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Street Dance (School Years 10-13) at Cornerstone, Didcot

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Prices: £60 (For a 10 week course!)

Saturdays, 12.15-1.15pm.

School years 10-13.

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Street Dance (School Yrs 10-13)

Saturday 18 Jan 2020 to Saturday 28 Mar 2020

Class: Dance

Ages: Young people

From experienced dancers, to those just wanting to try something new, this energetic and physical dance class welcomes everyone! 

Come along and develop your rhythm and co-ordination, all to a soundtrack of the latest hits and chart music. 

Over the weeks, your tutor will work with you to build up a series of dynamic routines with exciting moves that are sure to "wow" a crowd. 

In addition to all the new movement skills you'll learn, you will also be given an oppurtunity to improve your confidence and self-esteem; you're certain to be leaving each class buzzing with positive vibes.

Meet Your Tutor

Angel is a dance teacher and choreographer based in Oxfordshire. She started dancing ballet at the age of three and has trained in various styles of dance including contemporary and street dance. She also trained in drama at a local TV, Film and acting school. Throughout her teenage years, Angel was part of a contemporary youth dance company, where she performed at different dance platforms, including Waddesdon Manon Summer Fest and U-Dance dance festival. She continued with her passion for the performing arts by training at the University of Chichester, gaining a BA honours degree in dance. After graduating in 2017 she began teaching and choreographing dance in Woking, for their summer projects, Party in the Park and Encounters. She later located back to Oxfordshire where she began teaching and choreographing for local dance schools, where has taught range of dance styles, including; Ballet, Contemporary, Street Dance, Bollywood and The Charleston. She has also choreographed for various dance platforms in the local area such as The Great Big Dance off and Oxford’s Christmas lights festival. Additionally, in January 2019, Angel started teaching dance and drama at a local secondary school, where she ran the school’s youth dance company and choreographed various works for the school’s annual showcase.