Lyrical combines classical ballet’s technical elements with the freedom, fluidity and expressiveness of jazz, contemporary and modern. It is principally focused on conveying musicality and emotion through movement.

Fall/Spring recital classes focus on lyrical/contemporary, modern and jazz skills via two choreographed pieces for our December Recital and June Recital.

Summer/Fall/Spring jazz technique classes address crucial aspects of the art form, which include strength, flexibility, body awareness and placement. Though principally focused on jazz-based skills, these classes may integrate lyrical and contemporary, as both disciplines do fall under the jazz umbrella.

Jazz technique is required for Competition Team and Performance Company Contemporary, Jazz, Lyrical and M.T. dancers.

PLEASE NOTE: Though our technique classes do not typically perform, we may receive requests to do so and will therefore accommodate based off a majority need. Please contact admin or the appropriate instructor to confirm.

Interested in other forms of dance? Head to our main Classes page!




In addition to enrolling below, please feel free to review our complete online Spring schedule via Google Drive: Family Copy: Fall & Spring 20/21 Schedule.

Our Instructors

Karsen Dejarnett
Karsen DejarnettProfile pic coming soon!
Brandi Nichols
Brandi Nichols
Kelly Sullins
Kelly Sullins


What should I wear to Lyrical?2020-01-09T02:54:41+00:00

Form-fitting dance attire, i.e., black jazz pants/leggings, spandex shorts (appropriate length please), leotard, form-fitting tank tops, form-fitting t-shirts, etc.; tan leather half-soles; tan convertible dance tights (if performance requires it; please, no nylons); hair pulled back

Shopping Recommendations: Just for Kix and Discount Dance Supply 

What should I wear to Technique?2018-05-28T18:04:47+00:00

The answer depends on what discipline you are attending.

For Acro, see the Acro dress code FAQ.

For Ballet, see the Ballet dress code FAQ.

For Hip Hop, see the Hip Hop dress code FAQ.

For Jazz, see the Jazz dress code FAQ.

For Tap, see the Tap dress code FAQ.

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