Dance course in singapore: 17 Best Dance Studios And Classes In Singapore

Diploma in Dance | LASALLE College of the Arts

Studio
Studio modules primarily anchor you to a particular field/discipline of study. All Studio Modules assess you in writing and ensure adequate historical and theoretical contextualisation is embedded.

Studio Modules are sites of creative practice with a focus and approach to allow you to discover, investigate and apply ideas, methods and materials. The Cross-Disciplinary Studio module focuses on out-of-the-box learning environment for you to apply your critical thinking skills and develop cross-disciplinary works in the studio. The Final Project culminates in a major studio work which encourages you to demonstrate your artistic practice, conceptual and technical rigour.

Personal and Professional Development (PPD) and personal tutoring are embedded in these modules. It is not a summatively assessed component of the Diploma; however it is central to your success and confidence in learning and is developed on an incremental basis over the three years of Diploma study. PPD aims to ensure that you cultivate strong and reflective study skills thus enabling a professional approach both to academic study and industry based learning. PPD is a self-reflective mentor-student dialogue that can take many forms ranging from one to one discussions to group debates, field visits, industry talks and small-scale workshops.

Craft, Techniques and Technologies
The Craft, Techniques and Technologies modules prepare you to appreciate and develop requisite technical skills for your creative work. The particular emphasis is on honing craft, building strong technique and fluid engagement with digital/technological skills. These will provide you the necessary 21st-century skills to apply to your studio/creative practice.

Critical Thinking Skills and World of Imagination
This set of modules establishes different modes of thinking and creative engagement in an arts school environment. It aims to expose you to a diversity of learning methods, critical inquiry and approaches to express yourself. This approach, it is envisaged, sets the tone for how you as a LASALLE student is distinctive in your approach to learning and ultimately as a professional. This module ties in with the subsequent Self-Discovery and Awareness modules.

Self-Discovery & Awareness
Allowing the 21st-century learner to be self-reflexive, independent and inquisitive is vital. Building on your critical and creative thinking modules, Electives will be offered to facilitate you to work in areas outside of your core subjects.

You will be taught Communications and Presentation Skills where clear and confident public speaking and presentation skills are introduced to prepare you to develop and articulate your brand, articulate an artist statement, build develop public speaking skills and craft develop your social media profile as a professional.

Community Engagement and Professional Skills
You will undertake a community engagement module and be exposed to ways in which the community of your interest can be a source of long-term participation, personal fulfilment and employment, following which you will go on to pursue industry placement opportunities in a discipline-specific field. Students can opt to do one big placement or two to three short placements. Overseas stints will be encouraged. The internship module is accompanied by a Professional Practice and Careers module which gives you the key tools to develop your job preparedness. Here you will be taught about emerging fields, how to be self-employed and network in the sector. Industry professionals and alumni will be invited to mentor you and your peers.

Personal and Professional Development (PPD)
Personal and Professional Development (PPD) is not an assessable component of the Diploma but it is central to your success and confidence in learning. Integrated as part of the Studio modules across all levels, PPD is an aspect of the programme that you must participate in over the three years, to ensure you cultivate good practice in your future working environment and/or employment. PPD is a self-reflective, collaborative mentor-student dialogue that could take the form of seminars, one-on-one discussion, field visits, industry talks and small-scale workshops, with the module tutors taking on the role as PPD tutors.

STEP Studio – Courses

WHAT ARE COURSES?

Our dance courses consist of 8 progressive lessons that focus on basics and technical skills required to execute simple dance choreography. Our instructors teach 1 routine throughout the course following the average pace of the group.

All our dance courses are limited to 16-18 students, and pre-registration is required to ensure commitment from you! Courses are open to all ages, levels and nationalities.

We do not conduct any free trial class.. You will need to sign up for the full course!

There are no refunds or makeup sessions, but don’t worry, if you do miss any lesson, our instructors always do a recap of the previous lessons.

At the end of every course, you will receive a video of your course group performing the routine.

COURSE LEVELS

Beginner Levels 1, 2 & 3
Our beginner level 1 courses are suitable for those completely new to dance.
Beginner levels 2 & 3 are suitable for dancers who have completed our previous levels, newbies who have some basic foundations in dance, or rusty dancers looking for a way to start dancing again!

Intermediate Levels 1 & 2
Our intermediate courses focus on higher level dance techniques and movement quality. Only advisable for those who have completed our previous courses, or dancers who have some experience in the respective genre.

Advanced Levels 1 & 2
Our advanced courses focus on improvisation and freestyle movement – how to apply the skills learnt in previous courses and create your own movement with confidence. Only advisable for those who have completed our previous courses, or dancers who have some experience in the respective genre.

Upon completion of all our course levels, you should feel confident as a dancer and move on to attend our open classes!

I’M NOT SURE WHICH LEVEL TO JOIN…

If you are completely new to dancing, you should start with our beginner level 1.
If you have some exposure to dance before, or taken any fitness, aerobics or yoga lessons, you should be comfortable with any of our beginner levels 1 – 3.

If you have danced previously in school, but haven’t been dancing for a while, we encourage you to start again with our beginner levels 1 – 3 as you will need to build your stamina and strength properly to prevent injury.

If you have completed any previous courses with us but took a break and want to come back, you can join in the next available level!

If you are an experienced dancer looking to train your basics again, our intermediate or advanced levels should be suitable for you.

*Checkout our course videos on YouTube to get an idea of how a class routine looks!

HOW MUCH ARE COURSES?

  • Beginner levels: $136 for 8 weeks
  • Intermediate levels: $148 for 8 weeks
  • Advanced levels: $160 for 8 weeks

24 Dance Studios In Singapore With Dance Classes Including Pole, Hip-Hop & K-Pop

Singapore Dance Classes

Dance is arguably one of the most fun ways to shake off calories without the dread of counting reps. Plus, it can act as a refreshing social activity, post-break-up therapy or a way to feel more in tune with your body. Here are some dance classes you can attend in Singapore with your girlfriends, categorised according to genre. 

Some studios even provide trial sessions for beginners at affordable introductory rates, so you’ll be able to test the waters and find the perfect genre for you.

Pole Dance

1. The Brass Barre

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You don’t have to be incredibly fit or flexible to start pole dancing.You can join at any fitness level and The Brass Barre even offers 1-hour $15 trial dance classes for Singapore citizens. There’s also Chair Dance classes if you want to try your hand at something new. 

As its classes are held after 5pm on weekdays, it’ll also work as one of your after-work activities with the girls.

Price: $15 for an hour-long trial class
Address: 227 Orchard Road, #02-24, Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238858
Opening hours: 5pm to 10.30pm (Mondays) | 3pm to 10.30pm (Tuesdays to Fridays) | 10.30am to 9pm (Saturdays and Sundays)
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Call 6282 6962 or fill in the enquiry form on its website
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2. SLAP Dance Studio

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When you combine the elements of a strip tease and a lap dance, you get SLAP Dance Studio. SLAP offers a one-time introductory class at $15 an hour for first-timers. You’ll learn some fun tricks and finish the class with a sexy routine.

Price: $15 for an hour-long trial class
Address: 144 Robinson Road, #10-01, #11-01 & #17-02 (reception), Robinson Square, Singapore 068908
Opening hours: 12.15pm to 2.15pm, 6pm to 9.30pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 10am to 4pm (Saturdays and Sundays)
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Call 66364622 or email [email protected]
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3. Studio Sands

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Beginner, intermediate and advanced pole classes at Studio Sands are all $30. Sometimes, they’ll have promotional rates, such as first-timer deals. For an 8-week Beginner Tide 1 course, you only have to pay $39 instead of its usual $120.

Price: $39 for 8 weeks of a Beginner Tide 1 course, $30 for open classes at all levels
Address: 23 Kampong Bahru Road, #02-02, Singapore 169349
Opening hours: 6pm to 10pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 10am to 4.30pm (Saturdays and Sundays)
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Call 84522192, 82331723 or email [email protected]
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4. Milan Pole Dance Studio

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Milan Pole Dance Studio is an aerial fitness studio where you can go for pole classes or exercise using an aerial hoop and fabrics. First-timers can get a one-week introductory experience pass for $40, valid for 7 days from the purchase date, where you can choose any 3 classes to attend.

Price: $40 for 3 trial classes, $45 for drop-ins
Address: 11A Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089825 | 18 Teck Lim Road, #03-01, Singapore 088390
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 11am to 4pm (Saturdays and Sundays)
Booking: Fill in the booking form on its website
Contact: Call 6222 9086 or email [email protected]milanpoledance.com
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5. Groove Pole Dance

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Groove has been a proud all-ladies dance school since 2005 at its original Tanjong Pagar outlet. Its classes range from Pole Dance and Aerial Arts to Exotic and Lap Dance. Dip your toes into the sport by trying out the Pole Beginner Dance Course, which costs $180 for 6 weeks.

