Cleveland City Dance Wins ‘Best Dance Studio’ in 2020 Parent Choice Awards

Cleveland City Dance Wins ‘Best Dance Studio’ in 2020 Parent Choice Awards

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The annual Northeast Ohio Parent Choice Awards seeks to gather the opinions of local parents on everything family-friendly in the region. Our readers and online followers voted for their favorite businesses, attractions, family services and more.

Here are the winner and finalists in the “Best dance studio” category.

Click here to view winners and finalists in all 26 categories.

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Winner: Cleveland City Dance
Cleveland City Dance has offered quality dance instruction since 1965 to nurture students’ talents and passions in ballet, jazz, tap, modern and more. Classes run six days a week and include in-studio and virtual instruction year-round. Parents and supporters can observe classes through viewing windows in the state-of-the-art facility in Cleveland’s Shaker Square. Students of all ages celebrate their hard work through annual spring performances, including in-studio and larger theater venues.
clevelandcitydance.net

Finalists:

Arlene Cassara Dance & Theater Center
Located in North Olmsted, the studio’s goal is to encourage all students, instill confidence, and develop strong stage and theater presence. Classes are available for kids, teens and adults at all levels in ballet, combo, contemporary, hip hop, jazz, musical theater, pointe and tap.
arlenecassaradance.com

Grace in Motion Dance Studio
Grace in Motion, located in Stow, offers an environment centered around encouragement, artistry and grace. Serving ages 2.5 to adult, the studio uses only family-friendly music and age-appropriate costumes during class and in costumed recitals at the end of the dance year.
graceinmotionstudio.com

Thrive Arts Center
In addition to music and art lessons, this Beachwood arts center offers a variety of dance classes for kids of all ages. With more than 20 years of expertise in music and movement, its dedicated staff is focused on nurturing personal growth and offers individually-curated experiences that allow children to grow and learn.
thrivearts.center

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Denise Koeth is managing/digital editor of Northeast Ohio Parent. She writes for and assists with production of the print magazine, as well as manages digital content on the NortheastOhioParent.com website and oversees the brand’s social media activity. Denise grew up in Northeast Ohio and she and her husband are currently raising their two boys here.

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