For students who enjoy dance and want to make more of a commitment to the dance studio. Dance Company members will have the opportunity to perform at various location around Chicago during the school year. Dance Companies are tryout based, with tryouts held once each year in March. Please contact DancEd via phone or email if you are interested in learning more about Dance Company!
Students will learn dance steps using special dance shoes that make noise! Tap dancing is a form of dance where the dancer is able to make different sounds using their feet and is considered to be an American art form. Gene Kelly, Gregory Hines, and Ann Miller are all famous tap dancers. Students need leotard and tights or unitard, and black tap shoes.
This class will teach students the latest and greatest dances that are being done at Bat Mitzvahs, Bar Mitzvahs, school dances, etc. Party Dance class will be tons of fun and really get everyone moving!!!
Students will learn upbeat and stylized dance moves. Jazz dance is fast-paced and requires high energy. Students will stretch and work on dance technique, as well as learn choreographed routines that move across the floor. Like tap, modern jazz dance is considered to have it's origins in America (with special credit given to Chicagoan Gus Giordano!).
Does your daughter want to cheer or try out for a pom squad? This is the class for you! Learn pom routines, kick sequences, jumps & turns, plus sharp moves to give each student an edge. The instructor has taught pom camps and has been a member of several award winning pom squads.
Mom and daughter will learn dance steps while interacting and having fun with each other. Classes are designed for partner activities with music and props. Participants will need loose fitting clothing and appropriate shoes.
Students will learn basic ballet steps and locomotor skills through games, stories, and imaginary events. Class allows 2 1/2 to 3 year old students to interact with other children and be creative with music and props. PLEASE NOTE: Children should be 2 1/2 years old by the start of the first class and be able to function without a parent in the dance room.