Fall-Spring recital classes focus on tap skills via two choreographed pieces for our December Recital and June Recital. Adult classes may vary–please confirm with your instructor.
Summer/Fall-Spring tap technique classes address crucial aspects of the art form, which include strength, body awareness and placement under a curriculum that covers speed, articulation, clarity and improvisation.
Tap technique is required for Competition Team and Performance Company Tap 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.
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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.
Tap (Ages 5-10)
Dance-appropriate attire (i.e., comfortable and breathable, easy to move in, no jeans or pants that drag); any style of child’s tap shoes (trial and summer students–if none at home, clean sneakers or ask to borrow a pair if available); tan dance tights for performances (please, no nylons); hair pulled back
Tap (Ages 11+)
Dance-appropriate attire (i.e., comfortable and breathable, easy to move in, no jeans or pants that drag); hard-sole tap shoes with tap toe box (trial and summer students–if none at home, clean sneakers or ask to borrow a pair if available); tan dance tights for performances (please, no nylons); hair pulled back
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Classes are not only based on age, but also based on experience.
We have overlapping age brackets in order to accommodate those students with/without dance experience. For example, if a student is 10, but has no previous jazz experience, he/she would be placed in Jazz 1 (Ages 8-10) alongside students his/her age. And likewise, if a student is 10 and has previous jazz experience, he/she would be placed in Jazz 2 (Ages 10+). If a student does not have any experience in jazz, he/she would be placed in an age-appropriate class. The aforementioned not only helps in addressing appropriate skills for each level based on mental and physical development, but also creates an atmosphere of confidence and comfort as students grow and learn alongside peers within the same age bracket.