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Tue, Sep 03


611 W Bagley Rd

BW Dance & Dalcroze Class 3-4 Year Olds

Visit the Baldwin Wallace Community Arts School for a special FREE sampler class. Students will explore dance and the Dalcroze method for learning music through movement. Spots are limited. Parents must remain on-site. Please read details for directions.

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BW Dance & Dalcroze Class 3-4 Year Olds
BW Dance & Dalcroze Class 3-4 Year Olds

Time & Location

Sep 03, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

611 W Bagley Rd, 611 W Bagley Rd, Berea, OH 44017, USA


About the event

There will be a ½ hour Dalcroze and a ½ hour Learn to Dance class with a short bathroom break and time for Q & A about the BW Community Arts School Program. Parents do not participate in the classes but they will need to stay since the students are not officially registered for a BW CAS class. There is a lobby area. that the parents can hang out in during the class time.

Directions: The classes will take place at the BW Whistle Stop location which is located at 611 West Bagley Road. Enter through the main entrance of the building – in the middle, under the green awning. Once in the lobby, The BW Community Arts School classrooms are on the second floor of the building, to your right / west side of the building. There is an elevator and a staircase in the lobby. Off the elevator, head straight. At the top of the stairs, turn right. Then you will just follow the signs we will have posted to the classrooms

Here are the descriptions for the classes:

Dalcroze: Dalcroze Eurhythmics is an exciting and joyful form of music education. Dalcroze classes offer a hands-on approach to music theory in which students explore musical concepts such as meter, tempo, phrase, form and dynamics through rhythm games, purposeful movement, songs, ear training, sight-singing and improvisation. The playful atmosphere in classes promotes coordination, balance, movement vocabulary and active listening as well as independent and cooperative learning.

Creative Movement: This class focuses on introductory dance skills, motor skills, independence, self-expression, coordination and most importantly - FUN! Students learn to love the arts while engaging in lively activities, colorful props, exciting music and a celebration of personal accomplishments. In addition to the physical strength, balance and coordination. Students will be challenged to learn the principles of team work, classroom etiquette, social skills and confidence.

Contact Amy Ciepiel at with questions.

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