Hubbard Hall is known throughout the region for its movement arts program, which features both a graduated curriculum in core dance disciplines as well as special workshops, master classes, martial arts, multicultural dance styles, performance opportunities, social dance, yoga, fitness, vacation-week intensives, and so much more. Students have opportunities to experience the joy and discipline of performance through our year-end shows and other events throughout the year. Most classes meet weekly, September through mid-June. Go to the Classes and Workshops page for details on current offerings.
New Classes are now online…
Spring term starts February 4!
BUT IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO REGISTER!
So many dance and movement classes to choose from — why not try a “First for $5” in all of them? Classes for all ages and levels of experience, from toddlers to adults. Choose from Ballet…Body Beat…Contra Dancing…Foil Fencing…Gyrokinesis…Hip-hop & Jazz…Irish Step…Karate…Modern Jazz…Stage Combat…Tap Dance…Yoga…Zumba/Improv…and much more!
Maypole Community Family Dance
Sunday May 1 at 1pm
Celebrate the return of beautiful weather, join hands and dance around the Maypole! Arrive at the Farmer’s Market at 1pm to join the festivities, then continue the celebration with a Community Family Dance and potluck of desserts and tasty treats immediately after, for an afternoon of fun for the whole family!
Better When I’m Dancing!
Year End Dance Performance
June 18, 2016
Greenwich Central School Auditorium
4:00–Showcase of the Youngest Dancers
7:00–Gala Performance of the Movement
Arts One, Ticket, Two performances!
$10 General Admission
$5 Students ages 11 and up
$2 Ages 6-10 Children 5 and under are free!
Inspire Dance Performances – The VIDEO!!!
Inspire DVDs are here…contact us to purchase your copy for $20 (includes both afternoon and evening performances).
We Celebrate National Dance Week!
Dance Mob 2016
Hubbard Hall dance students celebrated “National Dance Week” as part of the 5th annual nationwide dance mob on April 23, 2016.
Here’s where we were…did you see us? Check out last year’s Photos on Flickr and Facebook!