Central School Of Ballet

Course Outline

A Central Dance Day is an opportunity for young dancers from 12 to 16 years to learn more about life in full-time dance training.


Dates for 2017/2018


London

Sunday 19 November 2017, 10.00am-5.00pm

Central School of Ballet, London

TUTORS ANNOUNCED

Ballet Tutor- Christopher Marney, Artistic Director of Ballet Central and Former New Adventures Principal

Pointe Work Tutor- Elia Luyando, Head of Senior School

Contemporary Tutor- Stefano Rosato, Senior School Contemporary Tutor


Leeds

Saturday 10 February 2018, 2.00pm-7.30pm

Northern Ballet, Leeds

TUTORS ANNOUNCED

Ballet Tutor - Resmi Malko, Senior School Men's Ballet Tutor,


Get Involved

Dance Days are a day of taster classes held around the UK. Participants take part in a ballet and contemporary class led by Central School of Ballet Senior School tutors. The ballet class also includes some pointe work and coaching for boys. The days are designed to encourage and inspire your current dance training.

The First Step

Our workshops can also give a taste of Central auditions and classes. Many Central students have their first experience of our unique atmosphere and teaching methods at Dance Days.

Ask The Experts

The workshops include time for you to ask questions, and both your parents and your dance teachers are welcome to watch and take part in discussions.

Guests will be allowed to watch the day for a charge of £5.00 cash on the day.

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