Contemporary dance has influences from several dance styles including modern, lyrical, Jazz and ballet. It uses fluid movements and incorporates floor work to produce unique pieces where improvisation is encouraged.
Jazz dancing has appeared in many Hollywood and Broadway productions since its beginning in the 1950’s. It’s unique style compliments many cultural and traditional techniques used in many dance styles. Learn leaps, turns, and jumps in this class as you develop flexibility and creativity.
This introductory class reviews the fundamentals of ballet and tap in a fun child-centered environment.
Tap dance bridges musically and dance by using tap shoes as a form of percussion. Widely used on Broadway and other stages, it emphasizes coordination and rhythm. Tap can be enjoyed by dancers of all ages and skill level.
This exciting and popular class lets children explore the high energy easy to learn steps of contemporary hip hop. Children are given the opportunity to learn and create choreography to the most popular tunes on the radio. Its low technical nature makes this class fun and appropriate for any level.
Ballet is considered the foundation of artistic dance. It’s widely known for its meticulous attention to technical detail while incorporating proper alignment and body placement. Students will learn standard positions and techniques combined with a variety of leaps and turns.