Welcome to The Siegeris School of Dance. The dance school, with its happy environment, has a professional and enthusiastic approach with a high standard of teaching under the direction of JenniferSiegeris RAD Teaching Dip, RAD RTS, AISTD DDE.
Jennifer SiegerisRAD Teaching Dip RAD RTS AISTD DDE (Principal).
This dance school is exceptional. The teaching staff are all wonderfully patient and professional, as well as genuinely interested in each child's individual progress. My daughter is so happy to be a part of Siegeris and I really cannot fault it.
The wonderful show yesterday at new Wimbledon. Thank you ms Siegeris and best teacher Alice. Kids are enjoyed and motivated. Thank you all.
As the name suggests, BollyStreet is a literal combination of Bollywood Dance and Street Dance. However, unlike many other dance fusion acts, we keep our dance styles in the their RAW FORMS. The greatthing about combining these two styles is that each class is packed full of energy! The big explosive moves from Bollywood Dance and the attitude from Street Dance has created a very unique, fun and exciting dance class!
Here at the Del Toro School of Dance, we encourage and promote a strong love of dance, sense of team work and community. All our teachers are fully qualified and hold enhanced C.R.B's. We respectfullyask that parents ensure their child comes to class, punctually, correctly dressed and well-groomed. You will be amazed at how quickly gossip spreads and then comments which are taken out of context can snowball into bigger problems.
Social dancing for all. Together dancing is fun, this can be the Ballroom and Latin American dances or more modern dances including modern Jive (Le Roc, French Jive) or Salsa. Whatever the dance orreason, dancing is the antidote to sitting at home wondering what to do. Come and meet others whilst learning to dance. Doctors say that learning a new skill helps keep the brain active and physiotherapists say exercise is good for the body.
We specialise in all styles of dance training, fitness, summer schools, group classes, parties, private tuition, educational workshops, team building workshops and professional choreography for bothchildren and adults. All of our classes and workshops are taught by elite choreographers and teachers who are fully trained with years of experience. Our aim is to reach out to every individual and tailor to their needs in order to improve their skills and reach their goals.
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The ISTD Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing is one of the leading dance examinations boards in the world. Formed in 1904, today it is a registered educational charity and covers the full spectrumof dance examinations on a truly global scale. ISTD dance teachers are highly experienced in teaching children and adults in a variety of dance styles including Ballet, Modern and Tap.
Leaders improvise the dance, signalling to their partners what the leader would like the partner to do next. Followers read the signals given by their partner, and respond to the lead. This allowspeople who have never danced with one another before to improvise a dance and dance socially with someone they have not met before. You can ask anyone to dance, and other dancers will ask you to dance with them.
The British Dance Council was formed in 1929 as the Official Board of Ballroom Dancing (OBBD). The name was subsequently changed in 1985 to the British Council of Ballroom Dancing and, again in 1996,the name was changed to British Dance Council. The aim of the founders of the Council was to establish a co-ordinating organisation to enable teachers to work together on uniform lines.