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For those who may be interested, Danceworks are once again running an Improvers Ballet Course for adults taught by Dmitri Gruzdev, who has formerly played leading roles in the English National Ballet and partaken in several touring works during his extensive dance career. The course is aimed at those who have attended ballet classes in the past, such as beginner or other improvers classes, and are looking to improve their level towards intermediate. Students may have attended ballet classes, a beginners course or another improvers course in the past. Each class will consist of barre and centre
Hi there, I wanted to let you know about a course I have running this Summer and I hope I'm posting this in the correct section! From 14th to 18th August 2017 I will be running an intensive week of ballet classes designed for ADULT BEGINNERS. The classes will be held at our studio in Shalford, which is 5 minutes from Guildford, Surrey. We have a lovely studio with Harlequin flooring, ballet barres, mirrors and a large changing/waiting area. The timetable for the week is currently being finalised but will include a daily Pilates class, one or two ballet cla
Has anyone tried the beginners ballet class at danceworks on a Tuesday at 4:30pm. Think it's taught by Christina-Maria Mittelmaier? Just wondering what people thought of the class and what level it was actually aimed at as open classes can be tricksy! Thanks!
I was reminded the other day that last year I'd been putting together something on what to expect if you're new to ballet, so thought I'd post it in case it's of use, and for comments and feedback. I'll put the various sections in separate posts (in no particular order) to make it easier if people want to add or comment. Noise If you’ve only ever seen ballet on the screen before, you’ll more than likely be surprised at the amount of noise dancers generate in real life. Not only can pointe shoes make quite a bit of noise tap-tapping against the stage (this seems to be particularly preval