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Jazz

We follow the ADAPT Syllabus in our jazz program, as well as incorporating into it the latest in L.A. and New York dance styles.

The emphasis in jazz is on strength and flexibility developed through technically challenging movements such as kicks, leaps and turns. Jazz dancing encompasses many forms of dance and music such as Rock, Blues, Hip-Hop, African, Modern, Musical Theatre, and Pop. Jazz dancing is a very high energy, fun, and expressively influenced form of dance.

 

The levels of our Jazz program are as follows: Pre-Jr, Jr.1, Jr.2, Jr.3, Pre-Int. 1, Pre-Int. 2, Pre-Int. 3, Int.1, Int.2, Int.3, and Advanced.

All students in our Tap program have the opportunity to be involved in our Year-End Recital and some classes will be involved in Competitions throughout the dance year.

Ballet

Our Ballet program follows The Royal Academy of Dancing (R.A.D.) syllabus.

The classes incorporate the traditional study of classical ballet with free movement and character dance. Ballet is a very technical and disciplined style of dance. The movements are very precise and develop balance, strength and poise. Ballet is the core to all other styles of dance and is needed in order to progress through all disciplines of dance.

 

The levels in the Ballet program are as follows: Pre-Primary, Primary, and Grade 1 to 8 & Vocational Grades (Intermediate Foundation to Advanced 2).

All students in our Ballet program have the opportunity to be involved in our Year-End Recital and some classes will be involved in Competitions throughout the dance year.

Tap

We follow the ADAPT (Foley) Syllabus in our Tap program.

The emphasis in Tap is on creating rhythms using our feet and body as our instrument. Tap has reached a new high in popularity because of it's fast pace and the technical challenge it presents. It is the basis of such critically acclaimed international shows such as “STOMP” & “BRING IN DA NOISE, BRING IN DA FUNK”.

 

The levels of our Tap program are as follows: Pre-Jr, Jr. 1, Jr.2, Jr.3, Pre-Int. 1, Pre-Int. 2, Pre-Int. 3, Int.1, Int.2, Int.3, and Advanced.

All students in our Tap program have the opportunity to be involved in our Year-End Recital and some classes will be involved in Competitions throughout the dance year.

Hip Hop

Hip-Hop is one of the newest and most upcoming forms of dance, combining the latest styles of street and break-dance.

Many of the moves are styled after today’s latest music videos from some of the world’s best dancers such as Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, and Jennifer Lopez.

Types of music include various Rap, Alternative and R&B.

These classes are involved in the Year-End Recital.

Lyrical/Modern

These classes involve both Lyrical and Modern styles of dance and movement. These styles are based on expressing ones self through dance, movement, gesture, and mime the lyrics and or feeling of the music.

 

This class helps to develop expression, flow and artistic quality to the art of dance. Lyrical is for those dancers involved in both Jazz and Ballet classes on a regular basis who have reached Pre-Int. Jazz or above, at the instructor’s discretion.

 

These classes are involved in Competitions and Year-End Recital. A dancer must be strong
in Jazz and Ballet in order to participate in these classes. 

It is decided by the teachers which level each dancer will be capable of participating in.

Musical Theatre

The Musical Theatre program involves combining drama, dance, and singing. The emphasis is on teaching the student how to use their voice and facial expression to add to their dance repertoire, creating a more diverse and complete performer.

Classes will be focusing on show tunes, character development, improvisation, mime and combining song and dance.

 

The Jr. Musical Theatre class will be for 5-6 yrs & 7-9 yrs, the Int. Musical Theatre class will be for 10-12 yrs, and the Sr. Musical Theatre will be for 13 yrs & up.

These classes are involved in Competitions and Year-End Recital. It is decided by the teachers which level each dancer will be capable of participating in.

Acro

AcroDance is a style of Acrobatics used specifically for dancers. It is a genre of dance which incorporates elements of gymnastics, jazz, balancing, tumbling and basic contortion.

Students learn Acrobatic tricks such as handstands, cartwheels, chest stands, elbow stands, walkovers, side and front aerials and tumbling. Trick movements are usually executed slowly to emphasize gracefulness, body lines and picturesque extension.

Stretch

This class concentrates on stretching and strengthening principles for dancers who would like to increase their range of motion and increase their cardiovascular fitness. The class focuses on cardiovascular exercises to warm up the muscles: then works on specific stretches to increase flexibility for movements required in dance and incorporates strength training movements to develop a stronger, less injury prone dancer.

 

Any dancer 8 years old & older may participate in this class.

This class is strictly to develop better strength and skills for the students to better themselves in whichever aspect of dance that they may be involved in.

It is not involved in any competitions or the year-end recital.