Price: $180 for 6-week Pole Beginner Course
Address: 195 Pearl’s Hill Terrace, #01-01, Singapore 168976
Opening hours: 6am to 12am daily
Booking: Select the course you’d like to attend and fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Call 6223 4813 (on Mondays to Fridays from 9am to 3pm) or email [email protected]
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Latin Dance

6. En Motion Dance School

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En Motion offers a range of rhythmic dance styles including Salsa and Bachata to help you get moving to the beat. Sign up for a trial class at $20 or a full Level 1 Salsa or Bachata course for $110. There are also other promotions and packages available to help you save as you pick up a new skill.

Price: $20 for 2 Salsa and Bachata trial classes (40 minutes each)
Address: 8 Grange Road, #03-05/05A, Cineleisure Orchard, Singapore 239695
Opening hours: 1pm to 10pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 12pm to 10pm (Saturdays) | 1pm to 8pm (Sundays)
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Call or WhatsApp 91597811, or email [email protected]
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7. Zouk Dance Academy

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While you can’t party at Zouk now, you can still stop by a studio of the same name to dance your heart out. Head over to Zouk Dance Academy that specialises in teaching the Brazilian Zouk; a soulful and sensual dance style.

Price: $160 for an 8-hour beginner’s course
Address: 15 Enggor St, #08-02, Realty Centre, Singapore 079716 | 175A Bencoolen Street, #11-12, Burlington Square, Singapore 189650
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes going on
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book classes
Contact: Fill in the enquiry form on its website or email [email protected]
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8. The Dance Collective

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The Dance Collective specialises in Salsa, Bachata and the West Coast Swing. It holds open classes for $20, but we’ve done the research and found that its membership deals are of the best value. Choose between unlimited Salsa or Bachata classes for $95 per month or go for both at $158 a month.

Price: From $20 for Salsa Solo open classes
Address: 261 Waterloo Street, #01-22, Waterloo Centre, Singapore 180261
Opening hours: 6.30pm to 10pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 1pm to 7.30pm (Saturdays and Sundays)
Booking: Call 9769 7265 to ask about open classes
Contact: WhatsApp 9769 7265 or email [email protected]
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K-Pop

9. KpopX Fitness

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Get ready to look as fit as your favourite K-pop idols with Kpop X Fitness. Each class is 50 minutes long and consists of 13 songs. Classes are held at community centres, sports centres and dance studios across the island. It also has virtual classes so you can enjoy lessons right from your living room.

Price: $12 to $16 per session
Address: Islandwide
Booking: Find a course on its website to book a class
Contact: WhatsApp 9105 9821 between 10am to 5pm on Mondays to Fridays, or email [email protected]
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10. DF Academy

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Live out your K-pop idol dreams and sign up for a K-pop dance class with DF Academy. Not only does it offer packages for you to learn a full song, you might even get the chance to film a dance practice video like your idols. If you’re looking to brush up on your foundation skills first or to try a new style, DF Academy also has a variety of dance classes across Singapore including Hip Hop, Girls’ Style and Street Jazz. 

Price: $65 for 4 classes
Address: Visit its website for a full list of locations
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes
Booking: WhatsApp 8687 8341 or email [email protected] to book a class
Contact: WhatsApp 8687 8341 or email [email protected]
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11. STUDIO DeS

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Drop by STUDIO DeS for an open class to learn how to dance to a section of your favourite K-pop song. To learn the full song, check out its packages for 4 lessons for $120. You’ll even be able to ask for a specific song to learn through its Instagram page dedicated to accepting requests.

Price: From $25 for open classes
Address: 23 Kampong Bahru Road, #02-04, Singapore 169349
Opening hours: 10.30am to 10pm daily
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its Instagram account to book classes
Contact: WhatsApp 8788 5994 or email [email protected]
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12. The Dance Place

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Founded and run by women, The Dance Place is a dance school conveniently located along Orchard Road. Not only does it offer Kpop, Ballet and Bollywood Dance Fitness classes, it is also the only studio on this list that has Musical Theatre dance classes. Dance along to hits by groups like BTS and Blackpink, or your favourite show tunes from musicals like Hamilton and West Side Story.

Price: $400 to $450 for a 10-class package
Address: 583 Orchard Road, #08-02, Office Tower, Forum, Singapore 238884
Opening hours: 11am to 8pm daily
Booking: Call or WhatsApp 8339 9664
Contact: Call 8339 9664 or 6970 5262 or email [email protected]
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Hip Hop & Dancehall

13. O School

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The renowned O School is the place to get movin’ with its Dancehall course, on top of its popular array of Hip Hop classes. Your body can let loose with this Reggae-influenced, upbeat genre. Explore other genres like Street Jazz and Lyrical Jazz while you have multiple class credits.

Price: From $15 for a single class credit
Address: 2 Orchard Link, #04-04, *SCAPE, Singapore 237978
Opening hours: 6pm to 10pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 9am to 6.30pm (Saturdays) | Closed on Sundays
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book classes
Contact: Call 6509 0016 or email [email protected]
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14. STEP Studio

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STEP Studio is named after its founder, Step, but it also has multiple instructors that teach Hip Hop and specialised techniques like popping and waacking. You can also sign for Contemporary dance classes for a taste of something new, as it is not the most common genre among studios in Singapore but is still fun and engaging.

Price: From $10 to $15 for open classes (members), $18 for non-members
Address: 1 Sophia Road, #04-13, Peace Centre, Singapore 228149
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes | Closed on Sundays
Booking: WhatsApp 8177 1759 to book classes
Contact: Call 6397 4989 or DM @stepstudiosg on Instagram
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15. Danz People

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Danz People is a premier dance studio that built up its repertoire with 3 core areas of focus—Hip Hop, Contemporary and Jazz. A single open class costs $16 but check out its website for group and student promotions.

Price: $16 (Walk-In) / $16.80 (Online)
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-15/17, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Opening hours: 2.30pm to 10pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 10.30am to 6.30pm (Saturdays) | 12pm to 6.30pm (Sundays)
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Call 6884 9072 or email [email protected]
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Jazz

16. Jazz Inc.

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Jazz Inc. is a collective of dancers promoting vernacular jazz including The Swing, Lindy Hop and The Charleston. They’ve performed both locally and internationally, and teach both kids and adults. 

Price: $140 for 4 classes of Introduction to Authentic Jazz Dancing
Address: 8 Claymore Hill, #01-03/4, 8 on Claymore, Singapore 229572 | 2 Orchard Link, #05-01, *SCAPE, Singapore 237978 } 1A Aliwal Street, Chenn Leonn Building, Singapore 199894
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Email [email protected]
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17. Lindy Hop SG

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Known as the ‘happy dance’, Lindy Hop classes are carried out according to difficulty levels. Grab a partner and pick up this American style of swing dance in 10 weeks with its Rookie Track course.

Price: $200 to $230 for a 10-week Rookie Track course
Address: 1 Coleman Street, #02-47, The Adelphi, Singapore 179803
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Fill in the enquiry form on its website
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18. SwingStation

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SwingStation also offers Lindy Hop classes. Though you might have to wait a while before it starts its Lindy Hop parties with live music and drinks again, pick up the dance style in the meantime. It is holding beginner and intermediate classes at Aliwal Arts Centre for the time being.

Price: $80 for 4 Beginner lessons
Address: 28 Aliwal Street, Multi-purpose Studio A+B, Aliwal Arts Centre, Singapore 199918
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Email [email protected]
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Zumba Dance-Fitness 

19. 1Fiesta

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Fiesta organises a whole range of Zumba, yoga, dance and fitness classes all over 1Fiesta hubs in Singapore. There are even kids’ dance classes. If you want to book a class online, it’s only $15 per session.

Price: $15 per class
Address: Varies depending on the classes
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes
Booking: Find a course on its website to book a class
Contact: Fill in the enquiry form on its website
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20. Beat Factory Fitness

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From Kpopx and Zumba Toning to K-pop and Dancehall, Beat Factory Fitness has many different classes to suit your skill level and taste. For those who don’t like working out alone, pop by for a fun fitness class to clock your exercise hours in while interacting with others.

Price: $15 per dance class, $18 per fitness class
Address: 545 Orchard Road, #10-11, Far East Shopping Centre, Singapore 238882
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes
Booking: Fill in the booking form on its website
Contact: Call 6909 2204 or WhatsApp 9004 7442
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21. JR Fitness

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JR Fitness has a wide array of fitness classes including Zumba Fitness, Kickboxing and BodyCombat to help you stay fit or get stronger. Join a single class or sign up for a few classes at once to keep you motivated in staying active.

