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Nimbus Dance Works' Final Open House with Free Trial Classes

Nimbus Dance Works' Final Open House with Free Trial Classes

Company:

Nimbus Dance Works

Location:

209 3rd Street, Jersey City, NJ

Dates:

Saturday, September 6, 2014 - 11:00am

Company:
Nimbus Dance Works

Final Open House Event:
Saturday, September 6th 11am-3pm
Fall Term Classes Begin September 15th
Free Trial Classes; 50% Discount offered for new registrations at Open House only - Save $62.50!


Visit Nimbus' new dance facility in Downtown Jersey City:
• Meet our staff of professional dancers/teaching artists
• Progressive classes available for ages 2-17 + adults
• Learn about School classes, curriculum, educational/training goals 
• Learn about performance opportunities including Jersey City Nutcracker, Spring Recital, Nimbus Youth Ensemble (NYE)/ Pre-professional program
• Need-based Scholarships Available
• "Opportunity Knocks" College Guidance/Life Goal Program
• Learn about field trips including private studio visits to Martha Graham Dance Company; performance trips to Alvin Ailey with opportunities to meet the performers
• Master classes with dancers from world-renowned companies
 
Address: 209 3rd Street, Jersey City, NJ
 
 
For more information and to view Fall class schedule, go to: www.nimbusdanceworks.org


 
FREE Trial Class Schedule, 9/6:
 
11-11:15 - Mommy & Me (Ages 2-3) 
11:20-11:40 - Ballet I (Ages 4-5)
11:45-12:05 - Ballet II (Ages 6-8)
12:10-12:35 - Ballet III (Ages 8-11)
12:40-1:10 - Ballet IV (Ages 12-18)
1:15-1:45 - Hip Hop II/III (Ages 6-11) 
1:50-2:20 - Modern II/III (Ages 6-11)
2:25-2:55 - Modern IV (Ages 12-18)
 
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"Small Company, High Ideals"
 
Read About Nimbus Dance Works in New Jersey Monthly Magazine: Click Here

Photo: PeiJu Chien-Pott (left) with Hanan Misko in Danzon, a piece by Pedro Ruiz. © Chi Modu

 

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