We are a well established Dance and Music school based in Kirkcaldy - Fife, Scotland. We allow our pupils to be creative and develop a personality through Dance & Music as well as focus on the regions of the art itself.
Our goal at Danielle Law School of Dance & Music is to provide students of all levels with more than just dance and music classes, but a unique experience in which the student can grow both mentally and physically as an artist. Our highly trained and certified teacher has a wealth of experience in teaching and performing various styles and disciplines.
Classes We Offer
Our Dance & Music School offers a variety of classes for all skill levels. Danielle is passionate about helping each pupil achieve their highest potential, whilst also having as much fun as possible.
Have a look at our class schedule below to find the one that best fits your needs.
Highland Dance is taught in a group class. Dancers can begin at the age of 3 and stay until whenever they wish. Dancers can attend class recreationally or attend competitions. Dancers have the option to participate in examinations through SDTA.
Highland Dance Lessons are taught on a Monday & Wednesday.
Piano Lessons are taught at a private 1:1 lesson to enable to musician to enhance performance skills and also music theory knowledge. Musicians have the option to prepare for examinations through ABRSM.
Piano Lessons are taught on a
Tuesday 5:30 - 7:30.
AT FULL CAPACITY.
Classes are taught on a 1:1 basis with a variety of genres taught. Musicians can prepare for examinations through ABRSM and audition for Musical Theatre performances.
Vocal Lessons are taught on a Tuesday 7:30 - 8:30.
AT FULL CAPACITY.
Contemporary & Modern Jazz
Contemporary & Modern Jazz is taught in a group class. Dancers can express themselves through these classes and be creative. Dancers have the option to participate in examinations through SDTA.
Contemporary Dance Lessons are taught on a Thursday 5:00 - 6:00.
"I hope to inspire others to do the best with dance and music as an art. I wish for my pupils to achieve their own personal goals, be the best performer they can be and enjoy the opportunities that being a performer brings"