Charleston Dance Center brought Landon Monroe on staff in 2016 to shake up our hip hop classes and choreography.
“All of these ladies have shown strong commitment through out the season,” explains Ms. Andrea, Charleston Dance Center ballet mistress. “I am so proud of how much each and every one of them has grown this year."
Starting in spring 2017, all Just Dance! company members will be evaluated annually to determine knowledge and growth. All other ballet students can request an evaluation.
It's time for the annual ad contest for the Year-End Performance Program!
Basic dance class etiquette is the same in every single studio, convention and workshop.
What a dancer wears shows her level of respect for the teacher and enables the teacher to see all the dancer’s movements.
Yes! It’s January, but we’re still enrolling in dance classes for students age 2.5 to 6 years old.
Since our Charleston Dance Center and Just Dance! alumni have “been there and done that,” we asked them to look back and share their advice for younger dancers.
Ms. Andrea and Ms. Delaney invite parents to watch their dancer in ballet class during the week of December 12-15, 2016.
Charleston Dance Center's Lowcountry Youth Ballet Company will be performing at several Charleston-area events the first weekend of December.