BDC offers pre-technique, ballet, modern, jazz, tap and composition classes for students Ages 3-18.
Join us for our ongoing Adult Classes - Pilates, Ballet, Modern, Aerial and Tap.
Dance With Me is a creative movement class for children Age 4 and under accompanied by an adult.
Move With My Baby guides parents and their babies through the joy of moving by bringing together music, creative movement and community. (Starts in September!)
BDC is excited to partner with Seattle Theater Group to provide BDC families with discount tickets to STG dance performances of Savion Glover, Batsheva & Kyle Abraham with a BDC promo code.
MEET OUR NEW BDC FACULTY:
modern, jazz & contemporary
Daniel Costa, originally from New Jersey, moved to Seattle, Washington in 2015. Costa is a choreographer, performer and educator who directs and performs for his company, Daniel Costa Dance (DCD). Costa's choreography has received numerous awards, grants, residencies and commissions. As a performer, Costa has worked with Chamber Dance Company, Madboots Dance, Stephanie Liapis, The Three Yells, Wade Madsen, Cherdonna Shinatra, and has performed works by Crystal Pite, Kate Weare, Shen Wei, Larry Keigwin, and Manuel Vignoulle, among others. Costa holds a BFA in dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.
Danielle Zack is the Pilates Director at the Seattle Athletic Club and has been teaching Pilates since 1999. Prior to becoming a Pilates Instructor, Danielle received her B.F.A. in Dance from Stephens College in Columbia, MO in 1998. She studied anatomy and kinesiology, along with ballet, modern dance, African, Flamenco, East Indian, Tap, and Jazz. After the whirlwind of this intensive three-year accelerated program, Danielle realized that her body had survived without any injuries, despite the demanding physical challenges. In fact, she was enjoying the strength and flexibility and long, lean muscles and attributed it to the daily Pilates classes. Inspired by her love of dance, Danielle brings energy and artistry to her hands-on style of teaching. She studied with brilliant teachers around the country, from Janice Dulak in Columbia, to Juanita Lopez in the windy city, and finally Lori Coleman-Brown from Seattle. She is eternally grateful for her primary Pilates education with the first generation teacher Romana Kryzanowska and her daughter, Sari Mejia Santos.
ballet & repertory
Kim Lusk (BDC Alum!) is descended from a hearty line of cowboys, homesteaders, and mountaineers. A performer and choreographer based in Seattle, her choreography has been presented at On the Boards' Northwest New Works Festival, Velocity Dance Center, Bumbershoot, Vashon Center for the Arts, Trigger. New Dance Happenings., and Seattle International Dance Festival. Kim has performed with zoe|juniper, and serves as Rehearsal Director + Choreographic Assistant to the company setting zoe|juniper's work around the country. She currently performs with Peggy Piacenza and Britta Joy Peterson. She holds a degree in dance from Connecticut College.
Kofi began his dance education at the age of six in his home city of London, studying ballet and tap dancing. After moving to Seattle, he continued studying ballet from 2011 until 2014 at the International Ballet Theatre. Since the age of sixteen, he has been training under tap choreographer Josh Scribner. In 2016 he became a full member of Scribner’s Alchemy Tap Project, and has been featured in two dances that have been released online in video form: “Stick To It” and “The Muse’s Dream.” In addition to an annual company show every summer, The Alchemy Tap Project performs at venues all around the Seattle area including Benaroya Hall, the Seattle Art Museum, the Can Can, Folklife Festival.
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Bainbridge Dance Center
Mail: PO Box 10338
Location: 844 Madison Avenue North
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Call: (206) 842-1497