KCA Dance Studio 2021 Schedule
All classes are 60 minutes unless otherwise noted.
2:15-2:45 Mommy & Me A (30 min.) (Starts 9/20)
4:15-4:45 Pre-Ballet (30 min.)
5:00-6:00 Beginning Ballet A
6:00-7:00 Beginning Ballet B
7:00-8:00 Intermediate Ballet A
4:30-5:00 Private Rehearsal (30 min.)
5:00-6:00 Beginning Ballet C
6:00-6:30 Private Rehearsal (30 min.)
7:15-7:45 Adult Beginning Tap (30 min.)
7:45-8:15 Adult Beginning Ballet A (30 min.)
2:15-2:45 Mommy & Me B (30 min.) (Starts 9/24)
4:00-4:30 Kids’ Beginning Tap/Beginning Ballet (30 min.)
4:45-6:15 Intermediate Ballet B (90 min.)
6:30-7:30 Private Rehearsal
7:45-8:45 Adult Beginning Ballet
Tap classes are the basics of Broadway/Musical Theatre dance steps. We are hoping to add Rhythm tap soon.
Mommy & Me Develop your baby’s intellectual capacity, fine and gross motor skills, and social/emotional maturity with these 30 minute fun- filled classes. The benefits will give your baby a head start in life and will give him/her an edge for the rest of their life! Babies from 6 months to walkers on Monday OR walkers to 3 years old on Friday.
Monday Classes August 16 – December 13 (No class Labor Day, Sept. 6)
Thursday Classes August 19 – Dececember 16
Friday Classes August 20 – December 17
30 minute classes–$35/month, $130/semester
1 hour classes–$45/month, $170/semester
1.5 hour classes–$60/month, $230/semester
What to Wear
Students 5 Years Old and Under
Girls 5 and under should wear leotards and tights of any color. All hair must be up in a tight bun. Boys should wear form fitting shorts and t-shirts. All students should have ballet shoes or slippers.
Students 6 Years Old through Adult
Girls 6 and older should wear pink tights, pink or black leotards, and pink ballet shoes. All hair must be up in a tight bun. Boys should wear black shorts, t-shirts, and black ballet or jazz shoes.
Meet Lindy Pierce
Lindy has a passion for dance that started when she was began studying classical ballet at the age of 10 at Olia’s School of Dance in New Jersey. While there, she studied under the famous Miss Olia, who was trained at the Paris Opera Ballet and was a former dancer with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. During her time with Miss Olia, Lindy was a soloist in Swan Lake and The Sleeping Beauty and danced in La Bayadere and Beethoven’s Contra Dances. She went on to add modern jazz, tap, and pointe to her studies, as well as acting, and enjoyed performing in ballets, recitals, and musical theater productions. Lindy also completed a summer term at Ballet Arts of Carnegie Hall in New York City. These experiences, in turn, equipped her to be both a choreographer and a dance instructor.
In addition to dance, Lindy has a heart for children. She graduated from Campbellsville University with a degree in K-4 education. She worked in the field for 12 years before returning to dance and studying with the Louisville Ballet and later opening a home dance studio, where she taught for several years. She also studied Special Education at Peabody School for Teachers of Vanderbilt University and is able to work with
special needs children.
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