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North County DanceArts, Inc. is known for its professional and positive teaching staff, and its superb quality of training. NCDA is a San Diego dance studio and has been in business for 31 years (18 of those years being in Carmel Valley San Diego). Classes offered at NCDA include Ballet, Tap, Contemporary, Hip Hop, KinderCombo, Jazz, Tribal Belly Dancing, Zumba, Dancer Body Conditioning, and Turns & Leaps. There really is a class for everyone, no matter the age. Preschool and adult classes are offered, and they are broken down into beginner through professional. Each class is accompanied by a detailed and well-written description that gives the reader (dancer) a clear picture of what each class is like. Please continue reading below…
There are about 16 instructors at NCDA, all ranging in age, level and classes they teach. Yet they all have one thing in common: their love for dance. NCDA’s year runs with the school year (September through August), and the tuition is based over eleven months, each month averaging four weeks. Tuition at North Country DanceArts is determined by the amount of classes attended per week, and can be paid monthly or annually (pre-paid).
The 2012 NCDA Annual Recital is just around the corner. The event will take place on Saturday, July 28th at the Mandeville Auditorium (located on the campus of University of California, San Diego). Although it is too late for dancers to register for this year’s recital, there is the option to be apart of it in the coming year. Louis McKay, owner and founder of North County DanceArts, commented on the NCDA’s recitals saying that, “when people go the recital, they just say it’s like nothing they have ever seen.” And why wouldn’t they? The recitals are full of wonderfully choreographed dancing and singing!
To learn more about the North Country DanceArts, visit their website at www.northdancearts.com. The website is full of information pertaining to news, tuition, dress code, instructors, and even a photo gallery. Be sure to check out the classes as well. As mentioned above, you can find a detailed description of each class by visiting the site. The second to last tab on the website page reads “Contact.” Here, interested individuals or those with questions, can fill out a message form and get in direct contact with the staff at NCDA.