dance school

NOUN
  1. a school where students are taught to dance
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How To Use dance school In A Sentence

  • When I was eight years old I started my first dance school doing disco, rock and roll and also ballroom and latin.
  • Kazuo Ono, 101, the co-founder of the avant-garde butoh dance school, still performs from time to time in a wheelchair.
  • After graduation from the dance school, he was assigned to the Shanghai Ballet Company.
  • Cuban dance instructor Marisuri Garcia opened a dance school in Switzerland, where she lives part of the year.
  • Recently, I emceed a performance by eleven New England dance schools who shared their talents to raise money for the The Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund.
  • The first specialised dance school in Surrey is one of the biggest in the south, covering all main urban styles including street, hiphop, LA style, breakdance, and krumping.
  • Saturday afternoon was spent at the dance school with Declan, rehearsing for the upcoming England National Dance Competition.
  • ‘Rather than adhering to a set form and a limited range of gestures, as in ballet, the dancer creates form as an outgrowth of his or her own communicative impulses,’ the dance school says.
  • Lovingly referred to as "Granny," Zhelesnik uses innovative strategies to teach the preschoolers at the Sundance School in New Jersey where she has worked for the last 15 years, such as baking banana bread to talk about the letter "N," as it appears twice in the word banana. Passionate Senior Citizens Rule Classrooms Into Their 80s, 90s
  • I took country dancing lessons, waltz, jitterbug and polka at the Quick-Quick Slow-Slow dance school in Houston.
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