A group is comprised of three or more dancers who work together to achieve advanced dance technique and master dance routines. Dancers are assigned to a group by studio staff. All groups are invited to participate in dance recitals.
A duet is two dancers who desire to work together in a single dance structure to build upon their dance ability and aspire to dance in recital as a featured number. Parents request and teacher recommendation initiate this type of dance arrangement.
A solo is a single student who desires to work diligently to acquire advanced technique in a single dance discipline. All soloists are invited to perform individually in recital. Parents request and teacher recommendation initiate this type of dance learning.
This is a group of advanced and talented dancers who are selected by studio teachers because of their dedication and dance ability to demonstrate dance technique, stamina and commitment to self and others. This is a great opportunity for these dancers to learn advanced routines with students from other studio locations. These dancers are chosen by teacher recommendation and are expected to be a major role in the annual dance recital/production. All productionaires must be in fifth grade or higher. Classes are held separately from their weekly dance lessons and start mid-February through June.