We’re back with a full schedule starting August 23, 2021!
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Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Academy’s policy is designed to promote students’ disciplined study of dance. Scholarships are awarded to students based on financial need, dedication to the program and availability. The financial aspect of this process will be modeled off of the Denver Office of Economic Development’s 2021 Income Limits.
Applications must be submitted by midnight on August 23, 2021. All students who wish to receive a scholarship award must do the following:
We know the last year has presented our youth with many challenges and often times isolation. Our goal is to create a supportive youth community, while fostering individuality through strengthening identity and creative expression. Sessions will be held in-person on Thursday evenings for one hour.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions and to register.
The MSU Denver Dance major is unique in its versatility and in its partnership with Cleo Parker Robinson Dance (CPRD). CPRD is recognized worldwide for their dynamic cross-cultural curriculum, community engagement, innovative choreography, and promotion of American dance heritage. In this exciting program, CPRD’s mission of social transformation through dance and MSU Denver’s academic rigor and focus on real-world experience converge.
The dance curriculum includes coursework in modern, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, tap, world dance forms, world dance history and culture, community-based dance practices, somatics and anatomy, pedagogy, improvisation, choreography, contemporary dance and interdisciplinary performance, movement analysis, dance production, and arts administration. The Dance Program allows students to combine their interest in dance with other fields, taking classes in non-profit management, teaching or arts administration, among others. The program will utilize service learning, field experience, and internship programs to enrich students’ learning and to foster a connection between MSU and its student body and the Denver community. We aim to prepare students for their future in dance and beyond, supporting their specific career and educational goals through concrete learning experiences and creative exploration.
The entrance is located directly across from the Thomas W. Bean Towers between Cleveland Place and Washington Street.
Please click on the “Class Schedule/Sign-In” Button above and register all of those who are TAKING class.
The Academy opens Monday-Friday at 4:00pm and on Saturdays at 8:00am. We are closed on Sundays.
There are 3 ways you can sign up for classes:
a) Download the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance App from the App Store
b) Click a “Class Schedule/Sign-In” button above
c) Visit the Academy Desk after 4:00pm Monday-Friday and from 8:00am-2:15pm on Saturdays.
We have a Creative Dance Class for children ages 1-2 and their parents on Saturdays from 8:45- 9:30am.
See the buttons at the top of the page for our registration portal. Once you fill that out, we’ll give you a call to complete the registration.
Yes, please refer to our class schedule.
We have a drop-in policy, you may take classes whenever you like and need not commit to a specific series. You may purchase a 10-class bundle for a savings.
We only charge you for classes you attend.
Yes! For ISDI Kids Camps you can register two children for one week for $550.00, or for both weeks at $1,000.
For Ballet: Leotard, tights, ballet slippers, hair pulled back.
For Zumba: Workout clothes, clean sneakers
For All Other Classes: Comfortable clothing, hair pulled back, no jewelry