Dancecenter Brighton

Dancecenter Brighton

Description

The Brighton dance studios where dance becomes a passion. Learn ballet, jazz, hip-hop, street dance, tap, modern, contemporary, salsa, Egyptian Hilal and 5 Rhythms in our dance classes - if there is a step you can take it here; and all in our two state-of-the-art dance studios. Whether dancing for study or leisure, fitness or poise, the Brighton Dancecenter in the heart of Sussex, brings the passion of dance to life.

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Ballet course in Brighton
Dancecenter Brighton
  • Course
  • Brighton
  • 6 Weeks

...coming back to the style after a break or for those who are new to the style wanting to gain more understanding of correct placement and the fundamentals of classical technique... More


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  • Course
  • Brighton
  • 7 Weeks

...Course Content Dance classes exploring a fluid form of movement expression combined with limbering, stretching and toning. Fusing together some of... Learn about: Contemporary Dance... More


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  • Course
  • Brighton
  • 6 Weeks

...At BRIT Anneli had the opportunity to dance in Music videos Rewind and Flowers for eyeline productions. She left BRIT with a diploma in performing... More


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5 Rhythms course in Brighton
Dancecenter Brighton
  • Course
  • Brighton
  • 2h

...no matter what your shape, age and experience. The 5 Rhythms are Flowing, Staccato, Chaos, Lyrical and Stillness. They come together to create the... Learn about: Dance Technique... More


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Tap Dance course in Brighton
Dancecenter Brighton
  • Course
  • Brighton
  • 1h

...Course Content A general level rhythmic tap class for those who have had some previous tap experience and enjoy a challenge for both fun and enjoyment... Learn about: Tap Dancing... More


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Teachers and trainers (1)

Michelle  Clark
Michelle Clark
Director

Michelle trained at Middlesex University and Memphis State University, gaining her BA Honours degree in Performing Arts in 1994. In London, she was taught and directed by teachers from Rambert Dance Company, The Royal Ballet and London Contemporary Dance company including Christopher Bannerman, Sally Estep-Bhuller, Mark Baldwin, Ashley Page, Ian Spink, Lynn Seymour and Siobhan Davies. In Memphis, Michelle was taught by Rudi Gardner who features in the film 'Tap' starring Gregory Hines and undertook African Dance Workshops with Arthur Hall founder of the Philadelphia African Dance Company.