Competitive Summer Programs In Sault Ste. Marie

Competitive Summer Programs In Sault Ste. Marie

NEW Competitive Dancer Training

Date: Coming Soon!

  • For NEW Competitive dancers to prepare and catch up, prior to joining the team in September.
  • 4 week session * 2 days per week.

Schedule

Tuesdays

  • 5:00-6:00pm
  • 6:00-7:00pm

Thursdays

  • 5:00-6:00pm
  • 6:00-7:00pm

Cost

  • $ + hst (for all 4 weeks)
  • DUE:

How To Register

To register, please use our ONLINE REGISTRATION form below:

  1. Fill out all required information on the online form.
  2. Provide a pre-authorized payment method * Credit card (Visa or Mastercard).

Please note - We can not accept your registration without a valid pre-authorized payment method on file for payments. Once we receive your completed form, we will contact you to confirm your registration.​

Competitive Workshop 2024

August 9-11, 2024 (Friday-Sunday)
3 Day Workshop

Who

  • Mandatory for all SDA Company Dancers (Division II) - Mini, Junior, Inter, Senior
  • All dancers welcome!

Where

  • Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario * Studio Dance Arts * 610 Queen Street East

Levels & Tuition

  1. Mini - $
  2. Junior - $
  3. Intermediate - $
  4. Senior - $
  • 10% Sibling Discount
  • Payment DUE:

Schedule

Coming soon…

Class Dress Code

  • Ballet - black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair (middle part, low bun)
  • Jazz - black bodywear, black jazz shoes
  • Tap - black bodywear, black tap shoes
  • Lyrical/Contemporary - black bodywear, bare feet, socks
  • HipHop - clean indoor running shoes (rubber sole), bodywear - anything goes!

How To Register

To register, please use our ONLINE REGISTRATION form below:

  1. Fill out all required information on the online form.
  2. Provide a pre-authorized payment method * Credit card (Visa or Mastercard).

Please note - We can not accept your registration without a valid pre-authorized payment method on file for payments. Once we receive your completed form, we will contact you to confirm your registration.​

Competitive Workshop FACULTY

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Linda Garneau Workshop Teacher

Bio coming soon…

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Emily Spearing Workshop Teacher

Bio coming soon…

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Sarra Freeman Workshop Teacher

Sarra found her love of dance early, and grew up dancing competitively in Toronto, training in a wide variety of genres. She complimented her competitive training in her teen years by attending Etobicoke School of the Arts, and later Ryerson Theatre School, majoring in Performance Dance. There, she had the opportunity to work with master teachers such as Nadia Potts, Vicki St Denys, Karen Duplisea, Kenny Pearl, and many more. She also had the pleasure of performing pieces choreographed by Matjash Mrozewski and Heidi Strauss, among notable others. 

Since graduating, Sarra has made a point of continuing her dance education by taking part in a variety of training opportunities all over North America. She travels and trains on a regular basis, and she feels lucky to have been able to learn from many of the major influencers in the dance community. 

Sarra’s primary focus is now on teaching and choreographing. Her passion for learning has allowed her to share her love of dance with thousands of young dancers over the last fifteen years. Recognized for her choreographic originality and emphasis on technique, her work has won multiple prestigious competitive awards, and many of her dancers have gone on to pursue professional careers in dance. Sarra is thrilled to be teaching at Studio Dance Arts again this summer, and is always excited to share her passion for the art form with eager dancers everywhere.

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Carter Musselman Workshop Teacher

Emerging from Kitchener, Carter Musselman rapidly ascended the entertainment industry ranks through his unparalleled work ethic and willingness to embrace risks. By 12, his talents shone alongside Janet Jackson during her 2015 Unbreakable Tour. However, his most prominent and recognized stint has been his portrayal of Heath in Seasons 6, 7, and 8 of The Next Step. This role, which resonated with countless fans, solidified his reputation as a force in the world of dance and entertainment.

Embodying core values of autonomy, respect, and creativity, Carter’s journey showcases his dedication to the craft and a hunger to push boundaries. His move to Toronto allowed him to explore the world of acting while staying true to his dancing roots. His roles in varied projects such as Zombies 3, IT as the headless boy, Bring It On, and Locke and Key reflect his versatility.

A blend of hard work, strategic risks, and unyielding core values, Carter is setting new personal benchmarks in entertainment.