Classic Ballet Russian Method
Our Classic Ballet classes provides a syllabus following the Russian style of ballet training based on the teachings of Agrippina Vaganova.
Examinations start at Class level. followed by Preliminary and Grade One to Six. In addition to the teaching and development of basic ballet technique the syllabus aims to encourage an appreciation of music, mime and national dance.
Vocational grades, Intermediate Foundation to Advanced Two, are available to further develop technical and performance skills. There is also a series of medal tests catering for all age groups.
Teen beginners Ballet
Provides training for late starters from age 11. Exams can also be entered appropriate to age and ability.
Different levels of difficulty including absolute beginner to advanced.
Ballet fit exams may also be entered.
Pointe work begins when a dancer has had time to achieve form, strength, and alignment needed to make a successful transition into pointe work. In order to maintain proper technique needed for pointe work, it is compulsory to attend at least two ballet classes per week
Junior/Senior/Adult - Bronze, Silver and Gold