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Classical Ballet Basics


By Chizu Kimura
Start Sept 6th '19
Friday 17:00 ‐ 18:30
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CLASSICAL BALLET BASICS FOR ADULT BEGINNERS

Have you ever wanted to dance ballet? Maybe you think you are too old to start ballet now? No, you are definitely not! This class is designed for people with no previous experience in ballet or those who wants to refine their technique at a basic level. The training gives newcomers, regardless their age, a lot of time to explore in detail what exactly the body does in the different movements.

This ballet course offers the opportunity to get to know ballet as a form of movement from the beginning. We work on posture, coordination, musicality and sense of space. The focus will be on learning the basic positions of legs, arms and head as more complex sequences of motion follow at the bar and in the center. The lesson is aimed at those who have no experience in ballet, but beginners who already have some prior knowledge and want to refresh or deepen their basic knowledge are welcome in this course.

Duration

May 3rd 2019 – August 30th 2019

In 4 months Jo Siska teaches the basics of classical ballet. Afterwards you will be ready to continue your training and take ballet classes for beginners with prior knowledge.

 

September 7th till December 20th

in 4 months Chizu Kimura teaches the basics of classical ballet. Afterwards you will be ready to continue your training and take ballet classes for beginners with prior knowledge.

 

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JOIN THIS DANCE CLASS

If the class description above doesn't say otherwise, all of our classes are open drop in classes. That means you don't need to register for this class in advance. Just be at the studio about 15 minutes prior to the start time and sign in for the class at the front desk. More questions you might have you'll find answers to in our FAQ.

Chizu Kimura
Ballet, Gyrotonic
Regular Teacher
ballet


Languages

German
English
Japanese

Language of instruction
English

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