Redbookish Posted July 30, 2008 Report Share Posted July 30, 2008 Someone I dance with who is an excellent organiser is thinking about setting up an intensive weekend for beginning to improver adult ballet students. It would be designed to teach all those things that are generaly drilled into 8-10 year olds, but which adult beginners find are often rushed over in the usual open classes. Possibly a sort of "Everything you wanted to know about ballet but were afraid to ask" The thinking is that beginner to improver dancers often find that the jump to more advanced classes is tough. I know that they've not been invited to the current extra summer classes that I'm doing at the moment, as these are at Elementary/Intermediate level (oh yes, on Monday our teacher asked for doubles in all pirouettes). It would be based in the Midlands, where there are excellent teachers, lovely studios, easy transport links, and cheapish accommodation (compared with, say, London). Just testing to see what interest there might be? What would you be looking for if you were interested in this? Timing? Costs? To give you an idea of cost, currently our 90 minute summer classes (w/o live pianist) are £8 per class. Quote Link to comment
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.