Our Exclusive Twinkle Stars Dance program is a 45 minute introductory dance class that is unique and important for every beginner dancer. The secret to this class is that it is structured and fun! It contains ballet tap and tumbling techniques. Young dancers learn the basic steps while learning how to follow direction and imitate movement in a positive environment. Engaging music is used to get these little dancers inspired to dance. The use of props such as “dancing bears”, hula hoops and tambourins enables the young dancer to use their imagination, creativity and most of all, have fun!
Dress Code:Black, Pink or Purple Leotard, Pink, Black or Tan Tights, Pink Ballet shoes, Black Tap Shoes, Hair pulled into Pony Tail or Bun. Tutu’s or dance skirts may be worn as long as the do not become a distraction or get in the way of the dancers ability to move.
Hip Hop Flip Flop
Come join us in this fun, upbeat class for our younger dancers. Dancers will begin to learn the basic techniques and style of Hip Hop Dance all while using age appropriate music and movements. Dancers will also begin to learn basic tumbling techniques and skills. Come have fun in this 45 minute class!
Dress Code: STUDIO ONLY SHOES! (Tennis shoes or converse like shoes) Fitting Top, Shorts or Leggings, Hair in Pony Tail.
Tap/Ballet & Hip Hop Funk
These classes are an age specific combo class, that is a 60 minute. Our Tap/Ballet class entails 30 minutes of tap and 30 minutes of ballet and our Hip Hop Funk is a combination of Hip Hop and Jazz. These classes give dancers a fantastic base and exposure to different styles of dance. We have found that this “combination” technique allows dancers to stay excited, interested and focused for the entire 60 minutes.
Tap/Ballet: Black, Pink or Purple Leotard, Pink, Black or Tan Tights, Pink Ballet shoes, Black Tap Shoes, Hair pulled into Pony Tail or Bun
Hip Hop Funk: STUDIO ONLY SHOES! (Tennis shoes or converse like shoes) Fitting Top, Shorts or Leggings, Hair in Pony Tail.
Ages 6 and Older
The Ballet Program at L.A. Dance is strutted to provide dancers with a solid base form which they can grow in an informed technical environment. The ballet faculty draws from the Vagonova and French Classical Ballet traditions. Dancers who have trained in the LAD ballet program have been accepted to various summer and year round programs including Joffrey Ballet, Steps On Broadway, Broadway Dance Center, as well as collegiate dance programs.
Dress Code: Black Leotard, Pink tights (NO holes, rips or snags) Pink Ballet Shoes, Hair in Bun. Sports bras must only be black or white in color.
Jazz combines many styles and techniques from ballet,ethnic and contemporary dance. Jazz is a rhythmic, percussive dance form seen primarily in commercial venues such as Broadway shows, The Academy Awards, dance revues and music videos. Come join this up beat, sassy and fun class. Dress Code:Tight fitting top, Shorts or Leggings, Jazz shoes or Foot Undiez, Pony Tail.
The term “Hip Hop” greatly limits the scope of a typical Hip Hop class. From R&B and House to Club and Pop, Hip Hop classes utilize upbeat music from various genres, in addition to the latest Hip Hop hits. The resulting outcome is an energetic class, that not only teaches hip hop movements and techniques, but also instills rhythm and precision in muscle memory.
Dress Code: STUDIO ONLY SHOES! (Tennis Shoes or Converse like shoes only to be worn).
Ages 9 and Older
A style of American theatrical dance using precise rhythmical patterns of foot movement and audible foot tapping. It is derived from the traditional clog dance of northern England, the jigs and reels of Ireland and Scotland, and possibly the rhythmic foot stamping of African dances. Tap is a form of dance where rhythmic and syncopated sounds are created by the feet. Tap dance teaches a sense of rhythm, timing and precision as well as aerobic activity.
Dress Code: Form fitted top and bottoms, Black Jazz Taps, Hair in Pony Tail.
Contemporary dance encourages dancers to use their emotions and moods to design their own steps and routines. It is not unusual for contemporary dancers to invent new steps for their routines, instead of following a structured code of technique, as in ballet. Contemporary dance pulls technique from modern, ballet, lyrical, and jazz. Contemporary dancers deliberately use gravity. It isn’t unusual to see lots of floor work!
Dress Code: Tight fitting top and bottoms, bare feet or foot undiez
Register Online or in the studio! Classes fill up quickly so be sure to save your dancers spot!
2017-2018 Dance Season begins TUESDAY, September 5th, 2017 and continues through June 24th, 2018. All classes have the opportunity to participate in our annual recital in June 22 and June 23. Tuition is due the 1st of each month. Recital costume payments are due on December 15th, 2017. Recital fees of $65 due by April 9th, 2018.
NO STREET SHOES IN DANCE ROOMS!
Dress code will be strictly enforced for each class. Please be sure to have proper attire and dance shoes for each class you are taking. Hair must be secured back and away from face. Street Shoes are Prohibited in the dance room. No street shoes may be worn during class time.
Combo Classes: Tap & Ballet Shoes, black, pink or purple colored leotard, pink, black or tan tights. Tutus or skirts may be worn.
Ballet Classes: Black Leotard, Pink footed tights, Pink Ballet Shoes, Hair must be in a bun.
Hip Hop:Sneakers or Boots used ONLY for class, Long Pants, any style of top.
Jazz and Contemporary: Form fitting attire, jazz shoes/pirouettes/foot undeez.
Tap: Lace Up Jazz Taps, any form fitting dance attire.
Tumbling: Bare Feet and form fitting attire.
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