The Steffi Nossen School of Dance, with studios nearby in the Music Conservatory of Westchester (across from the County Center) in White Plains, welcomes you be their guest at a Free Week of Dance.
Try a new technique or reconnect with something you’ve always loved during the week of September 21st!
Core Curriculum Modern Dance classes, beginning at age 3, are taught to live music. Classes develop both technique and creativity; movement is encouraged and vocabulary and technique are taught in the form of dances to music children love. Modern/Jazz and Jazz classes introduce and explore the rhythm, styles and music of the Jazz idiom. These classes take place on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The Steffi Nossen School of Dance, founded in Westchester in 1937, is a program of the not-for-profit Dance in Education Fund, an organization making dance opportunities more available for dance students, professionals and audiences. Classes emphasize the joy and freedom of dance as well as honing technique. Live music is a program highlight.
The school’s faculty is led by School Director Kathy Fitzgerald, a graduate of North Carolina School of the Arts, who has performed as a principal dancer with, and teacher for, Frankfort Ballet and soloist with Netherlands Dance Theater. "Our program involves the whole child," she says, "not only physically but also their emotions, their minds and their creativity. Our faculty collaboratively designs a sequential, developmental and age-appropriate curriculum that shares their love of dance, encourages creativity, and exposes students to a variety of dance styles. Please contact us at 328-1900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit our website, steffinossen.org.