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Develop a "dancer's physique!

"踊れる身体"伝えます!

Careful instruction from teachers with proven skill.
Lesson content that focuses on the importance of basic training.
Develop a “dancer's physique” that will allow you to dance many different genres.
Develop a physique that will allow you to continue to enjoy dancing without injury.

From Dance “MOVE”!!, reaching out to the world

Miki Komori

Director Miki Komori was one of the first Japanese contestants to win the Grand Champion title on the very popular US TV dance program "Star Search '89".
Lessons are given by instructors with rich experience in teaching and performing abroad. Our instructors also include one who has followed up his training at Dance "MOVE" by traveling to New York and is now part of the elite Ailey II company of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater! Get the latest news and views from NY!

Awards and Prizes

'09

20th Jazz Dance Art Association of Japan Dance Competition

Grand Prix winner: Yusaku Komori/ choreography by Yusaku Komori, at Setagaya Community Hall

'06

NEXTREAM Dance Contest 

Top Award for Excellence: Team MOVE, Open division, at Rikkoukai Hall

Dance Project Stage 2006 Dance Contest 

Top Award for Excellence: Team MOVE, at Parthenon Tama

'04

15th Jazz Dance Art Association of Japan Dance Competition 

Company2nd prize: Company student / choreography by Miki Komori, at Setagaya Community Hall

'02

Nakano Dance Association All-Japan Dance Competition

Special Award: Company / choreography by Miki Komori, at Nakano ZERO Hall

 

NEXTREAM21 Dance Competition 

Award for Excellence: Company / choreography by Miki Komori, at Rikkoukai Hall

 

13th Jazz Dance Art Association of Japan Dance Competition

4th prize: Company / choreography by Miki Komori, at Setagaya Community Hall

 

13th Jazz Dance Art Association of Japan Dance Competition

6th prize: Juniors / choreography by MIKACO, at Setagaya Community Hall

'01

12th Jazz Dance Art Association of Japan Dance Competition 

3rd prize: Miki Komori / choreography by Jorge Vazquez, at Setagaya Community Hall

 

12th Jazz Dance Art Association of Japan Dance Competition 

5th prize: Company / choreography by Miki Komori, at Setagaya Community Hall

Dance and child development

Dance and child development
Lesson content is planned to match the level of development of each individual student. When children have an understanding of the importance of basic training, they will be able to develop a dancer's physique that will allow them to dance in different genres when they are older.
Not only do the children's dance skills improve, but by participating in lessons and performances, they develop concentration skills, learn about the importance of cooperation and the pleasure of working hard towards a goal, and develop the ability to overcome obstacles.
No lesson or performance can succeed without cooperation. Children learn and develop this naturally through exposure to a variety of situations.

The studio has a bright and informal atmosphere!

The studio has a bright and informal atmosphere!

Lessons take place in a brightly lit studio with big windows. The atmosphere is very friendly and relaxed, making beginners feel right at home.
Lessons are mainly in small groups, ideal for beginners who want to thoroughly master the basics at a relaxed pace, as well as for students who want to develop their skills to an advanced level.
There are also many fun events, such as Hallowe'en and Christmas parties! There are lots of opportunities for communication among students and instructors, which makes learning an enjoyable experience.

 Annual Students' Performance

年1回のStudent's Performance

The Dance MOVE Students' Performance is held once a year.
This exciting event features adults and children dancing in scripted works as well as pieces individually choreographed by each instructor.
At Dance MOVE, we teach the importance of practicing seriously to dance for an audience. And it's not just about dancing the steps they have memorized. Our students learn how wonderful it is to stand on a stage, after having practiced a piece over a long period of time in order to find their own, deeper expression.

 

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