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Steffi Nossen School of Dance Adds Three Summer Experiences

Steffi Nossen School of Dance Adds Three Summer Experiences

New camps will teach young dancers hip hop and choreography.

This summer, Westchester’s Steffi Nossen School of Dance is adding two new camps, Choreography and Hip Hop, to their ongoing repertoire. The school will also begin its partnership with Bethany Arts Community to offer a new location for dance camps. Choreography camp is slated to run from Aug. 12-16 and aims to teach rising fourth to seventh graders the fundamentals of creating their own solo dance voices through poetry written at camp.

From Aug. 19-23, Steffi Nossen will offer Hip Hop Camp to rising second to fifth graders. Students will learn the about hip hop culture and rich history through typical hip hop steps like breaking dancing, as well as through graffiti and disk scratching.

Camps at the Bethany Arts Community in Ossining will offer modern, ballet, jazz, theater dance, composition, and dance history camps for two weeks from July 29-Aug.2 and Aug. 5-9.

Each camp runs Monday-Friday, lasting from 9:00am-3:30pm each day, with a show at the end of each week. No prior experience is required for any of the camps.

Steffi Nossen School of Dance is a conservatory based school offering classes in young movers, theatre composition, ballet, modern, jazz, tap, hip hop, adaptive dance, and more, while focusing on quality dance education for all abilities, from ages 2 to adulthood.

Image: Hip-Hop to the Top dance class is one of the many dance classes offered by Steffi Nossen School of Dance

Courtesy Steffi Nossen School of Dance

Allison Ingrum


Allison Ingrum, a junior at Syracuse University studying magazine journalism, is a former editorial intern at NYMetroParents. When she is not busy typing away, you can find her exploring the city, trying new foods, or sitting in a local coffee shop.

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