DANC 304
Ballet III Technique for Intermediate/Advanced Dancers Fall 2021 (also offered Spring 2022)

Class Details

Designed for dancers who have achieved intermediate/advanced level of ballet technique, and who are interested in working with spirit, perseverance, and joy. Everyone at the appropriate level is welcome! Class includes barre work, center and traveling exercises that incorporate adage, pirouettes, petit and grand allegro*. Proper alignment and rigorous but safe application of technique are expected, as is an openness to continuing to develop artistic expression. (Additional pointe work available if applicable and requested.) Students are encouraged to work safely and correctly within their individual abilities so that artistry, musicality and the dynamics in ballet are explored. The classes have live piano accompaniment.
The Class: Format: studio; This class can be repeated and meets for the full semester, twice per week. May be taken for PE (2 credits) or partial academic credit. Partial academic credit does NOT go towards the required # for graduation, but will appear on final transcripts. If PE, register through the PE dept. Otherwise, students must contact instructors for permission to be put on roster and must attend the first class meeting.
Limit: 15
Expected: 8
Class#: 1426
Grading: pass/fail option only
Requirements/Evaluation: Robust participation and individual progress with the material, concepts, and technique
Prerequisites: minimum of three years prior experience in ballet or permission of instructor
Enrollment Preferences: students who have at least three years experience in ballet; students with prior engagement with Dance Department
Unit Notes: May be taken for PE or partial academic credit. If PE, register through the PE dept. Otherwise, students must contact instructors for permission to be put on roster and must attend the first class meeting.
Materials/Lab Fee: Ballet class attire (i.e., leotards, tights/leggings, slippers and/or pointe shoes)--students are responsible for acquiring personal clothing and shoes. Est. cost $75-150.
Distributions: No divisional credit

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