Classical and Modern Dance (CMD) is the 9th largest sports club at the University of Warwick with over 200 members. We are also the largest and most diverse dance club on campus holding classes for all levels in Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary and Commercial-HipHop.
CMD pride ourselves on our inclusive ethos, whether you have never danced before and are looking to try something new at university, haven't danced in years but are itching to get back in front of the mirror or are an experienced dancer looking to continue your training, CMD is the club for you!
The club's exec works hard to ensure we provide a great balance of opportunity. Beginners are encouraged to participate in every show to help build confidence whilst intermediate and advanced dancers are encouraged to audition for competition numbers to challenge their abilities.
CMD is far more than just a dance club though. As well as weekly classes and competing in national competitions, we also work tirelessly raising money for charity. Our regular socials, including weekly circles, means our massive club really does feel like a family. CMD is a safe place for everyone, free from intimidating competition and full of a shared love for dance.
Have a browse around our brand new site to find out all about who we are and what we do.
If you have any questions please feel free to email the club account or any one of our teachers or exec members directly.
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“Being part of CMD for the past three years has definitely been one of the highlights from my time at Warwick and left me with memories that will last a lifetime!! It's such a welcoming sports club and unlike many others, you don't need to be the best to be a part of it-being a very average dancer I was completely accepted and got the chance to perform in shows, help backstage, go to socials, compete in a comoetiton and volunteer for charity...in this club there really is something for everyone, no matter what year or dancing level you are, you won't regret it!”
- Charlotte Claridge-Ingham