Schedule

Evergreen Dance Academy offers classes year round. The following schedules are available for review now.

School Year of 2018-2019

Summer 2019

Below you will find the schedule of each dance style we are offering for the School Year of 2018-2019 season.

Feel free to browse!

Lyrical/Acro I/II

No classes scheduled

Jazz I/II

No classes scheduled

Lyrical III

No classes scheduled

Lyrical IV

No classes scheduled

Tap I

No classes scheduled

Creative Dance 3-4yo

No classes scheduled

Creative Dance 4-5yo

No classes scheduled

Pre-Ballet

No classes scheduled

Pre-Ballet/Tap Combo

No classes scheduled

Ballet I

No classes scheduled

Ballet II

No classes scheduled

Ballet III

No classes scheduled

Ballet IV

No classes scheduled

Ballet IV pointe

No classes scheduled

Ballet V

No classes scheduled

Ballet V pointe/partnering

No classes scheduled

Beginning Ballet Teen/Adult

No classes scheduled

Intermediate Ballet Teen/Adult

No classes scheduled

Jazz I/II

No classes scheduled

Jazz III

No classes scheduled

Pre-Ballet/Tap Combo

No classes scheduled

Tap I

No classes scheduled

Tap II

No classes scheduled

Tap III

No classes scheduled

Lyrical/Acro I/II

No classes scheduled

Lyrical III

No classes scheduled

Lyrical IV

No classes scheduled

Acro III/IV

No classes scheduled

Hip Hop I

No classes scheduled

Hip Hop II

No classes scheduled

No classes scheduled

Monday

  • Summer Creative Dance I (3-4 yrs.)These classes will focus on gross motor skill development and coordination through movement to music. The curriculum will be ballet only for Creative Dance Toddler. with Maddy, 9:45 am to 10:15 am
  • Summer Open Ballet (must be Ballet III or higher)By audition only. Please email kim@evergreendanceacademy.com to schedule an audition class. with Kim GrahamKim is a dance instructor, and owner of Evergreen Dance Academy, was born in San Francisco, CA where her ballet training started at the age of 6. During her early years of training, she performed roles with the Contra Costa Ballet and the Orinda Ballet. After moving to the Northwest as a teen, she trained with Pacific NW Ballet School, and Dance Lab of Seattle. She attended the University of Washington, where she performed in both classical ballet roles and modern dance under the direction of Kitty Daniels, Hannah Wiley, and Mark Morris. After completing college with a degree in Aerospace Engineering in 1988, Kim relocated to Los Angeles where she danced with The Long Beach Ballet under the direction of David Wilcox. She also danced as a soloist in Robert Schuller’s Crystal Cathedral productions of The Glory of Christmas and The Glory of Easter, which were televised nation-wide. After retirement in 1993, Kim started teaching ballet in Hood River OR. After moving to the Vancouver area in 1997, she taught for Columbia Dance Ensemble from 1997-2000. Kim started Evergreen Dance Academy in 2000., 10:00 am to 11:30 am
  • Summer Adult Intermediate/Advanced Ballet with Kim GrahamKim is a dance instructor, and owner of Evergreen Dance Academy, was born in San Francisco, CA where her ballet training started at the age of 6. During her early years of training, she performed roles with the Contra Costa Ballet and the Orinda Ballet. After moving to the Northwest as a teen, she trained with Pacific NW Ballet School, and Dance Lab of Seattle. She attended the University of Washington, where she performed in both classical ballet roles and modern dance under the direction of Kitty Daniels, Hannah Wiley, and Mark Morris. After completing college with a degree in Aerospace Engineering in 1988, Kim relocated to Los Angeles where she danced with The Long Beach Ballet under the direction of David Wilcox. She also danced as a soloist in Robert Schuller’s Crystal Cathedral productions of The Glory of Christmas and The Glory of Easter, which were televised nation-wide. After retirement in 1993, Kim started teaching ballet in Hood River OR. After moving to the Vancouver area in 1997, she taught for Columbia Dance Ensemble from 1997-2000. Kim started Evergreen Dance Academy in 2000., 10:00 am to 11:30 am

