Posts Tagged ‘Disney’

Ask Rhee Gold | Setting policies for dance trips

Advice for Dance Teachers Dear Rhee, Some of my studio parents have backed out of our upcoming performance trip to Disney, causing a lot of issues at the studio and stress for me. These same parents still want to attend this spring’s competitions. The Disney trip was our original plan—the competitions weren’t added until later.…

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Dancing at Disney

What to know before you go by Debbie Werbrouck Your kids are happy with the performing opportunities you provide: an annual recital, maybe a spring show or competition season, appearances at community events. But what if your students could perform in the Happiest Place on Earth? The Disney Performing Arts Program provides in-park educational workshops,…

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August 2015 | College Close-Ups | California Institute of the Arts

The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) offers dance students a unique creative environment. As an internationally recognized conservatory for the performing and visual arts (dance, film, theater, visual art, music, and writing), CalArts has a philosophy that emphasizes the exploration of new paths beyond conventional boundaries.

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Dancing at Disney

Most dance school owners are always looking for new ways to showcase their dancers. Performing at Walt Disney World® Resort in Orlando, Florida, or Disneyland® Resort in Anaheim, California, is a popular choice. Disney Magic Music Days, which celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2010, has hosted more than 2 million international guest dance, instrumental, and choral performers at their parks worldwide.

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