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TRANSFORMING LIVES THROUGH MOVEMENT

Since 1987, Young Dance has encouraged youth in our community to build body and spirit through the art of dance. Our mission is to transform lives through movement. We are an inclusive community where creativity flourishes and all are encouraged to aspire to artistic excellence.

CLASS PROGRAMS  | PERFORMING COMPANY 

2022 Summer Brochure Register 2022–23 Session Brochure

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Summer classes have started and the Fall/Spring Session 2022–23 schedule is available with registration opening June 21! Click the button above to view the schedule, and keep up with the latest events and classes in the calendar.

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Join Young Dance for an open house to visit the studio, register, and meet some teachers! Whether you’re new to Young Dance or have been taking classes for a while, open houses are a great way for dancers and families to familiarize themselves with finding our space, parking, getting around the building, and seeing the studios.

  • Learn about Young Dance
  • Discover what’s planned for this summer and our Fall 2022-23 Session
  • Register in person
  • Meet Young Dance Directors and Teaching Artists
  • Visit Young Dance Studios
  • Experience moving with Young Dance!

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To ensure that we have a safe and healthy workplace, Young Dance has developed the following safety policies in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Young Dance COVID-19 Safety Policies

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Young Dance Values:

  • Young people are artists with something important to say.
  • Social justice is an embedded component of our classes and organization.
  • Every body is capable of creative expression.
  • The creative process is a model for civil discourse.
  • A healthy somatic dance practice is grounded in a developmentally appropriate curriculum.

“This is the way I know HOW to dance, just by being me!”

-YD dancer to their parent