New Class Alert: Wednesday Night Tap at the Buckhead Centre
The Centre for Dance Education is excited to announce the addition of a new tap class with Jey Sadeckas at the Buckhead Centre on Wednesdays from 6:30 to 7:30 pm!
Adult tap with Jey is a great class for any skill level. Part of the time is spent learning and improving upon various core tap steps and skills. It then moves into learning a variety of combinations set to music ranging from top 40s to oldies. Every combination features steps for both beginners and advanced students, often allowing students to choose the difficulty of the combination themselves. Every couple of weeks, the class turns into a cardio tap session, which makes sure that we are not only strengthening or legs, but also our hearts and lungs. Overall, adult tap is a class designed to make sure everyone is having fun while learning new skills.
Click here for a full Adult Open Division class schedule.
About Jey Sadeckas
Jey Sadeckas has been dancing since she was 18 months old. Beginning with a Mommy & Me ballet class, she went on to take regular classes in tap, ballet, jazz, and lyrical. She also took occasional classes in any style of dance she could find, including hula, capoeira, clogging, belly dancing, and many more. Jey has a true passion for dance and an interest in styles from around the world. She grew up dancing in Marietta, GA and was a member of a local studio's tap and jazz competition companies for almost a decade. Teaching at various studios, Jey has been an instructor of tap and jazz for all ages and abilities for many years. She graduated from Kennesaw State University with a bachelor's degree in dance and a bachelor's degree in theatre design tech. Jey has also received an Associate's degree in Management Supervisory Development from Chattahoochee Technical School. While at KSU, Jey was a member of the Kennesaw State University Dance Company as both a dancer and a stage manager. She also served two terms as the vice president of Nu Delta Alpha, KSU's branch of the National Dance Honor Society. Her senior work at KSU was an a cappella tap piece that received rave reviews. Jey’s greatest joy in life is watching her students grow and gain self-confidence through dance.