DANC 204
Ballet II Intermediate Technique Spring 2022

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Class Details

This course is for students who have reached an intermediate level of ballet and are serious about continued progression in their technique and artistry and interested in working with spirit, perseverance, and joy. ANY student with adequate prior knowledge is welcome to this class! Proper alignment and rigorous but safe application of technique are stressed. Classes will follow the traditional ballet class format of barre work proceeding into center work*; vocabulary, ability and stamina will be built in a safe but challenging atmosphere. Students will be guided to work safely and correctly with their individual abilities. The classes have live piano accompaniment.
The Class: Format: studio; Full semester participation, pass/fail or PE credit.
Limit: 12
Expected: 8
Class#: 3374
Grading: pass/fail option only
Requirements/Evaluation: Robust participation and individual progress with material, technique and deeper understanding of concepts
Prerequisites: Ballet I and/or prior experience in ballet, and permission of instructor.
Enrollment Preferences: students who have taken level I, placement class with instructor or permission based on prior training
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 (students should purchase their own clothing); Est. cost: $75
Distributions: No divisional credit

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