Price: $20 for walk-ins, $70 for 4 fitness classes
Address: 1 Coleman Street, #B1-19, The Adelphi, Singapore 179803
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes
Booking: Fill in the booking form on its website
Contact: Call 6909 5382 or email [email protected]
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Belly Dance

22. Ori Tahiti

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Perhaps one of the more unique dance classes in Singapore, Ori Tahiti teaches traditional Tahitian dance. Learn the dynamic and graceful movements to the energetic drumbeats. Taught by a qualified Tahitian instructor, you can get a great workout for only $20 at the trial class. Its classes are held on Zoom at the moment so you’ll learn how to dance while staying safe indoors.

Price: $20 for drop-in/open class
Time : Saturdays from 1.30pm to 3pm
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Email [email protected]
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23. Angelina Tay School of Bellydance

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Trained in the arts of music, dance and theatre, Angelina Tay is one of Singapore’s most sought-after Bellydancers. Her Beginners course (6 classes) costs $120. She teaches workshops and classes at her own Angelina Tay’s School Of Bellydance so keep a lookout for the latest intake dates and courses.

Price: $120 for 6 beginner classes
Address: The Distinct Creative Arts Studio, 11 Tanjong Katong Road, #02-25/26, KINEX, Singapore 437157
Opening hours: Varies depending on the classes
Booking: Call 9002 6104 to book a class
Contact: Call 9002 6104 or email [email protected]
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24. Bellydance Extraordinaire

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A few minutes’ walk away from Bugis MRT sits Bellydance Extraordinaire, a studio that teaches dance styles like Belly Dance and Burlesque. Since it’s near Haji Lane, you can also drop by some of the cafes in the area after.

Price: $250 for 10 classes
Address: 390 Victoria Street, #03-35/36, Golden Landmark, Singapore 188061
Opening hours: 10am to 9pm daily
Booking: Fill in the registration form on its website to book a class
Contact: Call 9126 3420 or email [email protected] 

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Pick Up A New Hobby With These Dance Classes In Singapore

Sometimes you just need to let loose and move to the beat. Dance is a form of expression that’s not only good for your body but also your soul. These dance classes in Singapore will help your body and mind stay active and moving. No experience is needed—just a desire to learn! 

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This article was first published on 2 March 2017 and last updated on 8 February 2021.

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Contemporary Dance classes in Singapore | Trial Available

Contemporary Dance School in Singapore

Duration:

  • 60 mins for Adult, 45mins for Kids
  • Once a week
  • Progressive Levels

Levels:

  • ACADEMY I (5-8 yo)
  • ACADEMY II (9-12 yo)
  • ACADEMY Youth (13-16yo Beginners)
  • ACADEMY Youth (13-16yo Advanced)
  • ACADEMY Adults (17yo & above Beginners)
  • dTEAM Performance and Competition Team

Examination and Certification:

  • Commonwealth Society of Teachers Dancing (CSTD)
  • Levels:
    • Foundation
    • Level 1 – 3
    • Teaching
      Certificate

Typically, Contemporary is like a free movement dance , or rather like a break free from Classical Ballet lines. It holds on tightly to Classical Ballet techniques, but the choreography is very diversed and generally can not be recognized as any specific dance style, although other dance styles can often influence much of the movement.

It is usually lyrical and slow but as said, it can be any forms, even fast! It requires high level of emotions and expressions to make the movements convincing.

Visit website: dACADEMY School of Contemporary DanceDancepointe Academy is a premier dance institution that offers some of the finest contemporary dance
Schools in Singapore to help kids, children and adults alike learn and perfect the art form of
contemporary dance. The contemporary dance form is known for its versatile nature and can be
performed on any music to create new styles of dance with novice movements.
Our team of highly trained faculty members, have used all of their expertise to devise programs that
cater to dancers of all levels, from beginners to professionals who seek perfection in their art form. We
conduct contemporary dance classes once in a week for duration of 1 hour for adults and 45 minutes for
kids.
We are proud to offer 15 State-of-the-art dance studios catering to various major parts of Singapore.
Our classes can be availed in areas like Alexandra, Bukit Panjang, Tampines, Yushin, Sembawang, Choa
Chu Kang, Bishan, Yio Chu Kang, Pasir Ris, Seng Kang, Seletar, Jurong and Punggol. All of these studios
are equipped with the best resources like safe sprung floors and harlequin mats to deliver a safe and
enjoyable experience to our students.

Trial Available Now!
Perfect the art contemporary dance style with Dancepinte Academy. Reach out to us, and let us guide
you all the way to realizing your dream of becoming a professional dancer. So take the first step towards
your goals and reserve your trial with us today for Contemporary dance lessons in any of our Singapore
dance studios.

11 dance classes that offer beginner trials to make your first moves

There’s nothing quite like grooving to a beat to invigorate the senses. Yet, as with art, it can be pretty intimidating to start without experience. So, I’ve taken it upon myself to compile a list of 11 dance classes that offer beginner trials for you to make your first moves. 

The list includes a range of genres, so whether you’re looking for lively salsa or tranquil ballet, there’s no excuse not to try. 

Here’s a hot tip before you begin: don’t worry about looking foolish. Everyone’s on the struggle bus together, but not everyone owns it.


BalletBody is a fitness studio that specialises in ballet-centric work out classes, a perfect stepping stone if you’re nervous to dive right into ballet.

By incorporating classical ballet moves in their full-body exercises, you’ll be able to try the dance moves in the more familiar context of fitness. You’re guaranteed a good sweat while you’re here.

Ballet becomes a more accessible pursuit at BalletBody, with 3 available class levels: BalletBody Basics, BalletBody Classic, and BalletBody Advance. So, if you find yourself enjoying it, there’s also room for progression here. 

Sign up for a First Timer Trial (S$48 for 3 classes) for a sampling of what these classes will be like. 

BalletBody: 24A Pagoda Street, Singapore 059186 | Opening Hours: 9am – 9pm (Daily) | Facebook | Instagram | Website


2. M.A Ballet

For more focus on classical techniques in ballet, M.A Ballet is a great option. They offer dedicated Adult Ballet classes, which come in two levels: Beginner and Intermediate.

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Through weekly classes, their dedicated and friendly instructors will take you through exercises to build up your familiarity and skill. 

M.A Ballet is a friendly environment that offers a constructive opportunity for learning. You won’t feel out of place or left out while you’re here. The instructors always take great care to include everyone in the class, regardless of class size. 

If you’re unsure, sign up for a Trial Class (S$40) to suss things out before committing.

M.A Ballet: 8 Claymore Hill, #01-03/4, Singapore 229572 | Tel: +65 9631 0054 (WhatsApp Call / Message) | Opening Hours: 9am – 5pm (Mon to Fri), 9am – 3pm (Sat), Closed on Sun | Facebook | Instagram | Website 


3. Lindy Hop SG

Lindy Hop is an American street dance that evolved in Harlem, New York City, in the 1920s. With a combination of solo and partner dance, this is one for the music lovers and social dancers.

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Founded by a group of four avid dancers from Singapore, Lindy Hop SG is a space for first-timers to relish in the joys of swing and jazz. They offer Lindy Hop and Balboa classes to teach you the basics. Following that, you’ll have opportunities to groove with your new skills at their Lindy Hop @ The Centrepoint sessions.

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However, as Lindy Hop is a partner dance, they’ve decided to postpone classes while social distancing measures are still in place. Stay tuned on Lindy Hop SG’s website and Facebook to know when they resume their classes and Lindy Hop @ The Centrepoint sessions.

Lindy Hop SG: 1 Coleman St, The Adelphi, Singapore 179803 | Tel: +65 9823 9394 | Opening Hours: TBC | Facebook | Instagram | Website


4. Caliente Dance Studio

If a spicier social dance is more of your thing, look no further than Caliente Dance Studio for Bachata and Salsa classes.

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Have the time of your life with these intimate and sensual partner dances, starting right from the basics. Here, the experienced instructors will guide you through basic techniques and exercises to help you master the movements. Keep going, and you’ll soon develop your personal flare. 

Book their Trial Classes (S$9.90) to test out your preferences and get a feel for the dance form. 

Caliente Dance Studio: 15 Enggor Street, Realty Centre, #08-02, Singapore 079716 | Tel: +65 9005 3482 (WhatsApp) | Opening Hours: 8am – 11pm (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun | Facebook | Instagram | Website


5. ZiggyFeet

Here’s another option for salsa and bachata seekers. ZiggyFeet promises to be an inclusive space for first-timers and experienced dancers alike to dip their toes in the sport.