Tuesday

  • Summer Jazz I (Beginning) with Martin Ervin
    Marty started training with Columbia Dance in 2005 and was a performing member of Columbia Dance Academy from 2006-2008. He attended Young Americans College of Performing Arts. Marty has toured with the Young Americans performing company throughout the United States and Japan.  He returned to Vancouver looking forward to sharing his knowledge and passion for dance with our community.  Marty is currently teaching at a number of studios in Vancouver and Portland and he is an assistant coach at Hockinson High School.
    , 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Summer Jazz II/III (Int./Adv.)Intermediate level classes will hone the dancer’s Jazz technique, highlighting strength and flexibility through isolations, transitions, and presentation quality. with Martin Ervin
    Marty started training with Columbia Dance in 2005 and was a performing member of Columbia Dance Academy from 2006-2008. He attended Young Americans College of Performing Arts. Marty has toured with the Young Americans performing company throughout the United States and Japan.  He returned to Vancouver looking forward to sharing his knowledge and passion for dance with our community.  Marty is currently teaching at a number of studios in Vancouver and Portland and he is an assistant coach at Hockinson High School.
    , 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
  • Summer Teen/Adult Beginning Ballet with Russel CappsRussell began his dance training with Eric Hyrst of London’s Royal Ballet. His early studies embraced performing with the Jefferson Dancers under the direction of Mary Foleberg, Oregon Festival Ballet, and Directors John Gardner and Michael Falotico. Intense training developed great respect and deep discipline for the art while working with notable choreographers including Toni Pimble, Dennis Spaight, Charles Bennett, Val Caniparoli, John Clifford, James Canfield, Keith Martin, Carol Armitage, Vasili Sulich, Robert Sund, David Allen, and many others. His influential teachers include Alla Khaniashvili, Rebecca Wright, Elena Carter, Joe Wyatt, Patti Jones, George De La Pena, Sylvester Dolinar, and Meg Potter. Russell enjoyed a dance career for more than 30 years with several notable ballet companies including Oregon Ballet Theatre, Nevada Dance Theatre, Los Angeles Classical Ballet, Ballet Oregon, Eugene Ballet, and Pacific Ballet Theatre. He performed many principal and soloist roles in the Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, Cinderella, and Coppelia, to name a few. Russell’s choreographic achievements include the Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and neo-classical and modern ballets, including Tijustme (Just In Time), Eye II Eye, One Second, Glass House, and Velveteen Rabbit. His choreographic collaborations highlighted Bravo! Vancouver “St. Paullus Oratorio” and “An American in Paris” performed to live orchestra and choir and broadcast on public television. Long Beach Ballet and Dance West of Beaverton Arts and Communication are among other collaborative efforts., 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Summer Beginning Ballet (Adult) with Russel CappsRussell began his dance training with Eric Hyrst of London’s Royal Ballet. His early studies embraced performing with the Jefferson Dancers under the direction of Mary Foleberg, Oregon Festival Ballet, and Directors John Gardner and Michael Falotico. Intense training developed great respect and deep discipline for the art while working with notable choreographers including Toni Pimble, Dennis Spaight, Charles Bennett, Val Caniparoli, John Clifford, James Canfield, Keith Martin, Carol Armitage, Vasili Sulich, Robert Sund, David Allen, and many others. His influential teachers include Alla Khaniashvili, Rebecca Wright, Elena Carter, Joe Wyatt, Patti Jones, George De La Pena, Sylvester Dolinar, and Meg Potter. Russell enjoyed a dance career for more than 30 years with several notable ballet companies including Oregon Ballet Theatre, Nevada Dance Theatre, Los Angeles Classical Ballet, Ballet Oregon, Eugene Ballet, and Pacific Ballet Theatre. He performed many principal and soloist roles in the Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, Cinderella, and Coppelia, to name a few. Russell’s choreographic achievements include the Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and neo-classical and modern ballets, including Tijustme (Just In Time), Eye II Eye, One Second, Glass House, and Velveteen Rabbit. His choreographic collaborations highlighted Bravo! Vancouver “St. Paullus Oratorio” and “An American in Paris” performed to live orchestra and choir and broadcast on public television. Long Beach Ballet and Dance West of Beaverton Arts and Communication are among other collaborative efforts., 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Wednesday

