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CPA Hip Hop Technique
PriceActivity Fee: $15.00
Multi-Activity Discount: 20.00%
Ages10 and up
DepartmentConservatory of Performing Arts
Program CategoryGroup Music & Dance
Age CategoryAll Ages
Registration dates Standard registration - 15 May 2019 6:00 AM
By Internet - 15 May 2019 6:00 AM
SeasonFall 2019

Open for registration
SessionCPA Hip Hop Technique (Fall 2019)
DescriptionDrop-in options available for Technique classes only. $15/class OR 20% discount applied automatically at check-out if you register for 3 or more days of Technique classes in one transaction.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Drop-in sessions can only be paid online (credit only), on the phone by calling 306-585-5748 (credit only), or in person (cash/debit/credit) at the Conservatory's Student Services Office (CB 118, 2155 College Avenue). Find office location and hours here: https://www.uregina.ca/cce/student-services/no-admission/. Please DO NOT pay the teacher. All online registrations must be made 1 hour prior to the drop-in class start time as enrollment will not be active after this time.

See our website here for policies including withdrawals and refunds: https://www.uregina.ca/cce/student-services/no-admission/na-policies.html
DatesFrom 8 December 2019 to 8 December 2019
Times4:30pm to 6pm
FacilityCollege Building 230 [CB230]

We're sorry, but this session is over. The last session end day was 8 Dec 2019 6:00 PM

Run in cooperation with Vibes YQR and instructors Mohitdeep Khatra and Eddy Alvaro, join us for Hip Hop Technique (ages 10+). This foundational class focuses on the basics of hip hop, funk, and street dance styles. This class will help you build a strong base to grow your confidence freestyling through your unique musicality, character, and groove all while having fun dancing. This class is for both youth and adults wanting to learn to move freely.

Sub-styles that will also be explored include popping, top rock, animation, house, tutting, waving, snaking, robot, and electric boogaloo. We will explore both basic to advanced level, so, dancers can adjust to the level with which they are most comfortable.