Our contemporary classes are dynamic, creative and expressive! Learn the foundations of contemporary dance technique and work together to create choreography. Build your confidence in an inspiring and supportive environment, led by professional choreographers. The classes nurture everyone to grow in their creative and technical abilities.
Our classes are delivered on a Thursday evening in a professional dance studio at Lyric Hammersmith. At the end of term, we present work to friends and family in an informal setting during the summer term we work towards dance festivals and performance opportunities.
The teachers are so sweet and helpful and it's really one of the best dance groups I've been in.
The teacher is excellent! She really helps us and is also very approachable and friendly.
What I enjoy most about the class if the music and style of dance.
Please note that some of the times in the video vary to the actual class times stated below
Contemporary Dance Classes at Lyric Hammersmith
Times: 16.30-18.00 (7-10 years)
18.00-19.30 (11-16 years)
19.30-21.00 (15-21 years with previous dance experience)
Where: Lyric Hammersmith, King Street, W6 0QL
Price: £80 per term/ Bursaries available
Duration: 90 minutes
To Book: 0208 741 6850
Autumn Term dates:
1. Thursday 27 September
2. Thursday 4 October
3. Thursday 11 October
4. Thursday 18 October
5. Thursday 1 November
6. Thursday 8 November
7. Thursday 15 November
8. Thursday 22 November
9. Thursday 29 November
10. Thursday 6 December
Amy Robinson Contemporary Dance Class Teacher
Amy Robinson trained at Roehampton University gaining a BA Hons in Dance Studies before going on to complete an internship at TrinityLaban conservatoire. She now works as a Contemporary Dance Artist choreographing, and teaching technique and creative dance on behalf of TrinityLaban Conservetoire, Greenwich Dance, Royal Academy of Dance, East London Dance, and Chisenhale Dance Space. She has previously choreographed youth dance works for Bonnie Bird Theatre (TrinityLaban), The Painted Hall (Greenwich), Eltham Palace and The National Maritime Museum with Greenwich Dance and contributed to Big Dance (Trafalgar Square).
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