Sol Dans 2 cultivates early-career artists developing creativity, versatility and performance skills. SD2 works in collaboration with Sol Dans Company in arts education, experimentation and audience development.
How we work
We believe that young people benefit greatly from dance training. Dance can help improve participants’ life skills, physical fitness, concentration, co-ordination, cognitive skills and raise levels of confidence and self-esteem. All of which can be carried through to later life.
We believe that every young person has the right to participate in arts activities that will develop their creative potential in a safe and supportive environment. Our facilitators are committed to engaging and educating young participants whilst ensuring that each individual child works to the best of their ability regardless of age, class, gender, sexuality, physical ability, social, ethnic, religious or cultural backgrounds. We strive to ensure that every child is treated equally and that their learning experience with us is as positive as possible.
Our facilitators are members of Sol Dans Company and hold current CRBs and insurance. Our instructors’ extensive work in the education sector and diverse careers working professionally in the Dance Industry ensures that students are exposed to a well-rounded and informed dance experience.
What we offer
Weekly classes with Founder Melody Squire and members of Sol Dans Company
Workshops and intensives
GCSE and A-Level curriculum based workshops.
Dance workshops can be tailored to suit the participants needs and abilities. Dance styles that can be taught are Contemporary, Ballet, Jazz, Commercial Jazz, Street, Musical Theatre, Choreography, Partner work and Dance Improvisation.
To become a SD2 memeber, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and a recent headshot and we will be in contact.
Feel free to also stop by one of our open classes at Pineapple Studios. Click here to learn more.