The Dance Conservatory of Maryland (DCM) has been training dancers in Harford County, Maryland since it was founded in 1996. Since this time, DCM has grown to be a school that embraces all styles of dance and offers classes for every level of interest and experience. All instruction is of the highest quality available. DCM offers a friendly and positive environment, free from distractions and optimal for learning and enjoying the art of dance.
DCM strives to create a space where all are welcome and where all can thrive. DCM does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, national origin, disability or sexual orientation in any of its activities or operations.
DCM Faculty and Staff promote the highest standards of classroom behavior, assist student discovery of strengths and challenges, and create a nurturing and professional atmosphere which supports all dancers building leadership, mentorship, and friendships.
A dancer at the Dance Conservatory of Maryland can perform professionally, earn scholarships to professional schools, colleges and universities, and enrich the artistic and cultural life of our community.
Dancers from our training programs have received scholarships and/or been accepted at the following schools and companies:
DCM Students were also honored with the following awards:
Masks and class activities:
New Policies and Procedures:
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WHAT IF MY DANCER NEEDS TO MISS CLASS DUE TO ILLNESS OR EXPOSURE TO COVID-19?
If your dancer is not able to attend classes because they do not pass the health screening questions required to enter the building, DCM will provide a makeup class time or you can attend virtual classes.
WILL PRIVATE LESSONS CONTINUE?
Yes! Private lessons are a great option to maintain social distancing. Please contact the DCM office with your availability to schedule private coaching.
WHAT IF DCM NEEDS TO CLOSE DUE TO COVID-19?
If DCM does have to close for any reason, we will be moving the schedule to virtual classes at 60% tuition rate and credit the remainder of tuition to your accounts.