Our classes are held at the Technica Dance Studios- 17 Smith Street, Maddingley (Bacchus Marsh)
Class Dates for 2014
|Term 1||Monday, 10 February 2014||Thursday, 11 April 2014|
|Term 2||Saturday, 22 April 2014||Friday, 4 July 2014|
|Term 3||Saturday, 12 July 2014||Friday, 26 September 2014|
|Term 4||Saturday, 4 October 2014||Saturday, 13 December 2014|
Important Dates for 2014
|CSTD Session 1 Exams||4 to 11 May 2014|
|CSTD Session 2 Exams||6 July to 1 August 2014|
|CSTD Major Ballet Exams||July 2014|
|Mid-Year Performance||July 2014|
|Dance Convention||August 2014|
|End of Year Show||14 December 2014|
About Our Classes
We offer the following dance styles for both boys and girls, from tiny tots to adults:
Like the music it accompanies, this style of dance constantly evolves and welcomes innovation across cultural boundaries. From the streets of the Bronx to exclusive dance conservatories, hip hop dance represents a cultural movement.
Revolutionised Jazz to what it is today. It is based on traditional Broadway style of Jazz.
Form of dance characterized by using ones shoes, as well as the floor, as a percussive instrument.
Best known for its unique features and techniques, such as pointe work, turn-out of the legs, and high extensions; its graceful, flowing and precise movements.
National dances from other nations such as Russia, Hungary, Poland etc.
Employs compositional philosophy, rather than choreography, to guide unchoreographed movement. It uses dance techniques found in ballet, modern dance and postmodern dance, and it also draws from other philosophies of movement that are outside the realm of classical dance technique.
Dance focused on conveying musicality and emotion through movement. The primary basis in ballet, combining the many technical elements of classical ballet with the freedom and airier aspects of jazz, contemporary and modern dance.
Song & Dance
Singing combined with various dance styles.
Floor gymnastics with incorporated partner tricks (without the use of mats or apparatus).
For those wanting to start dancing a little late in life, or those who want to revitalise their childhood hobbies.