Ballet 2

Ballet 2

Instructor

Glenda Cajigal

Bio

Schedule(3)

  • Monday

    04.00 - 05.00

  • Wednesday

    04.00 - 05.00

  • Saturday

    12.30 - 01.30

Ages Group:
From 6 to 7 years old

Instructor:
Glenda Cajigal

Schedule:
Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:00 to 5:00 P.M.
Saturdays from 12:30 to 1:30 P.M.

Location:
Classes are held at Pinecrest Community Center.

Class Description:
This class helps students to continue developing their Ballet skills.  In this class, the students will be challenged with more difficult movements.  They will learn more complex combinations with a variety of music, in order to prepare them to participate in shows and performances.  Also, we will keep teaching them how to create and discover new movements and put them in choreographies.

Dress Code:
Purple leotard with lavender straight, purple skirt, pink tights and pink ballet slippers.  Uniforms are available for purchase before and after the class.

Students must have hair up and away from your neck and face to create an elegant line. A bun is always our preferred hairstyle.

No Jewelry (except small stud earrings). Dangling earrings and hoops are strictly forbidden due to safety reasons.

Additional Information:
Students’ progress through these Ballet levels similar to grades in an academic school; however, all students move at different rates.  Some spend more than two years in one level while the mind and the body learn to work together; some may progress much faster.  When the student has learned the ballet technique appropriate for each level and when the student’s body has become strong enough to accomplish those movements, then the student is moved to the next level after passing the end of year test.  Advancement is based on ability, not age.  In this way, the student begins to assimilate the layers of knowledge that form the foundation of ballet.

There is a recommended number of hours per week for each level to keep up with the class.  The more hours devoted to practice each week will generally increase advancement through the levels more rapidly than those devoting less time to study.