Our mission at Dixon Dance Studio is to provide students with quality dance instruction while providing a fun, safe, and positive environment. At Dixon Dance Studio, we pride ourselves on being non-competitve. We believe there is a significant difference between professional dance training and competitive dance training. Our dancers are technically trained in all facets of dance and are unique in their own individual style. The training we provide at Dixon Dance Studio allows for endless possibilities in the professional world of dance.
Dixon Dance Studio opened it's doors in November of 2000. Amy and Staci Forrest began dancing at a very young age, training in all styles of dance. It was their Grandmas wish to see them share their love of dance with everyone, nothing made her more proud. With the help of their parents Gracion and Ava Forrest, their Grandmas dream came to life and Dixon Dance Studio was born.
We offer several genres of dance including Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Pointe, Hip Hop, Modern/Contemporary and Acro Jazz. Check out the schedule tab for more information. Our first class is always free and any Pre-Ballet class, Tap/Jazz Combo class or A level classes are our entry level classes. We continually assess our students and make sure they are in the most appropriate class for their age and skill level.
Performances are June 28-30, 2019
Early Bird Registration:
$80 Costume Fee per class
$55 Registration Fee per student
Registration Fee includes Participation Fee, Recital Link, Recital T-Shirt ($30 registration fee for each additional student in the same family, includes Participation Fee and Recital T-Shirt)
Deadline: February 14th
After February 14th:
$95 Costume Fee per class
$65 Registration Fee per student
Deadline: February 28th
This month, we are shining the spotlight on 15 year old Lisette Abundez! Lisette is a 10th grader at Dixon High School and her favorite thing about school is getting to see her friends!
Lisette has been dancing at Dixon Dance Studio since she was four years old. Lisette says she was so little when she first started dancing that she can’t remember, but “I’ve continued to do it because it makes me super happy and I always want to keep improving”. Her favorite dance memory is her first performance with the Dance Company at the National Day of Dance event.
When asked about her dance friends, Lisette said, “Breanne, Tori, Alyssa, Trinity, Morgan, Bella, Calista, and Justina. They’re always spreading positivity, encouraging me, and making me laugh!”
Lisette’s future goals are, “to attend UCLA and study business and marketing. I would also love to be on the UCLA Dance Team! My dream job is to own a dance company in Southern California and always continue to be happy.”
Ms. Staci says, “Lisette is a spark plug! Her kindness and energy is contagious. She is such a pleasure to have in class.”
Lisette’s advice for her fellow dancers? “Working hard, spreading positivity, being respectful to your instructors and peers, and doing what you truly love is the only way to grow as a dancer and as a person. Also, everything has its own timing so be patient and don’t get discouraged.
We could not agree with your advice more Lisette. Congratulations on being our spotlight dancer of the month!