Why our dance lessons are popular with beginning and advanced children and teens.
Going into the 14th season, the Omaha Dance Center culture promotes dance as a means of performance instead of competition. Students have informal performance opportunities throughout the season, like end of quarter studio showcases, and an optional formal end of year recital at a local theater. Serious dancers can join the performance troupe, which performs several times a season at local community events. We believe this focus allows students to more rapidly improve dance technique while fostering positive attitudes about participation in the arts and making lifelong friendships.
Students at Omaha Dance Center enjoy small classes with 10 students or less taught by professional instructors using a standardized curriculum. Our curriculum is informed by rigorous international dance teaching standards and years of professional experience and is tailored to each age group and level. Curriculum changes monthly so students have time to master new technique before they progress to new moves. All classes are taught using our curriculum, meaning that no matter the time, all students receive superb instruction.