The Holiday Season is upon us, which means travel for many. Whether you are traveling 50 miles or 5,000, your hometown dance studio will most likely be too far away, or even closed for the Holidays. So in order to fill the void in your heart and avoid losing progress while you are away, you may want to consider checking out some different dance studios (and even different dance styles) throughout your travels.
Dance Studios are EVERYWHERE, and it is never a bad thing to experiment with new environments, instructors, styles, and dancers! The experience alone may spark a new interest and/or inspire you in some way.
Here is a list of 10 Dance Studios to visit around the country (in no particular order):
- Broadway Dance Center – 322 West 45th St., New York, NY – www.broadwaydancecenter.com
- Millennium Dance Complex – 5113 Lankershim Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA – www.millenniumdancecomplex.com
- Nuevo School of Contemporary Dance – 3857 Schaefer Ave., Chino, CA – www.nuevodance.com
- Dance Complex – 536 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA – www.dancecomplex.org
- 411 Dance Studios – 475 Moreland Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA – www.dance411studios.com
- Culture Shock Dance Center – 2110 Hancock St., San Diego, CA – www.cultureshockdancecenter.com
- Zenon Dance – 528 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, MN – www.zenondance.org
- Hubbard Street Dance- Lou Conte Dance Studio – 1147 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL – www.hibbardstreetdance/loucontedancestudio
- The Rock Center For Dance – 700 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd., Las Vegas, NV – www.therockcenterfordance.com
- Stage Door Studios – 3755 South Tuttle Ave., Sarasota, FL – stagedoorstudios.com
Safe Travels and Happy Dancing!
~ Miki Hegg, Assistant Director, ECSOD