Welcome to Kelly Konno Studio, open to kids & adults. KK Studio is an encouraging, nurturing, safe, supportive & loving place for you to train & unleash your inner artist. KK Studio is a place to let your imagination & creativity be free. It is a training ground for different forms of dance such as, ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, musical theatre, & contemporary.
KKS UPDATE… thank you for your patience & support! It’s been a roller coaster of a ride with many up’s & down’s, but we never lost hope & are now thrilled at the idea of safely opening our studio doors again soon.
Thanks to Phase II, we are in the planning stages of re-opening our studio with all Covid-19 safety precautions in place. When we return, we will have a reduced class schedule & limited amount of in-person students, along with the option of joining in via ZOOM as well. We want all students wishing to dance again to have the chance to & will do our best to accommodate our community.
TIMELINE (subject to change):
– Online ZOOM classes for L3, L4 & Adult Ballet Students taught by Ms.Tania Brossoit (Time/Date: TBA)
– Outdoor Dance/Workout (BDC) classes taught by Kelly Konno (Starting Mid June, Schedule: TBD)
– Pre-Registration will open for our newly designed 2020/21 Season (Mid June)
– In Studio Private/Semi-Private Lessons
– In Studio Small Group Classes & Live Streamed for those wishing to remain at home (Schedule: TBD)
– Outdoor Dance/Workout (BDC) classes taught by Kelly Konno (Schedule: TBD)
– 2020/21 Season Starts (Schedule: TBD)
– In Person & Live Streamed Group Classes will continue
2019/20 KKS Families: A separate email will be sent to all of you this week with more info on our 2019/20 Season.
KKS & BDC Students will be notified via email when more information becomes available & registration opens for any classes that are being offered.
To be added to our Email List email: email@example.com
Looking forward to dancing with you again soon! I’ve missed you all so very much. Take care until then…
Below is a beautiful illustration created by KKS student Wylie Stiver.