Welcome!……On behalf of the Joanne Langione Dance Center, its faculty and staff, I would like to extend a warm and sincere “Welcome” to each of you. It is my hope, that the dance training offered at our school, beyond the sound physical benefits will help your children develop poise and self-confidence, so vital to their creative and personal growth. JLDC defines itself by its respect for the individual, its celebration of creativity and having fun through the learning process. I invite you to learn more about us by exploring our website. I think you’ll discover this for yourself as you look into our programs and meet our students. Our faculty and staff look forward to sharing a rewarding dance experience with you and your children. Warmly, Joanne Langione
For more information regarding our programs of dance education, placement for your student, or the registration process please see the class pages above or contact Emily Masson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-969-8724. Thank you for giving your children a chance to have a positive, well-rounded dance education.
Full Day “Dance Camp” Beginner/Intermediate ages 6-10 yrs and 11-14 yrs The Full Day dance program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to continue dancing throughout the summer months with emphasis on dance and … Continue reading →
By Annie Ellertsen, Class of 2003 I graduated from JLDC in 2003. At the time, if you had told me I would someday be guest teaching in one of the most respected studios in the world, or that I would book … Continue reading →
Monday-Friday 10-11:30 am and Sundays 9-10:30am REGISTER NOW: Session I: Sept 8th- Dec 8th
The goal of Playdance (ages 2 - 4 years) is to foster a love of music and movement in your child. Using a large open dance space, a variety of music and song, along with several movement tools, the program is designed to be fun and to develop classroom readiness. The concept of Playdance was created to ensure that young children do not begin formal training too early, yet are encouraged to explore as many ways of moving as their imaginations will allow. Class includes rest-time where children will hear a story and have juice.
Elements of Acrobatics: AcroDance Workshop Acrobatic training teaches flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, and above all, discipline and concentration. With careful, quality instruction, a dancer will gain more flexibility and upper body strength, giving her a substantial advantage in today’s … Continue reading →