What Parents Say About Us
With a 25 year-old successful track record of turning out great dancers, The Hip Hop Kidz Dance program also boasts many other “parent appealing” benefits for children and teens. Parents know that the Hip Hop Kidz program builds resumes a mile long for their children, not just for the entertainment industry, but also for college. Our students develop a great sense of self confidence and self-esteem through the love and attention of our highly trained staff. Our teaching methods also include understanding facial expressions, the importance of strength, energy, and how to truly perform for a crowd. Even our youngest dancers are able to retain the choreographed dance steps through our one-of-a-kind break down technique, developed by our founder, Suzy Stone.
With our Parent visitation days, parents have a great opportunity to see their kids dance all year long, not just at the recital.
What Students Say About Us
When you come to Hip Hop Kidz, you not only join an exceptional dance program, you join a family. Our students love the fun and exciting atmosphere that Hip Hop Kidz provides. Our beginner through advanced classes are made up of students of all different shapes, sizes and ethnicities. These dancers have the wonderful opportunity to develop close and lasting friendships. The Hip Hop Kidz program does not allow bullying and encourages a warm and friendly classroom experience, teaching kids to work as a team. It is beautiful to observe the older students mentoring the younger ones, and the younger students looking up to the older dancers. Kids and Teens alike love the excitement of the Hip Hop Kidz program so much, that most of our dancers remain in the program for a period of 6 to 10 years.
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Our Hip Hop Kidz dancers are ambassadors for the Entertainment World. Possessing energy, stage presence and dynamic facial expressions, we are known for ensuring that our clients receive a performance they can count on. The Hip Hop Kidz Crews boast some of the fiercest dancers in the industry today. The Hip Hop Kidz dancers take crowds by storm, from the moment they step on to the stage. We have performed at such outstanding venues as the Miami Heat, Dolphins, and Marlins games, been featured in numerous commercials and movies, and made special appearances on the Today Show, Good Morning America, BET, VH1, Telemundo, and Univision. Our uniquely trained performers have appeared in music videos for artists such as Flo Rida, Daddy Yankee, 2 Live Crew, Britney Spears, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber and Ricky Martin, and they have rocked the house at many corporate events, parties, national conventions, and tours. Hip Hop Kidz creates some of the most energetic and emotionally entertaining dance numbers ever seen. Check out our Bio for a complete list of our incredible performances!
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Famous Hip Hop Kidz Alumni
Hip Hop Kidz has become the launching pad for many of our students’ successful careers. Numerous Hip Hop Kidz alumni have continued to work in the entertainment and dance industry in Miami, New York and Los Angeles long after they graduate from the Hip Hop Kidz program. The PR and marketing of our staff to get our dancers real exposure provides them with hundreds of opportunities to be in front of audiences all year long. Our dancers work with directors, casting agents, and producers who get to truly observe their talent along the way. The connections and experiences our students make, on the stages we provide, they carry with them throughout their careers. Some of our most famous Hip Hop Kidz Alumni include: Actress Zoe Kravitz (Divergent) Actor Channing Tatum (Movies: Step Up, Magic Mike) Brandon Bryant (First Runner Up So You Think You Can Dance, and principal dancer for Britney Spears) Johnny Erasme (principal dancer for Justin Bieber, Chris Brown) and Cassie Scerbo (Actress in Movies: Bring It On 4, In It To Win It and Sharknado 2 and 3) Brittny Sugarman (principal dancer Movies: Step Up 5, Step Up Revolution and Ghost Busters) Maria Quezada (Nickelodeon’s TV show “Talia In The Kitchen”)