Shake the Ground Competition

Congratulations to all of the dancers who participated in the Shake the Ground Competition in Ft. Lauderdale! Everyone did an outstanding job representing their school and demonstrating the utmost professionalism and artistry in their dancing. AWARDS: JUNIOR & SENIOR GROUPS Westminster Waltz – High Gold, 3rd Place Overall Hard Knock Life – High Gold, 6th Place Overall Veruca’s Nutcracker Suite – Gold Where the Sidewalk Ends – Platinum, 6th Place Overall Furry Lized – Platinum, 9th Place Overall Argy Bargy – High Gold Never Enough – High Gold America – High Gold Newsies – High Gold A Chorus Line –…

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Martial Arts Demonstration

The Martial Arts Demonstration is open to the families of currently registered martial arts students. Thursday, May 11, 2023 Schedule: Martial Arts I – 2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.Martial Arts II – 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.Martial Arts III – 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

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K3 – 1st Grade Dance Open Classes

Parents of students in K3 through 1st Grade are invited to attend their children’s ballet and Spanish dance classes for an End-of-Year Open Class the week of May 8th.  These open classes are in lieu of the originally scheduled performance class on Saturday, May 13th. We will send detailed information, including arrival times, the week before. Schedule: Tuesday, May 9thPink Ballet I (K4) – 2:15 – 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 10thJerez Spanish Dance II (K4)– 2:00 – 2:30 p.m.Jerez Spanish Dance I (K3) – 2:30 – 3:00 p.m.Cantabria Spanish Dance (1st Grade) – 3:00 – 3:45 p.m.Light Blue Ballet…

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Dance Juries

Dance juries are for dance students in second grade and above across all areas of dance. The dance juries determine dance students’ progress in his or her respective discipline over the course of the Conservatory year. At the end of the school year, dance students are evaluated by a panel consisting of, but not limited to their teacher, Head of the Department, and the Conservatory Director. This process is very important in evaluating the student’s growth, level of commitment, and goals. The panel’s grade for the student’s performance on the day of the evaluation is only a part of…

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Conchita Legacy Concert

As part of our 90th Anniversary celebrations, the Conservatory Music Department presented the Conchita Legacy Concert. The Legacy Concert featured our Conservatory music faculty, as well as select Conservatory music students. Our community is blessed to count on incredibly talented and celebrated artists as part of our faculty. Not only was the Legacy Concert an opportunity for our students to experience a beautiful music concert, but it acquired new meaning for students to have the ability to see their teachers perform onstage.

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Spanish Dance Department at Jornadas Español Excelente

The Spanish dance department was honored to open the Jornadas Español Excelente Conference for Spanish language educators presented by Universidad de Salamanca and Edinumen at Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart. The conference brought together global leaders in Spanish education, including the Consejería de Educación de España, AATSP, Center for Applied Linguistics, and the Miami Trade Commission. The performance, featuring upper and high school Spanish dancers, included classical Spanish dance and flamenco, demonstrating how Spanish education is not limited to the traditional classroom, but that language and culture can be transmitted at a high level and integrated in many…

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For 87 years, Conchita Espinosa Conservatory of the Arts (CEC) has maintained their commitment to the development of young artists. CEC offers students exceptional technical and artistic training within a nurturing environment that allows them to develop into human beings with a deep understanding, appreciation, and respect for the Arts. Enrollment is open to the community and not limited to students from the Academy. Classes are also available for professionals and adults.