WINTER DAY OF DANCESaturday, December 28
Come stay warm by dancing with us for one magical day over Winter Break! Classes include Itty Bitty Ballet for ages 3-4, Mini Musical Theater for ages 5-7, Broadway Bound for ages 8-12, and contemporary master classes for intermediate and advanced dancers taught by special guest Brennen Renteria!
Registration now open.
Dance is a gift that will last a lifetime.
Dance is an athletic art form that strengthens the student physically, stimulates them mentally, and inspires them artistically. We believe that introducing and enriching children in dance is a wonderful gift that will last a lifetime.
Dance promotes good postural alignment, physical strength, and flexibility. It teaches poise and can have a positive impact on an individual’s level of self-confidence. Dance enhances musical awareness and helps develop rhythm and coordination. It stimulates artistic thought and feelings of well-being.
A fun and encouraging introduction to the world of dance, the Primary Division is designed to engage the young child in the process of learning.
Ages 7+ and Teen
The foundation for all future dance training, the Student Division emphasizes proper posture, placement, and coordination.
Technically and artistically challenging, the Academy Program prepares dancers for training in a college program or a professional setting.
Dance Center Evanston Updates
- Register for Session 2 before January 31st!
- Watch for Recital 2020 information coming soon.
Evanston Dance Ensemble Updates
- Next up: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at the Louis Theater, March 13-15, 2020
- Auditions for 2020-2021 season will be held on May 2 & 3.
The DCE Difference
Dance Center Evanston offers a fun, progressive program in a variety of dance techniques, including ballet, modern, tap, jazz, and hip-hop.
Our carefully designed curriculum takes children from the primary levels to pre-professional dance. Our staff is made up of professionals who have years of experience as teachers, performers, and choreographers.
- Bea Rashid, Director