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Placement

Toddler Dance

This class introduces children to a classroom setting. They will focus on following directions, creative movement, imaginative play, basic understanding of music/rhythm and taking turns.

Toddler Dance

This class introduces children to a classroom setting. They will focus on following directions, creative movement, imaginative play, basic understanding of music/rhythm and taking turns.

Tippy Toes/Dance Mania/Morning Dance

Tippy Toes/Dance Mania provides students the opportunity to learn about rhythm and improve motor skills by introducing the basics of creative dance movement and fundamental ballet techniques. This class is 30 minutes long.

Tippy Toes/Dance Mania/Morning Dance

Tippy Toes/Dance Mania provides students the opportunity to learn about rhythm and improve motor skills by introducing the basics of creative dance movement and fundamental ballet techniques. This class is 30 minutes long.

Pre-Ballet

Pre-Ballet is a 45 minute introductory class for young dancers where they learn the basic positions, form and techniques of ballet dancing both in the center and across the floor. Barre work may be introduced during this class.

Ballet/Tap

The Ballet/Tap Combo class offers students an opportunity to learn the basic positioning, form and poise required for ballet dancing along with the fun, energetic rhythm of tap dancing. A half hour is dedicated to each dance style totaling one hour per week.

Tippy Toes/Dance Mania/Morning Dance

Tippy Toes/Dance Mania provides students the opportunity to learn about rhythm and improve motor skills by introducing the basics of creative dance movement and fundamental ballet techniques. This class is 30 minutes long.

Pre-Ballet

Pre-Ballet is a 45 minute introductory class for young dancers where they learn the basic positions, form and techniques of ballet dancing both in the center and across the floor. Barre work may be introduced during this class.

Ballet/Tap

The Ballet/Tap Combo class offers students an opportunity to learn the basic positioning, form and poise required for ballet dancing along with the fun, energetic rhythm of tap dancing. A half hour is dedicated to each dance style totaling one hour per week.

Beginning Hip Hop

Hip Hop offers students the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of the urban, street culture style of dancing which focuses on creating a variety of strong physical movements to the beat of music.

Hip Hop dance is a relatively new style of dance that has evolved with the Hip Hop music culture. It is danced primarily to hip hop and pop artists, but is branching out in to new styles of music including classical. Hip Hop dance is composed of 3 main elements; popping (waving, ticking movements), locking (roboting), and breaking. But, choreographic styles are expanding to fit more of the different genres of music being used. Hip Hop dance focuses heavily on the beats of the music, with movements that are more into the ground vs. up on the toes like in Ballet. Students can expect to be challenged in all elements of Hip Hop including breaking which will include movements similar to handstands and floor work.

Beginning Broadway

This is the perfect class for the student who loves the spotlight! This class has three main focuses: acting, dancing, and vocals. Broadway class is a favorite amongst our students as it provides a great outlet for improv as well valuable lessons for auditioning.

Ballet/Tap

The Ballet/Tap Combo class offers students an opportunity to learn the basic positioning, form and poise required for ballet dancing along with the fun, energetic rhythm of tap dancing. A half hour is dedicated to each dance style totaling one hour per week.

Jazz/Tap

The Tap/Jazz combo class provides students with the opportunity to learn the basic skills of rhythm in both Tap and Jazz and explore the differing movement by performing choreographed foot work and floor work sequences to music. A half hour is dedicated to each dance style totaling one hour per week.

Pre-Ballet

Pre-Ballet is a 45 minute introductory class for young dancers where they learn the basic positions, form and techniques of ballet dancing both in the center and across the floor. Barre work may be introduced during this class.

Ballet 1

Ballet is a classical form of dance focusing on elegant and graceful movements, proper positioning, and the building and maintenance of a strong physique. We instruct in the Vagonova, RAD methods. Pointe work is introduced when the student is deemed ready.

Beginning Hip Hop

Hip Hop offers students the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of the urban, street culture style of dancing which focuses on creating a variety of strong physical movements to the beat of music.

