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Roseville School of Dance
2013 Recital
Roseville School of Dance offers Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Lyrical, Modern and Hip Hop classes to dancers ages 3 to adult.

The Roseville School of Dance is a progression based program. We start children at a young age introducing the very basics of dance while instilling in them the motivation to be the best they can be. Each class meets special requirements based on the age and level of the individual child. It is very important that each child follow the ladder due to the mastering of specific dance skills in each class.

Our instructors are highly trained and have been involved with The Roseville School of Dance for many years. Their goal is to teach self esteem and promote teamwork through learning the fundamentals of dance; allowing each student to experience their own successes.

Our Mission
Offer high quality dance instruction in a safe and fun environment, while teaching respect for ourselves and others as we work together as a team to accomplish a common goal.

Our Goal
To help students find a passion for dance and the fine arts. 
 

Roseville School of Dance
Contact Information
Dance Hotline: 651-792-7414 ext. 4
General Inquiries: 651-792-7006
Phone Registration: 651-792-7110 

Roseville School of Dance Coordinator:
Laura Linder

Email:  

Recreation Program Supervisor: Lauren Deal

Email:

Ways to Register
Register online

In person or by mail:
Roseville Parks and Recreation
2660 Civic Center Dr.
Roseville, MN 55113

Fax: 651-792-7100
Phone: 651-792-7110
 

Helpful Information for New Families
Roseville School of Dance
  1. Tap, Jazz, Ballet shoes can be purchased in child sizes at Payless shoes, or Wal-Mart.
  2. Teen and Adult shoes can be purchased at www.discountdancesupply.com or at Grand Jete on Grand Ave in St Paul.
  3. We do a shoe order the first week of classes for all shoe styles and sizes.
  4. All students should wear clothes that allow them to move freely. Your instructor must be able to see your arms and feet. PLEASE NO JEANS! Everyone is encouraged to wear leotards and tights, however, it is not required.
  5. Please arrive a few minutes early to allow for attendance, putting on shoes, and stretching.
  6. When dropping off and picking up your student, please make sure you walk with your child all the way into the studio. Please symbolize pick up with your instructor with a hello or a wave/eye contact.

Meet the Staff
Laura Linder

Laura Linder (Program Coordinator) - Thursdays, Mondays
Laura has been teaching dance at Roseville since 2002. She taught Mondays for four years and moved to Thursday nights in the fall of 2006. Laura has been dancing since the age of 5 at various studios around the Twin Cities, including 3 years of competitive dancing. She has always dreamed of being a dance instructor and feels blessed to be a part of this program. In additions to her Thursday night classes, Laura will also be taking on the Monday classes this year. And she is very excited about it! Laura strives to run her classes in a stress free manner. She hopes that her students leave her class with a smile on their face; knowing they have had fun, learned some amazing dance routines and made lifelong friends.


Kristine Vail
Kristine Vail - Tuesdays
Kristine teaches all the advanced classes on Tuesday nights. Kristine has been teaching dance at Roseville since 1999. She has had a long and impressive dance career. She started dancing when she was 2 and a half years old, danced with the Roseville Program for the first 8 years, then moved on to dance competitively for 6 years, and danced with the Pittsburg Youth Ballet Company. She believes that it is not only important to learn to love dance, but also to be proud of what you learn so you are more confident and proud of who you are.

Brianna Andrighetti
Brianna Andrighetti - Saturdays & Hip Hop
Bri has been teaching the Saturday morning classes since 2002. Bri started her dance career with the Roseville program and assisted in a variety of classes for four years. Bri has a teaching degree, and her knowledge and patience is demonstrated in her care and attention paid to the young dancers in her classes. Bri looks to instill love of dance in her young students and hopes to show them how wonderful it can be in terms of fun, fitness and expression

Allison
Allison Davitt - Mondays (Preschool) and Modern
Allison has had the passion to dance all her life. She studied ballet, jazz, tap, modern, musical theater, lyrical, and point for six years at Midwest Youth Dance Theater. At the University Of Wisconsin River Falls, she was a member of the Dance Theatre Company giving her the opportunity to dance in Japan, perform for the UW board of regents, and attend three years of the American College Dance Festival. Allison is so excited to have her own night of teaching with the Roseville School of Dance! It is her goal to create a studio classroom that is open to growth through movement, friendship, and fun. She intends to kindle and spread the fun, energy and enjoyment of dance within all her student!

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