Do Re Mi School of the Arts
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Show Choir

Spring 2019

Show choir is the combination of song and dance within a performance. Our show choir classes gradually increase in level of difficulty, challenging our students as they grow older, and allow them to experience a wide variety of song and dance. Our Spring session ends with a performance at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts in a beautiful 850 seat theatre. It's a special concert that you won't want to miss! Spring Concert Date: Saturday, May 11.

Take A Bow

Take-A-Bow: Ages 4 - Kindergarten

In this introduction to show choir, our youngest students learn the basics of singing and coordinating with movement. They end the semester performing on stage as a group, while standing on risers. Their performance immensely boosts their confidence and prepares them for future classes. It's a wonderful introduction to Do Re Mi.

Tuesdays, 3:45pm - 4:30pm, $250/semester ($50/mo.)


Notables

Notables: 1st - 2nd grade

These little ones come off the risers and combine singing AND dancing! In this class students also begin to learn how to navigate a stage.

Mondays, 4:00pm - 4:45pm,
$250/semester ($50/mo.)


This is the best program and it is everything and more that I could have hoped for!
— Parent

Act One

Act One: 3rd - 4th Grade

Students in this class become even more comfortable on stage and continue to refine their performance skills. Their performances have a wider variety of songs and dance and an increased level of difficulty.

Mondays, 5:45pm - 6:30pm,
$250/semester ($50/mo.)


Spotlighters

Spotlighters: 5th - 8th Grade

These young, experienced students take their performance to another level. They devote time and energy, and commit to a class that is more difficult and a performance that takes dedication and practice.

Tuesdays, 4:30pm - 5:15pm,
$250/semester ($50/mo.)


Additional Class Fees for Spring Semester

There will be a $65 recital fee and a costume fee, not to exceed $100 for the following classes: Take-A-Bow, Notables, Act One, and Spotligthers.

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