Incline Village rec center to offer dance, vocal classes this fall
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — This fall, the Incline Village Recreation Center is offering ongoing dance and vocal classes for Kindergarten through high school students. Dance will be taught by dance artist Brittnee Bramy, and voice will be taught by music instructor Brad Perry.
Each class is age appropriate, with a curriculum designed specifically for toddler to Pre-K and grades K-5, 6-8 and 9-12. Classes are intended to encourage self-expression, creativity and a love of the arts.
The sessions take place in the Incline Village Recreation Center Group Fitness Room at 980 Incline Way, with dance on Friday evenings and voice mid-morning on Tuesdays and Sunday afternoons.
The programs’ schedules follow the Washoe County School District/Incline Village School schedule, and a performance will take place at the end of each session.
To reserve your spot and learn more about these or other Incline Village Recreation Center Programs, visit the Incline Village Recreation Center Counter, visit inclinerecreation.com or call 775-832-1310.
About the Instructors
Bramy is a graduate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance Production and Stage Management. Brittnee has performed with The Oakland Ballet, Western Festival Ballet, Jill Mattson Ballet, Paul Taylor Intensive and State Street Ballet summer dance.
She has performed in many dance styles including: Ballet, Modern, Jazz, African, Brazilian, Lyrical and Belly Dance. Brittnee loves to work with children, and continues to grow and learn with dance.
Brad Perry is a Lyric Tenor with the Toccata -Tahoe Symphony Orchestra, a Voice/Piano/Guitar Teacher with the Tahoe Truckee School of Music, a member of the Tahoe Music Professionals and a Board Member of Cymbal.
Brad’s résumé includes Executive Director of the Coeur d’Alene Music festival, Music Director for the Spokane Children’s Theater, Spokane Civic Theater, Modern Theater, Lake City Playhouse and Coeur d’Alene High School’s Drama Productions, directing over 200 productions. Brad founded Acapella Choirs at both Coeur d’Alene and Lake City High Schools and has 15 years of teaching experience.
This article was provided by the Incline Village General Improvement District. Visit ivgid.org to learn more.
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