Hip Hop dance is a relatively new style of dance that has evolved with the Hip Hop music culture. It is danced primarily to hip hop and pop artists, but is branching out in to new styles of music including classical. Hip Hop dance is composed of 3 main elements; popping (waving, ticking movements), locking (roboting), and breaking. But, choreographic styles are expanding to fit more of the different genres of music being used. Hip Hop dance focuses heavily on the beats of the music, with movements that are more into the ground vs. up on the toes like in Ballet. Students can expect to be challenged in all elements of Hip Hop including breaking which will include movements similar to handstands and floor work.

Beginning Broadway

This is the perfect class for the student who loves the spotlight! This class has three main focuses: acting, dancing, and vocals. Broadway class is a favorite amongst our students as it provides a great outlet for improv as well valuable lessons for auditioning.

Jazz/Tap

The Tap/Jazz combo class provides students with the opportunity to learn the basic skills of rhythm in both Tap and Jazz and explore the differing movement by performing choreographed foot work and floor work sequences to music. A half hour is dedicated to each dance style totaling one hour per week.

Ballet 1 and Ballet 2

Ballet is a classical form of dance focusing on elegant and graceful movements, proper positioning, and the building and maintenance of a strong physique. We instruct in the Vagonova, RAD methods. Pointe work is introduced when the student is deemed ready.

Beginning Hip Hop and Hip Hop 1

Hip Hop offers students the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of the urban, street culture style of dancing which focuses on creating a variety of strong physical movements to the beat of music.

Hip Hop dance is a relatively new style of dance that has evolved with the Hip Hop music culture. It is danced primarily to hip hop and pop artists, but is branching out in to new styles of music including classical. Hip Hop dance is composed of 3 main elements; popping (waving, ticking movements), locking (roboting), and breaking. But, choreographic styles are expanding to fit more of the different genres of music being used. Hip Hop dance focuses heavily on the beats of the music, with movements that are more into the ground vs. up on the toes like in Ballet. Students can expect to be challenged in all elements of Hip Hop including breaking which will include movements similar to handstands and floor work.

Beginning Broadway

This is the perfect class for the student who loves the spotlight! This class has three main focuses: acting, dancing, and vocals. Broadway class is a favorite amongst our students as it provides a great outlet for improv as well valuable lessons for auditioning.

Jazz/Tap

The Tap/Jazz combo class provides students with the opportunity to learn the basic skills of rhythm in both Tap and Jazz and explore the differing movement by performing choreographed foot work and floor work sequences to music. A half hour is dedicated to each dance style totaling one hour per week.

Tap

Tap dancing allows students to learn the art of making music with their feet through the rhythmic movement of the choreography. This is a unique style since dance steps can be audibly matched to the beat of music.

Jazz/Lyrical 1

Jazz dancing is an upbeat style of dancing that uses techniques from a variety of dance styles. Students develop skills for stretching, jumping, and floor movements. Lyrical dance is a style that combines elements of Ballet, Jazz and Modern Dance. Students learn to form movements which express the lyrics or mood of a variety of music.

Ballet 1 and Ballet 2

Ballet is a classical form of dance focusing on elegant and graceful movements, proper positioning, and the building and maintenance of a strong physique. We instruct in the Vagonova, RAD methods. Pointe work is introduced when the student is deemed ready.

Beginning Hip Hop, Hip Hop 1, and Hip Hop 2

Hip Hop offers students the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of the urban, street culture style of dancing which focuses on creating a variety of strong physical movements to the beat of music.

Hip Hop dance is a relatively new style of dance that has evolved with the Hip Hop music culture. It is danced primarily to hip hop and pop artists, but is branching out in to new styles of music including classical. Hip Hop dance is composed of 3 main elements; popping (waving, ticking movements), locking (roboting), and breaking. But, choreographic styles are expanding to fit more of the different genres of music being used. Hip Hop dance focuses heavily on the beats of the music, with movements that are more into the ground vs. up on the toes like in Ballet. Students can expect to be challenged in all elements of Hip Hop including breaking which will include movements similar to handstands and floor work.

