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INFANT DANCE HOUR Beverley Hall School, Saturday 11.30am-12.30pm

JUNIOR BALLET Trinity School, Saturday 12.30-1.30pm

INTERS BALLET Beverley Hall School, Saturday 12.30-1.30pm

SENIOR BALLET Trinity School, Saturday 4.30-5.30pm

SENIOR BALLET Beverley Hall School, Saturday 4.30-5.30pm

Ballet will benefit both the mind and body of your child.  Ballet promotes discipline whilst developing poise, posture, flexibility, strength and balance.

One of the most famous lines in the groundbreaking musical A Chorus Line states that ‘everything was beautiful at the ballet’ and they’re not wrong.

Created and refined at the court of King Louis XIV, Ballet is the true mastery of expression through the physical form.  Few cannot fail to admire the grace of a ballerina en Pointe or the strength of a principal male dancer as he jetés through the air.  The pirouettes and arabesques of ballet are not only visually exquisite, but they also encourage focus, commitment, discipline and stamina.

As an art form Ballet is incredibly diverse.  What small child is not immediately captured and charmed by the classical Ballet stories The Nutcracker or Coppelia?  But Ballet reaches out across the performance genres too.  The movies The Red Shoes, West Side Story, American in Paris and Hans Christian Anderson all feature revolutionary Ballet choreography on film.

Accomplished Ballet stars have historically become household names. We can all picture the greats, Darcy Bussell, Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev to name but a few, but they all began the same way; with simple plies and degages at the barre.

Ballet is a true storytelling art form, where techniques informs communication and the charm begins from the very first time you put your own ballet shoes on.