Weekly Dance Schedule & Sakachez Workshop

Weekday Virtual Classes 

In-person starting July at Ripley Grier Studios 131 W. 72nd St

   Sakachez 4-week Summer Workshop!

    In-person, two Saturdays (June 26, July 3) and two       

    Sundays (July 11 and July 18) 8-classes total followed

    by a Sakachez Picnic Sat, July 24! Please contact asap if

    interested. Studio space requirements depending on

    number of students attending. Limited space.

    Previous Sakachez Workshops 

   

   Virtual Weekly Class Schedule

     

  • Adult Ballet Strengthening

     Mon/Fri 1pm-2pm Drop-in with Alex

  • Sakachez Technique Classes for 12-13 yrs old

     Mon 4:15-5:20 Ballet III

     Mon 5:20-6:25 Ballet IV

     Tues 5pm-6pm Theater Jazz IV

     Wed 6:10-7pm Tap IV

 

  • Sakachez Technique Classes for 14-18 yrs old

​     Tues 6pm-7pm MT Heels Technique

     Wed 5pm-6:10 Ballet IV

  • UWS Dance Pre-Ballet & Ballet I for 3-6 yrs old

     Mon 3:30pm-4:10pm (3-4yrs)

     Tues 3:10-4pm (5-6yrs)

  • Private & Semi-Private Lessons by Appointment

     Ballet, Point, Partnering

     Musical Theater, Heels Technique

     Audition Prep, Coaching

     Acting Technique & Scene Work

     Ballet technique for Ice Skaters

   Tuition, Holidays, Policy 

  • Tuition per Semester for Weekly Virtual Class

     $361 per semester (includes 5% discount)

     Multiple class discount available

     Contact us for private lesson & drop-in class information

     Contact for Sakachez Workshop.

  • Holidays

     We generally follow NYC DOE holiday calendar-

     Memorial Day May 31

     Last class June 19

  • Policy & Rules of Engagement

      Class size is limited. No refunds for missed classes. Make-up classes are allowed

      if taken within the same semester and by appointment only. Prices and schedule

      subject to change.

     

      Please note that ages for levels are only a general guideline. Maturity, skill level,

      strength, focus, and pervious training is always be taken into consideration for

      level placement. Trust your teacher. Children pushed too quickly are at greater

      risk for injury. Proper level placement is key to positive and effective training.

 

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