Hip Hop Dance

Perhaps fittingly, given its humble beginnings as a street dance, hip hop has become increasingly popular in the past two decades. Thanks to irresistible rhythms and eye-catching steps that break many of the conventions of classical dance, hip hop has caught the attention of the modern public. Hip hop started on the streets in some of the United States' ghettos, and has made its way to illustrious performance venues across the globe. In a short period of time, hip hop has carved a substantial chunk of dance culture out for itself, and our students love the innovative nature of hip hop choreography and style.

Carlson's offers classes from beginner to advanced.

What to Wear

Students must wear white soled, clean, non-marking indoor runners. Do not wear shoes that have been worn outside. Jeans are not permitted. Exercise or dance wear is appropriate.

Hair MUST be pulled back into ponytail.