About Utah Dance Artists
What's In Our Name? UTAH DANCE ARTISTS
We embody the values of the people in Utah we serve: morality, ethics, modesty in dress and movement and honesty in business are reflected in the way we run our organization.
We employ dance as the vehicle to empower our associates to excellence; teaching important life skills such as respect, hard work, commitment, and self-discipline.
We exemplify ourselves as valued and respected artists. This is reflected in the way our students are revered and treated. Our end-goal is to produce successful "Dance Artists;" assisting each dancer to prosper in their personal dance goals.
Who We Are
Utah Dance Artists (UDA) was founded in 2001 by Brooke Maxwell. The business has grown from a one room, basement dance studio to one of the largest dance studios in the Salt Lake Valley.
UDA is conveniently located in South Jordan, Utah (easy access from I-15 off 106th and 114th south exits) and in Draper (directly west of I-15 on the frontage road at 12896 South).
Utah Dance Artists offers dance classes for dancers age 18 months - 18 years old in the genres of ballet, pointe, jazz, tap, modern, contemporary, hip-hop, ballroom and tumbling. We offer programs and teams for beginner through pre-professional levels, valuing every student’s education and opportunity for growth.
We proudly serve residents from South Jordan, Riverton, Herriman, Bluffdale, Draper, Sandy, Cottonwood Heights, West Jordan, Murray, Holladay, Taylorsville, West Valley City, Midvale, Salt Lake City, Lehi, Saratoga Springs and Eagle Mountain.
Why Choose Utah Dance Artists?
- Currently 53 instructors - each who are collegiate or professionally trained; offering the largest and most qualified faculty in the state of Utah
- Two state of art facilities, in South Jordan and Draper, offering a total of 10 spacious dance studios with professional raised marley floors, secure full length mirrors, mounted barres and surround sound systems
- 35 Administrative and Customer Service Team Members who are friendly, knowledgeable and committed to superior organization and service
- Educated Artistic Director/Owner: Brooke Maxwell; BFA in Ballet with an emphasis in teaching and Miss Utah 1994-95
- All faculty members follow a progressive and comprehensive studio syllabus that is crafted to build our dancers technique and performance skills level upon level and year upon year
- At the end of the year, each enrolled student is personally evaluated by the studio director, guaranteeing proper placement for the following year
- The Annual Recital is held at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah Campus; providing a professional performing experience for every student
Our Draper & South Jordan Studios
UDA expanded, opening a second beautiful facility in Draper. Located on the west frontage road, the studio boasts easy access from I-15. The spacious 4 room dance studio doubles the existing dance space for UDA students. All dance rooms have visitor viewing windows, raised Marley floors and state of the art music sound systems.
UDA opened it's brand new facility on Redwood Road in South Jordan. Built to specification, the 5100 square foot studio houses 4 spacious dance rooms with visitor viewing windows, raised Marley floors and a state of the art music system. Students also enjoy the fully furnished kitchen and study area. In 2017, the studio expanded into the adjacent unit, formerly occupied by Enterprise Car Rental, and added 2 additional dance studios.
Utah Dance Artists moved into it's new location and more than doubled it's space. The West Jordan studio had 2 large dance rooms, a main lobby with visitor viewing windows and an office area. Three years later, in 2008, the studio expanded into an adjacent unit and added a 3rd dance room.
Brooke Anderson Maxwell created her own dance studio, Utah Dance Artists, and began teaching classes in a basement studio in her West Jordan home. The first year she taught each and every class. The second year the studio expanded and added 4 additional teachers. The studio soon became very popular and outgrew the single dance room in Brooke's home.