Registration for 2018-2019 classes is now open!

 

All classes held at the Concordia University, St. Paul dance studio.

*send us a message on our "Contact" page to register and/or with any questions*

 

 

Class Schedule

*Fall classes begin mid-September, 2018*

Saturday   

8:30-9:15 am Creative Movement (age 3 - 4*)

9:15-10:00 am Dance Fundamentals (age 5)

10:00-11:00 am Beginning Ballet (age 6 - 7)

11:00 am -12:00 pm Ballet I (age 8+)

12:15-1:00 pm Intro to Tap (age 8+; open to students concurrently enrolled in Ballet I; four class sessions - held Nov 17, Dec 1, 8, and 15) 

 

Class Descriptions

Creative Movement (ages 3-4*) - Designed for young dancers, this class creates a foundation for expression through movement, along with worship dance experiences.  Age-appropriate, Biblically based learning opportunities are incorporated into the movement experience, deepening each student's understanding of his/her identity in Jesus. An Illustration Performance is the capstone opportunity in which the students dance at the end of the semester. *Children must be potty-trained to register for class.

Dance Fundamentals (age 5) - This class explores basic movement concepts, giving each child the opportunity to experience expression through movement as well as develop body awareness, along with worship dance activities. Age-appropriate, Biblically based learning opportunities are incorporated into the movement experience, deepening each student's understanding of his/her identity in Jesus. An Illustration Performance is the capstone opportunity in which the students dance at the end of the semester. 

Beginning Ballet (age 6-7) – Students learn the basics of ballet (from the Vaganova syllabus) as a form of movement expression. An age-appropriate Bible study coupled with worship dance is part of each class, equipping each dancer to understand his/her identity in Jesus. An Illustration Performance is the capstone opportunity in which the students dance at the end of the semester. 

Ballet I (age 8+) -  Based in the Vaganova syllabus, students study ballet as a form of movement expression. An age-appropriate Bible study coupled with worship dance is part of each class, equipping each dancer to understand his/her identity in Jesus. An Illustration Performance is the capstone opportunity in which the students dance at the end of the semester. 

Intro to Tap (age 8+) - Intro to Tap focuses on the basics of rhythmic tap, laying a foundation for further study. This intro class is four sessions long and will continue in the spring. The spring semester will offer a full term class culminating in an Illustration Performance, the capstone opportunity in which all students dance at the end of the semester. 

Class Descriptions 2017-2018

Creative Movement (ages 3-5*) - Designed for young dancers, this class explores basic movement concepts, creating a foundation for expression through movement, along with worship dance activities.  Age-appropriate, Biblically based learning opportunities are incorporated into the movement experience, deepening each student's understanding of his/her identity in Jesus. An Illustration Performance is the capstone opportunity in which the students dance at the end of the semester. All sections use the same curriculum. *Children must be potty-trained to register for class.

Beginning Ballet (age 6-8) – Students learn the basics of ballet (from the Vaganova syllabus) as a form of movement expression. An age-appropriate Bible study coupled with worship dance is part of each class, equipping each dancer to understand his/her identity in Jesus. An Illustration Performance is the capstone opportunity in which the students dance at the end of the semester. 


Coming soon!!!

 

Fusion Dance Academy 2016-2017 Season Class Schedule!

 

If you have any questions, please send us a message on the "Contact" page. 

Tuesday

4:00-4:45 pm Creative Movement, Section 1

4:45-5:45 pm Beginning Ballet, Section 1

Tuition

Creative Movement - $25 per month

Beginning Ballet – $40 per month

Ballet I/Tap – $50 per month

 

Tuition may be paid at the beginning of each month or in full for the semester prior to the beginning of class.