RECITALS CREATE MEMORIES
The recital is known for creating special memories—both for the dancer and for his or her family and friends. Costumes become treasured keepsakes, photos become sentimental scrapbook centerpieces, and DVDs often become your household’s most-watched entertainment!
Performing onstage is an incredible opportunity for dancers to share what they have been learning in class, and to showcase their progress from the beginning of the year to the end. Learning how to dance is a gradual process, and some skills take years to fully master—but however big or small the steps are, it is a major accomplishment for anyone to perform in front of hundreds of people! All the hard work is worthwhile when a dancer experiences the high fives and smiles and congratulations that the recital brings from family and friends.
Whether it’s a young dancer overcoming stage fright or a teen dancer performing at the end of her senior year, recital achievements are incredibly special to celebrate. Lifelong memories are made from those achievements—and for many dancers, a true passion for dance is ignited!
Check out a final recital message from Mr. Bender.