The Slovenia Times

Dance workshop for the hearing impaired


It is true that deaf people cannot hear music, but they do feel vibrations of low-pitched and loud sounds. Their sense of rhythm is incredible and they learn how to mimic dance moves very quickly. Dance, however, can occur in silence as well, for it is self-sufficient, the hidden language of the soul, as some may put it more poetically. Deafness is an invisible disorder, which is why deaf people are not often noticed in the hearing environment. Dance workshops are scheduled as part of the learning process and offer a possibility to be a part of a professional dance performance.


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