M.P.A.C is designed to strengthen the physical and professional principles for the serious dancer. The program provides a comprehensive curriculum for exploring dance through both a technical foundation and professional development methodologies.
of the month
Every month MPAC highlights and recognizes a student that shows promising talent. The faculty of MPAC meets every month to acknowledge the hard work and commitment of one talented dancer. Students are selected based on their progressive development within the curriculum, consistency and their positive attitude amongst their peers, instructors and within the conservatory.
MPAC’s youth division has been devised with a comprehensive curriculum for selected students in the beginner level of the conservatory. Ranging in ages 6 years to 9 years, dancers attend daily technique classes with some of MPAC’s professional faculty.Read More
MPAC’s professional division offers a full-time training program for dancers at intermediate and advanced levels. The Pre-professional division offers rigorous dance classes according to the student’s level of technical proficiency.Read More
MPAC’S Professional Division has been devised to meet the needs of the professional dancer. Classes have been geared toward advanced technical proficiency and performative principles to ensure successful careers in dance.Read More
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MPAC offers world-class dance training for all levels of experience. Our faculty provides classes for both basic beginners and professional dancers. Classes are filled at a limited capacity unless enrolled within our conservatory.
NGDC-NEXT GENERATION SUMMER DANCE INTENSIVE
MPAC is partnered with the Next Generation Dance Conservatory, LLC, a summer dance intensive training program for professional dancers under the direction of Mr. Ali Willingham. Mr. Willingham, a former guest artist of Philadanco and Director of the Contemporary Dance Department of String Theory School.
The Movement Performing Arts Conservatory is a 501C3 charitable organization that relies on the charitable support of corporations, individuals, and foundations