INTERMEDIATE

Ages 11-13


Dance for ages 11-13

As your dancer grows so does the DDQ program. Intermediate level caters for those dancers just finding their groove to those progressing to higher levels in Dance. Our program is designed to keep the fun in training as well as building on technique, increasing strength, flexibility and developing their performance skills.

 

If your dancer is looking for more dance opportunities our intermediate students have the option to work with industry professionals in our Elite program and join performance teams throughout the year.


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Contemporary
Contemporary

With its foundation firmly placed in the ballet world, movements are used to show strength and sustainment all the while interpreting music and storytelling...

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Hip hop
Hip hop

Hip Hop is very rhythmic, heavy beats and fresh rap style music is used to encourage students to ‘loosen up’ and explore their inner ‘swag’...

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Acrobatics/Tumbling
Acrobatics/Tumbling

Acrobatics is an important aspect of the ever-changing performing arts industry and is very beneficial in the flexibility of the dancer...

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Ballet
Ballet

Ballet at DDQ is based on the Royal Academy of Dance graded syllabus. The RAD promotes a strong understanding of ballet technique and is the largest examination and teacher training syllabus in the world...

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Lyrical
Lyrical

Lyrical has become one of the most popular styles here at DDQ. Students are encouraged to create an emotional connection from body to song as the more advanced dancer progresses...

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Musical Theatre
Musical Theatre

Musical theatre is a form of dramatic production combining acting, singing, and dancing to tell a story...

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Jazz
Jazz

Jazz originally emerged from the United States in the early 20th century and has since developed to have many different styles...

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Tap
Tap

While learning basic tap sounds through graded levels, students will learn to identify basic rhythmic sequences and eventually more intricate syncopation within a variety of musical phrases...

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