Fall 2008 THE242 - BALLET: BEGINNING

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Section 0727 in Ukiah
2.00 unit class runs from 08/18/2008 to 12/17/2008
Method of Instruction: Lecture/Laboratory

Class Meeting Times
Days From To Room Instructor





M W 4:00 pm 6:00 pm 800 Ukiah Turner K

Course Description

Fundamentals of classical ballet technique; basic positions, body
placement, barre' exercises, simple steps and combinations essential to
the development of the ballet dancer with an overview of the history of
ballet. Development of an appreciation of all forms of ballet, both in
Western and non-Western cultures, concentrating on personal response, both
emotional and intellectual, to various ballet styles, dances, and
performers of ballet.

Additional Information

Classical ballet is the foundation for traditional dance forms from Jazz
to Modern Dance and even Tap. Improve your technique for performances,
learn skills to be a "Triple Threat" or just enjoy a well-balanced,
professional quality ballet class. Styles from Cecchetti to Bournonville,
Vaganova and more are taught along with contemporary influences.



Days Legend
M - Monday; T - Tuesday; W - Wednesday; Th - Thursday; F - Friday; S - Saturday
TBA - To be arranged; SUN - Sunday only; DHR - By arrangment
DAILY - Monday - Friday; ALL - Monday - Sunday

 





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