The Medicine Hat College Conservatory is proud to offer recreational dance programs in Hip Hop, Jazz, Tap, Modern and Lyrical Ballet. Our students benefit from a well-rounded program and learn in a positive atmosphere with the highest caliber of instruction.
Registration now open for fall dance programs!
Check out new recreational programs starting Oct. 10 for dancers of all ages! Registration is available by phone at 403.529.3844 or online.
A recreational class for children ages 3-5 exploring ballet and tap.
A recreational class for children ages 3-5 exploring hip hop.
BALLET / LYRICAL
A recreational class for children ages 3-5 exploring ballet and the softer movements of lyrical.
L'IL MOVERS & GROOVERS
A recreational class for children ages 5-7 exploring hip hop. This is a class that will teach the basic hip hop moves to fun, and positive music.
A recreational class for children ages 7-10. Explore funky beats and cool moves with this beginner class that will teach foundational hip hop steps.
A recreational class for children ages 9-13. An upbeat, fun class focused on the foundational steps of hip hop and funk styles.
FUNK & BEATS
A recreational class for children ages 13-15. Move and groove to funky beats. Learn the foundational steps of “funk” and other hip hop styles (locking, ect). There may also be elements of “house” dance as well.
HOUSE, TOPS & FOOTWORK
A recreational class for children ages 15+. Learn the foundational original hip hop moves. Explore basic “house dance” moves, as well as “top-rock” (breakin’) and basic floor footwork.
HIP HOP & HOUSE
A recreational class for children ages 18+. Move, groove and get funky with it while learning some basic foundational hip hop/funk steps. Will be a combination class that will involve both exercise and hip hop steps.
We want students to have a positive dance experience. Students are expected to be polite and respectful to all teachers, parents, and fellow students. We will not tolerate bullying, rudeness, negative attitudes or gossiping. Parents will be notified if problems persist.
The same behaviour we expect of our students is also expected of our parents. The Conservatory should be a positive place where all families feel welcome. If there are any concerns regarding student or parent behaviours, please bring them to the attention of an instructor.
Conservatory of Music & Dance
(located at the Cultural Centre)
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