In 2011, Danceography opened in Utica, N.Y. and after five years there was a total of 300 amazing students. Families loved the convenience of a dance studio that allowed children to be involved in other activities and didn't require a commitment of coming multiple days a week. It was a place for the children to come enjoy their love to dance without having to worry about being competitive or having dance become a lifestyle instead of a hobby. It is time to spread the love, passion and fun to the Syracuse area. The Danceography family will be able to grow and more children will be having fun dancing. Reach out today to learn more!
Classes We Offer
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There is a class for everyone! There are classes available still, please email to find your spot!
Where are all dreams begin
3-5 years old
The introductory class that includes everything! This class allows children to explore spatial relationships, body part, and gross motor movements, that are age appropriate, through the teachings of the core basics of dance. Students will be learning classroom etiquette and social skills with their friends in class.
leaping into the love of dance
Emphasis on terminology, flexibility, coordination, body alignment, musicality strengthening of legs, feet, arms and back. This class focuses on self-discipline, posture, a controlled body, strength, stamina, poise and an appreciation of ballet as an art. Dancers will learn expression and grace through movement and build a love and appreciation of dance.
Bring on the sass
Students will train precise across the floor footwork and combinations, body position training, technique of jazz walks, pa de bourres, turns, leaps, extensions, etc. Practice sharp quick movements, spotting for turns, center control, pointing the feet, strengthening major muscles of the body, flexibility, confidence and energy.
Get Up & Move
Students get down and groovy to the upbeat, funky (kid-friendly) music. This class usually moves at a fast pace which teaches students to really pay attention and follow directions. Traditional styles are practiced in warm up and combinations using breaking, locking, popping and freestlye.
Making music with our feet
Dancers learn traditional and contemporary combinations and terminology by using their feet as musical instruments. Activities develop concentration, rhythm, timing, coordination and love for music.