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The School at Steps Tap Audition

The School at Steps …Continue

Started Jul 14, 2016

The School at Steps Hip Hop Audition

The School at Steps Advanced Hip Hop Audition on September 12 at 7:15 pmFor ages 13-18Class runs Monday evenings Sept 2016 to Jun 2017 with TWO Performance Opportunities Classes taught by Laya…Continue

Started Jul 14, 2016

 

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The School at Steps cultivates young dancers, ages 3 mos. – 18 yrs., from their first step in a dance studio through their pre-professional training. Students discover their individual artistic voices in a creative environment with the guidance of an internationally recognized faculty. The personal attention the school provides encourages students to mature as dancers, grow as individuals, and enrich their passion for the art form. School at Steps graduates go on to dance with professional companies, study at top college dance programs, and perform on Broadway.
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