DTW is a membership website designed exclusively for dance teachers and dance studio owners. Members have access to 100’s of exciting choreography videos in all styles and levels including preschool, “how to” teaching videos, informative, educational and motivational articles, downloadable forms and so much more. Every month new and fresh material is added in all areas of the website. Check out all the membership options we have available, we’re sure to have one to meet your needs. Dance teacher training, business development and personal growth.
In 1979, alarmed at the claims of many so-called vocational dance and musical theatre schools and at the indifferent quality of much of what passed for dance education and training, a number of eminent dance artists met representatives of the leading dance and performing arts organisations. What emerged from those discussions was the Council for Dance Education and Training, known universally as CDET.
Over the years CDET has established itself as the quality assurance body of the dance and musical theatre industries. It has become the first point of contact for students and others seeking information on the quality of education and training in the United Kingdom and negotiates with government agencies in this country and overseas to ensure the accredited private dance and musical theatre sectors are represented vigorously and consistently at all levels of national and international decision making.
UKP-Arts is dedicated to providing essential, reliable, comprehensive and unbiased information for anyone interested in pursuing training and careers in the UK performance industry.
Launched in 2004 as the electronic version of the Guide to Performing Arts, UKP-Arts carries regularly updated performing arts advice and a unique searchable course database of UK-based performing arts courses.
Growing in popularity year on year, demand for both UKP-Arts and the Guide reflects interest that exists for pursuing training – and, ultimately, a career – in the performing arts.
ADTC’s dance training camps are open to girls ages 8 – 17. Dancers of all levels and disciplines are welcome – no prior dance experience is necessary to attend!
Our top-notch instructors bring to ADTC the coolest combinations from some of the best national and international dance studios, schools and performance groups. Classes are organized by age and ability level, and instruction is carefully tailored to fit the ability level of each student – from beginners to experienced performers – with lots of hands-on help and individualized attention.
In addition to ADTC’s core jazz/funk and hip hop classes, campers are exposed to a variety of dance disciplines (such as lyrical, ballet and tap) during each session-week. Each girl takes four dance classes per day, and at week’s end, campers get to show off their new moves in a big Friday night performance for family, friends and fellow campers.
Dancing is both an art form and a form of recreation. Dance as art may tell a story, set a mood, or express an emotion. Some dances consist of symbolic gestures that tell a story completely through movement. As recreation, dancing has long been a people’s source of fun, relaxation, and companionship. In earlier times, square dances gave families a welcome chance to socialize. Today dancing at a party or other gathering remains a popular way for people to enjoy themselves and to make new friends.