Tag: dance studio

5 Ways Dance Studio Clients Have Changed Since COVID

Since the pandemic emerged, your customers have had to adapt over and over again. Here’s what to know about how they’ve changed—and how to meet their new needs. The pandemic has had an outsized impact on dance and business. Through lockdowns, cancellations, vaccinations and transformations, everyone in the dance industry has been affected—including your customers.  […]

How Three Studios Pulled Off Their Virtual Recitals

Year-end recitals are an important milestone for dancers to demonstrate what they’ve learned throughout the year. Not to mention the revenue boost they bring—often 15 to 20 percent of a studio’s yearly budget. But how do you hold a spring recital when you’re not able to rehearse in person, much less gather en masse at […]

So You Just Started a Dance Studio—Here Are Some Ideas for How to Get the Word Out

You’ve got the teaching talent, the years of experience, the space and the passion—now all you need are some students! Here are six ideas for getting the word out about your fabulous, up-and-coming program! We simply can’t wait to see all the talent you produce with it! 1. Post on your personal social-media accounts Whether […]

4 Ways to Incorporate Improvisation Into Your Dance Classes

Ellen Robbins’ modern dance classes for kids and teens are legendary in New York City. Robbins, who has been teaching kids how to dance since the 1970s (and whose pupils included the actresses Claire Danes and Julia Stiles), takes the standard recital model and turns it on its head. Her students—ranging in age from 8 […]

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