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Dance Genres

Every kind of dance style you dreamed of 

Ballet School


Ballet is a wonderful way to learn how to move and control your body. It is often referred to as the foundation of dance. It requires commitment and often gets the best results from more than one lesson a week. Practicing ballet can help improve posture and promote graceful movement and strength.

Tap Dancer


Many people who love a live show might also encounter tap dancing in a floorshow, cabaret, maybe on a cruise or even a touring musical theatre production; not just in the UK but around the world. The layman is invariably fascinated, thrilled and impressed by the expertise of the performers but, how do these tap dancers achieve such captivating results? Tap dancing is an integral and important part of any professional/vocational training and in the main, they would have attended a dance school that offered professional tutoring. Tutoring that would both nurture and guide them, throughout their special years, to the highest level of achievement from pupil to advanced student.

Shadow Show


Modern Theatre Dance makes a distinctive contribution to the education of all students, through using movement, which is one of the fundamental modes of human expression. As pupils work together they learn about co-operation and develop an understanding of the shaping of movement into artistic forms of expression. Pupils develop the skill and understanding of Modern Theatre Dance, at the same time as building a sound technique

Dancers in Shadow


Jazz dance is a performance dance and style that arose in the United States in the mid 20th century.[1][2] Jazz dance may allude to vernacular jazz, Broadway or dramatic jazz. The two types expand on African American vernacular styles of dance that arose with jazz music. Vernacular jazz dance incorporates ragtime moves, Charleston, Lindy hop and mambo

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