Dance Ensembles (9-12)


Boys Ensemble and Girls Ensemble are designed for older students with a connection to dance as a performing art. These classes emphasize a higher attention to detail and complexity within the group. The students will present different musical choices and will pick pieces which will be choreographed for a performance. Students are encouraged to express their own style and teach each other the steps that will shape the dance. These classes foster an exploration of diverse movements and challenge students to create a unique dance experience.

Please see schedule below for Girls Ensemble class time and Boys Ensemble class time.

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Day Time Start Date Per Term (16 weeks) Full Year (32 weeks)
Tuesday - Boys Ensemble 5:00pm 9/11/2018 $410.00 $820.00
Wednesday - Girls Ensemble 5:00pm 9/12/2018 $410.00 $820.00

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Semesters 2018-2019

Dance Ensembles (9-12) Classes have two semesters:

  1. FALL semester begins on September 11, 2018
  2. SPRING semester begins on January 29, 2019

Students registered for classes in Fall Term are automatically reenrolled in Spring Term.

More info available at School Calendars

School Calendars

Fees & Aid

  • There is a once-yearly non-refundable $35 registration fee per student ($50 per family)
  • There is a $15 fee per term for payment plans
  • No registration fee is charged for summer study

BMS is committed to removing any financial barriers. Tuition assistance is available.

Tuition Assistance

Questions?

Do you have any questions about this class?
Call 617-277-4593 or email info@bmsmusic.org

Faculty


Tom Krusinski

Tom Krusinski

The doorway to learning is joyfulness. When the student experiences their learning in an atmosphere of joyful self-discipline, clear boundaries, and...(more)

Dance

Brookline Music School's Dance Program explores kinesthetic creativity by using movement, music, props, games and play to develop and link students’ learning into complex dance moves and phrases. Dance Instructor Tom Krusinski starts with each child’s strengths within individual and ensemble work, engaging them using the practices of Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences, including spatial, linguistic, mathematical and logical. Such intelligences assist in emotional and behavioral control, resisting impulses, developing cognitive flexibility and memory, and bringing courage and joy to meeting challenging situations in and out of the dance class.