" A Night at The Museum"
Rehearsal: Saturday May 6th
(this will be a morning rehearsal, wrapping up around noon)
Recitals: Sunday May 7th at 11:00 am and 4:00 pm
Recitals are mandatory for all students.
Tickets and other important details pertaining to
reciatl will be discussed during class in February. Dates TBA
Rehearsal and Recitals are an important art of being a dance student.
First and foremost dance is a performing art. A high percentage of students who are interested in dance do so for the reward of performing what they know for an appreciative audience. Even the youngest dancers love to hear the applause for a job well done. How many of you have had mini-performances in your living room, at the park, at school or the grocery store? Dancers tend to love the limelight anywhere we can get it.
A recital is also like a “performance” review or a test at the end of the semester. The students work hard learning skills Aug-Dec then put those skills together to form a piece of choreography. The dance is their essay showcasing everything learned in an entire season of dance. The benefits from an annual recital are countless.
The recital is a fun experience that creates lifetime memories
The recital allows dancers to fully experience a performing art and the unique feeling of being on stage
Preparing for a recital is a way for dancers to work on memorization skills, rhythm, technique, teamwork, and much more…and they LOVE having something to be proud of
It gives dancers the opportunity to perform in front of an audience that will boost self-confidence in everything they do
Family and friends get to see what their dancers have learned in dance class
And let’s be honest the costumes are pretty cool too!
Check Out Some Highlights from our 2022 Recital
" A Magical Day at The Parks"
.Love it here! I was kind of dreading the end of the year recital - I've had to sit through these 4-hour affairs in the past. But KMC does an INCREDIBLE job with their recitals! it is a production-I am amazed at how they coordinate the show. It is fun to watch whether your child is on stage at that moment or not. It is also over in 90 minutes, and you don't have to contend with people with video cameras blocking your view. The teachers are great! And the classes are small enough to allow for a little extra attention if needed for your kiddo. I love that it's in an historic old church-such a cool small-town touch.-Diane J