Dance Types

Jazz
Let’s Dance has had 25 years of success in the Jazz program. We pride ourselves on the technical aspects of Jazz, which is a major contributor to a successful dancer. In addition to the technical side, students are introduced to the expressive nature of jazz dancing. The Recreational Program and Competitive Program both offer Jazz classes.

Many Let’s Dance graduates have further pursued dance as a career on Cruise Ships, professional shows, and teaching.

Lyrical
The Lyrical program is a highly successful curriculum that defines itself from the strong influence of ballet. Lyrical dance is a fusion between Jazz and Ballet. It is danced to music where the lyrics are expressed through a flow of body movement coupled with technical dance steps.  The Lyrical form of dance is one of the more appreciated style embraced by our students ages 10 and up.

Ballet
Ballet is a disciplined form of dance and the backbone for all dance forms. Ballet is a theatrical representation of a story by means of dance or pantomimic action accompanied by music. In order to progress with any style of dance, ballet is fundamental.This is the form of dance that is usually chosen by our younger age group.We offer RAD ballet exams for all grades if you or your child is interested.

Tap
Tap is distinguished by the sounds of rhythmic movement of the feet. This helps with body co-ordination and feet. It is our job to teach the dancers to incorporate sounds from their feet to the music.






Hip Hop
Hip Hop is the favourite form of dance in our younger and preteen students. It is the newest craze taking over with music videos and dance media.






Contemporary
This dance form is an example of a partnered/non-partnered dance. In classes a choreographed sequence is generally taught, but in practice it is an improvised dance.Contemporary dance is the name for a modern concert dance genre. It is not a specific dance technique but a collection of methods developed from modern and post-modern dance and can take on many forms including dance fusion, emergent dance and revisionism.