Once our dancers have a strong technical base they are encouraged to develop their own dance expression and individual style – the “wow” factor.
We believe it is important to acknowledge how dance has evolved over the last ten years and to provide the programs to match. With dance in the limelight through shows like “So You Think You Can Dance”, “Glee” and “Dancing with the Stars” as well as movies like “High School Musical” and “Camp Rock”, the well-rounded dancer is increasingly at the forefront.
Our studio focuses on the essential technical base for each style or discipline through syllabus based Ballet (R.A.D.), Jazz (A.D.A.P.T.), Tap (A.D.A.P.T.) and Acro (Acrobatic Arts). Once our dancers have a strong technical base they are encouraged to develop their own dance expression and individual style – the “wow” factor.
We also believe that at younger ages, children should be able to experience a variety of styles of dance in a year. It helps them get a taste of what different types of dance are all about, and perhaps decided which they would like to continue with. For this reason we offer half year programs as well as combination programs.
Brite Studios offers; small class sizes, beautiful modern studios and equipment, passionate, qualified and enthusiastic instructors, and most importantly – a fun, encouraging, and respectful dance environment.
At Brite Studios, we take performance seriously! All of our dancers registered in full year dance programs (except Strength & Flex), will perform all they’ve learned through the year with their class routine at our Year End Recital in June. There may be other local performance opportunities for our dancers to showcase their talent, as well.
Dancers registered in Gr. 1 and higher, will be provided the opportunity to compete with their class routine in at least one Dance Festival during the year! These dancers will also have the chance to perform a solo and/or duet for the Competition season (please see Dance Parent Handbook for further details).
Dancers registered in Ballet, Tap and Jazz (Grade 1 and higher), will participate in Examinations in each of these classes at the end of the year. An experienced examiner will be brought in to deliver an unbiased evaluation for the dancers, as well as, provide constructive feedback and marking.
Please consult the Parent Handbook or contact Kathleen Collier directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on any of our recreational programming