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They offer a range of Bachata, Salsa and West Coast Swing classes for you to choose from. 

As always, it’s comforting to have the low commitment trial classes to find out if it’s the right fit for you. You can sign up for a Trial Class (S$10) here.

ZiggyFeet: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #B1-01/02/03, Singapore 039594 | Tel: +65 8181 9785 | Opening Hours: 6pm – 10pm (Mon to Fri), 2pm – 6pm (Sat & Sun) | Facebook | Instagram | Website


6. Aquilia Dance Academy 

At Aquilia Dance Academy, you can look forward to learning the art of Latin ballroom dancing. With a range of physically and mentally invigorating classes, you can choose from the likes of the Samba, Rumba, and Cha Cha Cha.

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You don’t need any experience to join their Beginners’ Latin Course, which will cover basic rhythm, footwork, as well as arm and hip actions. Following that, end a progressive group course with a routine that you can practise on. 

Drop in for a Trial (S$35) at any class between Beginner to Technique level.  

Aquilia Dance Academy: 803 King George’s Avenue, #02-146 & #02-230, Singapore 200803 | Tel: +65 9617 1175 or +65 8616 8490 | Opening Hours (by appointment): 12pm – 9.30pm (Mon to Sat), 12pm – 5pm (Sun) | Facebook | Instagram | Website 


7. Bolly Dancing Studio

With lively and vibrant classes in Bollywood dancing and zumba, Bolly Dancing Studio is an energetic way to stay fit and active.

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What sets them apart is their BollyDazz Fitness program, which infuses Bollywood dancing with modern, high-intensity cardio and weight training for a full-body workout. With friendly and approachable instructors, the classes are clear and easy to follow. 

They also offer a Bolly Dancing Choreo option if you’d prefer to learn a dance routine to Bollywood hits. 

Sign up for a Trial Class (S$10) for a lively sneak peek into what Bolly Dancing Studio has to offer. 

Bolly Dancing Studio: 261 Waterloo Street, Waterloo Centre, #01-12, Singapore 180261 | Tel: +65 9062 1412 or +65 9475 6195 | Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon to Thu), 11am – 8pm (Fri), 9am – 1pm (Sat), 9am – 3pm (Sun) | Facebook | Instagram | Website


8. Dance Embassy 

From traditional Kathak to modern BollyFreak, Dance Embassy does it all. 

Kathak, which translates to ‘story teller’, is a North Indian classical dance form and one of the main genres of ancient Indian classical dance.

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One of their signature classes is the BollyFreak class, which incorporates popular Bollywood hits in its dance fitness routine. This class will train your core and strength while giving you a good cardio burn. 

As they hold different classes at different locations, do check their website to make sure where your class will be held. Their main locations are at the Core Collective on Anson Road, Tong Eng Building on Cecil Street, and 1880 on Nanson Road.

Book a Trial Class for just S$28 to get started on your routine.

Dance Embassy: Refer to website for specific class location | Tel: +65 8161 4082 | Opening Hours (for in-studio classes): 5.30pm – 7.30pm (Tue, Fri & Sat) | Facebook | Instagram | Website


9. Step Studio

For the captivating arts of contemporary street dance, Step Studio offers a range of Contemporary, Hip Hop and  Street Jazz classes.

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You’ll be able to learn a dance routine in your chosen genre, choosing between their Open Classes and 8-Class Courses.

Though there are no trials available for their progressive courses, you can purchase a one-off walk-in Open Class at just S$18. Each class runs for 1 hour, and you can enter at the Intro Level, Level 1 or Level 2 depending on your comfort.

Step Studio: 1 Sophia Road, Peace Centre, #04-13, Singapore 228149 | Tel: +65 6397 4989 (Call), +65 8177 1759 (WhatsApp) | Opening Hours: 6.30pm – 10pm (Mon to Fri), 1.30pm – 4pm (Sat), Closed on Sun | Facebook | Instagram | Website


10. Slap Dance Studio 

At Slap Dance Studio, you can dip your toes into the likes of pole dancing and body conditioning. They offer classes like Pole Tricks and Pole Dance from entry to hard levels.

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This might sound like a particularly intimidating hobby to pick up, but while it has its challenges, they’ve also tailored their easiest classes to be beginner-friendly. You don’t have to have prior experience to take them.

Sign up for a Trial Class (S$12.84) before 31 December 2020 to enjoy their current lower rate for trial classes.

Slap Dance Studio: 144 Robinson Road, Robinson Square, #17-02 (reception) / #10-01 / #11-01, Singapore 068908 | Tel: +65 6636 4622 | Opening Hours: 12.15pm – 2.15pm & 6pm – 9.30pm (Mon to Fri), 10am – 4pm (Sat & Sun) | Facebook | Instagram | Website 


11. Dance Factory

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Who can forget K-Pop? If your preferred dance for fitness lies in this genre, Dance Factory has what you need. With outlets scattered across the island, you’ll also have easy access to their classes.

Try their K-MV or K-Street classes to immerse yourself in the world of Korean pop, while expressing your love for the music through sassy dance moves. 

Book a Trial Class at a discounted rate of S$10 per adult till 30 December 2020 (U.P. S$20)

Dance Factory: Locations | Tel: +65 6565 6368 | Facebook | Instagram | Website 

So, no more waiting on the excuse that you have two left feet! Joining a dance class might be a pricey commitment, but with trials and cheaper single classes available, you’ll be able to find out what you enjoy. It’s time to get moving!

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Diploma in Dance

DDN1110 Dance Techniques 1A 1 10

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.

DDN1120 Dance Supplementary Practices 1A 1 4

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.

DDN1130 Dance in Context 1A 1 2

This module aims to introduce students to aspects of culture, production and science to inform their dance practice.

DDN1140 Dance Performance IA 1 2

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.

DDN1210 Dance Techniques 1B 2 10

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.

DDN1220 Dance Supplementary Practices 1B 2 4

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.

DDN1230 Dance in Context IB 2 2

This module aims to introduce students to aspects of culture, production and science to inform their dance practice.

DDN1240 Dance Performance IB 2 2

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.

DDN1000 Professional Development Roadmap 1 2 2

This module aims to ensure that students are employable, marketable and relevant in the Dance and related industries. Students are encouraged to take a proactive approach to their professional development.

DDN2110 Dance Techniques 2A 1 10

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.

DDN2120 Dance Supplementary Practices 2A 1 4

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.

DDN2130 Dance in Context 2A 1 2

This module aims to introduce students to aspects of culture, production and science to support and enhance their dance practice.

DDN2140 Dance Performance 2A* (Option A) 1 2

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.

DDN2150 Dance Creation 2A* (Option A) 1 2

This module aims to challenge students with developing dance composition skills to create short group dances. Students will also be introduced to basic music improvisation in relation to dance.

DDN2210 Dance Techniques 2B 2 10

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.

DDN2220 Dance Supplementary Practices 2B 2 4

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.

DDN2230 Dance in Context 2B 2 2

This module aims to introduce students to aspects of culture, production and science to support and enhance their dance practice.

DDN2240 Dance Performance 2B* (Option B) 2 2

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.

DDN2250 Dance Creation 2B* (Option B) 2 2

This module aims to provide Dance students the experience of working collaboratively with other artistic disciplines.

DDN2013 Industry Project 1 2

This module aims to provide students the opportunity to participate in the conceptualisation, planning and execution a dance project.

DDN2000 Professional Development Roadmap 2 2 2

This module aims to ensure that students are employable, marketable and relevant in the Dance and related industries. Students are encouraged to take a proactive approach to their professional development.

DDN3012 Overseas Immersion* (Taken after Year 2 during the Vacation) Vacation 4

This module aims to provide students the opportunity to develop their global perspective by experiencing an overseas learning environment as well as cultivating an awareness and appreciation of other cultures, preferably in the Asia Pacific region.

DDN3110 Dance Techniques 3A 1 10

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.

DDN3120 Dance Supplementary Practices 3A 1 4

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.

DDN3130 Dance in Context 3A 1 2

This module aims to consolidate the students’ knowledge and skills related to culture, production, science and education to support and enhance their dance practice.

DDN3140 Dance Performance 3A* (Option C) 1 2

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.

DDN3150 Dance Creation 3A* (Option C) 1 2

This module aims to guide students to consolidate dance composition information and skills towards producing a contemporary choreography.

DDN3210 Dance Techniques 3B 2 10

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.

DDN3220 Dance Supplementary Practices 3B 2 4

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.

DDN3230 Dance in Context 3B 2 2

This module aims to consolidate the students’ knowledge and skills related to culture, production, science and education to support and enhance their dance practice.

DDN3240 Dance Performance 3B* (Option D) 2 2

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.

