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Students will gain intermediate knowledge of ballet technique: fundamentals of posture and alignment; the use of dynamics; transfer of weight and gravity and floor work.
Aims of the course
Students will learn the technical vocabulary used in this dance style, will develop musicality and spatial awareness by following different step patterns and will dance sequences and group formations. References to the historical development of the style and its connection with other dance genres from different parts of the world will be shared with students to support their understanding of the style and technique.
There will be an initial assessment followed by on-going assessment of progress and achievement. This course will also include:
Structured opportunities for self -evaluation
Use of video as a reflective tool
End of course feedback, evaluation and review.
Your tutor can be approached for additional information and advice during the course. You can progress to: intermediate ballet and other dance courses elsewhere.
Some ballet experience: a brief audition/interview to determine that this course is at the correct level for you.
Course will take place in the purpose-built dance studio at the Southwark Campus, with ballet barres and a sprung floor.
Process for Application
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