Hip Hop

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Hip Hop2019-08-16T05:29:17+00:00

Hip Hop

Fall/Spring recital classes focus on hip hop skills via two choreographed pieces for our December Recital and June Recital. Adult classes may vary–please confirm with the instructor.

Fall/Spring hip hop technique classes address crucial aspects of the art form, which include strength, flexibility, body awareness and placement.

Hip Hop technique is required for Competition Team and Performance Company Hip Hop dancers. 

PLEASE NOTE: Though our technique classes do not typically perform, we may receive requests to do so and will therefore accommodate based off a majority need. Please contact admin or the appropriate instructor to confirm.

Interested in other forms of dance? Head to our main Classes page!

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Our Instructors

Ashley Gaona
Ashley Gaona
Ashley Potts
Ashley Potts
Walt Sullins
Walt Sullins

FAQs

What should I wear to Technique?2018-05-28T18:04:47+00:00

The answer depends on what discipline you are attending.

For Acro, see the Acro dress code FAQ.

For Ballet, see the Ballet dress code FAQ.

For Hip Hop, see the Hip Hop dress code FAQ.

For Jazz, see the Jazz dress code FAQ.

For Tap, see the Tap dress code FAQ.

What should I wear to Hip Hop?2018-09-05T20:14:34+00:00

Hip Hop

Girls: Dance-appropriate attire (i.e., comfortable and breathable, easy to move in, no jeans); required hip hop shoes–see update below.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The Black “Gia Mia Hi-Top” sneakers are being discontinued, as the company that makes them is going out of business; therefore, current availability is very limited. If you have already purchased your black “Gia Mia Hi-Top” sneakers, fantastic! You are one of the lucky few; however, if you are struggling to find a pair, not to worry! We have found a similar style: Black “Pastry Pop Tart Grid Hi Top” sneakers. Click here for youth sizes; Click here for adult sizes. (DISCLAIMER: Hip hop shoes run smaller than street shoes. Pay close attention to the sizing instructions.)

Boys: Dance-appropriate attire (i.e., comfortable and breathable, easy to move in, no jeans); Black “Pastry Pop Tart Grid Hi Top” sneakers: Click here for youth sizes; Click here for adult sizes. (DISCLAIMER: Hip hop shoes run smaller than street shoes. Pay close attention to the sizing instructions.)

Breakdance

Dance-appropriate attire (i.e., comfortable and breathable, easy to move in, no jeans); Black high-top shoes (i.e., Converse)

Shopping Recommendations: GDSC suggests Encore Dance Supply if you’re interested in shopping locally. If you don’t mind online shopping, Just for Kix and Discount Dance Supply are also great resources for dance apparel.

Not finding the question you’re looking for? Check out our FULL FAQs here!