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Summer Classes

We Teach All Styles of Dance including:

  • Ballet
  • Tap
  • Jazz
  • Lyrical
  • HipHop

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"My daughter loves dancing!"

"My daughter Victoria just started her fourth year at Stars of Tomorrow. Each year she has grown to love dancing more and more. She is now enrolled in four classes. Miss Tanya is terrific with everyone!"

-Allyson Steinlauf

"The Instructors are kind and friendly. "

"My daughter Alex has danced with Stars of Tomorrow for 7 years and my daughter Lauren for 5 years. They have always loved dancing here. The instructors are kind and friendly. It’s a nice place where friendships are made."

–Ann Itzler

 

Stars of Tomorrow Dance Styles

 

For our younger dancers we have the "Rising Stars Program". It is designed specifically for young dancers Age 2 1/2 to 6.

For ages 7 & up we offer a progressive syllabus which ensures that each child complete one level before moving on to the next.

Levels are determined by our staff and are based upon age and skill level, as well as years of experience. This is so our seasoned dancers can advance, while our new dancers can learn in a comfortable environment where they don't have to feel intimidated or frustrated.

Please click on the style you’re interested in for a detailed description.

Tap

This style of dance isolates the foot to create various sounds, focusing on both energy and rhythm.  Dress code is leotard or dance top, shorts with tights or dance pants.  Tap 1 & Tap wear tan tap shoes in the recital.  Tap 3 & Tap 4 wear black split sole tap shoes in the recital.

This style of dance is energetic and sharp movements with the body.  Focusing on strength and flexibility, athletic leaps and turns are taught to fast-paced music.  Dress code is leotard or dance top, shorts with tights or dance pants.  All classes wear tan jazz shoes in the recital.

This style of dance is referred to as the core of all dance styles.  This classical dance form is characterized by grace and precision of movement.  More advanced dancers will learn to perform the technique “en pointe,” as determined by our instructors.  Dress code is a black leotard and pink tights with hair in a bun.  All classes wear pink ballet slippers in the recital.

This style of dance is based on the elements of contraction and breath to use the body as a vehicle for movement.  Dress code is a leotard or dance top, shorts with footless tights or dance pants.  All classes use their bare feet in class and performance.

This style of dance combines technique and styles from jazz, ballet and modern.  It focuses specifically on the story and the emotions of the music.  Dancers must be enrolled in a ballet class to enroll in lyrical.  Dress code is a leotard or dance top, shorts with tights or dance pants.  All classes wear nude Foot Undeez in the recital.

This style of dance is truly part of a whole culture of music and movement.  It is most simply described as choreography to urban themed music, widely viewed on MTV.  Dress code is a leotard or dance top, shorts with tights or dance pants.  Knee pads are recommended.  All classes wear black hip hop sneakers in the recital.

This style of dance is another culture all its own.  Most simply stated, Breakdancing is a rapid style of movement, involving acrobatic like movements in which different parts of the body touch the ground, usually performed to the rhythm of rap music.  Dress code is a T-shirt and shorts or sweatpants.  This class wears black hip hop sneakers or street shoes in the recital.

An extra technique class to supplement training in the style of jazz.  This class focuses solely on the progression of technical leaps and turns, with little or no focus on choreography.  Dress code is a leotard or dance top, shorts with tights or dance pants.  Jazz shoes or Foot Undeez are appropriate.  There is no recital for this class.

A floor tumbling class focusing on strength and flexibility for gymnastic skills.  Using mats, students are taught handstands, cartwheels, walkovers, tucks, aerials, etc.  Dress code is a leotard.  Shorts are acceptable.  Footless tights or bare legs and bare feet please.  There is no recital for this class.