DDN3250 Dance Creation 3B* (Option D) 2 2

This module aims to guide students to consolidate dance composition information and skills towards producing a contemporary choreography.

DDN3011 Industrial Attachment* (Option E) 1 2

This module aims to provide students the opportunity to immerse themselves in the dance or a related industry, where they will be required to apply their dance knowledge and practice their skills in an authentic setting.

DDN3013 Industry Project* (Option E) 1 2

This module aims to provide students the opportunity to participate in the conceptualisation, planning and execution a dance project.

DDN3000 Professional Development Roadmap 2 2

This module aims to ensure that students are employable, marketable and relevant in the Dance and related industries. Students are encouraged to take a proactive approach to their professional development.

DTD2010 Gemmology* 1 and 2 2

This module explores the science of gems: formation, history, physical properties, practical applications, and the methods and instruments used in the basic identification of the stones, colours and values.

DTD1001 Metalsmithing* 1 and 2 2

Students are introduced to the basic principles of handling raw materials. They will also learn various methods and materials employed in the fundamental techniques of object making.

DTD2020 Introduction to Furniture Design* 1 and 2 2

This cross-disciplinary elective introduces students to the design principles, ergonomic studies and material application in furniture design with the help of workshop practice, concept ideation and presentation.

DTD2043 Introduction to Interior Design* 1 and 2 2

This cross-disciplinary elective introduces students to the basic principles in interior design, with an emphasis on programming, space planning, colour scheme and furniture arrangement for residential design.

DDM2900 Design and Brand Strategy* 1/2 4

This module allows students to discover the framework and strategies of developing a successful brand expression through case studies and analysis. Students will develop a critical understanding of the social (cultures of consumption) and psychological (emotions in marketing) aspects integrated within the context, which will allow students to develop the ability to make good design decisions.

DDM2901 Digital Photography and Publication* 1/2 4

In this module, students will learn to use photography as a medium of expression and communication. Students would explore the different perspectives of story-telling through images, and be equipped with the skills to compile them into a publication.

DDM2902 Packaging Design* 1/2 4

This module allows students to explore the different forms and functions of packaging design to provide packaging solutions that are appealing, functional and sustainable.

DFS2006 History of Asian Costume* 2 2

This module will expose students to Asian elements relating to fashion. Countries and topics covered include Malaysia/Indonesia (Kebaya), India (Sari), China (Cheong Sam and Qi Pao), Thailand (Traditional Court Uniform), Japan (Kimono) and Korea (Hanbok).

DFS2209 Costume Design* 1/2 4

This module allows students to gain knowledge in designing the styles and costumes in theatre, film or television productions. They will be exposed to topics such as reading and analysis of scripts, creation of the mood and style for a production, communication with the Director, distinguishing of characters, and planning of costume plot.

DFS1205 Textile Design and Innovation 1* 2 2

Students will be introduced to various techniques of textile decoration, such as screen-printing and laser cutting to develop their own decorative textiles and prints.

DFS2105 Textile Design and Innovation 2* 1 2

This module explores the manipulation of fabrics through dyeing, shibori, bonding, embossing and weaving to create distinctive textiles.

DFA1001 Introduction to Painting* 1 and 2 2

Students are introduced to the basic tools, materials and techniques in watercolour and acrylic painting. Topics covered include still life and landscapes.

DFA1003 Introduction to Printmaking* 1 and 2 2

Students are introduced to the basic tools, materials and techniques in printmaking. Topics covered include mono-print, woodcut and simple stencil printing technique.

DFA1008 Introduction to Gong Bi* 2 2

This module covers fundamental principles involved in bird and flower compositions, and the line drawing and painting techniques specific to Gong Bi.

DFA1011 Figure Drawing* 1 and 2 4

This module helps students develop the visual and technical skills necessary for portrait and figure drawing. Students work in a variety of media, with an emphasis on charcoal.

DFA1014 New Media Art* 1 and 2 4

This module provides an overview of New Media Art, from the 60s to the present. Students examine a variety of mediums ranging from video art, sound art to digital time-based media.

DAM2094 Arts Management Fundamentals* 1 and 2 2

This cross-disciplinary elective allows non-Arts Management students to explore management concepts and practices that are relevant to the arts and culture industry. Basic yet essential knowledge and skills in management, including skills unique to arts management, are explored in this module, and students are encouraged to observe, analyse and apply these skills in the day-to-day practice of the arts. Students will learn essential arts management skills and apply them in planning and decision-making within the context of running an arts company or organising an arts event.

DAM2095 Introduction to Arts Marketing* 1 and 2 2

This cross-disciplinary elective aims to equip students with basic marketing knowledge and skills essential to all artists. Students will be introduced to the key concepts of marketing and how it is applied to the arts. Students will also learn what motivates audiences to support the arts as well as the basic skills in how to market and promote their artworks.

DMU1041 Instrumental Studies: Guitar* 2 1/2

This module provides a foundation on classical guitar technique, with emphasis on effective hand positioning and a strong grasp of the rudiments of music.

DMU1042 Instrumental Studies: Gamelan* 1/2 2

This module provides students with the practical skills of playing Javanese Gamelan, from simple to slightly complex pieces, up to the level of Irama II.

ACE1001 Speech Presentations* 1 and 2 2

Speech Presentations is a course in writing and presenting speeches. It will impart skills that students need to present their ideas effectively in public. In a supportive classroom environment, students will learn to communicate their ideas effectively using verbal and written techniques.

ACE1101 Business Communication* 1 and 2 2

This module will cover the full spectrum of communications in the workplace; this ranges from effective online correspondences, to report writing, and verbal communication skills.

ACE1102 Entrepreneurship in the Arts* 1 and 2 2

This module will cover the different models of entrepreneurship in the arts industry, and strategies to succeed independently. Students are guided to create personal value and build a productive start-up in the arts with available resources (e.g., intelligence, insight, ethics, initiative and influence).

ACE1103 Starting Your Own Business* 1 and 2 2

This module informs students with essential knowledge in setting up a business. Students develop business literacy through learning basic business principles and processes such as licensing, financial management, start-up operations, and consumer behaviour.

ACR2000 Singapore Arts Scene* 1 and 2 2

This module creates awareness in students of issues and trends in the arts scene, and develops critical thinking skills through problem-based learning.

IDP2001 Interdisciplinary Project 2A* 1 or 2 2

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to introduce students to identify shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It aims to expose students to insights of the various disciplines, and become competent to integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines.

IDP2002 Interdisciplinary Project 2B* 1 or 2 4

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to introduce students to identify shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It aims to expose students to insights of the various disciplines, and become competent to integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines.

IDP3001 Interdisciplinary Project 3A* 1 or 2 2

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to engage students in identifying shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It provides insights of the various disciplines through an interdisciplinary environment, and raise new questions using interdisciplinary perspectives.

IDP3002 Interdisciplinary Project 3B* 1 or 2 4

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to engage students in identifying shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It provides insights of the various disciplines through an interdisciplinary environment, and raise new questions using interdisciplinary perspectives.

10 Hip-Hop Dance Studios In Singapore For Beginners To Groove At

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It’s time to get your groove on with this list of dance studios in Singapore offering beginner-friendly hip-hop dance classes! If you’ve watched one-too-many hip-hop dance videos on your Instagram’s ‘explore’ page or if you’ve ‘closet-ed’ your secret love for the dance in the comfort of your own room then you, my friend, are in for a treat.

With a growing professional and recreational hip-hop scene in Singapore, there’s an increasing list of dance studios for you to groove at without auditioning. If you’ve always wanted to give hip-hop dance a shot, scroll on for a list of dance studios to enrol in!

1. Danz People

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Since 2008, Danz People (otherwise commonly known as ‘D.P.’) has been providing dance and fitness courses for all skill levels. The studio has a fun-loving, dedicated and professional team of instructors trained in a myriad of genres — street dance, classical ballet, jazz and more. This allows the studio to specialise in a variety of dance disciplines and cater to more interests.

Danz People has established a strong dance enrichment programme for both adults and for kids as young as four years old. With their passion and extensive curriculum, the studio has nurtured and produced a strong base of students and instructors from all walks of life. Try out their beginner-friendly hip-hop dance classes with styles ranging from girls’ hip-hop, swag, urban and groovy hip-hop. You will definitely be spoilt for choice here!

Address: Marina Square Shopping Mall, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-15/17, S(039594)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 10am – 2.30pm (by appointment only)
Mon – Fri: 2.30pm – 10pm
Sat: 10.30am – 6.30pm
Sun: 12noon – 6.30pm

2. RECOGNIZE! Studios

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Since its establishment in 2010, RECOGNIZE! Studios — or often stylised as “Я!” — pride themselves in providing quality education for all types of dance forms. Also known as Singapore’s ‘urban arts catalyst’, they strive to constantly grow and support the urban artistic community.