Beginning Broadway

This is the perfect class for the student who loves the spotlight! This class has three main focuses: acting, dancing, and vocals. Broadway class is a favorite amongst our students as it provides a great outlet for improv as well valuable lessons for auditioning.

Jazz/Tap

The Tap/Jazz combo class provides students with the opportunity to learn the basic skills of rhythm in both Tap and Jazz and explore the differing movement by performing choreographed foot work and floor work sequences to music. A half hour is dedicated to each dance style totaling one hour per week.

Tap

Tap dancing allows students to learn the art of making music with their feet through the rhythmic movement of the choreography. This is a unique style since dance steps can be audibly matched to the beat of music.

Jazz/Lyrical 1

Jazz dancing is an upbeat style of dancing that uses techniques from a variety of dance styles. Students develop skills for stretching, jumping, and floor movements. Lyrical dance is a style that combines elements of Ballet, Jazz and Modern Dance. Students learn to form movements which express the lyrics or mood of a variety of music.

Ballet 2

Ballet is a classical form of dance focusing on elegant and graceful movements, proper positioning, and the building and maintenance of a strong physique. We instruct in the Vagonova, RAD methods. Pointe work is introduced when the student is deemed ready.

Hip Hop 1, Hip Hop 2, and Hip Hop 3

Hip Hop offers students the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of the urban, street culture style of dancing which focuses on creating a variety of strong physical movements to the beat of music.

Hip Hop dance is a relatively new style of dance that has evolved with the Hip Hop music culture. It is danced primarily to hip hop and pop artists, but is branching out in to new styles of music including classical. Hip Hop dance is composed of 3 main elements; popping (waving, ticking movements), locking (roboting), and breaking. But, choreographic styles are expanding to fit more of the different genres of music being used. Hip Hop dance focuses heavily on the beats of the music, with movements that are more into the ground vs. up on the toes like in Ballet. Students can expect to be challenged in all elements of Hip Hop including breaking which will include movements similar to handstands and floor work.

Broadway

This is the perfect class for the student who loves the spotlight! This class has three main focuses: acting, dancing, and vocals. Broadway class is a favorite amongst our students as it provides a great outlet for improv as well valuable lessons for auditioning.

Tap

Tap dancing allows students to learn the art of making music with their feet through the rhythmic movement of the choreography. This is a unique style since dance steps can be audibly matched to the beat of music.

Jazz/Lyrical 1 and Jazz/Lyrical 2

Jazz dancing is an upbeat style of dancing that uses techniques from a variety of dance styles. Students develop skills for stretching, jumping, and floor movements. Lyrical dance is a style that combines elements of Ballet, Jazz and Modern Dance. Students learn to form movements which express the lyrics or mood of a variety of music.

Ballet 2

Ballet is a classical form of dance focusing on elegant and graceful movements, proper positioning, and the building and maintenance of a strong physique. We instruct in the Vagonova, RAD methods. Pointe work is introduced when the student is deemed ready.

Recreational Ballet

Hip Hop 2 and Hip Hop 3

Hip Hop offers students the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of the urban, street culture style of dancing which focuses on creating a variety of strong physical movements to the beat of music.

Hip Hop dance is a relatively new style of dance that has evolved with the Hip Hop music culture. It is danced primarily to hip hop and pop artists, but is branching out in to new styles of music including classical. Hip Hop dance is composed of 3 main elements; popping (waving, ticking movements), locking (roboting), and breaking. But, choreographic styles are expanding to fit more of the different genres of music being used. Hip Hop dance focuses heavily on the beats of the music, with movements that are more into the ground vs. up on the toes like in Ballet. Students can expect to be challenged in all elements of Hip Hop including breaking which will include movements similar to handstands and floor work.

Broadway

This is the perfect class for the student who loves the spotlight! This class has three main focuses: acting, dancing, and vocals. Broadway class is a favorite amongst our students as it provides a great outlet for improv as well valuable lessons for auditioning.

Tap

Tap dancing allows students to learn the art of making music with their feet through the rhythmic movement of the choreography. This is a unique style since dance steps can be audibly matched to the beat of music.