  • Summer Open Ballet (must be Ballet III or higher)By audition only. Please email kim@evergreendanceacademy.com to schedule an audition class. with Kim Graham and Russell Capps, 9:15 am to 10:45 am
  • Summer Adult Intermediate/Advanced Ballet with Kim Graham and Russell Capps, 9:15 am to 10:45 am
  • Summer Lyrical/Acro I (Beginning) with Martin Ervin
    Marty started training with Columbia Dance in 2005 and was a performing member of Columbia Dance Academy from 2006-2008. He attended Young Americans College of Performing Arts. Marty has toured with the Young Americans performing company throughout the United States and Japan.  He returned to Vancouver looking forward to sharing his knowledge and passion for dance with our community.  Marty is currently teaching at a number of studios in Vancouver and Portland and he is an assistant coach at Hockinson High School.
    , 3:00 pm to 4:15 pm
  • Summer Hip HopThis is the perfect class for those who are looking to learn more advanced choreography.  Tailored for those currently on a high school dance team, or aspiring to be on one, this class teaches rhythm, isolations, attitude and stage presence, while learning different styles of Hip Hop. with Martin Ervin
    Marty started training with Columbia Dance in 2005 and was a performing member of Columbia Dance Academy from 2006-2008. He attended Young Americans College of Performing Arts. Marty has toured with the Young Americans performing company throughout the United States and Japan.  He returned to Vancouver looking forward to sharing his knowledge and passion for dance with our community.  Marty is currently teaching at a number of studios in Vancouver and Portland and he is an assistant coach at Hockinson High School.
    , 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm
  • Summer Lyrical/Acro II/III (Int./Adv.)Intermediate level teaches lyrical dance using the strength and line of ballet combined with the swing and power of jazz technique to train dancers in performance expression, versatility in technique, and fluidity in movement. Dancers who are fluid in lyrical dance have greater ability to show emotion and storyline through the choreography.  Acrobatics will also be taught as related to dance. with Martin Ervin
    Marty started training with Columbia Dance in 2005 and was a performing member of Columbia Dance Academy from 2006-2008. He attended Young Americans College of Performing Arts. Marty has toured with the Young Americans performing company throughout the United States and Japan.  He returned to Vancouver looking forward to sharing his knowledge and passion for dance with our community.  Marty is currently teaching at a number of studios in Vancouver and Portland and he is an assistant coach at Hockinson High School.
    , 5:15 pm to 6:45 pm

Thursday

  • Summer Ballet I/II (7+ yrs.)This class will be given in classical ballet format. The students will learn the classical ballet barre, as well as beginning center work.  The center work will focus on port de bras (arm positions), balances, basic turns, and jumps. with Carlyn HudsonCarlyn grew up in Rockland County, NY and began her dance training there at Coupe Theater Studio.  Upon graduation, Carlyn attended the Conservatory of Dance at SUNY Purchase, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2008.  Carlyn has since worked with Connecticut Ballet and Polaris Dance Theater and is now a cofounder, dancer, and choreographer with SubRosa Dance Collective a Portland-based modern dance company., 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
  • Summer Contemporary/Choreography with Carlyn HudsonCarlyn grew up in Rockland County, NY and began her dance training there at Coupe Theater Studio.  Upon graduation, Carlyn attended the Conservatory of Dance at SUNY Purchase, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2008.  Carlyn has since worked with Connecticut Ballet and Polaris Dance Theater and is now a cofounder, dancer, and choreographer with SubRosa Dance Collective a Portland-based modern dance company., 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
  • Summer Open Ballet (must be Ballet III or higher)By audition only. Please email kim@evergreendanceacademy.com to schedule an audition class. with Kim GrahamKim is a dance instructor, and owner of Evergreen Dance Academy, was born in San Francisco, CA where her ballet training started at the age of 6. During her early years of training, she performed roles with the Contra Costa Ballet and the Orinda Ballet. After moving to the Northwest as a teen, she trained with Pacific NW Ballet School, and Dance Lab of Seattle. She attended the University of Washington, where she performed in both classical ballet roles and modern dance under the direction of Kitty Daniels, Hannah Wiley, and Mark Morris. After completing college with a degree in Aerospace Engineering in 1988, Kim relocated to Los Angeles where she danced with The Long Beach Ballet under the direction of David Wilcox. She also danced as a soloist in Robert Schuller’s Crystal Cathedral productions of The Glory of Christmas and The Glory of Easter, which were televised nation-wide. After retirement in 1993, Kim started teaching ballet in Hood River OR. After moving to the Vancouver area in 1997, she taught for Columbia Dance Ensemble from 1997-2000. Kim started Evergreen Dance Academy in 2000., 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
  • Summer Adult Intermediate/Advanced Ballet with Carlyn HudsonCarlyn grew up in Rockland County, NY and began her dance training there at Coupe Theater Studio.  Upon graduation, Carlyn attended the Conservatory of Dance at SUNY Purchase, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2008.  Carlyn has since worked with Connecticut Ballet and Polaris Dance Theater and is now a cofounder, dancer, and choreographer with SubRosa Dance Collective a Portland-based modern dance company., 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Friday

