Hip-Hop & Jazz
Volume 19 | Issue 10 | Buy a print copy
It’s time for our favorite funky duo, hip-hop and jazz! Read about master hip-hop teachers, birthday party fun, and dancers ages 50 and up getting their groove on. Then meet the Marta sisters, with jazz styles as different as the coasts they iive on, and explore university jazz dance programs. Jump right in!
On My Mind
By Rhee Gold
Words from the publisher
EditorSpeak | We Ballet | Two Lumps, Please
By Cheryl A. Ossola and Karen White
2 Tips for Ballet Teachers | Shoulder Sits
By David Arce
2 Tips for Tap Teachers | Time Steps
By Thelma Goldberg
2 Tips for Modern Teachers | Inviting and Allowing
By Bill Evans
2 Tips for Hip-Hop Teachers | Know Your History
By Geo Hubela
2 Music Tips for Dance Teachers | The Baroque Period: Part 2
By Nina Pinzarrone
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Words from our readers
Teacher in the Spotlight | Nancy Pattison
Teachers who make a difference
Thinking Out Loud | A Nip in the Bud
By Elizabeth McLain
By Kerry Ring and Mollee Johnson
Ideas to incorporate into your curriculum
College Close-Ups | Roger Williams University
What students need to know about college and university dance programs.
Hip-Hop & Jazz
By Elizabeth Zimmer
Two sisters, two coasts, two styles of dance.
Studying the Classix
By Kay Waters
Atlanta-based dance crew proves hip-hop isn’t only for the young.
Bright Biz Idea | Happy Hip-Hop Birthday
By Megan Donahue
Boost Profits and fun with kid-cool dance parties.
In Their Corner
By Lisa Okuhn
Using tap and boxing, and digging deep, Joe Orrach helps others find their voices.
By Gina McGalliard
Monthly guest teachers amp up the training at Wildwood Dance & Arts.
Higher-Ed Voice | Jazz Dance x 3
By Joseph Carman
A sampling of university jazz dance degree programs.
Ballet Scene | Tutu Famous
By Karen White
Making costume confections takes skill, patience, and years of experience.
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Dance Studio Life, a magazine with a back-to-basics approach, is a division of the Rhee Gold Company, whose mission is to be at the forefront of dance and education by promoting the highest possible standards in teaching. Dance Studio Life understands the soul of the teaching field.