Musical Theatre encourage students to be a 'triple threat', training in Singing, Dancing & Acting, allowing pupils to be able to take to the stage and feel confident in all subjects. Our classes follow the 'Associated Board Of Dance' Syllabus enabling student to enter Musical Theatre Examinations. Currently we teach Grades 1-5 in Musical Theatre.
We work closely with our older pupils who wish to pursue a career in the Performing Arts and help advise on Colleges and auditions for their next stage in training.
Street Dance is a fun mixture of Street Dance, Cheer Leading and Acro developing skills in musicality, rhythm and technique. The session usually involves working with up to date dance routines, basic gymnastic tumbles, including cartwheels, round offs, handstands & stretches as well as all the fun of cheer chants and pom poms!
Students have the opportunity to perform in our yearly Theatre Production as well as local events.
Ballet & Tap
At Paris Performing Arts we follow the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance (ISTD). Our classes start at the Pre Primary grade and continue to Adult level. Pre & Pointe Work Classes are for invited students only and is offered to advanced students aged 11+ who show the correct strength and ability to further their ballet en pointe.
We have a 100% pass rate in our ISTD examinations with students all gaining high merits and distinctions.
Flex & Conditioning
Flex & Conditioning is a wonderful way to build strength and stamina whilst controlling coordination and flexibility for Dancers.
The class works on the core elements required for a strong dancer, using pilates based exercises, ballet floor technique and cardio for warm-up.
Students aged 7+ can attend these classes which are offered twice a week at Paris Performing Arts.
Contemporary Dance is focused on expressing emotion through organic movements and unrestricted lines. Incorporating elements of lyrical Jazz, Ballet and Modern dance, Contemporary is an exciting fusion which develop fundamental skills, including balance, poise and graceful movement.
Students at Paris Performing Arts may also enter examinations with the Associated Board of Dance (ABD) from the age of six upwards.
Entry in to our Troupes are through audition only and students must attend a minimum of 3 hours of additional dance training with us weekly. Our performance troupe train in technique, flexibility and advanced choreography, encouraging performance skills to take them to a competitive level. Both Troupes compete around the South East and have successfully won various titles, trophies and medals both as a troupe and individually.