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Dance to your heart's content with BU!
The Dance program allows participants to become aware of their physical and
creative capabilities, and to increase their understanding
of dance as a physical discipline, an art form and a social phenomenon. The dance program has something for everyone! You can pursue dance as a performance art or recreational activity by taking
advantage of our credit technique and theory courses. In addition to offering courses in traditional genres including ballet, modern,
jazz, tap, and improvisation, we have a host of non-credit dance styles such as aerial (new as of 2012), belly dance, Capoeira, Salsa. Hip Hop, Cardio Jazz Funk, Pilates, and ballroom styles are listed in both the credit and non-credit programs. There
are also courses in history and aesthetics that are cross-listed with the College of Fine Arts.
Our BU Dance Theater is the site of dance performances and workshops and is available for rentals. Please check out the list below to see what else we offer.
General Dance Office Hours:
For contact information and hours, click here for May & June spring hours.
Members and SAO groups, for information about using multi-use studios for short or long term periods, click here. Update: Due to success and response of improved member access to MU rooms, MU5 will now be made available during open hours as well!
Click here for more information about the Dance Minor and view the Fall 2013 Dance Minor Info Session dates.
Contact Micki Taylor-Pinney at 617-353-1597 or firstname.lastname@example.org
all its forms cannot be excluded from the curriculum of all
noble education; dancing with the feet, with ideas, with words,
and, need I add that one must also be able to dance with the
pen?"- Friedrich Nietzsche
For general inquiries about the dance program, email us at email@example.com or call 617-353-1597.
Hold your next event in our state of the art Dance Theater with space for 223 people!
Class spotlight: Pilates
Improve your flexibility and strength while exploring fundamental matwork and apparatus classes evolved from the teaching of Joseph H. Pilates.
Take a Dance Class!
Add variety to your workout routine and learn a new skill with a fun dance class. From Hip Hop to Ballet to Tango to Belly Dancing - try something new today!