The dance studio has hip-hop dance classes open for all ages, even for kids as young as four! Whether it’s old school hip-hop, groove, urban or girls’ style, there’s definitely a hip-hop class for you at RECOGNIZE! The studio is equipped with reputable local and international dance instructors who share a strong commitment to imparting their knowledge and love for hip-hop. Whether you’re just starting out or looking for a push in your hip-hop skills, RECOGNIZE! Studios is the place to be at.

Address: Downtown Gallery (OUE Downtown 2), 6A Shenton Way, #02-25/26/27, S(068815)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 5pm – 10pm
Sat: 11am – 10pm

3. O School

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O School is one of the longest-running dance studios in Singapore. Since its establishment in 2006, O School has transformed from a humble dance education studio to a regional premium performing arts centre today. Wondering what the ‘O’ in O School stands for? Original, outstanding, out-of-the-box. O School is anything but ordinary.

Apart from their weekly hip-hop dance classes and open dance classes, they also offer foundation courses designed for dance newbies. Try out their level 1 hip-hop classes for an introduction into basic rhythm and groove! If you fancy something a little more feminine, their girls’ hip-hop class will also allow you to unleash those sensual vibes. With a team of highly-trained and established instructors, you can be assured of a professional and fun dance environment at O School.

Address: *SCAPE, 2 Orchard Link, #04-04, S(237978)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 5pm – 9.30pm
Sat: 11am – 4pm

4. Converge Studios

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Converge Studios — also commonly abbreviated as ‘C.V.’ — is one of Singapore’s budding dance studios founded in 2016. Located in the heart of the Central Business District (CBD), this home-grown dance studio has 40 professional dance instructors and faculty members. With their slogan, “where dancers converge”, the studio is driven by a strong belief in being a safe sanctuary for dancers, a place where people from all walks of life ‘converge’ to share a  common love for dance.

Converge Studios caters to all levels of dancers. With weekly ‘basics’ and ‘Level 1’ hip-hop dance classes catered for newbies, you’ll feel instantly at home with their warm and friendly instructors. This studio also offers one of the most affordable hip-hop dance classes in Singapore for those on a budget, so you can perfect those clean isolations without breaking the bank!

Address: 137 Cecil Street, #02-01, S(069537)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 5pm – 10.30pm
Sat: 12pm – 4.30pm
Sun: 11am – 3.30pm

5. Nasty Drills

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Established in 2015, Nasty Drills has been specialising in street dance education (hip-hop, house and popping) since its conception. Don’t be intimidated by the studio’s name, Nasty Drills is perfect for those wishing to receive a formal street dance foundation training through the various courses they provide. Their ‘open’ classes, a.k.a ‘Application classes’ are designed for students to apply the techniques learnt in the courses. Drill classes are meant to challenge and push more seasoned students.

As a result, beginners are advised to take part in their quality foundation course before opting for application or drill classes. Their hip-hop foundation course features the fundamentals of hip-hop: rhythm, groove and footwork — making it perfect for beginners who want a formal introduction into the genre. With a small but dedicated team of professional instructors or ‘drillers’, you will leave the studio a more confident dancer in this familial environment!

Address: 10 Square, Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road, #10-01, S(238896)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri & Sun: Timings are subject to class schedule. More information here.

6. Kulture Studios

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Kulture Studios is a humble dance studio tucked in Kallang Wave Mall. Apart from creating Bouncefit, a trampoline-based workout, they’ve also been conducting hip-hop dance classes to spur on individuals in their love for the dance.

With weekly Korean pop, girls’ hip-hop and Bboy classes, sign up at Kulture Studios today and ignite your passion for the dance style. Kulture Studios’ dance classes are suitable for beginners, so don’t worry too much about having two left feet!

Address: Kallang Wave Mall,1 Stadium Place, #02-05, S(397628)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 11am – 10pm
Sat – Sun: 10am – 8pm

7. EV Dance

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EV Dance prides themselves as one of Singapore’s leading dance studios. With a team of talented and passionate instructors, EV Dance has been actively engaging in dance education for all ages since 2009. With classes in various dance styles ranging from old school hip-hop, urban hip-hop, Korean pop and even B-boy — take your pick and start grooving with them today!

EV Dance also provides dance foundation courses that span a period of approximately 6 weeks. Learn the 101s to hip-hop like bounce, groove and body isolations with their hip-hop foundation course. Tailored for beginners with little to no dance background, you can look forward to learning at your own pace here.

Address: 51 Waterloo Street, #03-01, S(187969)
Opening Hours:
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, and Sat: 10am – 10pm
Sun: 9am – 6pm

8. P.A.T.H ACME Academy

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P.A.T.H (Professional Artiste Training HQ) ACME Academy was established with the aim to groom and nurture Singapore’s budding dancing talents. ACME Academy is also one of the many dance studios in Singapore that offer weekly hip-hop dance classes for beginners yearning to grow their passion for the dance style. They even have a special ‘rhythm and groove’ class each week to introduce individuals to the fundamentals of hip-hop dance.

ACME Academy has also hosted a number of workshops and invited many internationally-acclaimed choreographers to impart their knowledge to the local dance community.

Address: Aik Chuan Building, 17 Leng Kee Road, S(159092)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 10am – 8.30pm
Sat – Sun: By appointment only

9. Legacy Dance Co.

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Legacy Dance Co. was founded by three alumni members from Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s hip-hop dance club New Revolving Age (NRA). This dance studio in Singapore has been passionately nurturing the next generation of dancers in Singapore through their very own unique dance curriculum titled ‘The Legacy Experience’ (TLE). The TLE programme specialises in a quality urban hip-hop dance training curriculum through the use of structured and experiential learning. From introductory to professional levels — Legacy’s TLE programme is suitable for any dancer at any level. Best part is, students can put their skills to the test at dance competitions and evaluations organised by the studio!

Looking for a free hip-hop dance class in Singapore? First timers at Legacy Dance Co. enjoy a free hip-hop trial class! Simply visit this link for the first *step* to unleashing your dance potential!

Address: Marina Square Shopping Centre, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-03, S(039594)

Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 6.30pm – 9pm
Sat: 2.30pm – 7pm

10. STEP Studio

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Based on a strong belief to inspire new dancers into the art of dance, Step Studio is truly the place to take that first step. This dance studio in Singapore hopes to continue nurturing aspiring dancers to develop their passion. Since its opening in 2014, Step Studio has trained over 2,500 dancers.

The studio offers hip-hop foundation courses where hip-hop grooves like the bounces and basic rhythm through footwork techniques like 2-steps, 4-steps and box steps, are taught. Besides these, you will also get to improve your stamina and fitness as hip-hop dance often requires strength and endurance!

Address: Peace Centre, #04-13, 1 Sophia Road, S(228149)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 6.30pm – 10pm
Sat: 1.30pm – 4pm

And there you have it! These dance studios provide hip-hop classes and courses that aim to make your dance journey a stress-free and comfortable one. Taking the first step to attend a hip-hop class is always scary. But remember this: everyone has to start somewhere, even the greatest dancers. Don’t fret about how you look and just have fun grooving to the music! Who knows, you might unlock a few cool moves of your own!

Considering taking up your first dance class but have no idea what to wear? Put on a pair of comfortable women’s sneakers or men’s sneakers; throw on an oversized graphic shirt and a pair of joggers or sports leggings for women and you’re on your way to looking like a suave hip-hop dancer!

Dance Schools in Singapore | Where to dance

Club

DnB step

R’n’B dance

Ho-ho

Denshall

Jumpstyle

Disco

Ragga Dance Hall

Ragga jam

Twerk

Tectonic

Trance

House

Shuffle

Electro

Oriental

Arabic folklore

Belly dance (belly dance)

Bollywood

Indian temple dances

Raks al sharqi

Ritual folk dances

Dances of the Gulf Countries

Social

Argentine tango

Bachata

Blues

Bolero

Boogie Woogie

West Coast Swing

Jive

Zuk

Kizomba

LA style (salsa LA)

Lindy hop

Mambo

Merengue

Pachanga

Reggaeton

Rock’n’roll

Rumba

Rueda de Casino

Salsa

Samba de Gafieira

Semba

Sleep

Forro

Hustle

Cha-cha-cha

Charleston

Modern

Afro jazz

Broadway Jazz

Jazz

Jazz Modern

Jazz funk

Contemp

Lyric jazz

Modern

Swing

Tribal

Fashion dance

Classic

Ballet

Street

Brakedance

Crump

Locking

New style

Popping

C-wolf

Hip-hop

Ethnic and folk

Irish

Historical

Country

Capoeira

Lezginka

Polka

Sirtaki

Step

Ukrainian folk

Flamenco

Hula (Hawaiian dance)

Gypsy

Ballroom

Latin ballroom

Standard ballroom

Others

Acrobatics

Afro

Aerobics

Bootie dance

Zumba

Yoga

Callanetics

Contact improvisation

Crossfit

Latina

Lady dance

MTV style

Pilates

Stretching

Strip dance

Tai-bo

Freedom dance

Pole dancing

Fitness

90,000 English + Dancing in New York, USA

Do you want to know English and dance in lessons from the best dancers in New York?

