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The Dance Hub

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Our 2020 End of Year Campaign is Underway

We have a number of exciting events that we are sharing as part of our 2020 End-of-year fundraising campaign. We hope you enjoy them and that they inspire you to support The Dance Hub—and to KEEP DANCING!


Victoria Finlayson

Looking for the Perfect Present?

The Dance Hub gift cards are available

Good for any AD&M Classes or Courses

Choose from $10 $25, $50, or any amount you choose. We will email your gift with the message and card of your choice.

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Virtual Beginning Flamenco with Jessica Haro

Wednesdays 5:30-6:30pm — Note new day and time!

An introduction to flamenco dance for adults of all ages. We will focus on the fundamentals of flamenco technique – rhythm, footwork, arm carriage and hand movements. Each class will explore a different “palo” or branch of flamenco, including tangos, bulerías, and alegrías.

Sign up for the class here

Carrie Stein Hill

Beginning Ballet with Carrie Stein Hill

Wednesdays 4:00-5:15 p.m.

This Virtual Beginning Ballet class is for students with a year or less of ballet experience, or for those that may have studied ballet long ago and want to rekindle an old passion. If you have a keen desire to learn, you are a good candidate for beginning ballet! Ballet fundamentals, including the use of turn-out, balance, and alignment will be a focus of this class. Students will gain improved posture and flexibility while learning the proper execution of basic vocabulary and steps. Our goal is to nurture and support the progress and safety of students with an emphasis on fun and enjoyment!

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2020 Rent Subsidies at The Dance Hub are Still Available

American Dance & Music is pleased to announce that The Dance Hub has received a 2020 Organizational Development Grant from the City of Santa Barbara in partnership with the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission. With this grant, we are able to offer rent subsidies for rehearsal space this Spring. This year, we are seeking applicants for a 50% rent subsidy during the period of February 1 through June 30, 2020.

Find out more and apply here.

City of Santa Barbara Santa Barbara County Office of Arts and Culture

Do you shop on Amazon?

You can get your shopping done and help The Dance Hub too on Amazon Smile

Simply go to, log in to your regular Amazon account, and add American Dance and Music, Inc. as your preferred charity. They will donate a percentage of your sale to help sustain our community dance space, The Dance Hub.

You can register with The Dance Hub, manage your account, and purchase classes or courses here.

Login to your existing MINDBODY Account or Create one here

Need space? The Dance Hub is available for rental for your classes, workshops, and rehearsals. Our Big Studio measures 36′ x 40′ and features a state-of-the-art floating floor. Our Small Studio measures 23′ x 17′ and is suitable for percussive dance, yoga, and much more. Both studios boast easy to use professional sound systems.

Please see our rental page

Or call (805) 450-7535 for more information.
Development of The Dance Hub is partially funded by the Organizational Development Grants Program using funds provided by the City of Santa Barbara as administered by Santa Barbara County Office of Arts and Culture.
City of Santa Barbara Santa Barbara County Office of Arts and Culture

Our state of the art sprung floor was funded by a Capital Improvement Grant from Santa Barbara Foundation and by generous individual donors.

Santa Barbara Foundation

We would like to thank these additional foundations for their generous support of The Dance Hub.

Towbes Fund for the Performing Arts Santa Barbara Independent Eichholz Foundation
One of my favorite things about ballet is the extreme precision — learning how to use exactly the right muscle to get the perfect movement
— Amanda Silberstein , TDH Student , Santa Barbara , CA