"When you get the choice to sit or dance,
I hope you dance"
What is Afro-Caribbean?
Afro-Caribbean is a rich genre, featuring both traditional and contemporary styles of a combination of dance genres - Caribbean, Latin and African derived dances from the Caribbean.
Afro-Caribbean dance classes offer students the opportunity to sample a range of dances, at the centre of which is self-awareness and self expression - a perfect genre for extroverted children, or conversely, for children who may be shy and self-conscious and need to build their self confidence.
What does the CYDT Afro-Caribbean class cover?
Instructors teach not only movement, but an appreciation for the historical context of specific dance selections. Students will learn choreography and dances that can be showcased at special events and festivals.
Dance styles incorporated into these classes include bele, pique, dinki mini, brukins, gerebente, azonto, afro beats, ska, rock steady, dancehall, reggae, calypso and soca.
When is Afro-Caribbean?
Tuesdays and Saturdays
Are you new to the Children & Youth Dance Theatre?
Not sure if you, or your child, will take to dance?
Contact us to inquire about a free trial class.
4507 Chesswood Drive | North York
416.855.3400 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday | Closed
Tuesday | 5pm - 9:30pm
Wednesday | 5pm - 9:30pm
Thursday | 5pm - 9:30pm
Friday | Closed
Saturday | 9am - 5pm
Sunday | Closed