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JFH (Jazz, Funk & Hip Hop)

The choreography focuses on improving intricate commercial skills including: rhythm, dynamics, timing, musicality, pick-up speed, performance quality and expression. Routines utilise songs from Pop and Urban artists such as Beyonce, Missy Elliot, Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake, and more. An ideal class for those wanting a challenge, have fun, improve their style, and are looking to bring some sass and swagger into their day! The class begins with a technical stretch and strength warm up, followed by a routine.

Classical Ballet

Provides a sound grounding in ballet positions and basic classical ballet movement.

Hip Hop

Street style dance from the Bronx in New York City. Free, funky and soulful expression of movement used by artists such as Usher and Missy Elliott.

Break-Dancing

This class will work progressively towards proper foundations which are taught to prevent injury and promote strong technique. You will learn freezes, stops and transitions from standing to floor and back up again.

Tap

For those aspiring to be the next Fred Astaire, Billy Elliot or Tap Dog extraordinaire. A combination of old and modern freestyle used in musical theatre.

Lyrical Jazz

Lyrical jazz or lyrical dance is a style of dance created from the fusion of ballet with jazz and contemporary dance techniques. It combines many technical elements of classical ballet with the freedom, fluidity, and expressiveness of jazz, contemporary and modern dance.

Glenn Wood Tap

Consisting of 9 levels (beginner to professional) Glenn Wood Tap – the syllabus is comprehensive and user friendly, designed for both teaching tap dance and evaluating tap dance. What sets it apart from other syllabi is that it is founded on solid technique, whilst being fluid, relaxed and enjoyable. Each level contains a complete programme of tap dance containing individual steps, combinations, performance quality routines as well as barre activities and turning technique activities. It’s a dynamic tap dance syllabus that is fun to teach and for the students to learn.

Musical Theatre

Musical theatre incorporates singing, dancing and acting to create mini musicals such as “Annie” and “Cats”. Students portray various characters and learn about improvisation.

Acrobatics

Acrobatics is a form of dance that requires great motor coordination and balance. With that said, it requires ongoing practice and diligent training. We offer acrobatic dance classes to children of any experience level, from beginner to professional. Our students work vigorously towards our annual year-end recital.

Acting & Film

The children’s courses will specialise in acting for film with emphasis on professional, on-set behaviours and procedures. The acting instructor will focus to enhance the student’s individual talents along with helping the student acquire professional knowledge and techniques required for film and television.