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Tots / Ballet / Hip Hop / Jazz / Lyrical / Tap / Theatre Arts

Dancers Edge offers a wide variety of dance styles and methods.
We offer teachers with a broad range of dance knowledge, experience, and education.

Baby Tots 

Ages 2-3 years
Must be 2 by September 1

Designed for 2-3 year old dancers to enhance gross motor coordination and listening skills through music, props, crafts, and dance.


Tiny Tots

Ages 3-4 years
Must be 3 by September 1

A creative movement class for 3-4 year old dancers designed to enhance gross motor development, listening skills, musicality, and nurture the creative spirit.


Tots N Tutus

Ages 4-5 years
Must be 4 by September 1

Introduces the 4-5 year old dancer to the beginning skills of ballet and jazz through creative movement, barre work and across the floor work


Hip Hop

Ages 5 and up

A street influenced type of dance commonly seen in music videos.



Ages 5 and up

A classical dance form characterized by grace and precision of movement. This includes elaborate formal gestures, steps and poses.



Ages 5 and up

A mixture of many styles reflecting today's pop culture; identifiable by exciting "tricks" and fast paced movement.



Ages 6 and up
Must take Ballet to enroll in Lyrical

A fusion of ballet and jazz, Lyrical Dance interprets the accompanying music in an emotionally expressive way. The dancers’ movements attempt to illustrate the actual meaning and emotion communicated in the song.



Ages 5 and up

Identifiable by its sound and rhythm, students receive a great workout while studying the coordination and perfection of tap movements.


Broadway Babies

Ages 5-6

Introduction class for our performers ages 5-6. Movements inspired by the bright lights of Broadway. Performers will learn song and dance routines and will perform at our annual Musical Production.



Hanford: Ages 5 and up
Visalia: Ages 7 and up
2 classes required for Visalia cast

Annual Musical Production that consists of acting, singing, and dancing.


Edge Music

Ages 5 and up

Students learn about rhythm, melody, harmony, texture, form and other elements of music. Students learn these concepts by speaking, singing, dancing, movement, acting and playing instruments. These learned concepts become springboards for further creative pursuits such as improvisation or composing their own music.

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