Our Clarence facility has five large dance rooms, equipped with fully mirrored walls, air cushioned floors, and professional sound systems. We have ample restrooms, dressing rooms, large reception areas, wi-fi, air conditioning and a well-lit parking lot.
"Dance", the most physically and mentally demanding subject within the performing arts, is the main theme of our Studio. We aim to instill in our students dance technique and style, the physical training necessary for body development, a feeling for movement, music appreciation and a greater sense of self-confidence.
It all starts at David DeMarie whether students sing and dance as tots on stage for the first time, bop to the pulse of MTV tunes in a hip-hop class, feel the grace of a ballet class, or experience the excitement of competition.
It is our belief, that when our students leave the studio they will have developed a stronger character, greater self-confidence, and a better appreciation and respect for the arts.
Many parents have told us that because of the training and discipline their children receive at our studio, they improve their time management skills and have improved their grades in school. Besides learning how to dance, our students develop friendships that will last a lifetime.
The faculty at the studio are all adults, most of which are also parents themselves. This insures our clients that their children will experience a loving, caring teaching approach. Along with the instructor, all of our classes have assistant teachers who help in class and provide makeup lessons to students when they need to miss a class.
We invite you to come and view our facilities, watch the dvd of this season's past recital "Fascinatin' Rhythm". Please see our registration section to view the days and times we are open to meet with you.
Taking great pride in the progress of our students we set out to achieve the total experience of dance by presenting our students in one of Western New York's most exciting annual reviews. The year's work is brought to a climax as students feel the magical thrill and glow of dance "framed in the proscenium". Our review will be held at the Mainstage Theatre of the University of Buffalo Center For the Arts in the beginning of June. The performance features assigned seating, and the best in scenic, lighting and sound design.