Adult Dance Program
A Progressive Program for Beginner & Experienced Adult Dancers
Berrend Dance Centre is proud to offer adult classes in levels for both new and experienced dancers with individualized instruction & attention.
Unlike many other studios, these classes are true “adult only” classes and are limited to dancers ages 16 and up so even as a beginner, you won’t find yourself at the barre next to the 5-year-old from down the street!
Whether you're new to dance or you danced for years as a child and want to get back out on the floor, we have a program for you. Get started now with a two-week intro program for only $39.
In-Person Classes for Adults
$39 for two weeks of ballet classes (4 classes total)
Instructors will always evaluate the class and give the combinations appropriately in their difficulty level and intensity.
This is only for new dancers in our program!
Not Sure Where You Should Start?
No problem! Give us a call or click on Get Started below and we'll contact you to answer your questions, suggest the best classes for your level, or to schedule and in-class evaluation to make sure we get you in the best program for your current level.
ADULT INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED BALLET (in-person only)
This class is for the more experienced student who would like the explore a slightly faster paced class while being carefully guided. The class will move at a faster pace than other levels with an expectation that students will understand and execute more advanced and complex movement sequences.
Wednesday 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Friday 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Instructor: Allison Cannon
ADULT TAP DIVISION
$18/class with monthly commitment
This class is for the student who wishes to improve rhythm and musicality while learning and developing basic tap technique. Prior tap experience is suggested, however our instructors are accustomed to working with a broad range of dancers, even within a single class. (Please contact the studio if interested and we will get you in touch with the instructor.)
Thursday 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Instructor: Roger Riggle