Throughout 4 days and 12 hours of instruction, students of all levels improve skills in hip-hop dance, from popping and locking to breaking
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Unlike painting murals or sculpting glacier replicas of Big Ben, dancing is an art that can be performed anywhere. Pick up portable moves with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$125 for one week of H+ Summer Dance Intensive ($275 value)
$239 for two weeks of H+ Summer Dance Intensive ($550 value)
$339 for three weeks of H+ Summer Dance Intensive ($825 value)
Classes are held Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Fridays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Click here for the class schedule by topic. Click here to see a video of the classes in action.
The Hip-Hop Dance Conservatory
Founded by 25-year music- and dance-industry veteran Safi Thomas, The Hip-Hop Dance Conservatory instills the values of professionalism and hard work through the art of hip-hop dance. The instructors hold an encyclopedic knowledge of hip-hop history and technique, which means they can fill the intensive conservatory program with sessions in everything from choreography to kinesiology to the technical aspects of production. Weekly open classes extend the teaching staff’s knowledge to the community, ensuring that everyone can at least follow along once all political debates have been replaced with dance contests.
Class feels open and welcoming regardless of dancing experience and it is nice to see all types of people feel comfortable to try and dance.I didn't feel silly at all even though at some points I was lost in my steps and eventually I felt like I could go to a club alone and dance without caring who is watching. THANK YOU H+
Adam E. ·
March 6, 2017
Everyone is really nice and they make you feel welcome even if you're a complete beginner and you look lost in the middle of everything. Definitely loved it and would recommend it to anyone looking to learn how to dance hip hop and learn some of the history of where hip hop comes from.
Raul R. ·
September 19, 2016
Super fun, they not only get you moving but really explain the history and culture of each dance. As they explained, they are not just a dance studio but also a conservatory and are dedicated to preserving and celebrating hip hop.