Contemporary Dance Classes

Contemporary Dance Classes

Classes fuse a variety of modern techniques and current dance styles. They are based on the philosophy that dance is an expressive art form, as individual as the dancer.

I. Beginner (6+)
A: First year of contemporary- A perfect transition class from creative dance towards more dance technique.

B: Second year of contemporary- An introductory technique class balanced with creative dance elements. Also good for beginners age 7+.

II. Beginner/Advanced Beginner (8+)
A continuation of the foundational elements of dance technique. Beginning students welcome.

III. Beginner/Advanced Beginner (10+ beginner)
A class designed to develop basic dance technique and expressive movement. Good for students with a year or two of experience, or age 10+ beginners.

IV. Adv Beg./Intermediate (10+ w placement) A contemporary technique class for dancers with two to three years of experience.

V. Intermediate (Teen w Placement) A contemporary technique class for dancers with more than three years of experience.

VI. Intermediate/Advanced (Teen w Placement) A contemporary technique class for dancers with five or more years of experience.

Beginner/Adv Beg. (teen/adult)
A class designed for beginners and dancers with some general dance background to develop contemporary technique. Experience not needed, but helpful.

Intermediate/Advanced (16+/adult)
A contemporary technique class for dancers with more than three years of experience.

Open-Level (teen/adult)
A multi-level technique class for the adult student. Beginners welcome.

Summer Contemporary Dance

Contemporary (Open Level) @ $66

Age: Teen/Adult
Session: 7/10-7/31
Wed 6:30-7:45 pm

Weekly Class Schedule

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Dress Code

Contemporary I:  See Creative Dance class dress code

Contemporary II, III, IV & V:  Black leggings and solid colored tops (Downtown Dance shirts are okay.) Barefeet or dance "paws".

All teen/adult contemporary classes: Comfortable, non-restrictive dance wear. Not too baggy. Bare feet or dance "paws".

Hair: Hair should be up, away from the face and out of the eyes.  Those without hairbands can purchase one from the studio.