​UPDATE
American Dance Institute Shoreline opening Late February/Early March 2018.

UPDATE
Shoreline Music School Opening
Mid March 2018!

American Dance Institute Shoreline, WA

american dance institute shoreline, shoreline music school, Guitar lessons, Hip Hop dance classes, ballet classes,

Opens Late February 2018

Class Schedules Are Posted & Registration Is Now Open


Hip Hop Dance Classes 

Ballet Classes

Modern 

Contemporary

Tap 

Jazz & More

Largest Studio North Of University of Washington

...and no snootiness allowed.


American Dance Institute has signed a lease on a beautiful 5,100 square foot dance and music facility. We are located in the Molnar Building, 1240 NE 175th St. Shoreline, Washington, 98155.  We offer lots of free parking, a parent's observation room, and the largest ballet studio north of the University of Washington.

 NE 175th & 15th Ave NE

Look for beginning and intermediate level dance classes for adults, teens and children.

Tel: 206-402-6561 

Join out mailing list below to stay informed.

Shoreline Music School
Shoreline, WA

american dance institute shoreline, shoreline music school, Guitar lessons, Hip Hop dance classes, ballet classes,

To Open In Mid March 2018

Student Registration Now Open 

We are also opening a music school at the same Shoreline building as our dance studio and will offer beginning music lessons for adults, teens and kids, music lessons, piano lessons, guitar lessons, violin lessons, drum lessons, and voice lessons

Group music lessons and Dance schedule to be announced shortly.

Call the office to schedule private music lessons.

Tel: 206-402-6701

Guitar Lessons,

Piano Lessons,

Voice Lessons,

Drum Lessons

and much more!

We're Hiring Dance & Music Instructors, An Office Manager & Admin Assistants!

 If you love to teach, and or want to cut down on your daily commute to work, please apply here.

As seen in the Shoreline Area News

American Dance Institute has donated a month of unlimited free dance classes to the 2nd Annual Illuminating Autism Benefit Dinner and Auction Saturday, January 27, 2018, 6pm, at The Rainier Club 820 4th Ave, Seattle


Funds raised support The University of Washington Autism Center (UWAC), which prepares people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for school and life – reducing symptom severity and improving outcomes, regardless of economic need.Join us on January 27, 2018, at the Rainier Club in downtown Seattle, as we work together to raise funds to support UWAC programs.For more Information about the Illuminating Autism fundraiser .
"My husband Steve and I attended the inaugural event last year and it was wonderful, said Elizabeth Chayer, Founder and Director of American Dance Institute. It was one of the most inspiring auctions we've ever attended."

Contact: Tanya Cooke Event Coordinator 206.485.4539

American Dance Institute's class registration now open.


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2018

Shoreline Dance Studio Opening Delayed

Studio 2 is close to completion at American Dance Institute Shoreline. Registration is open.


Due to unanticipated construction delays, the opening of American Dance Institute Shoreline studio has been pushed out a few weeks. Originally scheduled to open January 8th, the new opening date has not been firmed up, but ADI hopes to open in late January or early February. 


“Strong interest in our children’s and adult classes has us very hopeful about our new studio, says Elizabeth Chayer, Founder / Director of American Dance Institute. 
“While we are very disappointed by the last minute construction delay, the exciting news is that our Shoreline studio has over 250 new students registered for dance classes. When we open our doors, ADI will be the happening place to be!”

ADI is still accepting registrations, so interested persons are encouraged to register soon to secure a confirmed space in class.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2017

Pre-Hip Hop class with teacher Moria Bulger
Photo courtesy American Dance Institute

American Dance Institute-Shoreline opens for classes the week of January 8th. Dance class schedules are posted online and registration is open on a first come first served basis. Peruse the many classes we offer for adults, teenagers, kids and toddlers including Ballet, Hip-Hop, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Contemporary, Flamenco, and more. Learn to dance in the largest studio north of the University of Washington.

We are located at 1240 NE 175th Street which is very near 175th and 15th NE. There is plenty of free parking. 


Act now, interest is high and we expect classes to fill quickly. Dance classes make excellent Christmas gifts.

American Dance Institute expanding to Shoreline and opening Jan 2

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2017


American Dance Institute (ADI), which has offered dance classes to adults, teenagers, and children in Seattle for more than 28 years, is expanding to Shoreline.


The new Shoreline studio, at 1240 NE 175th St, is in the North City neighborhood, just a half block from Walgreen’s Drug and Safeway. ADI schools include several family-friendly features such as bright, spacious, and sunlit studios, an inviting parent observation area, a fun and non-competitive, non-intimidating environment.

“We cater to all levels - dancers who are new beginners, dancers returning after an absence from dance, and active intermediate level dancers. American Dance Institute’s balancing of technical training with each student’s creativity is unique among area dance schools, and flows from our extensive teacher screening, training, and mentoring,” said the owner and founder Elizabeth Chayer. 
“Dance should first and foremost be joyful, and it’s equally important to us to have a friendly class culture in addition to great technical training.”

 The Shoreline location is being remodeled to add a sprung dance floor, a state of the art sound system, a fresh new color scheme, and a spacious observation room with free Wi-Fi. 


The observation room offers parents a space to stay and watch their child while visiting with other parents and is available during certain classes.

“We are so excited for ADI to be part of the wonderful Shoreline and Lake Forest communities, and have structured the studio to be very accommodating for busy families,” explained Chayer. 
“And we work very hard to make sure all of our students enjoy their time here. This is a welcoming and non-competitive environment for dancers of all ages and skill levels.”


ADI’s commitment to top quality dance instruction as well as creating an invigorating and supportive atmosphere is also seen in its family-friendly policies, such as accommodation for overlapping school sports schedules, easy tuition payment plans, chemical-free studios, and a money back guarantee if a student is not satisfied with the class. Risk-free trial classes allow students to explore Ballet, Hip Hop, Modern/Contemporary, Jazz and Tap dancing. There are also free 4-week “Mommy/Daddy and Me” toddler classes.

“We plan to open a new music school as well, said Chayer. We will be making that official announcement very soon.”
American Dance Institute has two locations in Seattle, one in Greenwood and one in Magnolia.


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