At The Gold School our mission is to provide a safe and encouraging environment for girls and boys to explore their creativity through dance.
Our staff of esteemed professional dancers offers exceptional dance instruction for children and young adults in ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, classical and modern dance.
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BROCKTON – The first years of his life were not easy, but young dancer Tyeri Morrison pulled himself up to join the ranks of actresses Viola Davis, singer Josh Groban, and ‘Orange is the New Black’ creator Jenji Kohan.
A picture is worth a thousand words! Watch the above video to see why kids of all ages love The Gold School.
Here’s to another 54 years of Happy Kids!
Keep smiling and keep on dancing!
To all our dancers and families in Project Moves, thank you for an incredible year!
To all the teachers and choreographers Denise Cecere, Jennifer DeMattia Conidi, Kellie Grant McGrath, Katie Kozul, Nailah Randall-Bellinger, Rennie Gold, Larry Sousa, Billy Griffin, and Angie Conte thanks for sharing your heart and art with these amazing kids.
And, Jean Amos thanks for holding it all together for all of us.
Together we are making the world a better place.
Photo by Jason Greenleaf
Cape Dance Festival July 24 12:00-1:00pm
An all-new feature of the Cape Dance Festival is our “Family Week” program. This 45-minute performance will be part of the Family Equity Council’s “Family Week”, the largest annual gathering of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer-identified parents and their families in the world.
Free for childern 18 and under when accompanied by a adult.
Click here for tickets
When Sunday, July 24, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT) Where Province Lands Visitor Center Amphitheater – 171 Race Point Road, Provincetown, MA 02657
FINAL PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON
“Project Moves In Concert” August 12, 2016, 7:30pm Oliver Ames High School, 100 Lothrop St., North Easton, MA Features new works and the best of the best from their exciting and moving repertoire. ALL KIDS FREE adult tix $25.00 click here to order online.
Registration is now open click here for class overview and registration.
Since it’s founding in 1964 by Sherry Gold, The GOLD School has sustained a remarkable reputation as an institution committed to dancers of all ages and abilities.
Acclaimed for her devotion to the consistent growth and evolution of dance education, Mrs. Gold’s pioneering philosophies solidified the foundation that five decades later still serves an ever growing community of young dance artists.
In 1996, the richness of her legacy was passed to a new generation under the leadership of Gold’s son, Rennie. While maintaining the school’s core values and commitment to quality, the last decade has seen Mr. Gold relentlessly pursue ground-breaking new programs that have propelled the school to the forefront of dance education.
Project Moves Auditions Thursday, 6/16/2016
4-5 ages 7-9
5-6:30pm age 10-12
6:30-8:30 age 13 & over
Project Moves Audition Application 2016
Our 52nd annual recital SEE THE USA Brockton High School, Sunday, May 29 12:00 & 4:00 Tickets available online at www.seetheusa.brownpapertickets.com
Join us as The GOLD School presents our 52nd annual recital “See the USA!” Please be sure to purchase tickets for the correct show in the dropdown menu.
12:00 show: all Saturday classes, Hip Hop classes, and Project Moves
4:00 show: all Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday classes, Hip Hop, and Project Moves
(Hip hop and Project Moves perform in both shows)
For wheelchair access, please call the studio at (508) 586-4653.
*All children over the age of one are required to have their own seat due to Brockton’s fire regulations. The fire marshall will be present to enforce this. Thank you for your cooperation!
Performance photos #PMDCsymphony presented April 2. 2016 Photo: Jason Greenleaf and Megan Belanger
Posted by The GOLD School Dance Art on Monday, April 11, 2016
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TGS’s own Jacob Guzman opens “Fiddler” revival on Broadway.
We are so proud of you Jacob. Keep up the great work. Everyone loves to see you dance.