and I couldn't find anything I liked from other choreographers, so I wrote my own!
I admit to being surprised and flattered when it was published! Back in the good old days of linedancing, no dance was overly complicated - dances contained mainly stomps, heels, hooks and maybe the odd shuffle or two.
How things have changed! Dances these days are much more sophisticated and dancers are far more demanding. There's also an awful lot of choice out there too, it seems everybody is choreographing dances, so to get noticed is much harder. I received lots of encouragement and feedback on my dances and I like to think that my dances are sympathetically choreographed to the music. The bands in the UK have added the music to their sets and it fills the floor wherenever it is played. It's certainly a very weird feeling to see a dance you choreographed in your own home, being danced by complete strangers in another country via Youtube!
Zumba chorepgraphy is fun to do and I tend to now do more of that now than I do Line dances. These days I still write line dances, mainly for my own classes but I also post them on all the linedance sites on the internet what a wonderful thing that is!