Introducing our NEW Preparatory Contemporary Movement Workshop!
NEW this session, we are adding a contemporary dance class for our Preparatory students. This Contemporary Movement Workshop meets for four weeks and is offered as an add-on option for our enrolled Preschool Ballet students.
This workshop serves to introduce our beginning level dancers to the intuitive, expressive, and dynamic movements of contemporary dance. During this four week workshop, dancers will attend age appropriate lessons that expand upon their developing knowledge of classical ballet by broadening their movement vocabulary to include concepts such as oppositional force, counter balance, floor work, improvisation and using pedestrian and natural movements to complement and expand their ballet skills.
The Contemporary Movement Workshop for Preparatory Ballet dancers meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:00-6:45pm on Wednesday, September 21, September 28, October 5 and October 12. Students must also be enrolled in a Preparatory Ballet class.
Enrollment - Contemporary Movement Workshop
Open to school age male and female children who are concurrently enrolled in our Preparatory Ballet fall session. Children must must be born between September 12, 2010 and September 11, 2019, and must be willing to participate independently without an adult.
Classes meet for four weeks from 6:00-6:45pm on September 21, September 28, October 5 and October 12.
Drop-off and pick-up
Parents should bring their child into the Project Ballet lobby and wait for class to begin. Please plan to arrive about five minutes early to change into ballet shoes and take off your coat, etc. A minute or two before class is scheduled to start, our staff will take attendance and have the children line-up in the lobby to head into the classroom. Once the children have left with their teacher to begin class, parents are free to leave or you may wait in our lobby for the duration of the class. Please make sure to return promptly at the end of class. Your child's teacher will bring them back out to the lobby when class is over.
The last 15 minutes of the final (fourth) class will be open for observation by family and friends. Observation attendees will be able to video record and take photographs during that time.
Dress code is identical to what is worn in Preparatory Ballet class.
Female dancers are required to wear pink ballet slippers, pink ballet tights and a black leotard. Pink tights must have feet. Black leotards may be any style, however leotards may NOT have attached skirts, shorts, or tutus. Just a plain bathing-suit style leotard, please. Simple rhinestones or bows, etc. are permitted, and any style sleeves are permitted. Ballet slippers can be purchased at Standing Ovation Performance Apparel, at stores such as WalMart or Target, or online. Long hair should be pulled back off the face in a ballet bun, pony tail, or similar style.
Male dancers are required to wear a plain white undershirt style short-sleeve or long-sleeve t-shirt, black basketball shorts, white socks, and black or white ballet slippers. Please select a t-shirt size that is not too baggy or oversized, so that the teacher can easily see your child's movements. Ballet slippers can be purchased at Standing Ovation Performance Apparel, at stores such as WalMart or Target, or online. Long hair should be pulled back off the face in a ballet bun, pony tail, or similar style.
- Students may not attend if they are ill or if they have been placed under quarantine. In the case of quarantine or illness, there will not be a virtual option and your child will not receive a make-up lesson or a refund.
- If government Covid restrictions were to prevent us from gathering in-person, a virtual option will be offered at the same date and time as your normal in-person class.
- Project Ballet does not require masks. However, if the government were to issue a mask mandate, we would comply.