Open Classes

Our professional instructors engage and challenge participants while honoring their unique perspectives and abilities.

Classes are $15 per session unless otherwise noted. 10-class passes can also be purchased at the studio for $135.  To reserve a spot ahead of time, please find your class on the schedule below and click on "sign up". 

College Student Discount: $12 drop in class valid with a current student ID. 

 

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Intermediate/Advanced Contemporary Classes

 

Meg Anderson: Int/Adv Contemporary, Mondays 7:30-9pm

Meg Anderson hails from central Massachusetts where she began her early dance career. She continued her dance education at Dean College and graduated with her BA in Dance in 2012. Since graduation Meg has danced in prestigious theaters such as the Ailey Theater, Jordan Hall, and the Paramount Theater. She was honored to be one of the only two female dancers ever to perform Pilobolus’s famous founding quartet Ocellus alongside fellow Urbanity Dancer Jamie Ballou. Throughout her six seasons with Urbanity, Meg has had the pleasure of working with many notable choreographers such as Betsi Graves, Marcus Schulkind, Jaclyn Walsh, Carl Flink, Jackie Nowicki and Andy Noble. She has also had the opportunity to present her own choreography, collaborating with such organizations as Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, Boston Children’s Choir and Emerson Dance Ensemble, and creating many works on Urbanity’s company dancers. Meg is honored to have many rolls within Urbanity including Artistic Associate, Director of the Junior Apprentice Program and Youth Companies, as well as Co-director of the Urbanity Dance Summer Intensive. 

 

Cayley Christoforou: Int/Adv Contemporary, Tuesdays 7:30-9pm

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Cayley Christoforou is a New England based artist who is currently the Artistic Operations Manager at Urbanity Dance in Boston, Mass. and has been an adjunct faculty member and choreographer for the Salve Regina University and Providence College dance programs. Her choreography has been presented at numerous festivals including the Boston Contemporary Dance Festival (2014, 2016, 2017), Salem Arts Festival (2018), and the Southern Vermont Dance Festival (2015).  Her choreography was selected as the faculty piece to represent Providence College at the American College Dance Association at Boston University. She was featured in the Dance Studio Life magazine contemporary and modern issue 2017. During her undergraduate experience at Salve Regina University, Cayley was an integral part of the dance program and upon graduation she was the recipient of the Salve Regina University Dance Award 2015.

 

Intermediate Contemporary Class

Genny Mudd: Intermediate Contemporary, Wednesdays 7:30-9pm

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Genny Mudd grew up dancing at The Gold School in Brockton, MA studying a range of styles and techniques. Genny continued to dance and began choreographing while attending Boston University. Since graduating from BU, Genny has been performing and choreographing with Urbanity Underground for 6 seasons. Currently, Genny teaches adult contemporary classes that explore jazz and modern influences. 

 

Intermediate Hip Hop Class

Stanislav Karachev: Int Hip Hop, Thursdays 7:30-9pm

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Stanislav Karachev has about 9 years of dance experience participating on teams such as StreetHYpE (current crew), VibeStyle, Dance2Save and Colleges of Fenway Dance program. Through classes, performances, competitions, sessions and battles, Stan constantly works on his proficiency in dance styles including hip hop, house, krump, locking, popping, dancehall and more. Stan believes that whether it's taking class or teaching, dance is an exchange of energy, culture and movement so have an open mind, feel the music and dance; just go for it and have fun. Check Stan out on YouTube and Instagram: @EskapadeLife.