Academy Tap/Jazz (60 min): Beginner to intermediate tap and jazz combo class. This class will start with the fundamentals and progress forward with attention to technique and form. These classes also work towards improving flexibility, confidence, and showmanship. Class format is 30 minutes of tap and 30 minutes of jazz with proper warm-ups in each style and choreography combinations.
Academy Hip-Hop (40 min): This class will focus on rhythm through hip-hop choreography and combinations along with working on beginner to intermediate hip-hop tricks and choreography. Learn the coolest moves and skills to share with your friends to the latest radio hits! An upbeat and high energy style class!
Academy Musical Theater (40 min): This beginner to intermediate Musical Theater class integrates drama, dance, singing, and improvisation in a fun and creative class. From costumes and characters to props and performances, this is one class where students truly get to show their star potential.
Academy Contemporary Lyrical (40 min): Learn proper technique & skill (ballet-based) as you express emotions through graceful music & soft choreography.
Academy Ballet (60 min): Our ballet program equips today’s young dancers with the artistry and athleticism necessary for today’s dance world. While still maintaining the classical tradition of dance as an art form, the comprehensive training program offers students the opportunity to explore artistically, and creatively while following our curriculum based on physical principles.
Academy Jazz (60 min): Be introduced to jazz or go back to the basics in this technique-focused class. The class focus is on a proper jazz warm-up, stretching, conditioning and technique combinations. Jazz skills are beginner to intermediate. This class will perform jazz choreography in the recital.
Academy Sampler (40 min): For the Academy dancer looking to try multiple styles – dancers will take each style throughout the first half of our year including Jazz, Hip-Hop, Musical Theater & Contemporary Lyrical. Only 1 of these 4 styles will be performed in the end of the year recital.