One of our core philosophies is that every child has a talent for creative expression. That child may just need the confidence to bring that out.”-Suzanne Spano
Star Kidz Director/Co-Owner
A Star Kidz foundation with NY singing, dancing, and acting classes builds our students’ confidence and talent in a way that other activities can’t. And that experience can extend well beyond the Star Kidz stage! Whether it is in the classroom, at the Science Fair, in a school play, Community Theater, or beyond, Star Kidz is the perfect place to advance your performing skills and presence. And just this year, we had two of our students take what they’ve learned to Hollywood and Broadway!
Carly Rose Sonenclar won 2nd place in the huge talent contest, The X Factor. Carly Rose stated, “One of my first singing classes was with Star Kidz. I remember having a great time and the teachers were really, really helpful.” Watch Carly Rose perform “Hallelujah” on The X Factor.
Emily Rosenfeld is currently playing the role of Molly in the hit Broadway Play, Annie. Of her experience with Star Kidz, Emily said, “If you love singing, acting and dancing go to Star Kidz! I had so much fun and learned a lot there!” Learn more about Emily and her journey to the Broadway stage.
We would love to hear about your child’s unique accomplishments. Please share their success stories with us!
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Sep. 02 Watch "The Story of Frozen" on ABC Tuesday, Sept. 2
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Aug. 19 Classes are filling up quickly! Register TODAY!
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Jul. 11 "California Girls"
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Jul. 01 Star Kidz Announces our Fall 2014 "Frozen" Theme
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Jun. 26 Margo Getting Ready For Frozen
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