How We Dance…
Proper dance attire is imperative for the dancer’s and instructor’s success during rehearsals. Apart from enabling the dancer to move freely and allowing the instructor to see the dancer’s body positions, proper rehearsal attire assists the dancer to focus their energy into their movements. Inappropriate attire is a distraction to the dancer and the instructor. “Dressing the part” contributes to the dancers feeling like a dancer, resulting in a better focused rehearsal.
- Dance skirt
- Hair must be pulled back into a ponytail or a ballet bun
- Form-fitting track pants, sweats, shorts
- No street clothes for any classes
- Dancers are permitted to wear a sweater for warm-up. Sweaters must be form-fitting, and not too baggy. Absolutely no hoodies.
- No excessive jewelry
Students that have a variety of dance footwear must be prepared for each rehearsal and change shoes upon instructor’s request.
Selo Ukrainian Dancers currently offer the following classes:
6:00 – 6:45PM
‘Melenky Myshke’ (Little Mushrooms)
6:45 – 7:45PM
7:45 – 10:00PM & Sunday
Senior Dance Ensemble