  • Summer Open Ballet (must be Ballet III or higher)By audition only. Please email kim@evergreendanceacademy.com to schedule an audition class. with Russel CappsRussell began his dance training with Eric Hyrst of London’s Royal Ballet. His early studies embraced performing with the Jefferson Dancers under the direction of Mary Foleberg, Oregon Festival Ballet, and Directors John Gardner and Michael Falotico. Intense training developed great respect and deep discipline for the art while working with notable choreographers including Toni Pimble, Dennis Spaight, Charles Bennett, Val Caniparoli, John Clifford, James Canfield, Keith Martin, Carol Armitage, Vasili Sulich, Robert Sund, David Allen, and many others. His influential teachers include Alla Khaniashvili, Rebecca Wright, Elena Carter, Joe Wyatt, Patti Jones, George De La Pena, Sylvester Dolinar, and Meg Potter. Russell enjoyed a dance career for more than 30 years with several notable ballet companies including Oregon Ballet Theatre, Nevada Dance Theatre, Los Angeles Classical Ballet, Ballet Oregon, Eugene Ballet, and Pacific Ballet Theatre. He performed many principal and soloist roles in the Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, Cinderella, and Coppelia, to name a few. Russell’s choreographic achievements include the Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and neo-classical and modern ballets, including Tijustme (Just In Time), Eye II Eye, One Second, Glass House, and Velveteen Rabbit. His choreographic collaborations highlighted Bravo! Vancouver “St. Paullus Oratorio” and “An American in Paris” performed to live orchestra and choir and broadcast on public television. Long Beach Ballet and Dance West of Beaverton Arts and Communication are among other collaborative efforts., 9:15 am to 10:45 am
  • Summer Adult Intermediate/Advanced Ballet with Russel CappsRussell began his dance training with Eric Hyrst of London’s Royal Ballet. His early studies embraced performing with the Jefferson Dancers under the direction of Mary Foleberg, Oregon Festival Ballet, and Directors John Gardner and Michael Falotico. Intense training developed great respect and deep discipline for the art while working with notable choreographers including Toni Pimble, Dennis Spaight, Charles Bennett, Val Caniparoli, John Clifford, James Canfield, Keith Martin, Carol Armitage, Vasili Sulich, Robert Sund, David Allen, and many others. His influential teachers include Alla Khaniashvili, Rebecca Wright, Elena Carter, Joe Wyatt, Patti Jones, George De La Pena, Sylvester Dolinar, and Meg Potter. Russell enjoyed a dance career for more than 30 years with several notable ballet companies including Oregon Ballet Theatre, Nevada Dance Theatre, Los Angeles Classical Ballet, Ballet Oregon, Eugene Ballet, and Pacific Ballet Theatre. He performed many principal and soloist roles in the Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, Cinderella, and Coppelia, to name a few. Russell’s choreographic achievements include the Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and neo-classical and modern ballets, including Tijustme (Just In Time), Eye II Eye, One Second, Glass House, and Velveteen Rabbit. His choreographic collaborations highlighted Bravo! Vancouver “St. Paullus Oratorio” and “An American in Paris” performed to live orchestra and choir and broadcast on public television. Long Beach Ballet and Dance West of Beaverton Arts and Communication are among other collaborative efforts., 9:15 am to 10:45 am
  • Summer Tap II/III (Int./Adv.)Intermediate level tap classes will explore coordination, rhythm, basic tap steps and combinations. with Drew Yowell, 10:45 am to 11:45 am
  • Summer Performance TeamBy audition only. Please email kim@evergreendanceacademy.com to schedule an audition class. with Lacey Ackerman
    Lacey is originally from northern California and has been dancing since age three. She trained in ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop and modern for 20+ years. Her career highlights so far include representing the University of Nevada, Reno at American College Dance Assoc., performing Cari Cunningham’s Aureate Debris. She received her degree in dance from the University of Oregon in 2015, where she was a member of the Repertory Dance Company.  Most Recently, Lacey was an instructor and choreographer for Kathryn Howard’s School of Dance in Roseburg, Oregon. She is passionate about dance and aims to be a lifelong learner, taking dance classes still in order to provide the best teaching to her students.
    , 11:45 am to 12:45 pm
  • Summer Tap I (Beginning)beginning level tap class will explore coordination, rhythm, basic tap steps and combinations. with Drew Yowell, 12:45 pm to 1:45 pm
  • Summer Pre-Ballet/Tap Combo (5-7 yrs.)These classes will incorporate more formal ballet, including barre work.  We will also use fun images and games to learn the motor skills needed for further classical ballet study. Beginning tap will also be taught every other week in the combo classes. with Drew Yowell, 3:15 pm to 4:00 pm