Then the program “English + Dance” is especially for you! After all, you can combine two important skills, as one of our participants in the program “English + Steps on Broadway Dance” did, you can read her review here.

The English + Steps on Broadway Dance program consists of 20 hours of English and 5 dance lessons per week – this course is intended for those who cannot imagine their life without dancing))

On the first day of training, students are tested for their knowledge of English and distributed into groups. After that, in the morning you will have English lessons, and in the afternoon your time will be devoted to acquaintance with the sights of New York and DANCING under the guidance of professional teachers of the famous New York School of Steps on Bradway.

Rennert School offers a variety of dance styles, and upon completion of the program, students receive not only a certificate of completion of English courses, but also a Steps on Bradway certificate. In the evenings, students can attend jazz clubs, operas, various dance shows. The minimum duration of the program is 2 weeks. The level of knowledge of the English language does not matter.

A specially designed dance program and a combination of different styles consists of 5 lessons per week – dance at all levels ballet, pointe shoes, barn floor, partnership, jazz, musical theater, park, hip-hop / street, ethnic, stretch and tone, gyrokinesis, pilates and yoga, as well as seminars, workshops, training events, performances (depending on the schedule) and, of course, a certificate of completion.

The approximate cost of the program for 4 weeks is $ 4.500 – with the study of English (20 lessons per week) + daily dance lessons Steps on Broadway Dance + residence in a residence in Manhattan + additional. fees: insurance, materials, transfers, registration fees. Details can be found in the “SVT-Center” company. Call 560-065

MORE ABOUT SCHOOL

Rennert School is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, close to subway stations and major city attractions.Rennert is one of the world leaders in international language training.

Rennert has a variety of English courses and programs to suit any need in any area of ​​linguistics: reading and writing, listening and speaking, and speaking practice.

TRAINING PROGRAMS

Rennert offers a wide variety of courses and programs to suit all tastes: Beginner to Advanced English, English for Specific Purposes such as Business English, electives, American Culture – and many more.

  • Standard English course – 20 hours per week;
  • Preparation for TOEFL / IELTS exams;
  • Business English;
  • English + dancing.
  • Spanish courses on request;

STANDARD COURSE

Training program – 20 hours per week.

Intensive English Program: IEP This exclusive IEP offers language instruction based on an integrated approach aimed at developing four skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.The individual courses that make up these programs include pronunciation exercises, vocabulary building and dialogue skills, applying grammar knowledge in context. Optional activities, such as visiting museums, historic sites, exploring New York City, and going to the movies, help reinforce and develop these skills.

Program options:

  • Initial
  • Development of basic communication skills and the study of the basics of English grammar.You learn to write simple and then more complex sentences and build vocabulary by participating in small group discussions.

  • II Medium
  • The course is aimed at developing an understanding of the relationship between grammar and meaning. You learn to take part in large group discussions and make short messages. Writing and speaking skills are developed.

  • III High Medium
  • You develop communication skills with native speakers.Literacy in writing and speaking is increased, and reading comprehension is improved.

  • IV Advanced
  • You continue to develop your fluency in speaking, reading and writing. You achieve excellent command of your accumulated vocabulary and idioms, which allows you to participate in class-wide discussions. You increase your grammar knowledge, develop your reading responsiveness, and develop active listening skills.

1.Advanced training courses

These courses are for advanced ESL students. The main goal of the course is to teach students with an appropriate level of prior preparation to perform educational tasks related to reading, writing and speaking. Students learn to make oral presentations, take notes, independently control their written and spoken language, write essays, essays and simple academic work, and develop critical thinking.

The course is aimed at improving the level of language proficiency for further study, as well as professional and career growth.

2. Intensive course on pronunciation and accent reduction.

Learn the sounds, rhythms and intonation of North American English. This course, taught in our multimedia computer lab, will help you improve your pronunciation and get rid of your accent. In the lab, we analyze speech from American films and music to give you authentic examples of everyday English. Then, on computers, you will analyze your own speech by recording your voice, watching its image on the screen, comparing the recording with the speech of a native speaker, finding errors and correcting your speech.

Program duration: Eight weeks; four hours a day, five times a week.

TOEFL / IELTS PREPARATION

This course prepares students for the TOEFL / IELTS exam of two types: on a computer or on paper. During the lessons, all the components necessary for passing the TOEFL / IELTS exam are deeply and comprehensively worked out: written structures (grammar), reading, listening and writing an essay. The technique and strategy for passing the exam are developed through discussion.Students get free access to computer labs to practice the TOEFL / IELTS exam.

Program Duration: Ten weeks (four hours of lessons per day, five days per week).

BUSINESS ENGLISH

This course includes classes in American Business Practices and Business Relationships, Business Writing, Business Conversations, and Oral Presentations. During the lessons, vocabulary expands and correct grammatical skills are formed.The course develops critical thinking by discussing and analyzing the success stories of various American companies and their relationship to the successful business activities of other companies around the world. Students visit the financial and business districts of the city to gain a better understanding and spirit of the business environment.

Program Duration: Twelve weeks (four hours of lessons per day, five days per week).

ENGLISH + DANCING

This course of study includes 20 hours of English per week + 7, 5 hours of Broadway dance per week.Dance styles are different: ballet, hip-hop and others, those who have been dancing for a long time and those who have just stepped on pointe shoes can learn to dance. A flexible class schedule will not disrupt the process of learning English, but will only contribute to the acquisition of new friends and acquaintances in the creative field.

COURSE COST

(To calculate the total cost of the course, select the number of weeks of study and multiply by the price per week)

The cost is indicated in US dollars

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TOEFL iBT / IELTS exam preparation 289 = “center”> 275 = “center”> 248 = “center”> 223 = “center”> – = “center”> – = “center”> – = “center”> – = “center”>
Business English 253 = “center”> 235 = “center”> 209 = “center”> 189 = “center”> 179 = “center”> 169 = “center” > 159 = “center”> 149 = “center”>

Additional charges: registration fee schools, teaching materials, airport transfers, finding accommodation from school, air travel and others.

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Additional charges: school registration fee, study materials, airport transfer, search for accommodation from school, air flights and others …

ACCOMMODATION

1.Living with an American family.

Stay in clean, comfortable private homes in secure, conveniently located neighborhoods in New York City. Living in private homes or apartments with American families, exchanging views and cultural experiences of their peoples in English will help you get to know the real life of New York. Travel time from family to school takes 35 to 60 minutes to Rennert by metro. Price: $ 1,300.00 per month.

2. In the residence – Rennert dormitory.

At the New York residence (meals not included).Single and double rooms with shared bathroom and toilet. The residences have: air conditioning, cable TV, 2 swimming pools, fitness center, basketball hall, 45 minutes from Rennert by metro. Price: $ 1,220.00 per month.

StudyArt – Study Abroad – USA

Age: 13 – 18 years
Duration: 2, 3 weeks
Intensity: Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 18:00 with one hour lunch break

The program includes training in the areas of “Modern jazz” and “Hip-hop”, there are also special classes in breakdancing, African dance and musical.Classes are aimed at maximum immersion in dance programs and preparation for live performances and video recording.

Dancers are divided into two groups according to their skill level.

Intermediate level implies knowledge of a large number of dance techniques and consistent dance lessons for more than three years.

Advanced level for those who have been dancing for more than five years, including ballet. Students in this program should be well trained in dance techniques, especially in turns and jumps.Dancers at this level aim to improve their skill level.

Tuition fees – On request

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90,000 Best Dance Schools in Australia, USA and England

Do you want to become a famous dancer? Or maybe you dream of teaching choreography? Be prepared for the fact that choreography is one of the most competitive fields of art today.Therefore, even if you are talented and ambitious, you cannot do without a quality education!

We present to you the TOP-3 choreographic schools, after training in which you can work in the best dance studios and collectives in the world.

California State University Long Beach, USA

Based on the College of Art, California State University offers bachelor’s and master’s programs in choreography.

