Jazz dancing is a form of dance that showcases a dancer's individual style and originality. Every jazz dancer interprets and executes moves and steps in their own way. This type of dancing is energetic and fun, consisting of unique moves, fancy footwork, big leaps and quick turns.
The technique of Jazz stems from Ballet and Modern aspects.

Associated Dance Art for Professional Teachers (ADAPT)
The Foleys presented the dance guideline to a small group of dance studio teachers attending one of the annual Brian Foley Summer Schools for tap and jazz dancing. These teachers then taught the curriculum in their own studios for the following dance year. The teachers found the material innovative and challenging, yet fun and inspiring for their students as well as themselves. The ADAPT Syllabus was born!
Dance teachers were excited to find a dance syllabus which helped create a strong, solid technical foundation, along with artistic expression. An up-to-date, current syllabus enhancing the highest standards of jazz and tap dance excellence in the dance teaching industry. ADAPT allowed students to better prepare if they were interested in joining the dance profession. Dance teachers quickly grew to love ADAPT. They were proud of the excellent standard of dance training ADAPT helped them to create.

​Class Schedule: 
Junior Jazz - Ages 8-11 - Mondays 7:00-7:45
Inter/Senior Jazz - Ages 12+ - Wednesdays 8:15-9:15
* Please note that class times are subject to change after registration. 

Dress Code
Dancers are asked to wear form fitting dance clothing that shows off the dancers knees and allows for movement.
Please no street clothing.

Female dancers should have tan jazz shoes.
Male dancers should have black jazz shoes. 

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