Community Dance Schedule

Schedule

Coppin State University Dance Program has the right to make changes to the schedule and cancel classes due to low enrollment.

 

Community Dance Schedule

Wednesday

PEC Dance Studio

Friday

PEC Dance Studio

Saturday

PEC Dance Studio

Saturday

Tawes Ballroom 2nd Floor

   

Creative Ballet
9:30-10:15am

Dance Company
9:30-11:00am

   

Ballet I
10:15-11:15am

Tap
11-12:00 pm

   

Modern I
11:15-12:15

Hip Hop Fusion
12:30-1:30pm

Ballet II
6-7:15pm

Modern II
6:00-7:15pm

Pointe/Pre-Pointe
12:15-1:45pm

Intro Jazz Dance
1:30-2:30pm

Ballet III
7:15-8:45pm

Jazz
7:00-8:15pm

Liturgical
1:45-2:45pm

 
 

Modern III
8:15-9:30pm

W African Dance
2:45-4 pm

 

 

Bravo Community Classes

Dancer

Creative Basics (Ages 3 ½ -5)

This course is for youngest students to begin the process of learning basic ballet technique. The course focus on learning foundational ballet terminology performed with creative movement and music.

Attire: Pink Theatrical Girls Short Sleeve Dance Leotard - Style # N5502C, pink tights and pink ballet shoes.


West African Dance (Ages 6 and up)

This course introduces and reinforces student knowledge of West African dance techniques of: Senegal, Liberia, The Gambia, Guinea and the Ivory Coast. This course places emphasizes on both musicality and comprehension of movement in order to maintain the communal environment that is descriptive of West African technique classes. Class structure includes full body warm-up, movement breakdown in center, and movement danced across floor all performed to live percussion.

Attire: comfortable solid color top, dance pants, lappa/wrap skirt (girls)


Hip Hop (Ages 6 and up)

This course focuses on physicality, musicality and flexibility. Elements of Hip Hop culture and history are taught as student dance to mixtures of rap, pop and forms of club music

Attire: Solid color shirt comfortable pants to move in, no excessively baggy clothing, no jeans, CLEAN tennis shoes- DO NOT wear them into the studio off the street- bring them with you. We don’t want to track dirt onto the studio floors


Liturgical/Praise Dance (ages 6 and up)

Also know as praise dance, this course uses element of Ballet, Jazz and Lyrical modern dance to bring spiritual/inspirational songs to life

Attire: leotard, with tights or black dance pants


Jazz (ages 6 and up)

This is course is open to students interested in learning traditional jazz technique, movements and choreography.

Attire: Leotard, black jazz pants or tights and jazz shoes

 

Community Dance Performance Track

These courses require placement audition.

 

Ballet I – III (Ages 6 and up)

This course is for students with a desire to learn classical ballet. The course focus on developing the student’s core understanding of classical ballet vocabulary and technique.

Attire:

  • Level 1 - Light Blue Theatrical Girls Short Sleeve Dance Leotard - Style # N5502C, suntan convertible tights and tan/flesh color ballet shoes.
  • Level 2 - Royal Blue Theatrical Girls Short Sleeve Dance Leotard - Style # N5502C, suntan convertible tight and flesh color ballet shoes.
  • Level 3 - Black leotard CAPEZIO Short Sleeve Leotard Style # CC400, suntan convertible tights and flesh color ballet shoes.

Modern I-III (ages 6 and up)

These courses are designed to history; increase flexibility, musicality and fluidity by working with the spirals that already exist within the body. Students begin by finding the core, awakening a home base from which to move. This shall lead to a lengthening of the extremities to find the most distal points. Using efficient transitions and increasing momentum, students will paint the space with a seamless through-line from one movement to the next.

Attire:

  • Level 1 - Light Blue Theatrical Girls Short Sleeve Dance Leotard - Style # N5502C, suntan convertible tights and
  • Level 2 - Royal Blue Theatrical Girls Short Sleeve Dance Leotard - Style # N5502C, suntan convertible tights
  • Level 3 - Black leotard CAPEZIO Short Sleeve Leotard Style # CC400, suntan convertible tights

 

Rehearsal

Coppin State University Children Youth Ensemble’s time to learn repertoire