Courses: Hip-Hop

The cultural revolution that is hip-hop spawned entirely new forms of dance. Many styles, such as break dancing, originated on the streets and slowly found their way into dance competitions and official venues.

This class is a fast-paced lesson in the history of the hip-hop genre. From the break beats of the early eighties and the sounds of DJ Afrika Bambaataa and Kool Herc to the latest Jay-Z or Macklemore track, this class offers nonstop funky beats and a fun workout to boot.

 

Dress Code

Students may wear ballet level leotard and tan tights.  Plain black leotard and leggings may be worn if student is not enrolled in ballet classes.  

 

Black jazz shoes or hip hop shoes or clean tennis shoes (not to be worn outside) are appropriate for class. 

Check out these hip hop moves in the photo gallery below.

Acrobatics

Female students may wear ballet level leotard, tan footless tights or black leggings.  Studio approved black shorts also may be worn over the leotard and tights.

 

Male students may wear tee shirts and shorts. 

 

All students take class with bare feet.

Where to Find the Studio

The Courthouse School of Ballet LLC
6376 Jefferson Davis Highway Suite 212
Spotsylvania, VA 22551
 
Phone: 804-512-3851

Email: tucker@courthouseballet.com

 

Or use our contact form.

Studio News

 

Did you get a chance to see some of our dancers at the Spotsylvania Courthouse Village Food Truck Rodeo this year?  We had a great time and a photo of some of our dancers was featured in the Free Lance Star!

 

Looking for a new class to try? Go to the "Classes" tab and scroll down to View our Fall Class Schedule. New classes have been added! 

 

Visitors Welcome!

 

Please call us if you would like to stop by for more information and a tour  or to register for classes.  

804-512-3851

 

 

Feel free to Email us with any questions: tucker@courthouseballet.com

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