Dance partners on stage and off, Jennifer Carlynn Kronenberg and Carlos Miguel Guerra, present a detailed guide with practical advice, historical context and personal philosophy on the ballet pas de deux.
Expanding upon her Pre-Pointe Primer series, Angeline helps you introduce important information and make a big event out of something which is extremely important to your students with her breakdown for a full day’s workshop for your pre-pointe students.
A brief overview of the history and founding of The Royal Ballet School, as established by Ninette de Valois during the early 20th century, as well as information on a new lecture series that examines the French, Italian, Danish and Russian Schools, and how they influenced the development of the English School method of training.
Find out why holding a Pre-Pointe seminar before your students are permitted to buy their pointe shoes is a great idea and what to include to present a comprehensive and rewarding introduction to this new and exhilarating phase of your students’ dancing careers.
Every dancer has their favorite dance movies and documentaries. Juliette Clark, a dedicated ballet teacher and dance blogger at BalletScoop, offer her top three in the ballet genre, explaining their usefulness in the classroom as well as why they inspire her. See if you share Juliette’s enthusiasm for these titles and list your own favorites!
ballet dancer’s makeup should accentuate and enhance the NATURAL three dimensional shape of the eye. This allows the audience to follow the ballerina’s gaze. As her eyes and head follow through each position of her dance the audience needs to know if her eyes are open, closed, looking in a certain direction or at a specific character.