Our dance program is designed for girls who love to dance and want to grow as dancers, regardless of how long they have been dancing or their level. Campers attend four periods of dance instruction each day, working on new skills, styles, and combinations. The Bryn Mawr curriculum is designed to introduce and explore multiple dance genres during each two-week session.
AREAS OF INSTRUCTION
A traditional class focused on technique that helps campers connect elements of classical training to other dance genres.
Dancers explore new ways to move with floorwork and methods of improvisation used in multiple schools of modern dance study.
Through classical jazz combinations, dancers develop musicality, strength, and control in parallel positions.
Dancers focus on character and learn about different musical theatre dance styles and choreographers.
Our upbeat urban dance classes focus on street dance styles, including breaking, popping, and locking.
In our traditional tap classes, campers work on style and technique while building fundamentals, coordination, and speed.
Campers develop their movement vocabulary while learning to tell a story in dance that incorporates the technical elements of ballet, modern, and jazz.
PLUS IMPROVISATION, DANCE COMPOSITION, ACRO/TUMBLING, AND MORE!