Boys Hip Hop

Do you have a boy in your life that LOVES TO DANCE?

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Join our Boys Hip Hop Class!! It’s the perfect energy outlet for your guy!  Our class focuses on the basic elements of Hip Hop technique that involves isolations, grooves, coordination, rhythm, agility, and flexibility. dancer-silhouette-transparent-3Dancers will explore popping, locking, basic breaking fundamentals, popular social dances, and freestyle.

This class is geared towards creating an environment where boys ages 5-13 years old can feel confident, comfortable, and excited to experience the fun of dance while building friendships. 

Who: Boys ages 5-13 years old

When:  Thursday 4:30-5:30 pm 

Cost: $35 Registration Fee / $60 monthly fee

Attire: T-shirt, sweats, clean sneakers or  tennis shoes. NO FLIP FLOPS OR CROCS! (these shoes must be INDOOR shoes only!). Please have your dancer wear their sneakers only at the studio! They should put them on when they arrive and remove them prior to leaving. This will reduce the tracking of dirt on our dance floors.

There is a $35 non-refundable registration plus one full month must be paid to secure your spot. This will be applied to May 2019 and is non-refundable. 

To Register please click “Register” link below to join The Studio School of Dance.We accept  MasterCard, Visa, Discover.

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Register Boys Hip Hop Class Join our Boys Hip Hop Class!! It’s the perfect energy outlet for your guy!  Our class focuses on the basic elements of Hip Hop technique that involves isolations, grooves, coordination, rhythm, agility, and flexibility. Dancers will explore popping, locking, basic breaking fundamentals, popular social dances, and freestyle.This class is geared towards creating an environment where boys ages 5-13 years old can feel confident, comfortable, and excited to experience the fun of dance while building friendships. 35.00

 

MEET INSTRUCTOR: 

image1  Derwin May Jr. was raised in Jackson, MS where he was introduced to performing arts at a young age. He later pursued a Bachelor of Arts in Dance at Belhaven University studying classical ballet and contemporary where he received the Daniel award for Outstanding Achievement. During his time at Belhaven he performed several guest artist works from choreographers such as: Ryan Corriston of Doug Varone and Dancers, Vincent Hardy of Complexions Contemporary Ballet, and Bobby Wesner of Neos Dance Theatre. He also performed several historical works such as: ‘Songs of the Disinherited’ by Donald McKayle and ‘Negro Spirituals’ by Helen Tamiris. During his time at Belhaven he traveled to workshops and conventions where he received hiphop training by well acclaimed choreographers such as: Sean Bankhead, Ki Ki Ely, and Jungle Boogie. Derwin has used his training to offer the first adult level pre-professional and professional hiphop lessons at Epic Dance and Fitness Studio in Ridgeland, Mississippi. Derwin has also used his performing arts education to choreograph works for various social events, ministry, and outreach programs: such as the Young, Gifted, and Empowered Gala, Women Rock Awards, Autism Awareness Gala, and Shining Light Ministries. Derwin recently traveled to Malawi, Africa in Summer 2017 with Kinetic Etchings Dance Project to teach ballet and perform with the African Bible College and Salama Africa Dance group. He is currently in his first season with Marigny Opera Ballet and Artivism Dance Theatre in New Orleans, Louisiana and continues to grow and use his experiences as his inspiration in his teachings, on stage, and within his choreography.