The Mid-Season is a wonderful time to join the Open Arts Family! Perfectly timed for families who are looking for a shorter commitment but still have their children preform in our professional end of year Showcase.
Mid-Season Classes begin January 2, 2017 and run through May 27, 2017. There is a $10 Registration Fee and $50 Costume Fee due at the time of registration. Tuition for Mid-Season Classes follows our regular tuition schedule, which you can find here.
2017 Mid-Season Classes
- Tuesday 5:15-6:00pm – Tap (ages 7+)
By popular demand, we have added a Tap class for our older dancers to our line-up. Dancers will be introduced to Broadway Style and Rhythm Tap Technique with an emphasis on rhythm, musicality, and stage presence.
- Wednesday 4:45-5:15pm – Creative Movement (ages 2-3)
Our Creative Movement class is the perfect introduction to dance for our youngest students. We will work on gross motor skills, self-expression, and rhythm and musicality in a playful and imaginative environment.
- Wednesday 5:15-6:00pm – Ballet/Tap (ages 3-5)
Our traditional combination class which offers a balanced introduction to ballet technique, the elements of dance, and rhythm and musicality in a creative and playful environment.
- Wednesday 6:00-7:00pm – Jazz/Hip-Hop and Tap (ages 6-8)
A fun combination class that includes 30 minutes of Jazz and Hip-Hop technique and 30 minutes of Rhythm and Broadway Tap.
We have a limited number of 2016-2017 Season Classes that are also still accepting new students. You can see the schedule and learn more about each style of dance on our Fall 2016 – Spring 2017 Classes page. Registration for Mid-Season and 2016-2017 Season Classes is available via our Online Registration Page, by calling the studio at (919) 651-0447, or sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
January 31, 2017 is the final day to register for class at Open Arts for Mid-Season and 2016-2017 Season Classes. Don’t miss out on your chance to join our Open Arts family and experience a quality dance education unlike any in our area. We can’t wait to show you the difference it makes when you honor the HEART in the ARTS.