Modern Dance

Modern Dance is designed to build a vocabulary base that inspires each student to discover their creative expression. Dancers experience the fun of exploring shape, size, speed and different levels in space through fun exercises and experiments. They will cultivate a strong sense of self-awareness by moving through space alone as well as with others and become comfortable responding with movement either with or without music. The experience is enhanced by the immediate response and collaboration of live accompaniment.

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Please note: some dance classes are closed to new enrollments mid year as the students begin work

on collaborative choreography for their spring concert.

Contemporary Dance

A flow-based class that borrows from jazz, ballet, and modern dance. Contemporary Dance class will start with a floor warm-up that will progress into task-based improvisation. Movement patterns across the floor or in the center that repeat on each side will move into a longer combination that will connect all previous aspects of class. This emotionally expressive dance class will push today’s boundaries of movement in an uplifting, supportive, and motivating environment.

Creative Dance

A pre-modern dance class for children with the ability to sustain 40 minutes of focused activity. Children will discover creative expression and experience the fun of exploring the elements of dance: shape, size, speed and levels in space. Please note: in mid-February, some dance classes close to new enrollments as students begin work on Collaborative Choreography for their spring concert.
These classes will show as Read Only.

Modern Dance

Ages 6-8, 9-12 & 13-17. Modern Dance is designed to build a vocabulary base that inspires each student to discover their creative expression. Dancers experience the fun of exploring shape, size, speed and different levels in space through fun exercises and experiments. They will cultivate a strong sense of self-awareness by moving through space alone, as well as with others and become comfortable responding with movement either with or without music. The experience is enhanced by the immediate response and collaboration of live accompaniment. Please note: in mid-February, some dance classes close to new enrollments as students begin work on Collaborative Choreography for their spring concert.
These classes will show as Read Only.