The Bachelor’s Curriculum prepares professional dancers, choreographers, administrators, stage directors, and fitness and health instructors. At the university, students study the artistic and technical aspects of dance, as well as the historical and cultural foundations of this art. The academic program includes subjects such as modern and classical dance, ballet, choreography teaching, fitness, dance theory and aesthetics, etc.

At the master’s level, the curriculum is focused primarily on practice.Only practicing choreographers can apply for master’s studies. Therefore, the program is designed in such a way that study can be combined with work – the course consists of three intensive 6-week summer semesters.

Earning a degree from California State University gives graduates the opportunity for successful employment not only in America, but also in other countries of the world. The local choreographic school has an excellent reputation, provides students with a high-quality education, all the necessary knowledge and skills to work in the field of dance art.

Falmouth University, UK

Falmouth University is renowned for its commitment to classical and contemporary art, as well as numerous courses for young and talented students from around the world. Choreography training here takes place on the basis of the Penryn Campus, the duration of the bachelor’s program is 3 years.

The learning process at this university is focused on the practical component, takes place in a creative and inspiring atmosphere.Thanks to an innovative approach to understanding and embodying dance, the university produces specialists who are ready for the realities of modern choreography and contribute to the development of the arts.

At the undergraduate level, students can choose from three specializations – Dance and Performance, Dance and Choreography, Dance and Society. The academic process involves the study of subjects such as theory and practice of dance, the study of body language, drawing up dance programs, etc.d.

Training takes place in the framework of lectures, seminars, individual and group practical classes. In addition, students here gain experience of direct participation in dance projects and their staging. For those who wish, student exchange programs with educational institutions in other countries of Europe and America are also available.

University graduates are in demand all over the world and work in positions such as freelance dancers, choreographers and directors, founders and directors of dance studios and schools, dancers of theater, opera, ballet, TV shows, pop music ensembles, etc.d.

University of Melbourne, Australia

Choreography training at the University of Melbourne takes place at the Victoria College of Art. Here you can get bachelor’s, bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degrees in dance art. At the disposal of the college there are 5 educational dance studios, as well as a chamber university theater.

At the undergraduate level, students learn the basics of choreography and dance performance.It teaches theory and practice, history and psychology of dance, modern and classical ballet. At the same time, participation in productions of eminent Australian and foreign choreographers provides students with an amazing and rare practical experience.

University master’s students comprehend the art of dance at an in-depth level and, as a report on the work done and the material studied, create their own dance project. At the master’s level, the main emphasis is on a thorough study of all aspects of dance performance and its technical implementation.

In doctoral studies, students conduct their own research on a chosen topic in the field of choreography. In the traditional version, the research consists of a thesis, 80,000 – 100,000 words long. However, taking into account the interests and occupation of the students, in doctoral studies it is allowed to submit their own creative project, supplementing it with a thesis of 40,000 – 50,000 words.

The University of Melbourne College of Art has a fundamental and serious approach to education, producing highly trained dancers and choreographers.Here you can not only gain practical experience, but also become an expert in the history and culture of dance, understand all aspects of this art and contribute to its development.

The most unusual educational programs

Foreign teachers. What are they?

90,000 Dance schools in Kazan: house, swing, tango, blues, hip-hop, twerk, strip-plastic, break, vogue, salsa, bachata

One of the ways to understand which dance direction is worth choosing is to figure out which ones in energy movements catch you: high-quality (hip-hop, house, dancehall, breaking, locking), mannered (jazz-funk, vogue, waacking, high heels), sensual (contemporary, Argentine tango).

Another way is to answer the question: what kind of music do you like? If it’s disco, then it makes sense to try waacking; if funk – breaking, locking or papping; if it is the rhythms of salsa, tango or bachata – sign up for social dances; love house – go to vogue or house dance.

If it is still difficult to decide on all this, you should know that almost all dance schools sell so-called all styles subscriptions, that is, not tied to a specific direction. During the month you try yourself in different styles, and then choose the right one.

Also, if you realize that you feel bad about your body, you should try classes in free movement or free plasticity (“The Netans” by Ildar Alekbaev, “Free plastic” at Level Up, “Improvisation” by Venera Galimova. – Approx. “Indus “). Such activities help to get rid of stiffness and clamps, liberate and expand the capabilities of the body. You develop a motor base from which it is much easier to enter any other direction later.

Everyone can learn to dance, it’s just that someone is given it easily and immediately, while someone needs to spend a lot of time to understand basic things, for example, how one or another part of the body should move, or learn how to make movements to the beat.If you feel that all this is too difficult, do not rush to despair – give yourself time.

Very often students want their body to immediately give out those movements that the teacher asks to show, but if you have never done anything like this before, it is strange to expect quick results. And keep in mind that two hours of classes per week are extremely small, so progress depends not only on work in the gym, but also on independent training. If self-discipline is bad, there are always one-to-one lessons that will raise your dance level faster than group lessons.

If after a while you feel that the stiffness in your body has not gone away, some movement does not come out, or you do not hear the beats in the measure, go to your teacher and share your feelings. He will certainly help – it is in his best interest to keep you going.

It doesn’t matter if you have any experience in dancing. The dance directions described below are suitable for people with different physical abilities (but if you have any injuries or contraindications, be sure to inform about them in advance).At the same time, it is important to understand that not everything depends on the coach – your zeal and desire to learn to dance are also important.

Music Schools in Brooklyn, Dance Schools in New York

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New York City Dance Schools

New York City is known for its street dancing and movement.That is why many from abroad, and even from the United States itself, come here to enroll in a music or dance school. If you are looking for which dance school in New York will suit your aspiration and talent, our site will help you make the right choice.

Music Schools in Brooklyn

It is believed that there are no music schools in New York as such, although there are plenty of them in the city, for example, the Manhattan School of Music, founded in 1917. Today, if the school does not belong to music college, then many people prefer private lessons.Many of the tutors have already recruited a class for private lessons, and therefore are more prestigious than many schools.
Of course, there are dance schools in Brooklyn, and elite studios in Manhattan, which teach amazing dance flexibility, as they include a variety of dance styles and the richest choreography. Clear fixations, spectacular soft waves, fast accents, stylish movements are what you will find in NY dance schools. But besides that, you will receive a diploma and experience that will increase your prestige.

Music schools in Brooklyn, as well as in Manhattan, are considered the most elite and prestigious. Here they teach under bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs. Some institutions are considered not just a music school, but a conservatory. Perhaps because this is New York, but most likely because real talents and professionals are popular here.
On our classifieds site, you also have the opportunity to find for yourself or your children English courses in New York, computer courses or accounting courses in New York.

Hip-Hop style and its features

Hip-hop culture emerged in the poorer neighborhoods of New York in the late 1960s. It received international recognition in the 1970s. Dancers all over the world came up with new movements and directions, so the direction multiplied and expanded exponentially.

Old School / New School

Old school hip-hop styles include locking, popping, break-dancing or b-boing. All of them appeared in the United States in the 1970s and are genuine “street dances”.The distinctive characteristics of the old school are a fast rhythm, which was matched by uneven, broken movements. Music videos by Bobby Brown, MC Hammer and other artists affirmed the direction, and young dancers rushed to explore the style and seek new forms. This eventually led to the emergence of a new school – around the end of the 1980s. Simple movements prevailed here: “Running Man”, Roger Rabbit and “Robocop”, which gradually became more complicated and supplemented.

Locking

Locking is a dance consisting of fast movements and sudden fading.He is very entertaining, rhythmic, the dancer constantly works for the audience, communicates with the audience.

Popping

A wave of energy passes through the dancer’s body, making him shudder to the beat of the music. This is a rather difficult style that requires good physical fitness, perfect knowledge of the body.

Electric Boogaloo

A dance style that refers to the top break. Its distinctive feature: “waves” (waves). The dancer seems to flow from one movement to another, while actively working not only with his body, but also with his face.A whole pantomime is played out in front of you, where each gesture is carefully thought out and verified.

Break / Bi-Boeing

This is the main dance that everyone associates with hip-hop. It appeared in the South Bronx in the 1970s. The style of American teenagers quickly won the hearts of teenagers all over the world. It consists of a lower and upper break. Bottom – the dancer performs tricks on the floor (“gelik”, “barrel”, rotation on the head, etc.). Upper – the dancer moves and freezes in space, and, depending on his training, seems to go beyond the limits of human strength and capabilities.

Other options:

  • Streetdance is a mix of styles and movements from all over the world. The real dance of the streets.
  • Tutting / Tetris – Angular poses and strange movements, most of all similar to the dances of Ancient Egypt. The dancers are like geometric shapes.
  • Battle is a duel, a competition of dancers with each other.
  • Liquid Dance – “liquid dance”. The main thing is to move smoothly, rhythmically, imitating the flow of water.

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