We focus on performance opportunities that are community or stage-based rather than competition based. We have an annual summer recital in July as well as a Nutcracker performance in December. We also perform at other events around Orange County as we are asked or invited. Some past examples include The Kidz Block Party in Downtown Brea, The Taste of Brea, The Citrus Fair, the Orange County Fair and the Brea Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Our Mission is to build confidence and a lifelong love of dance and this is best accomplished in smaller class settings. All of our classes are limited in size to provide the best experience for our dancers and our teachers. Classes in our smallest room for younger dancers are limited to 8 dancers. In our larger rooms no more than 15 dancers can be enrolled. We strive for quality, individualized instruction rather than focusing on the quantity of dancers at our studio.
We absolutely do! Currently we are an approved vendor for Sage Oaks, iLead, Sky Mountain and Inspire.
Ballet dancers should wear a leotard and tights with their hair secured in a bun.
Hip hop dancers should wear comfortable clothing that they can move in and sneakers, with their hair secured out of their face and off of their neck.
All other dancers should wear comfortable clothing such as leggings or tights with a leotard or shirt they can easily move in and hair secured off face and in a ponytail or bun.
If your dancer does not have shoes to try out a class, often times we have a pair they can borrow for the first class. Please call ahead to see if we may have your dancers’ size.
Yes, all of our classes are offered via Zoom and in person.