The Recital 2019 will take place on Friday, Saturday & Sunday, May 31, June 1 & 2,  at The Bell Centre for the Performing Arts.

Show Lists – Listed below
Show 1 May 31 6pm
Show 2 June 1 1pm
Show 3 June 1 6pm
Show 4 June 2 530pm

Technical rehearsals – New this year, we will be holding our tech rehearsal during regular class time.

Dress rehearsals  (Monday, May 20 plus Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday May 27 – 29) will be held at the Bell Centre for the Performing Arts. Please note, that there are NO regularly scheduled classes during dress rehearsal days. Students will be dressed in their respective costumes with hair and makeup done.

Dress Rehearsal Listing (See links below)

Dress May 20
Dress May 27
Dress May 28
Dress May 29

Please arrive at dress 10 minutes before your scheduled time. For the recital, students should arrive 30 minutes prior to show time, with the costume on and hair and makeup done.

Please Note: If a student is absent for more than 3 classes during the months of April and May, participation in the Recital will be at the teacher's discretion.

We have gathered a list of the most frequently requested information in the following pages. If there are any questions that are not answered in the pages below please do not hesitate to contact the studio.

The recital is a fun experience that creates lifetime memories for everyone involved. It allows dancers to fully experience a performing art and the unique feeling of being on a stage.

Parents can always expect age-appropriate movement and costumes.

Preparing for a recital is a way for dancers to work on memorization skills, rhythm, technique, teamwork, and much more… they LOVE having something to be proud of and it shows! It gives dancers the opportunity to perform in front of an audience that will boost self-confidence in everything they do
Family and friends get to see what their dancers have learned in dance class.Athletes have games, dancers have a recital. This is what we practice for all year long!

Athletes have games, dancers have a recital. This is what we practice for all year long! Recitals instill a passion for the arts in children’s lives & opens children’s minds and hearts to a life on-stage or in the arts.

It costs thousands of dollars to produce the recital. Here is just a quick list of just some of the major expenses the ticket prices cover: theatre rental, lighting rental, small gym rental, theatre crew members for five 8 hour days, plus overtime on show day 1, janitorial staff, professional keepsake program for each audience member, insurance, props, etc. to name few.

We loved, loved, loved the performance this weekend! Thanks so much for all your hard work. We have been so pleased with every aspect of our experience at your studio. Thank you for a great year.

Laurie S.

I am in awe of what this dance school provides for their students…fun, skills, technique, passion, love! My daughter has only been in jazz for two years, but I sat there tonight at British Mania at the Bell Centre with tears in my eyes watching her perform! Thank you, Miss Stacey! It was heartwarming to see Miss Lisa bid a fond farewell to her graduates and for the kind words she had for the instructors. Panorama Dance is truly all about family! Thank you!