While we are excited to get back to doing what we do best - dancing! - there are a number of new protocols that are now in place to keep our dancers, families, and instructors safe. Below is the latest copy of our health and safety policies and procedures, but as our situation can change rapidly, please contact the studio for the most up-to-date information.
These protocols will be followed without exception and we ask that all dancers and families familiarize themselves with our policies and procedures before they arrive at the door.
*NEW FOR FALL 2020: As of September 14th, face masks will be required for all dancers (resuable cloth masks preferred and strongly encouraged).*
As always, the health and safety of our dancers, dance families, and instructors is our top priority. Our deep thanks in advance for your understanding and cooperation!
2019 recital newsletter
And another countdown begins as we approach another exciting recital! Here is our recital newsletter with all the information you need on recital day schedule, rehearsals, costumes, tickets, and more!
2018 Recital Newsletter
It's that time of year where a million dreams come true on stage! Our recital newsletter has everything you need to know about the big day but if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to be in touch anytime!
2017 Recital Newsletter
Believe it or not, our recital countdown has officially begun! Below is our recital newsletter with important information about tickets, recital day schedule, costumes, and more. Enjoy!
2016 Recital Newsletter
Costumes are arriving, choreography is being completed, and dancers are working harder than ever - we must be counting down to the recital!
Our recital newsletter is below with important information about tickets, recital day schedule, and all the other exciting preparations. As always, if there are any questions or concerns about anything recital-related, please contact the studio.
I am excited to announce that our very own Jennifer Vartiainen, long-time dancer and teacher at the studio, has agreed to come on board as co-director. She has a wealth of experience as a dancer, teacher, choreographer and has always been an integral part of the Danceability family. Add to this Jenn’s degree in commerce from UBC’s Sauder School of Business and she is the perfect choice for this position.
Jennifer has already assumed responsibility for many classes this year, and is busy learning the day to day business side of the studio. You will have seen more of her in the past few months, and will be seeing even more of her in the months to come. She has always had a passion for dance, as all of you who have been to our shows over the years will have seen, and her classes are always very popular with the students. I am proud to have been her teacher and friend for many years, and have complete confidence in her ability to take on these new responsibilities. As we move forward, I look forward to the energy, creativity and passion that Jenn brings to our studio, and I know that you will all embrace her and support her as she settles in to her new position.
As always, our focus is on the dancers and we will continue to give them our best, while encouraging them to reach for their dreams and grow both artistically and technically. I am still teaching, and will continue to, and the support of a co-director to share the responsibilities means that we can work together to offer our students even more opportunities and experiences.