Tap Dance Classes
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
- Learn the Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dancing (C.S.T.D) tap examination syllabus.
- Learn choreography for a concert performance (beginner classes only).
- Learn strong tap technique.
- Learn simple and complex tapping rhythms
- Learn exercises and dances.
PERFORMANCES & EXAMINATION OPPORTUNITIES
- There is an examination opportunity for students who have reached a high standard (not applicable to beginner classes).
- Beginner students learn a choreographed routine to perform in the annual Premier School of Dance concert. Students wear glamorous costumes as they perform for family and friends. It’s the highlight of the year for the students and the best way to build confidence and self esteem (beginner classes only).
Premier School of Dance provides excellence in tap dance tuition. Tap is a form of dance characterised by using the sound of your tap shoes hitting the floor as a percussive instrument. You use your feet like drums to create rhythmic patterns and timely beats to the music. It is an energetic form of dance that is fun for all ages. It builds aerobic fitness and muscle control while moving around the room making patterns and rhythms to cool, funky music.
Tap class begins with warm-ups to stretch the muscles of the legs and feet. Students then progress to basic steps both on the spot and travelling across the room. Students then learn combinations of both easy and difficult steps to create different sounds and rhythms.
Tap dance is stimulating for the mind and body. Grab your shoes, join in and make some noise!
The classes are low in cost and new students receive 50% off their first term fees.
“Premier is a lovely dance school with a caring and friendly atmosphere. Without exception, the teachers are dedicated and passionate and our daughter has grown in confidence and technique, and flourished in all areas of dance. As a parent, it has been a delight to see her love for dance increase with each passing year”. Kirsty
CLASS TIMES & FEES
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