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Young Dancers

Our Young Dancer Program at DAL is a fun and active curriculum that allows children to develop social skills and talents through the joy of dance. The goal of the program is to enhance each child’s overall dance development in a safe environment by advancing gross and fine motor skills while improving active listening and emotional awareness. Our Young Dancer instructors are waiting to introduce the magic of dancing to your little one today! 

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Class Descriptions

In our Young Dancer Program we integrate the concepts of self-awareness, teamwork, creative expression, musicality, imagination, independance, self determination and classroom behavior into all of our classes. 

 

Ballet Bisou is where it all starts! This 30 minute class is designed for 2-3 year olds and consists of ballet, creative movement, and tumbling. 

Combo 1 is for dancers that have completed a year of ballet bisou or for dancers that are older but just starting their dance journey. This 45 minute class is designed for 3-5 year olds and consists of ballet, tap, and tumbling. 

Combo 2 is for dancers that have completed a year of combo 1 or for dancers that are older but just starting their dance journey. This 45 minute class is designed for 4-6 year olds and consists of ballet, tap and tumbling. 

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Leesburg

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Nutcracker

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Nutcracker

End Of Year Recital Show Assigned To Each Recital Class.

Shows 1, 2, & 3: Saturday
Shows 4, 5 & 6:

Sunday
Exact Dates TBD

Classes Begin September 5th

Classes Meet October 1st Through December Show
All Nutcracker Classes Are At The Leesburg Studio
Dancers Must Be Enrolled In At Least One Other Class
Nutcracker Fee Includes All Rehearsals, Dress Rehearsal, Show & Costume Rental

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Purcellville

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End Of Year Recital Show Assigned To Each Recital Class.

Shows 1, 2, & 3: Saturday
Shows 4, 5 & 6:

Sunday
Exact Dates TBD

Classes Begin September 5th

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