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Class Description

Tap:  A form of dance characterized by using one’s shoes as well as the floor as a percussive instrument. (Ages 2 and up)


Jazz:  A smooth style of dancing often seen in musical theatre, music videos and competitive dance.  (Ages 7 and up)


Ballet:  A formalized kind of performance dance that incorporates the foundational techniques for many other dance forms.  (Ages 2 and up)


Lyrical:  A fusion of ballet with Jazz and contemporary dance techniques.  (Ages 10 and up)


Pointe: Classical ballet technique practiced using specially reinforced shoes called pointe shoes.  (Ages 12 and up)


Hip Hop:  A dance style that is often freestyle in nature and primarily danced to hip hop music.  (Ages 7 and up)


Acrobats:  A style of dance that combines classical dance technique with precision acrobatic elements.  (Ages 2 and up)


Swing:  A group of dances that developed with the swing style of jazz music.  (Ages 12 and up)



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