What are some of the best pageant talent songs?

Here’s my list for the top pageant talent songs for dancers, ages 15 and up!  music-notes

A pageant song should be age appropriate, entertaining, relatable and highlight the best the performer has to offer. Always remember that showmanship is key when it comes to presenting a fabulous performance at your pageant. Practice your routines religiously and KNOW your music. 🙂

-Shannon

Proud Mary

Let Go

Feeling Good

Le Jazz Hot

Strongest Suite

I wanna dance with somebody

About Shannon

Author Shannon Thomas grew up in Daytona Beach, FL where she began dancing at the age of 4 at Debco School of Dance now known as Amanda's Dance Center. She studied ballet, tap, jazz, pointe, lyrical, acrobatics, modern, and musical theater. She was a member of ADC Elite Company. While living in Florida, Shannon was extremely involved in the dance community locally and statewide. She was awarded many awards and won the over-all dancer scholarship with Florida Dance Master's at the age of 18. Shannon participated in many workshops and conventions classes with numerous icons in the dance world; Joe Tremaine, Frank Hatchett, Gus Giordano, Dee Caspary, Mandy Moore, Lizzie MacKenzie, Randy Duncan, and Patsy Swayze. She was also a part of Jazz Dance World Congress. Shannon attended Oklahoma City University's Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Arts Management to study Dance Performance. She studied extensively in ballet, tap, jazz, theater dance, dance pedagogy, anatomy, and choreography under such people as Jo Rowan, Robert Reed, Tiffany Van der merwe, Patricia Oplotnik, and Kay Sandel. While attending OCU, Shannon was a part of the prestigious American Spirit Dance Company for 4 years. While at OCU, she performed with and honored such celebrities as Susan Powell, Art and Nancy Stone, Cholly Atkins, Leonard Reed, Marion Coles, and Donald O'Conner. Shannon was also Magician's Assistant and Dance Captain for The World of Magic and The Magic of David Thomas and a dancer for Shows In a Box. Shannon is currently working on choreography and developing her grounded style of jazz dance. She is teaching at Amanda's Dance Center and works with Spruce Creek High School's Papillon Dance Team and Color-guard, Creekside Middle School, mentors dancers, private lessons, and her own choreography business, Dancebrought2u. Shannon has won numerous awards for her choreography and attends dance workshops on a regular basis.
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