Dr. Phillips Center Florida Hospital School Of Arts & Wellness Hosts Free Fall Class Preview
July 21, 2015– Orlando, FL – Dr. Phillips Center Florida Hospital School of Arts & Wellness will host a preview of its Fall Semester with a Free Fall Class Preview for all ages on Saturday, August 1, 2015 at 10am. Those interested in the free class can sign up by emailing email@example.com or calling 407-455-5551. Participants of all ages can experience a variety of classes, including acting, voice, dance and Yamaha piano for free. Doors open at 10am at the School of Arts & Wellness entrance at 155 East Anderson Street, Orlando, FL. Students should wear comfortable clothes and be ready to participate. Free classes run for 30 minutes.
Details: Free Fall Class Preview for all ages on August 1, 2015.
Click here to sign up or call us at 407-455-5551 for questions.
Doors open at 10am at the School of Arts & Wellness entrance at 155 East Anderson Street, Orlando, FL.
Free Fall Class Preview Schedule:
|10:00am – 10:30am|
|10:30am – 11:00am|
|11:00am – 11:30am|
|11:30am – 12:00pm|
Fall Semester Registration is available now by calling 407-455-5551 or online at drphillipscenter.org/classes or in person by visiting the Dr. Phillips Center at 155 East Anderson Street 2nd floor Monday – Friday from 2pm – 6pm.
“Our fall semester has a class for everyone from Hip Hop to Voice to Yoga/Pilates, Acting, Piano, Creative Movement, Guitar, Improvisation, Musical Theater and our new offering of an acting class for those on the Autism Spectrum called Sensory Friendly Theater,” says Dana Brazil, director of education.
Brazil is the recipient of the 2015 award for Outstanding Achievement in Education and Engagement by the Broadway League for her initiatives at the Dr. Phillips Center Florida Hospital School of Arts & Wellness.
“The vision of a center for excellence in performing arts and wellness education that serves a diverse community for everyone from 3 to 103 is realized through the variety of classes offered, our incredible faculty, and our amazing students,” said Kathy Ramsberger, president & CEO of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
Classes for the fall include:
Dance -- Jazz I, Jazz II, Tap I, Tap II, Hip-Hop I, Hip-Hop II, African Dance Contemporary Modern, and Creative
Movement for young dancers
Wellness -- Pilates/Yoga Mat Class, Zumba
Instrumental Music -- Rock Band, Bass Guitar, Guitar I & II, Cello, Clarinet, Saxophone, Violin, Ukulele, Jazz Ensemble, African Drumming
Vocal Music -- Vocal Performance I & II, Advanced Vocal Performance & Classical Voice
Theater -- Creative Drama, Improvisation, Acting I/II/III, Sensory Friendly Theater Performance, Musical Theater Performance, Magic with renowned magician Kostya Kimlat