HARVARD — So you don’t think you can dance, but you’ve always wanted to audition for the show — then classes at the Harvard Academy of Dance may help you get on your way to becoming the next showstopper. The Harvard Academy of Dance is a brand new dance studio that opened its doors in Harvard, offering a wide variety of classes for children and adults including ballet, tap, jazz, Creative Movement (preschool), Kinderdance, hip hop, modern, lyrical, contemporary, yoga and salsa. These classes not only hone dance technique but also promote a healthy and active lifestyle.
Harvard Academy of Dance (http://www.harvardaod.com) is one of the largest studios of its kind in Worcester County. Striving to create an environment that is warm, welcoming, and inviting, the new 2,500-square-foot location houses a spacious studio, waiting room, dressing area, two bathrooms, and wireless internet access.
Harvard Academy of Dance was created with a desire to unite and teach the various ages, styles, and levels of both the dance and fitness disciplines in one location.
Led by nationally recognized dancer Kimberly Corbett, award-winning choreographers and performers are the instructors. Kimberly has represented the United States on the U.S.A. Dance Team and currently performs with Tribe: the Dance Company out of Boston. All of the instructors have danced professionally and competitively throughout the world.
“I am beyond thrilled to bring my love of dance to Harvard,” said Director Kimberly Corbett. “It has always been a dream of mine to run my own studio and with our brand new, state-of-the-art studio opened on Ayer Road, I hope to foster a love of dance in our students and bring an appreciation of the arts as well as a healthy lifestyle to the forefront of our community.”
The Harvard Academy of Dance features a state-of-the-art hardwood-sprung flooring system specially designed with the dancers’ safety in mind. The studio is located on Route 110, just off of Route 2 in the same plaza as Sorrento’s Pizza.
Harvard Academy of Dance encourages dancers to take the disciplines of dance into their everyday lives, helping to build self-confidence, good self esteem, and a passion for living. For information, visit http://www.harvardaod.com.