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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 work, improving placement and posture, building up strength and flexibility and learning new steps. The course will run from 21st August - 9th October 2018, every Tuesday from 18:30-20:00. Minimum age is 18, open to both men and women. For more information on the course, Dmitri or to book, click here. For more on all things ballet and dance on our general website, click here. Thank you for reading, have a lovely day!
Dear aspiring ballet dancers. We are happy to announce that Olivia Cowley will be joining Ricardo Cervera, Edward Watson and Anita Young on this years Summer School at Woodside Dance Retreat. Our intention is to ensure every guest leaves motivated, with enhanced technique and artistry and having worked with some of the best classical dancers and teachers on the planet. We will ensure that everyone has a wonderful time with a trip in a limo to the theatre and a professional photo shoot. Make friends and memories for ever. With only 12 places on each course. Week 1 is sold out. There are a few places left on week 2 Saturday 22nd July to Saturday the 5th of August. Very excited to welcome a number of guest from overseas Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
Hi all, long time no speak! I've just started studying Dance at De Montfort Uni in Leicester (after much struggle and debate discussed in previous posts from the last year) and I'm enjoying it so far (I literally only started on Monday). But although I'm in every day and have a practical class every day, most of my days finish at around 1pm, and then I don't know what to do with myself for the rest of it! I've been to dance society tasters this week however most of these are designed for people who aren't typically dancers and just want to keep it as a hobby; this also costs a certain amount to join and go to each class and is not lead by dance professionals but by current students. When I accepted my uni place my original plan was always to reapply for vocational after my first year, but obviously I'd need to start applying and thinking about auditions now or in the next couple of months, and I don't know if I can put myself through that again? It was such an emotional rollercoaster the first time around! Basically what I'm saying is, I'm considering reapplying for vocational training because I'm not convinced I'm going to get enough practical hours in here at uni, without going to find another dance school and paying for evening classes (something I am looking into). Any advice? Thanks!
Dear parents/guardians of young dancers, It may be of interest that - from October 2014 - Spirit Young Performers Company will be launching an Elite Dance Troupe. The performers selected for this troupe will perform in professionally filmed showcases and represent us at prestigious live events. We're looking for skilled dancers aged 10-17 who are dynamic and compelling performers. These dancers will train and rehearse with us every Sunday in Central London from 4pm - 6pm, working on jazz, contemporary, lyrical and modern routines. Performances will be professionally filmed every term and released to thousands of viewers and subscribers on our online channel. We are also lined up to perform at competitions and prestigious live events. For those who do not know, Spirit Young Performers Company is an acclaimed performing arts school, best known for filming our performances with a professional multi-camera filmcrew for invaluable showcase. We will be auditioning for the Elite Dance Troupe in July. To register your interest, please visit our website. Kind regards, Sophie Boyce Director - Spirit Young Performers Company http://www.spiritypc.co.uk