G.K School of Dance

"I wanted to do new things with dance..." - Gene Kelly


Store Hours

Monday-Friday: 10:00 am - 9:30 pm

Saturday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm

Sunday: Closed

Classes & Lesson: Hours/Week

1-1½ Hours - $85

2-2½ Hours - $100

3-3½ Hours - $120

4-4½ Hours - $140

5-5½ Hours - $150

6-6½ Hours - $165

7-7½ Hours - $180

Unlimited - $200

Our classes!

Our Studio History

At eight years old, Eugene Kelly was enrolled him in dance class by his mother. However, growing up Gene preferred sports to dancing, he wanted to play pro football. Although, his mother organized him and his siblings as The Five Kellys and they performed on amateur nights. In the year 1932, Gene went to college and graduated with a degree in economics from the University of Pittsburgh. Eventually, he moved to New York City and found his way into the line of Broadway musicals.

Gene got his big break from the title role of the Broadway musical, 'Pal Joey' in 1940. Kelly then became one of the top stars of 1940s and 1950s. He didn't just act, sing, and dance; he also was a choreographer. His most memorable films, which he mostly choreographed, included 'An American in Paris' and 'Singin' in the Rain'. He then continued working in films through the 1960s, 'Inherit the Wind', 'What a Way to Go!' and '40 Carats', and much more. He had married multiple wives until he was married to Patricia Ward from 1990 until his death in 1996.

We opened our studio in 2000, in memory of Gene Kelly. In G.K school of dance, we want our students to pass on the origin of jazz dance from generation to generation.