I love contemporary or lyrical or jazz the most. And I absolutely adore swing and ballroom. And I just recently started tap dancing when my high school did 42nd street and now I can't stop doing time steps.
But I really love choreographing partner contemporary dances, they're the most fun.
It used to be classical ballet, because that's all I did. I loved the routine of the classes a the discipline. I did ballet for 15 years, then I moved to Singapore and quit dancing to focus on music.
In Singapore, it didn't take me long to figure out that I missed dancing (my neighbors who lived in the condo below us kept complaining about the "thumping".) So I joined the school dance program, which was entirely based on choreography and dance theory surrounding contemporary dance.
Now, I love contemporary because I feel like there are no limitations on what I can or can't do with my movements: I can borrow from every style of dance I know, or come up with my own style. I can express something, or nothing at all. It is so freeing.
I am going to college to study music, so I won't be dancing as much, which makes me sad.
Judging from my profile picture, clogging. It's a mixture of Tap and Irish softshoe, yet entirely different. Like, it's mostly done flat-footed, and instead of one tap on the toe and sole, like tap shoes, there's an extra tap on each of them that clicks together every time you step. And you usually start on your left foot, not your right. :)
VVV Here's a link to some awesome cloggers, the Southern Belles VVV