The ballet program has the intention to produce clean technical ballet dancers. Emphasis on the arms flow and blend from position to position. Stress proper placement of torso, hips, and legs without exceeding anatomical limitations and thus protecting the body from injury. The technical exercises will be made at the barre, on the floor and going across the floor.
For beginning students, emphasis is on the coordination of arms and head begin to develop with a concentration on smooth transitions throughout the exercises. Training at this level is designed to establish a basic foundation in ballet. Students develop practical skills, muscular self-control and basic coordination and expression.
More advanced ballet students will aim to develop strength and stability in the demonstration of the pirouettes, balance, control, extension, fluidity, and in petite and grand allegro. Suppleness and smooth graceful movements are developed in these levels along with the coordination of head, arms, legs, and body.
The students will train to get a very solid technical base which will be the foundation for developing a more personal style and way of moving. Technically strong to be able to accomplish quick technical steps.
For advanced students, the curriculum also includes classes in classical technique, repertoire studies, character dance, adagio studies, ballet history and body conditioning, concentrating on the mastery of more complex movements and combinations. The ongoing development of performance skills is stressed in all levels of ballet class.
Strength, purity, endurance long muscles with a strong and stable technique.