I remember when I started to dance … I was probably around 5 or so. My father’s friend’s daughter Sanae—who would became my teacher for 17 years—was looking for ballet students …
MoBu’s Exchange Program Featured in Dance Studio Life Magazine
Recently MoBu Dance Studio was featured in the dance magazine Dance Studio Life. It’s an insightful article about Eastern influences on dance and includes information about our International Exchange Program at MoBu Dance Studio.
Here’s an excerpt from the article by author Lisa Okuhn:
As Western dance forms took root in Japan, those forms mostly retained their Western flavor and traditions. But the crisscrossing of the arts across continents inevitably brings a commingling of cultures, so it’s hardly surprising that Japanese dancers and teachers in the United States bring a distinctively Japanese approach to their work. Several have founded dance schools that incorporate aspects of Japanese culture in various ways.
To read more check out the article.
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Upcoming Events at MoBu Dance Studio
Teen Camp 2017
Get back to shape for teens 7th grade and up (advanced beginner to intermediate level).
Contemporary Ballet, Hip Hop, and Improvisation / Choreography.
July 31 – August 4, 2017
Creative Dance Show
Kindergarten thru High School
April 23rd, 2017 4:00pm
at Balboa High School Auditorium
Children’s Summer Camp 2017
Every summer MoBu Dance Studio has Summer Camp for children k-5th grade. It’s a great way to keep them active and interacting with other children.
3 Weeks in June 2017!
DancEsteem 2017 Spring Show!
DancEsteem 20th anniversary Performance
May 6 & 7, 2017
at Fort Mason Cowell Theater