Ballet and Pointe are based on a combination of Vaganaova and Cecchetti techniques; these classes include teaching in body alignment, basic technique and body position. Ballet is a foundational technique and is crucial to the technical development of many styles of dance. Pointe is allowed only for levels II and up. Teacher’s approval is required. Level placement is determined by the BSA instructors.
Contemporary requires strong technique and is constantly exploring new possibilities and breaking bounds by using ballet, modern, and jazz as a catalyst.
Hip Hop classes utilize upbeat music from various genres as well as the latest Christian hip hop artists. The resulting outcome is an energetic class that not only teaches various hip hop movements and technique, but also instills rhythm and precision in your muscle memory. All choreography and music is edifying and age-appropriate.
Jazz consists of strong, sharp, and up-beat movements and is greatly aided by a background in ballet technique. Challenging the dancer to use the choreography to tell a story through expressive, passionate emotion.
Tap is a form of dance characterized by using one’s shoes, as well as the floor, as a percussive instrument. As such, it is also commonly considered to be a musical form as well. Class level placement is determined by the instructor
Daddy Daughter is a choreography class that focuses on learning a dance that will be performed at our end of the year recital. This is not a technique class, but rather one of building memories between dads and daughters that culminates with a tear jerking performance at the end of each season.
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