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Hip-Hop and Break Dancing for Boys consists of a warm-up, stretches, exercises, isolations, across the floor, combinations and free-style practices. Learn hip-hop dance vocabulary while learning about the history and evolution of the culture from east coast break-dance styles to west coast popping and locking techniques plus so much more. Emphasis is placed on free-style and personal expression of this dynamic dance culture.

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Full Year - Hip-Hop and Break Dancing for Boys / 6-8 yrs

Venue: Classroom

Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

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The subscription contains these programs:

  • Hip-Hop and Break Dancing for Boys / 6-8 yrs
    First Session: Fri, Oct 4, 2013, 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm

    Basic Hip-Hop and Break Dancing consists of a warm-up, stretches, exercises, isolations, across the floor, combinations and free-style practices.

    Instructor: Elias Kababa  show bio

    Eli Kababa has worked as a teaching artist with New York City Ballet since 2005. He began his career as a Martial Artist/Break-dancer who became a Fine Arts Major and from the beginning has made a name for himself in part because of his ability to move through several genres of dance. His fusion style received special recognition at the Prague International Dance Festival for his choreography in the Dance Theatre Division. Together with Kimberly Pinto, Mr. Kababa formed Garden State Dance Project, which has performed extensively throughout New Jersey and New York and in 2007 was invited by the YM-YWHA of North Jersey to become the company in residence. In 2011, Mr. Kababa became the Dance Director of the Wayne, New Jersey YMCA School of Performing Arts. He also currently teaches and directs the School's Junior Company, 'Pioneers,' working in an eclectic blend of ballet, contemporary/modern and urban movement with the use of multimedia. Mr. Kababa also holds certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine and Functional Movement Screen. He is also a husband and father and would like to dedicate his work to his family for all their love and support.

    Day(s): Friday
    Sessions: 15
    Class Calendar: View class calendar
    Room: Buttenwieser Hall, 2nd Fl
  • Hip-Hop and Break Dancing for Boys / 6-8 yrs
    First Session: Fri, Feb 7, 2014, 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm

    Basic Hip-Hop and Break Dancing consists of a warm-up, stretches, exercises, isolations, across the floor, combinations and free-style practices.

    Instructor: Elias Kababa  show bio

    Eli Kababa has worked as a teaching artist with New York City Ballet since 2005. He began his career as a Martial Artist/Break-dancer who became a Fine Arts Major and from the beginning has made a name for himself in part because of his ability to move through several genres of dance. His fusion style received special recognition at the Prague International Dance Festival for his choreography in the Dance Theatre Division. Together with Kimberly Pinto, Mr. Kababa formed Garden State Dance Project, which has performed extensively throughout New Jersey and New York and in 2007 was invited by the YM-YWHA of North Jersey to become the company in residence. In 2011, Mr. Kababa became the Dance Director of the Wayne, New Jersey YMCA School of Performing Arts. He also currently teaches and directs the School's Junior Company, 'Pioneers,' working in an eclectic blend of ballet, contemporary/modern and urban movement with the use of multimedia. Mr. Kababa also holds certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine and Functional Movement Screen. He is also a husband and father and would like to dedicate his work to his family for all their love and support.

    Day(s): Friday
    Sessions: 18
    Class Calendar: View class calendar
    Room: Buttenwieser Hall, 2nd Fl


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Individuals who have participated in 92nd Street Y programs over the past year in selected program areas, participants in certain memberships, and those who have made contributions of $500 or more to 92Y, are eligible to register for programs before they become available to the general public.

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