UPDATED JUNE 2016: Find the best dance studios and dance schools in Brooklyn, NY for kids. Search listings of Brooklyn dance classes, programs, and dance schools for kids that provide instruction in ballet, Pointe, jazz, modern, hip hop, tap, and gymnastics programs for kids in Brooklyn, including Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Park Slope, Prospect Park, Brooklyn Heights, and more.
4626 Flatlands Ave. 718-692-4809 9409 and 9411 Avenue L 718-272-1813
Our classes are for ages 2 through adult. We teach ballet, tap, hip-hop, jazz, pointe, gymnastics, Caribbean, African, boys classes, adult classes, lyrical, praise dance, karate, private lessons, and competition classes. Call or stop into one of our three convenient Brooklyn locations for more information. We also offer a free trial class! 29 Jay St., GELSEY KIRKLAND ACADEMY OF CLASSICAL BALLET 212-600-0047 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gelsey Kirkland Academy of Classical Ballet offers a wide variety of children’s dance classes for ages 3-11. The GKA's Children’s Program was created for aspiring dancers who want to experience the joy of dancing. Our goal is to develop creative movement skills, musicality, rhythm, coordination, expression, character, and confidence. Classes foster a nurturing environment that teaches life skills and forms a lifelong love of ballet and the arts. New studios located off the F train in DUMBO. Nutcracker performance opportunities. Register now or get more information-contact: email@example.com Locations in Brooklyn Heights, Park Slope, and Williamsburg, NY KIDS CLUB 347-706-4700 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance at NY Kids Club focuses on one central theme-nurturing a lifelong love of dance. Our engaging and creative dance program is designed for children ages 24 months to 9 years. Your young dancer will gain confidence, independence, strength, and coordination while learning fundamental dance movements in a fun and creative environment. We will introduce students to classic dance vocabulary and technique in creative and imaginative ways, incorporating costumes, props, storytelling, and inspirational music.
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