ICE offers world-class top dance classes in India
The dance class program is a fifty-eight-hour part-time course designed to bring out the best moves in you. You will learn the mastery of dancing in various genres like Hip-Hop, Contemporary, Salsa, Bollywood Dance, and Indian Classical. ICE provides talented dancers a chance to learn under award-winning choreographers and renowned trainers from the industry.
We offer a wide genre of styles and forms that today’s industry demands. You will learn various. The course covers lectures, classroom activities, and discussion on the history of dance while also presenting dance forms ranging from Indian classical forms such as Khatak & Mudra drama & emotions, Bollywood mix of Indian folk dance, western and disco, the free-flowing salsa, the flexible and dynamic contemporary and the energetic & rhythmic Hip-Hop.
Join the dance class today and become a professional dancer tomorrow where talented dancers are always grabbed by the industry.
Engaging Virtual Video Lessons to Visualize Concepts and Polish Skills
Equipped With the Latest Equipment, Infrastructure, And Resources for Spot Assignments
A Look at Distinct Topics of Interest to Learn, Comprehend and Be Inspired
Comments, Feedback, And Suggestions Between Fellow Students to Enrich Talent Performance
Role-play Scenarios to Facilitate Learning Through Representation and Structured Practice
A Prospect for Students to Probe Their Interests in The Industry
Our Key Faculties
Eligibility for dance course is primary
The curriculum covers
Students who complete any course are awarded certificates that are globally recognized and widely preferred within the industry.
We offer dual certification on selective courses with government certification. ICE is the authorized partner of Media & Entertainment Skill Council (MESC) which is promoted by FICCI & NSDC for setting standards while training and accreditation falls under (PMKVY) scheme of government of India. This is beneficial since MESC has a mandate to create a skilled workforce of 11.4 lakhs by 2022.