dancED Movement Project offers engaging one, two and three week customized Artist-In-Residence programs for schools in Alberta and Ontario. Professional dancers and arts educators work with each class to teach movement fundamentals and rehearse a comprehensive and challenging dance routine. All programs finish with the highly anticipated final showcase where students perform for their peers, parents and teachers in a full-scale production.
Currently, dancED Movement Project delivers three main program options to capture the diversity of today’s dance and performance spectrum:
This program is fun and upbeat with a strong focus on quality of movement and musicality. Students will learn what makes hip-hop unique from other forms of dance: sharpness of movement, rhythm and attitude.
This program introduces an array of styles to students. Every class will learn a routine focusing on a different genre of dance including hip-hop, Broadway, jive, swing, pop, Afro-Brazilian and disco.
Each class will perform a routine from a wide range of Broadway musicals such as Jersey Boys, Hairspray, Anything Goes, Mamma Mia, Wicked and West Side Story to name a few. This program focuses on theatricality and expression.