Classes at certain age levels will be offered in 45 minutes to 1.5 hour increments depending on your child's level and curriculum. During registration your instructor will guide you toward the best class to help your child progress better. All instructors reserve the right to change classes and children according to their best suited level.
We encourage perfect attendance and we hope that your child will attend every class and be on time. As most of the technique is taught at the beginning of class it is vital that students be on time. If for some reason your child is late please help her with shoes before she comes into the classroom. If your child is not going to be at class, please call and let the instructor know or email Corey at email@example.com.
Regular Classes will begin in August. They are offered on a nine month basis from August to May. Each class meets one day a week. There are usually three lessons in December and four or five lessons most other months. The studio is closed three days for Thanksgiving, two weeks for Christmas, and one week for spring break (Master's Week). We are OPEN on Monday political holidays, due to scheduling difficulties, lessons missed due to inclement weather cannot be made up.
Private lessons are a great way to work on a specific weakness or target a certain skill set. This may include pirouettes, flexibility, and/or leaps.
A la carte -- $50 per hour, $25 per half hour
Package of 10+ -- $48 per hour, $24 per half hour
Package of 20+ -- $46 per hour, $23 per half hour
Solos are negotiated between studio director, choreographer and customer. Solo fee includes rehearsal time and choreography. Studio rental is not charged for rehearsal time of solos.
Wedding choreography: $125 for duet: mother/son or father/daughter or bride/groom: approximately 1 1/2 to 2 minute routine, $250 for wedding party: approximate 2 - 2 1/2 min routine, usually requires 2-3 sessions of choreography
Music Editing / CD copies $15 includes 2 CD copies to client
Studio rental time $50 per hour (cheer teams, pageant preparation, fitness training, play practice, birthday parties) 10% discount for groups with students enrolled in studio programs.
Preschool Combination: Ages 3 - 5. Tap, Pre ballet, rhythm training, personality movements, tumbling. Designed to develop coordination, grace, flexibility. Dress Code: Leotard or dance shorts and top, black tap shoes, pink ballet shoes, socks or tights.
Elementary: Ages 6 and older. Beginning Program. Combination classes of tap and ballet. Introduces young children to various forms of dance. Dress Code: Leotards, leggings, spandex shorts, capri pants, fitted tops (no t-shirts) black tap shoes, tan jazz shoes.
Classical Ballet: Ages 6 and up. Beginner through Advanced Program. Designed to develop grace, point, discipline. Pointe work included for female students with sufficient skill and strength. Dress Code: Black Leotards, pink tights, hair in bun or pulled
back (no shirts or shorts). First ballet class of the month: Any color leotard is allowed
Tap: Ages 6 and up. Beginner to Advanced Program. Usually taught with combination of jazz or ballet. Lively approach to learning rhythm and tap techniques. Dress code: Regular dance wear, black tap shoes
Jazz: Ages 6 and up. Beginner to advanced Program. Encompasses theatrical dance as seen on stage, movies, musical productions and music videos. Uses popular music. Dress code: Spandex shorts, capris, leggings, leotards, two piece fitted outfits (shorts/top), foot mittens or jazz shoes
Hip Hop: Beginning - Intermediate/Advanced - This style of dance contains a smooth, organic, blend of urban, contemporary jazz, and even some lyrical dance with emphasis on presentation of style. An eclectic interpretation of hip hop and R&B music, the class encourages students to shed their inhibitions, express themselves and to exercise the biggest challenge of all: TO HAVE FUN. Dress code: Spandex shorts, capris, leggings, loose fitted clothing permitted, sneakers (no bare feet or denim).
Contemporary: This dance form is an example of a partnered/non-partnered dance. In classes, a choreographed sequence is generally taught, but in practice, it is an improvised dance. Contemporary dance is the name for a modern concert dance genre. It is not a specific dance technique but a collection of methods developed from modern and post-modern dance and can take on many forms including dance fusion, emergent dance and revisionism. Dress code: Spandex shorts, capris, leggings, leotards, two piece fitted outfits (shorts/top), foot mittens or jazz shoes
Tumbilng: This is a class designed increase a dancers flexibility and strength while teaching basic tumbling skills. Dancers progress from front/back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, bridges to ariels, handsprings, and higher level combination tricks. Dress Code: leotard, no tights or shirts
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