Saturday

  • Summer Toddler Creative Dance (2-3 yrs.)These classes will focus on gross motor skill development and coordination through movement to music. The curriculum will be ballet only for Creative Dance Toddler. with Emily, 9:15 am to 9:45 am
  • Summer Creative Dance I (3-4 yrs.)These classes will focus on gross motor skill development and coordination through movement to music. The curriculum will be ballet only for Creative Dance Toddler. with Emily, 9:45 am to 10:15 am
  • Summer Creative Dance II Ballet/Tap combo (4-5 yrs.)These classes will focus on gross motor skill development and coordination through movement to music. The curriculum will alternate from ballet to tap formats.   with Emily, 10:15 am to 11:00 am
  • Summer Pre-Ballet/Tap Combo (5-7 yrs.)These classes will incorporate more formal ballet, including barre work.  We will also use fun images and games to learn the motor skills needed for further classical ballet study. Beginning tap will also be taught every other week in the combo classes. with Emily, 11:00 am to 11:45 am

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12:45 pm
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3:15 pm
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4:15 pm
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No classes scheduled

*Join our 2018/2019 Performance Team!
Do you have a desire to perform on a regular basis? Then join our new Performance Team! Classes will start during our summer session (see front page for details). Students will learn dances during their rehearsal time and will perform them approximately 1x/month from Sept. 2018 -Jan. 2019. Students on the team will also get an opportunity to compete at one competition in January!

Requirements for placement on the team:

You must take at least one dance class per week (any genre) as well as attend team rehearsal each week starting July 6th2018. Performance Team II must be at least Ballet III level.

 Time

Dance Class Tuition-Monthly

Exceptions

  30 min./week$70 
  45 min./week$75 
  60 min./week$95two 30 min. classes/week is $120 monthly
  75 min./week$100 
  90 min. /week$110two 45 min. classes/week is $125 monthly
  2 hours/week$150 
  2.5 hours/week$190 
  3.0 hours/week$230 
  4 hours/week$310 
  5 hours/week$390 
   
  Unlimited$425 

  Adult Dance Fitness

  Ballet Barre, Adult Beg./Int. ballet:

Single Class Drop-In: $20/hour

10 class card (90-day expiration): $195

10 class card (60-day expiration): $175

No classes scheduled

No classes scheduled

*Join our 2018/2019 Performance Team!
Do you have a desire to perform on a regular basis? Then join our new Performance Team! Classes will start during our summer session (see front page for details). Students will learn dances during their rehearsal time and will perform them approximately 1x/month from Sept. 2018 -Jan. 2019. Students on the team will also get an opportunity to compete at one competition in January!

Requirements for placement on the team:

You must take at least one dance class per week (any genre) as well as attend team rehearsal each week starting July 6th2018. Performance Team II must be at least Ballet III level.

 Time

Dance Class Tuition-Monthly

Exceptions

  30 min./week$70 
  45 min./week$75 
  60 min./week$95two 30 min. classes/week is $120 monthly
  75 min./week$100 
  90 min. /week$110two 45 min. classes/week is $125 monthly
  2 hours/week$150 
  2.5 hours/week$190 
  3.0 hours/week$230 
  4 hours/week$310 
  5 hours/week$390 
   
  Unlimited$425 

  Adult Dance Fitness

  Ballet Barre, Adult Beg./Int. ballet:

  Single Class Drop-In: $20/hour

  10 class card (90-day expiration): $195

  10 class card (60-day expiration): $175