The Dance Center of Queensbury

Official School Of the Adirondack Ballet Theater

SUMMER 2021 CLASSES

*Program Rates

30 minute class $8.00

45 minute class $12.00

60 minute class $15.00

Private Lesson $45

Semi-Private $25 per student - 1 Hour

Five Class Pass $70.00


July 19-23, 2021
Program I (Ages 3-4) 9:30am-12:00pm
Weekly Rate $95.00 | Daily Rate $20.00
Program II (Ages 5-7) 9:30am – 12:30pm
Weekly Rate $115.00 | Daily Rate $25.00

Come join us as we explore different princess each day and learn how the characters in the story can be transformed into a ballet for all ages. Dress up for each princess is optional. Classes are open to all children in the community.
We will explore
• Cinderella II – Dreams Come True
• Sleeping Beauty (Princess Aurora) 2
• Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – Happily Ever After
• Frozen II (Princess Anna and Elsa)

In addition to an introduction to ballet technique, the program will include: tap, tumbling, a variety of creative movement activities in addition to dance activities periodically throughout the week. This is an excellent way to have your child introduced to the performing art of dance in its many forms.

Pre-registration is not required but recommended. For additional information or registration please contact dcqdance@yahoo.com or (518) 798-5058.
The program will adhere to all current CDC and NYS Dept. of Health guidelines for summer day camps. Masks will be required where applicable. For specific guidelines please contact our organization at dcqdance@yahoo.com.
Sponsored in part by LARAC
July 19-23 & July 26-30
Workshops Run 4:15-5:30pm & 5:45-7:00pm
Weekly Rate $150.00 | Daily Rate $35.00 | Individual Class $18.00

This program consists of a variety of different mini workshops in the Performing Arts. In this two week inter disciplinary performing arts education outreach intensive mini workshop series we will focus on:
• Different genres of dance education
• Dancing Through the Decades (Introduction to Dance History and its origins)
• Elements of Student Choreography
• Theater Components
• Introduction to voice and how the collaboration of these arts are components for a well-diversified production.

This is an excellent way to have individuals of all ages introduced or performing artists and opportunity to continue their technical training in the performing arts.
All classes are open to the public.
All classes are taught by faculty from the Dance Center of Queensbury and renown guest artists

Please make checks payable to the Adirondack Ballet Theater
Pre-registration is not required but recommended. For additional information or registration please contact dcqdance@yahoo.com or (518) 798-5058.
The program will adhere to all current CDC and NYS Dept. of Health guidelines for summer day camps. Masks will be required where applicable. For specific guidelines please contact our organization at dcqdance@yahoo.com

Summer Intensive - A Creative Experience in the Performing Arts

Disney Dance Days

Ambassador Intensive

ADULT CLASSES

Adult Modern

Adult Ballet

Adult Tap

PLEASE PRE-REGISTER for the session by calling the studio at 518 798-5058. We are located at 74 Warren St. Glens Falls NY 12801. We accept CASH, CHECKS, AND CREDIT CARDS. Please make checks payable to The Dance Center of Queensbury or DCQ

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

Children's Dance Programs

Preschool Dance:

(ages 3-4) Sixty minute class introduces pre-ballet skills, elementary tap techniques, periodic tumbling and creative movement. In addition your dancer will have fun with sing-a-longs, crafts and dance activities

Children's Ballet/Tap:

(ages 5-6) Focuses on the elements of ballet and tap technique appropriate to the child's physical and intellectual development. This program incorporates creative movement, song and dance activities, tumbling and introduction to jazz throughout the season

Children's Combo Ballet/Tap/Jazz:

(ages 6-7) Designed for the intermediate beginner, focusing on elements of ballet, tap, and jazz technique. At this level your child is introduced to more skills, terminology and advanced movement activities

Tumbling Time:

(ages 3-7) Designed for the beginner, focusing on basic techniques for acrobatics, building the student's motor skills (both gross and fine), as well as strength and balance


Each class designed specifically for your child-The goals of each class are to:

1. Create a love of dance that develops into a lifetime desire and appreciation of music and dance in a structred environment.

2. Create a warm, supportive environment where freedom of expression is encouraged.

3. Exercise the body and mind


Our Tap Program is based on the Al Gilbert Tap Syllabus. The Al Gilbert Graded Tap System simply makes teaching tap easy. Never has there been a system so organized and logical that has proven to effectively teach tap to young and old alike in such a fun and simple manner. There are 10 levels in all beginning with simple shuffles and flaps and progressing to more advanced wings and pullbacks. Each step is broken down in a systematic, fool-proof way making learning exact and easy. Each level builds upon steps that have been learned in previous levels. This syllabus routinely and properly trains each dancer to advance from beginning exercises to advanced combinations with ease.


Level I: 

In this and the following levels, the dancer begins more ‘serious’ training, appropriate to their physical and intellectual maturity.  The Level I dancer is an advanced beginner or graduate of our elementary program.

Level II:

Low intermediate, having completed Level I syllabus. 

Level III:

Intermediate, having completed Levels I & II syllabus. 

Level IV:

Advanced, having successfully completed Levels I, II, & III syllabus, and two years pointe technique.


Pointe: 

Dancers are promoted to pointe work at age 11, and after completion of Level I and II ballet syllabus.   Dancers who attend pointe class must attend a minimum of two ballet technique classes per week on a regular basis


Private Lessons:

We hold private lessons weekly.

Please call for scheduling and times.