January 6, 2019

Tap Dance Classes

tap dance classes

A truly American art form, tap dance blends athleticism and artistry to deepen the dancer’s awareness of rhythm and musicality. Tap is an excellent way to develop rhythm, coordination, dexterity, and agility that carries over to other dance disciplines, academics, and athletics. Tap Dance Classes improve concentration and a student’s ability to grasp and execute combinations and instructions quickly. Students not only learn tap technique but also develop self confidence, stage presence, and performance skills.

Tap dance is a form of dance characterized by using the sound of one’s tap shoes hitting the floor as a percussive instrument. As such, it is also commonly considered to be a form of music. Tappers can create a variety of percussive rhythms with their feet by tapping, sliding, and clicking their tap shoes on the floor. Inna’s Hall of Fame will teach rhythm, coordination, basic tap terminology and choreography. Our Tap dance classes are designed to refine tap skills, while moving beyond the fundamentals of tap. Students will be taught intricate new steps, rhythms, patterns and combinations in a mash up of many styles.


Tap Dance Classes 1-3

Ages 5-12

Tap dance classes at Inna’s Hall of Fame are a great way to teach kids about rhythm and sound. Our tap teachers are at the height of their talent and they share that talent with their students with the goal of creating tappers who are agile and musical. Our tap dance classes create strong, coordinated dancers who can move on to a dance career if that’s what they desire.

During class, students warm up, practice intricate steps in the center of the room, move across the floor, and work on dance routines from week to week. Dancers improve their tap skills working on small and large movements, complex rhythms, and multi-step exercises. Students will build upon their tap vocabulary and the combinations and rhythms will become more complex. Students will also work on fine tuning the execution of those more complex steps.

Dear Parents, students and guardians

I hope this finds you and your loved ones safe and well.

The City of Cooper City has given us the go ahead for “Inna’s Hall of Fame” to reopen on Monday, June 1st, 2020!

  • We would like to let you know that we already installed buzzer doors.
  • We have protective glass in the front lobby and an infrared thermometer.
  • We will clean and sanitized the school throughout every day.
  • Masks are required

Any plans to reopen “Inna’s Hall of Fame” for in-person instruction will adhere to guidelines that are based on requirements outlined by the Department of Public Health and implements restrictions necessary to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission in our community.

  • Our Summer Camp “ Hairspray” will have small capacity and age range 9-15 ( (please reserve your spot ) see information on our  website https://innashof.com/programs/performing-arts-summer-camp/
  • Our group classes will start on Monday, June 1st , and will be continuing through July and August please see attachment,  in-person schedule and our zoom classes will work at the same time ( please see schedule)
  • We are also offering transportation, please let us know ( only 4 students max. in the bus)
  • Our virtual Camps will start on June 8th please see informant on our website https://innashof.com/programs/performing-arts-summer-camp/
  • All private classes will remain as scheduled will be combined with zoom private classes.
  • The Diamond Gala performance will be recorded in August.
  • Music Recitals will be online on Instagram.

Please do not hesitate to call us if you have any questions

Please know how grateful we are for your patience, flexibility and support in these challenging times. As always, know of our prayers for you and your families.

Sincerely,

Inna Maor