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    Park Cities Dance / Dallas Conservatory, world-class arts training for all ages - Dallas, TX video


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    Men and women, boys and girls 18 mos-adult sing, dance, act and work out 7 days a week in a world-class arts environment voted BEST OF BIG D 2012.

    This "metropolitan studio complex" of 7 state-of-the-art dance and vocal studios was founded in 2008 by Broadway dancer/actress Jacqueline Porter to emulate the great studios of New York, LA and London.

    Dubbed a "A Little Bit of New York in Dallas" by everyone who sees it, the school invites inspiration in an airy, gorgeous environment for men and women, boys and girls of all ages to learn to SING+ACT for any genre (Stage, TV or Film) ... DANCE in any style (ballet, jazz, modern, contemporary, tap, musical theatre, hip hop, ballroom) ... and WORK OUT (Zumba, Pilates and our all-new BalletBarre!!)

    Modeled on the great schools of New York, LA and London, Park Cities Dance and its sister school, The Dallas Conservatory (for pre-professional performers aged 8-22, home to some of the country's best young talent) boast an unrivaled faculty under a single roof in DFW, with the area's top professionals in every discipline teaching 7 days a week, weekdays from 9 am to 9:30 pm.

    All classes are for Absolute Beginning to Professional. End-of-year performances are not required, though exciting performing opportunities abound for children year-round in dance, theatre, musical theatre and singing., Two professional dance companies are resident in the studios, and top Dallas Conservatory students win prestigious awards, honors and scholarships.

    Artistic Director Jacqueline Porter was awarded the prestigious "Youth America Grand Prix Outstanding Teacher 2013" by the famed international ballet competition. She remains the upper levels' primary teacher and rehearsal director. Students travel from more than an hour away daily, and four states during the summers to study with her and benefit from her unique, highly effective teaching style.