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Youth through Adult Classes

Mini Broadway Jazz

Jazz/Hip Hop 1 & Jazz/Hip Hop 2

A beginning level jazz and hip hop class for students ages 6-9 (level 1) and 7-10 (level 2), respectively. Students will develop basic technique in both dance forms through a progressive 2-year curriculum.

Ballet

Ballet

A classical dance form of dance focusing on proper body alignment and fluid movement. Barre, center floor and across the floor progressive movements are all used to develop proper technique. Ballet is the foundation upon which most dance forms are based. Pre-Pointe supplements the training of junior and teen level dancers by incorporating exercises to strengthen one’s core, ankles and feet.

Jazz

Jazz

Set to upbeat, popular music, this class combines stylized movement with technique. Jazz dance is based on ballet principles. Each class consists of warm-up using isolated movements, across the floor progressions, and current choreography.

Hip Hop

Hip Hop

This popular, energetic form of dance allows dancers to perform with freedom of movement, adding in their own personalities. This class is inspired by today’s latest music and hippest trends in dance. Age appropriate Hip Hop music and movement is used for each class.

Modern/Contemporary

Modern/Contemporary

An expressive form of dance that incorporates a fusion of many dance styles. Many times this style tells a story through choreography and dance phrases. Dancers are also encouraged to explore their emotions and movement through improvisation. A strong ballet and jazz foundation enhances the quality of movement.

Tap

Tap

A style of dance using special shoes to create different rhythms and sounds. Tap is great for developing musicality and coordination skills.

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