Attention all little MSF kids with itchy feet and ants in their pants… Our gorgeous and clever assistant teacher Summer (who is only 11 years old!!!) has created an online dance tutorial just for you! This class is suitable for all Petite, Mini, and Tiny dancers. We recommend setting it up on the tv or …
At the end of the day, performing is supposed to be fun and a celebration of all of your hard work. While preparing and organising yourself before the show might seem tedious and boring it will ensure that you have a fabulous time at the concert. We don’t want to taint your time at the theatre with the stress of a forgotten costume or arriving late.
In 2012, I began my Diploma of Dance Teaching and Management course. One look at the timetable was enough to give me nightmares. Three 1.5 hour classes of ballet a week for two years and no hip hop! I walked into that ballet studio tentatively, frightened and admittedly a little bit “too cool” for this. 2 years later I walked away as a changed dancer and student. It’s now 2017, I am training in hip hop and urban dance styles full time but I still take at least one ballet class a week and I encourage you, young hip hopper, to do the same. If you can’t take my word for it, read on for 4 reasons why.