Doncov Dance Company
Doncov Dance Company, LLC (DDC) is a dance company that offers online classes and in person classes in Pennsylvania and Maryland. DDC currently has classes for 4 years to 12th grade. Classes for 18 months to 3 years and adults will be coming soon. Check out our online classes by clicking on Classes/Lessons below.
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Meet Mrs. Meagan Doncov Wanda-Eze
Meagan Doncov Wanda-Eze is the owner and founder of Doncov Dance Company, LLC. The company was started in 2017 in Silver Spring, Maryland. The company now has expanded into other parts of Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Some classes Meagan currently teaches are hip hop, African dance, contemporary jazz, and acrobatics. She’s been teaching dance for over 7 years.
Meagan is originally from Michigan and started taking dance classes at 4 years old in Riverview, Michigan. At Grand Valley State University, she choreographed for the dance troupe while she attended there, as well as, participated in a few dance competitions and dance performances.
She started off teaching dance to middle schoolers in a Physical Education class and elementary students in an after school program in Wyoming, Michigan. She moved to work in DC and started an after school dance program at Annunciation Catholic School. Meagan also started an after school dance program at the next school she worked at, Sargent Shriver Elementary School. Additionally, she added weekend classes for dancers in the DMV area. Currently, Doncov Dance Company has in person outdoor and indoor classes, as well as, online classes. Classes are offered Sunday through Friday. Doncov Dance Company students are from DC, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and as far as Nigeria!
Meet Mrs. Anna-Alexandra Rojo Wildman
Anna-Alexandra Rojo Wildman teaches ballet for Doncov Dance Company.
Her entrance into the world of ballet began with her enrollment in the Centre de Danse ballet school when she was four years old. The Centre de Danse is a highly respected school located in Washington, DC that employs the Classical ballet method. She maintained a continuous connection with the school, beginning with taking classes and participating in dance intensives with renowned international instructors, performing in the annual show, and finally, becoming a teacher there. For over a decade, she taught ballet classes to all ages, and in addition to continuing to perform, she participated in all aspects of many of the annual productions, from set design, lighting, and choreography, to setting dances with the students. A DC native, Anna also taught music to PK-3 through eighth grades at Our Lady of Victory School in Northwest.
Meet Mr. Maurice Johnson
Mr. Johnson teaches street jazz for Doncov Dance Company.
He has served as the Associate Artistic Director of DC Contemporary Dance Theatre (DCCDT)/El Teatro De Danza Contemporarea(TDC) since 2012. He is a teacher, educator, choreographer and performing artist. He graduated with honors from the University of KY with a degree in Public Relations. He started his professional dance career as a feature dancer in the opening/closing US Olympic ceremonies (Atlanta). He completed a six month National tour with the two time Grammy award winning music group “Arrested Development”. Further credits include: Jennifer Lopez and Gloria Estefan (White House performance) as well as the production teams of Michael/Janet Jackson and Paula Abdul to name a few.
Mr. Johnson started his teaching career in the Washington, DC area in 1999. His challenging and energy-charged classes have been defined as “unique”, “Inspirational” and “motivating”. His classes serve as a tool to educate and further develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency. Mr. Johnson is still very active as a professional student and performing artist. He has trained and performed with The Lexington Ballet, Alvin Ailey (school), Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, Classical Repertoire Dance Theatre (CRDT) and DC Contemporary Dance Theater. Mr. Johnson’s work has been presented and taught in China, Germany and the US. He served as the Interim Artistic Director of Georgetown University Dance Company (GUDC) and former adjunct Professor at American University. Currently, Mr. Johnson is on faculty at Catholic University and the National Cathedral School (NCS).
Policies and Procedures
REGISTRATION: You can start your registration by filling out one of our Google forms. Currently, we have classes for K-12 students this summer. Adult classes and younger children classes are coming soon. The Fall Schedule is out and we have classes for 4 years to 12th grade.
Form for new students: https://forms.gle/qBWr7PsrPLNWiSQe7
Form for returning students: https://forms.gle/gWXwSVxaDuUn5CC38
You can then pay for classes using this website or via cash, check, money order, Venmo, Cashapp, PayPal, or Zelle.
PAYMENTS: Payments can be made upfront or using one of our payment plans. Classes during the summer months are all drop in classes except for our competition class. Drop in classes are $15 each, $108 for an 8 class pack, or $300 for unlimited summer classes. This is per family.
LATE FEES: Any payment 15 days past due will incur a $5 late fee. Late fees will continue to accrue until bill is paid or payment arrangements have been made.
RETURNED CHECKS: There will be a $30 charge for returned checks. (This fee is based on MD State Law 3-512) Anyone having 2 or more checks returned for insufficient funds will be asked to pay using another method.
CLASS CANCELLATION: If an instructor ever has to cancel a class, there will be a make-up class scheduled.
REFUNDS: We have a no refund policy, however your child may make up the class. If we cancel a class due to teacher illness, we will arrange a make-up time. All make-up classes must be taken by the end of the summer. If your child isn’t able to do another make-up or there’s some other issue, like illness or injury, we can offer a credit on your dance account toward future classes or merchandise from our online store.
Competition fees are non-refundable after competition registration is completed. If the event is cancelled, your fee will apply to the next competition or can be added as a credit to your dance account.
ATTENDANCE: Since our summer classes are all drop-in classes, your child can come whenever available. During the school year attendance is more important due to progression of the class and dance routines/choreography.
DRESS CODE: Please wear clothes you can move around in comfortably in. No jeans please! Ballet dancers should have their hair up in a bun and tights and leotard is optional. Dancers should have their hair up and out of their face.
DANCE SHOES: Hip hop dancers should have clean sneakers or athletic shoes on. Ballet dancers should have ballet shoes on. Acro dancers should go barefoot. All other dance styles can wear jazz shoes, foot undies, or go barefoot.
CONFERENCES: If you ever need to talk to someone from the company about your child or any other question or concern, please call or text (301) 852-1001 or email email@example.com.
LATE PICK UP: Please pick up your child on time. If any Doncov Dance Company instructor has to care for your child after their class, there will be a $10 service fee after the first 20 minutes. If you are having an emergency and are running late for any reason, please call the us.
CLASS OBSERVATION: Parents are invited to observe classes our last class of the summer. Parents will be notified with the specific dates.