Our Ballet Program inspires a life-long love of dance and promotes creativity, self-confidence and life-potential. Using age and developmentally appropriate curriculum, children are introduced to classical music and ballet. Students develop coordination, muscle strength, gross motor skills, rhythm, listening skills and spatial awareness. The fundamentals of classical ballet are gradually introduced with each level building upon the next, so that students will gain the essential skills needed for success in future dance training.

Schedule and tuition prices

Dress code

Pre-Primary Ballet

For kids 4 – 5 years old | 30 mins

Children learn simple balletic movements using developmentally appropriate curriculum. Classroom etiquette and discipline are encouraged as students learn to take simple instruction from the instructor and share turns with their peers.

This class has a dress code. See link at top of page.

Primary Ballet 1

For kids 5 – 6 years old | 45 mins

Primary Ballet begins the study of classical ballet, combining its teacher-directed basics with lots of imaginative dancing. Dancers work on basic body alignment from the very beginning, to build safe habits for future work. Elementary ballet movements and French ballet vocabulary are introduced with an emphasis on classroom discipline and promotion of self-confidence.

This class has a dress code. See link at top of page.

 

Primary Ballet 2

For kids 6 – 8 years old | 45 mins

Primary Ballet 2 continues and deepens the study of classical ballet begun in Primary 1. The dancers start working on skills to gain strength and balance. The class works on listening skills, responsiveness to directions, and awakening self-control and focus. The second portion of the class centers on gross motor movements, while instilling the joy of dance.

This class has a dress code. See link at top of page.

 

Primary Ballet 3

For kids 7 – 8 years old | 60 mins

Primary Ballet 3 continues to develop the use of turnout and balletic alignment while expanding the young dancers’ knowledge of ballet vocabulary. They continue to work on listening skills, responsiveness to directions, and increased self-control and focus. The gross motor skills become more challenging and balletic, while retaining the joy of movement.

This class has a dress code. See link at top of page.

 

“It’s the heart afraid of breaking that never learns to dance.”

– Xiaolu Guo

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