The Hart School of Dance offers tuition in various dance styles. Our general classes are theatrically based comprising of jazz, tap and song and dance. Students enrolled in these classes are expected to attend twice a week with exception to our Tiny Tots (3-5yrs) who attend once a week. Students who wish to attend additional classes and extend their dance repertoire can do so by enrolling in our Ballet and contemporary/Lyrical classes. Private tuition is also available. Alternatively, Senior & Intermediate students can enrol in Advanced Master strength and technique classes.
|Day||4:00 – 5:00||5:00 – 6:00||6:00 – 7:00||7:00 – 8:00|
|Monday||Junior B||Junior A||Intermediate B||Seniors (8:30pm finish)|
|Tuesday||Tiny Tots||Intermediate Contemporary||Intermediate A||Private Tuition|
|Wednesday||Junior B||Junior Ballet/Musical Theatre||Junior A||Seniors (8:30pm finish)|
|Thursday||Intermediate B||Junior/Inter Acro||Junior/Intermediate Cheer||Intermediate A|
Junior Boys Class (Hip Hop & Tap)
(4:30pm - 5:30pm)
Jnr Under 12 Competition Troupe
(9am - 10:30am)
(9am - 11am)
(11am - 3pm)
All styles of jazz as we know it today can be traced back to its roots in Africa & the Caribbean and is a well loved style of dance all over the world.
The unique fusion of British Isles Clog & Step dancing, with the rhythms of West African drumming & dancing in colonial times, created an ever-evolving art form that continues to flourish today. Tap (metal) plates attached to the toe & heel of shoes makes a percussive sound and is considered a form of music. (Fred Astaire considered himself a percussionist)!
A story told through music, dance, words & movement giving equal importance to the dialogue & music.
Created in the 1970's and involving breaking, locking & popping, sometimes called New Style & Jazz Funk, made popular and growing in popularity by 'Crews'.
A sub-category of Jazz with elements of classical ballet, lyrical dance is expressive, subtle but dynamic, focussing on musicality and emotion through music.
Utilises both the strong & controlled leg work of ballet coupled with contact and release, floor work, fall & recovery, changes in rhythm, speed, & direction and is very assertive.
Art of jumping, tumbling, and balancing. One who is skilled in feats of balance and agility in gymnastics.
Originating in the Italian Renaissance courts of the 15th Century it is a highly technical form of dance with it’s own vocabulary based on French terminology. It is the foundational technique of many dance genres.