Dance and Movement
These courses are a great way to stay physically fit and improve on coordination, balance and fluidity in movement.
We offer a range of Children and Adult programs from beginner to intermediate levels for those who want to refresh skills in dance and creative movement without committing to a full year program.
We also offer the opportunity to explore different types of dance and creative movement for children ages 6 months and up.
2018 Summer - Adults Classes, updated on April 25, 2018
2018 Summer - Dance Classes, updated on April 25, 2018
2018 Summer - Performing Arts Classes, updated on April 25, 2018
2018 Fall - Adults Classes, updated on July 12, 2018
2018 Fall - Dance Classes, updated on July 12, 2018
2018 Fall - Performing Arts Classes 2, updated on August 7, 2018
School Year Program
We offer ballet, jazz, musical theatre and tap for students ages 3 and up running from September to June. Not only is dance one of the most universal languages of artistic expression, it can also help you stay physically fit and mentally sharp. Course information is available in the spring.
The Ballet School Year Program is based on a hybrid of internationally recognized teaching systems. Progression through the program is achieved through mastery of movements and steps in the Richmond Arts Centre syllabus.
RAC - Welcome Back Newsletter 2017
RAC School Year Dress Code
2018 School Year Classes
Richmond Youth Dance Company
The Richmond Youth Dance Company (RYDC) performs throughout the year and presents a feature showcase in the spring. Company dancers attend multiple ballet classes each week and work with guest artists throughout the season. Admission into the company is by audition
Adult Dance Company
The Richmond Adult Dance Company (RDC) performs at community events throughout the year as well as participates in the year end recital at Gateway Theatre. Company members attend multiple ballet classes each week.
For detailed information on classes currently being offered please go to the Arts Centre section of the Parks, Recreation and Culture Guide.
To register for programs online, visit Program Registration.