Jazz/Lyrical 2

Jazz dancing is an upbeat style of dancing that uses techniques from a variety of dance styles. Students develop skills for stretching, jumping, and floor movements. Lyrical dance is a style that combines elements of Ballet, Jazz and Modern Dance. Students learn to form movements which express the lyrics or mood of a variety of music.

Modern/Lyrical

Modern dance employs self-expression and free movement to convey emotions and moods. Techniques from a variety of dance styles, including Ballet, are used to form movements but they are less structured. Lyrical dance is a style that combines elements of Ballet, Jazz and Modern Dance. Students learn to form movements which express the lyrics or mood of a variety of music.

Ballet 3 and Intermediate/Advanced Ballet by Placement

Ballet is a classical form of dance focusing on elegant and graceful movements, proper positioning, and the building and maintenance of a strong physique. We instruct in the Vagonova, RAD methods. Pointe work is introduced when the student is deemed ready.

Recreational Ballet

Hip Hop 3

Hip Hop offers students the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of the urban, street culture style of dancing which focuses on creating a variety of strong physical movements to the beat of music.

Hip Hop dance is a relatively new style of dance that has evolved with the Hip Hop music culture. It is danced primarily to hip hop and pop artists, but is branching out in to new styles of music including classical. Hip Hop dance is composed of 3 main elements; popping (waving, ticking movements), locking (roboting), and breaking. But, choreographic styles are expanding to fit more of the different genres of music being used. Hip Hop dance focuses heavily on the beats of the music, with movements that are more into the ground vs. up on the toes like in Ballet. Students can expect to be challenged in all elements of Hip Hop including breaking which will include movements similar to handstands and floor work.

Broadway

This is the perfect class for the student who loves the spotlight! This class has three main focuses: acting, dancing, and vocals. Broadway class is a favorite amongst our students as it provides a great outlet for improv as well valuable lessons for auditioning.

Advanced Tap

Tap dancing allows students to learn the art of making music with their feet through the rhythmic movement of the choreography. This is a unique style since dance steps can be audibly matched to the beat of music.

Jazz/Lyrical 2

Jazz dancing is an upbeat style of dancing that uses techniques from a variety of dance styles. Students develop skills for stretching, jumping, and floor movements. Lyrical dance is a style that combines elements of Ballet, Jazz and Modern Dance. Students learn to form movements which express the lyrics or mood of a variety of music.

Modern/Lyrical 1

Modern dance employs self-expression and free movement to convey emotions and moods. Techniques from a variety of dance styles, including Ballet, are used to form movements but they are less structured. Lyrical dance is a style that combines elements of Ballet, Jazz and Modern Dance. Students learn to form movements which express the lyrics or mood of a variety of music.

Jazz 3, Jazz 4, and Advanced Jazz

Jazz dancing is an upbeat style of dancing that uses techniques from a variety of dance styles. Students develop skills for stretching, jumping, and floor movements.

Ballet 3 and Intermediate/Advanced Ballet by Placement

Ballet is a classical form of dance focusing on elegant and graceful movements, proper positioning, and the building and maintenance of a strong physique. We instruct in the Vagonova, RAD methods. Pointe work is introduced when the student is deemed ready.

Hip Hop 2, Hip Hop 3, Hip Hop 4, and Advanced Hip Hop

Hip Hop offers students the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of the urban, street culture style of dancing which focuses on creating a variety of strong physical movements to the beat of music.

Hip Hop dance is a relatively new style of dance that has evolved with the Hip Hop music culture. It is danced primarily to hip hop and pop artists, but is branching out in to new styles of music including classical. Hip Hop dance is composed of 3 main elements; popping (waving, ticking movements), locking (roboting), and breaking. But, choreographic styles are expanding to fit more of the different genres of music being used. Hip Hop dance focuses heavily on the beats of the music, with movements that are more into the ground vs. up on the toes like in Ballet. Students can expect to be challenged in all elements of Hip Hop including breaking which will include movements similar to handstands and floor work.

*Please note that all the age ranges are a suggestion and we highly recommend speaking with the Director and/or Instructor to ensure the appropriate class for your dancer.

 

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