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Now Available! Fall 2015 Schedule (.pdf)

New!! My First Dance Ages 2-3

We are offering a new session class this semester.  My First Dance Class meets for four weeks on Thursdays from 11-11:30am & is $35.  First session begins February 12 and second session begins April 2. Click here for postcard details.

Creative Dance:  Ages 3½ - 5

Creative Dance fuses ballet technique with the pure joy of movement. We explore story ballets, scarves, shapes, magic rings, fairy wings,
improvisation, animals...and much more!   Classes meet one time per Ballet at the Dance Centerweek for forty-five minutes September through May concluding with The Spring Performance. 

Preballet: Ages 5-6

Preballet is designed for the dancer age five through six.   This structured class introduces the basics of academic ballet work, musicality, and movement vocabulary.  This class ignites imagination while encouraging trust in their movement choices.  Classes meet one time per week for forty-five minutes September through May concluding with Spring Performance for the Dance CenterThe Spring Performance.

Modern Dance

Modern dance is a more relaxed, free style of dance, which plays upon
emotions, moods, and designing of unique steps in addition to technique.

Ballet 1-4/Advanced

Four levels of ballet give special attention to correct body placement for classical dance. All levels incorporate stretching and strengthening in preparation for the wonderful years of dance ahead.  Movement vocabulary is expanded with musical phrasing emphasized.Advanced Ballet at the Dance Center  Students grow individually at their own rate being placed at the proper level.  Ballet 4 gives the opportunity to experience pointe work for the serious dancer demanding strength, commitment, and focus.  Dancers are encouraged to attend summer programs, participate in master classes, or join performing ensembles. Students attend one to four classes per week September through May concluding with The Spring Performance.