New York Dance is thrilled to bring the joy of the performing arts to Westchester County and our neighboring communities. Led by Artistic Director, Francesca DeAngelo, our motto of “creating dance excellence” guides our experienced and dedicated faculty in fun-loving, nurturing environments where students are encouraged to achieve their full potential. As a conservatory of the performing arts, New York Dance welcomes students at all levels, instilling correct technique and training, providing master classes with leading industry professionals, organizing field trips to world renown venues, and providing performance opportunities and exciting summer programs. We serve the best interest and passions of our dynamic students, whether it is specializing in classical ballet, preparing for a career in music theatre, or fun recreational activities.
Dance Team Boot Camp
Friday, Sept. 7th-9th
Saturday – September 15th – May 31st
Saturday, September 15th
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 @NewYorkDance
Recital Dress Rehearsals
Thursday, June 6th and Saturday, June 8th @Archbishop Stepinac HS Schedule TBA
Sunday, June 9th at 1:00 pm @Archbishop Stepinac HS
June 10th – 21st
June 25th – July 20th
NYD/HBT JUNE SEMI DANCE INTENSIVE
June 10th - 21st
HBT BALLET/Contemporary Intensive
August 19th- 23rd
August 26th-30th (Tentative dates)
Holiday Closings 2018-2019
Please note we do not follow every school districts schedule
September 19th – Wednesday
Oct. 8th Monday
Nov. 21st (Wed) – Nov. 25th (Sun)
Dec. 21st – Jan 4th (Classes resume on Monday, Jan 7th)
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Feb. 17th – 24th (Classes resume on the 25th)
Sunday, April 14th – Monday, April 22nd (Classes resume on Tuesday 23rd)
Memorial Day Weekend
May 24th (Fri.) – 27th (Mon,) (Classes resume on the 28th)
Call New York Dance at 914-835-5252 or call or text 914-552-0425 for updated information. Please note we do not always follow school closings.
Attendance and Punctuality
Students are encouraged to be punctual and regular in their attendance. Late arrivals of more than 15 minutes must observe the remainder of the class rather than participate so as to avoid injury and avoid disrupting the class in progress. Parents are also encouraged to play an active role in helping their student(s) achieve and maintain their interest in dance. Good attendance will help promote their personal growth and self-confidence in class. Arriving on time is important for all.
Class placement is based on age and ability that best serves the individual needs of each dancer. After observation, the faculty may advise an appropriate level different than that of a student’s age group.
New York Dance
46 Purdy Street
Harrison, New York, 10528
Disclaimer: Students understand and expressly assume all risks involved in connection with dance instruction, rehearsal and training at NYD, including but not limited to risk of bodily injury occurring as a result of contact with other students, instructors, walls, equipment, floors, structure poles, and other objects located in or near dance studios, or the Student’s physical condition or physical limitations. Student waives all claims arising out of dance instruction, rehearsal, training, and performances at NYD and/or other performance spaces, whether caused by the negligence breach of contract, or otherwise, and whether for bodily injury, property, damage or loss or otherwise, which student may have against NYD, its successors and assigns, and its officers, directors, shareholders, employees and agents, and their heirs, executors and administrators.