Seasonal Sessions

Adult Fall Session will take place September 16–November 25. A culminating showcase will take place on Friday, November 22. Read below for this fall’s course offerings and other important information.

Try out some new styles for free at the Adult September Sampler! Friday, September 6. Learn more here.

What Level Am I?

Beginner: Beginner courses are for those dancers that have some to little relevant dance experience.

Beginner/Intermediate: Beginner/Intermediate level courses are for those dancers that have had at least one full year of relevant dance experience.

Intermediate: Intermediate level courses are for those dancers that have had substantial relevant dance experience and training (3-4 years preferred). This level is perfect for those that may had trained heavily in dance in the past and want to return to dance.

Open Level: Open Level courses are for dancers of ALL levels and backgrounds - from beginner to advanced.

For advanced dancers, feel free to check out our drop in classes!

To learn more about our faculty, click here!

Questions about registration? Email studio@urbanitydance.org

All classes in the Adult Fall Session are $235 for 10 weeks.


Hip Hop

Classes are technique and performance focused and are meant for dancers who want to gain skills and expand knowledge of hip hop. Classes begin with grooves, isolations and the basics of hip hop fundamentals: popping, locking, waving and break dancing. Dancers also work on cardio, strength and flexibility training.

Tuesdays

Beginner Hip Hop w/ Juanita Pearl

Tuesdays | 6:30–7:45 p.m.

Urbanity Central (725 Harrison Ave.)


Beg./Int. Hip Hop w/ Juanita Pearl

Tuesdays | 7:45–9:00 p.m.

Urbanity Central (725 Harrison Ave.)

 

Wednesdays

Beginner Hip Hop w/ Angelica Rodrigues

Wednesdays | 6:30–7:45 p.m.

Urbanity Central (725 Harrison Ave.)


Intermediate Hip Hop w/ Angelica

Wednesdays | 7:45–9:00 p.m.

Urbanity Central (725 Harrison Ave.)

 

Thursdays

Beginner Hip Hop w/ Angelica Rodrigues

Thursdays | 6:30–7:45 p.m.

Urbanity Central (725 Harrison Ave.)


Beg./Int. Hip Hop w/ Angelica Rodrigues

Thursdays |7:45–9:00 p.m.

Urbanity Central (725 Harrison Ave.)

Fridays

Beg./Int. Hip Hop w/ Maria Walter

Fridays |6:30–7:45

Urbanity Headquarters (1180 Washington St.)

Sundays

Prizmatic Hip Hop Crew w/ J’Quan Oliver

Sundays | 5:30–8:30 p.m.

Urbanity Headquarters (1180 Washington St.)

Urbanity Dance is proud to offer one of the only beginner/intermediate adult hip hop crews in Boston! This program is for our hip hop dancers who are looking to take their dancing to the next level and perform outside the Urbanity Community. In addition to the adult showcase, Prizmatic dancers will participate in one outside performance and gain exposure to the larger hip hop scene in Boston. Hip hop crew differs from our hip hop classes. In crew, dancers work strictly on choreography—we do not practice hip hop fundamentals and technique during rehearsals.

For those interested in Prizmatic, you are invited to participate in our free Trial/Placement Class on Sunday, September 8. Click here to RSVP!


Contemporary

Classes are both contemporary technique and performance focused. Classes incorporate yoga, cardio, strength training, and elements of ballet, modern, jazz, and improv dance techniques. Classes include a full body warm up to build strength and flexibility, then progress to exploring larger movement sequences travelling through space

Tuesdays

Beginner Contemporary w/ Colleen Roddy

Tuesday | 7:30–8:45 p.m.

Balance at Urbanity Dance (111 W. Concord St.)

Wednesdays

Beginner Contemporary w/ Flora Kim

Wednesday | 6:45–8:00 p.m.

Urbanity Headquarters (1180 Washington St.)



Beg./Int. Contemporary w/ Genny Mudd

Wednesday | 7:30–8:45 p.m.

Balance at Urbanity Dance (111 W. Concord St.)



Beg./Int. Contemporary w/ Flora Kim

Wednesday | 8:00–9:15 p.m.

Urbanity Headquarters (1180 Washington St.)


Free Flow Ballet with Flora Kim

Considered the foundational technique of all western performance dances, such as modern, jazz, and contemporary, ballet is one of the most iconic dance styles in the world. With it's emphasis on placement, carriage of the body, alignment, grace, suppleness, precision, and dexterity, ballet is the perfect class for a wide range of adult students looking to improve their coordination and flexibility. Urbanity's Free Flow class is unique in providing the best of a traditional ballet class with fun and engaging twists, such as free-standing warm ups (known as center barre) and an emphasis on expression and creativity.

Mondays | 7:45–9:00 p.m.

Urbanity Central (725 Harrison Ave.)


Jazz Funk with Juanita Pearl

Jazz funk is a cultural melting pot of everything from classical ballet to hip hop, where we combine a variety of old school moves and even some elements of Beyoncé's stage routines. When you combine them all, you have the fun and flashy jazz funk style, ready for you to master the moves and add your own personal touch! We warm up with stretches and cardio. Then we break down the foundation of the movement before we get into the choreography. All levels are welcome!

Mondays | 6:30–7:45 p.m.

Urbanity Central (725 Harrison Ave.)


Open Level Heels with Angelica Rodrigues

A high energy, action-packed dance class performed in high heels. Heels will incorporate genres of hip hop, jazz, and ballroom. This class can be participated in with or without heels–all gender identities are invited to take class!

Fridays | 7:30–8:45 p.m.

Balance at Urbanity Dance (111 W. Concord St.)


Brazilian Zouk with Jose Cuadra

Brazilian Zouk is a partner dance originating from Brazil. The dance is a descendant of lambada, the music & dance style that swept over the world like a storm in the late 1980's. Brazilian Zouk is characterized by the dancers’ undulating bodies and the girls' flowing hair. Depending on the style of Brazilian Zouk, you can see a close connection embrace and long graceful steps, strong hip movements, body isolations and upper-body torsions, wild spins and whip-like head movements. While the dance is often called sensual, it is not sexual or erotic. It is danced by people of all ages in night clubs, dance schools and events around the world!

Mondays | 7:30–8:45 p.m.

Balance at Urbanity Dance (111 W. Concord St.)

Zouk is run in two separate five-week sessions (Zouk I & Zouk II). These half-sessions are $115.