After completion of the “Try out session” your child will be able to join our Semester Recital Program. The will continue to work & expand on previous skills, acquiring new ones and will showcase them with a routine in the end of the semester.
No previous experience is required. The students will learn fundamentals of Hip Hop/Break dancing & learn a fun Choreography that will be performed in the end of the session.
This will help your child to develop coordination and overall confidence, besides giving him/her the knowledge of the dance itself. The instructor have been teaching Kids and Teens hip hop classes for the past 8 years and is one of the best in the state. She is a talented and patient instructor with years of teaching & competition experience. Kids love it! Age limit: 9-12 years old.
DF DANCE STUDIO 2978 State St Unit B, South Salt Lake, UT 84115 (801) 466-0490
The Dance Club
983 North State Street
Orem, UT 84057
The Dance Club does it again… Best of State, 2 years in a row!
The Best of State award recognizes individuals, businesses and organizations that are excelling and surpassing all else and who are the best of the best in their respective fields. This award was given to The Dance Club because they excel in their endeavors, use innovative approaches, and contribute to a better quality of life in Utah! Congratulations to all those who helped The Dance Club receive such a prestigious award. Thanks for never settling for anything but the BEST!
The Hale Center Foundation for the Arts and Education is dedicated to its three-fold mission to provide a high quality, intimate, theatrical experience while maintaining affordable ticket prices; furnish an excellent venue for artists to express their talents and gain valuable experience; and invest in people by providing a positive place for children and adults to learn and perform.
Established in 1990 by Ruth and Nathan Hale, the Hale Center Theater Orem has stood as a pillar of the performing arts in Utah Valley ever since. It is also the main pillar of the Hale Center Foundation for the Arts and Education. Now in their eighth straight year of being voted “Best Live Theater of Utah Valley,” HCTO continues to put on over 300 performances of family-friendly comedies and musicals each year.
With over 15,000 costume designs in stock, Archive Costumes ships regularly to schools, theaters, partygoers, and event organizers all over the United States! One satisfied customer raves, “You won’t find a better costume design team in Utah!”
Acting, dance, and yoga classes and costume rentals also available!
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8699 Highland Dr
Sandy, UT 84093-1697
Since 1984 Singers Unlimited has provided thousands of students the opportunity for high quality singing and dancing instruction with professional performing experiences. We are convieniently located in Sandy, Utah and have students from Draper, Murray, West Jordan, Herriman, Midvale and Park City. We offer classes that combine the best of singing and dancing lessons, and let your child take center stage! Our belief is that we are not only providing our students with excellent skills but, experiences that will last them a life time!
Previous Featured Performances Include:
Ultimate Utah Celebration
“Day of Celebration”-Rice Eccles Stadium
Red Hot 4th of July
Utah-Moscow Winter Games
2002 Olympic Winter Games
International Mens Volleyball Championships
Karl Malone Foundation
Joseph and his Amazing….with Donny Osmond
Zumba Fitness Classes in Sandy, Utah
Looking for a fun and effective way to exercise and burn extra calories? Then ditch the workout and join the party! Singer’s Unlimited Studio in Willow Creek area of Sandy is offering Zumba classes for ages 14+. Zumba is a combination of Latin and international rhythms and easy to follow moves. It’s a great cardio workout – you will burn 500-1000 calories in one hour! Zumba also provides full body toning. But most of all – it’s FUN!!! You will love it.
Wed 7-8 pm, Sat 9-10 am, Sun 9-10 am.
Cost: $7 drop-in rate, $5 with 10-class punch card, prepaid.
Instructor: Karine Ganom, Zumba Basic I, Zumba Toning and Zumbatomic (Zumba for Kids) certified instructor
No registration or membership required! Stop by and check us out.
521 1/2 N Main Street
Logan, UT 84321
The Tueller School of Dance began in Logan in 1963 by Valene Tueller. Valene is the daugher of Louise Lauriski who also taught dancing in Cache valley for many years. Valene grew up dancing all her life and teaching was second nature to her. When she and her husband and their children moved back to Logan in 1963 she began the Tueller School of Dance. She taught ballet, tap and jazz in the basement of her home.The dancing school thrived and grew, enjoying much success.
In 1976 Rod and Valene purchased the existing building at 521 North Main and the studio as we know it today was born. Valene has 5 daughters that grew up dancing and teaching. Today the studio is run by her oldest daughter Tina Comadena, assisted by another daughter, Joni Nelson, and by Tina’s only daughter Nikila Comadena Lopez. The Tueller School of Dance has enjoyed much success and trained many wonderful and successful dancers. They have an outstanding reputation thoughout the valley, state as well as nationally. They teach ballet, lyrical, jazz, hip-hop and tap.
Classes are $5 or $3 with the purchase of a 10, 20 or 30 punch pass.
Classes are Monday and Wednesday nights from 8:30-9:30 p.m.
The term Highland dance or Highland dancing is used today to refer to a style of athletic solo dancing which developed in the Gaelic Highlands of Scotland. Highland dance evolved into its current form during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in the context of competitions at public events (namely Highland games), where it is often performed to the accompaniment of Highland bagpipe music. Highland dancers wear specialized shoes called ghillies.
Highland dance has been subject to many influences from outside the Highlands. For example, it has been heavily influenced by the urban aesthetics of the patrons and judges of dance competitions since the nineteenth century. All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License – Wikipedia
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