Exhibition dancing is when an individual or group of dancers work to perfect a choreographed routine that conveys what the chosen music expresses.
Anyone from beginner to advanced levels can perform in competitive or non-competitive dance exhibitions.
COMPETITIVE EXHIBITION Student dancers in competitive exhibitions, or showcases, are awarded a score by judges, which determines their placement in the event. Competition rules often determine the type of music, style of dance, and duration of performance.
NON-COMPETITIVE EXHIBITION Non-competitive exhibitions performed for entertainment value have few restrictions or expectations other than to captivate their audience.
At IM Dance Happy Studios, we can help you develop the coordination, concentration, and charisma to charm your audience. Exhibition dancing is a thrill few people comprehend, and even fewer actually perform and experience. Let our competent dance instructors help you experience the thrill of a lifetime in exhibition dancing.
You can schedule standing appointments that fit into your regular routine, or if your schedule is unpredictable, we will do our best to schedule a private lesson when it is most convenient for you. Contact us today for availability and ask about our NEW Intro package for Private Lessons! Email: email@example.com or Call: 310-625-6980
*All lessons scheduled through IM Dance Happy Studios must be purchased before we can place you on the schedule. Please understand that if you do not cancel your lesson within 24 hours of your appointment time, you will be charged IN FULL for your lesson(s).*
You too can dance JOY, dance LOVE, and dance DREAMS at IM Dance Happy Studios!
I've been coming here with my husband for over a month now, and the instructors have been nothing but helpful. Very friendly and welcoming, too, especially when teaching beginners... The regulars here are also very nice, like one big family
They teach more about the fundamentals and Musicality (Isaiah's favorite word), and less about just learning patterns. They teach dancing as a vessel for expression, like an instrument to play a song, not just a series of motions to look cool.