Balance, Poise, Strength, Elevation, Flexibility, and Artistry
Classical ballet training based on the Russian system along with a full program line up of study in complementary dance forms
Classical ballet emphasizes fluid, graceful movements and long lines, along with strict adherence to correct form and technique, especially turn-out of the legs. There's also a focus on narrative and storytelling achieved through dramatic visuals and complex choreography.
Modern dance is a younger art form than ballet and the movement style centers on the dancer's own interpretations instead of the standardized movements and structured steps of classical or traditional ballet. However, Modern dance does use many of the classical vocabulary and terminology.
Contemporary Ballet is a genre of dance that incorporates elements of both classical ballet and modern dance. ... Contemporary ballet has roots in the classical technique and vocabulary, but uses those roots as a place to explore, experiment, and challenge tradition.
Invite Only Program
Pre-point classes are offered to ballet students who are not yet on pointe to further develop and strengthen the muscles necessary to go en pointe. Pre-pointe classes stress correct alignment and correct classical ballet technique