Ballet for Dancers

Monday through Friday
10:00–11:30
Saturday & Sunday
11:00–12:30


13.01.–26.01.20 Edwin Mota
27.01.–02.02.20 Laurent Guilbaud
03.02–09.02.20 Johan King Silverhult
10.02.–23.02.20 Edwin Mota
24.02.–01.03.20 Susana Riazuelo
02.03.–08.03.20 Elvis Val
09.03.–22.03.20 Edwin Mota

 

Monday, Wednesday & Friday
14:00–15:30


27.01.20  Oren Lazovski
29.01.20 Master Class with Igal Perry
31.01.20 Oren Lazovski
03., 05., 07.02.20 Kevin Quinaou
10., 12., 14.02.20 Elvis Val
17., 19., 21.02.20 Kevin Quinaou
24., 26., 28.02.20 Sagi Gross
02., 04., 06.03.20 Oren Lazovski
09., 11., 13.03.20 Johanna Hwang
16., 18., 20.03.20 Fabio Palombo
23., 25., 27.03.20 Gentian Doda
30.03, 01., 03.04.20 Martin Buczko
06., 08., 10.04.20 Johanna Hwang
13., 15., 17.04.20 Yuri Shimaoka
20., 22., 24.04.20 Jo Siska

 

This course provides training in various styles of classical dance. We focus in particular on the correct execution of movement, coordination, motivation, being in the inner and outer flow of the movement and on the consolidation and refinement of technique and conditioning, so that you’ll be in a position to join a dance company at any time. The Classical Training for Professional Dancers course is an open class, so you can come whenever you want and pay per session. The classes have a high tempo and are pitched to dancers with a high level of technical ability so we ask you only to participate if you’ve received a professional dance education. The morning ballet training is accompanied by a pianist on three days in the week.