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Dancers move gracefully across stage – then steal the show with gorgeous dance to ‘Hallelujah’

February 21st, 2020

You’ve probably seen tons of artists and performances covering Hallelujah. It’s a song that’s been done in several genres and even though it’s been done differently by various artists, the results are almost always perfect.

Viewers of the The Dallas Conservatory didn’t disappoint with their performance of Hallelujah.

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They chose to dance to Lindsey Stirling’s version which made their dance routine even more magical.

Lindsey Stirling is a popular American violinist who made it to the quarter finals of America’s Got Talent in 2010. She owns a YouTube channel where she performs a wide variety of music styles and covers different songs by other artists. She plays a variety of violins.

The performers of The Dallas Conservatory started their routine slow.

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Dressed in white dresses, they moved with such flexibility and grace. It was like they were dancing in water. And even though they weren’t totally in sync with each other, the dance cover still looked excellent.

Their movements were slow and graceful, matching up to the song’s rhythm.

Near the middle part of the song, they formed a circle. The way they twirled in that formation was mesmerizing to the eyes. It felt like they were dancing on ice.

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Each time they raise their legs and sway their arms in the air, the ladies were able to add depth to the performance. Although the song didn’t have much lyrics, they were able to deliver its message of praise and faith.

Near the end part, the stage went dim. The spotlight creating shadows of the dancers created more impact to the viewers. It was a really fitting end to a performance like that.

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Hallelujah is just one of Dallas Conservatory’s outstanding performances.

The group has a long list of dance performances they’ve uploaded on their YouTube channel. The list includes A Rockefeller Christmas, All I Want for Christmas Is You, Waltz of the Flower, and Sleigh Ride.

The Dallas Conservatory trains 18-month old children to adults in theater, film, dance, music, and fitness. They also offer lessons in art and writing. And based on this group’s performance, you can tell that the group is doing an awesome job in teaching its students. The ladies in white and their skills as dancers totally captivated the hearts of everyone watching them.

They were even able to catch the attention of thousands of online viewers. Currently their performance of Hallelujah has already earned more than 100,000 views on YouTube and viewers couldn’t contain their amusement.

One of them commented:

“Lindíssimo o trabalho e bailarinas, parabéns!! (Beautiful work and dancers, congratulations!!)”

Another one said:

“bravo!”

The performance is anything but boring.

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When you first hear a song as slow and mellow as Hallelujah, you’d think that you’d fall asleep in the middle of the performance. However, if you are watching something as captivating as Dallas Conservatory’s version, you won’t be able to take your eyes off of them. Just like all the viewers, you’d probably be eager to see their next moves and how it will all end.

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Source: YouTube, The Dallas Conservatory

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