Hip Hop and Street Dance Classes in Dubai and Abu Dhabi
Term 1 of Hip Hop and Street dance classes for kids starts this September! Stay tuned for dates and locations to be announced.
Dance classes are suitable for ages 7 - 14 and are 750AED for the 10 week term. To register your child for a trial, please contact us with details of your child and which class you would like to attend. 5 class passes are available upon request.
Private tutoring and children's dance parties are also available upon request. Please call or email for more information.
Call: +971527793793 Email: email@example.com
About Nader's Dance Academy
Nader's dance academy give dancers the opportunity to train like they would in London or Los Angeles, to routines built for developing creativity, technical ability, strength, stage presence and team work. His most recent success story is taking the only UAE street dance troupe, Adrenaline to their first ever competition (UDO Worlds 2016), which saw them impressively take 7th place out of 38 countries.
With his steadfast belief in developing dancers to achieve their careers quickly and effectively, Nader has successfully enrolled over 2,000 students around the world, from tots to adults. Designed for all ages and abilities, his workshops and masterclasses are made to train students in a fun and engaging environment, setting high standards and performance ability for a future career performing in competitions, on concert stages or TV.
Nader is an internationally qualified teacher based in Dubai. He has taught at world famous dance studios such as Pineapple London, Millennium Dance Complex LA, Debbie Reynolds Studio LA, Drive Dance Project Russia and United Dance Organisation (globally). He is also a regular judge for the UDO Regional and World Championship competitions, as well as a UDO syllabus educator for children and future teachers.
Review from Catrin Shi - "All in all the routine was the most demanding of the three classes, but the most satisfying to complete. The end result was a piece which seemed effortless and was visually exciting for the audience, ensured by the variety of levels, angles and types of transition – ranging from smooth, gliding gestures to explosive isolations."