Classical Ballet Info & Schedule
All About Classical Ballet at UDA
Classical Ballet provides the technical foundation and quality of movement which supports most genres of dance. In ballet levels 1-4, our focus is to developing a strong technical foundation and proper body alignment. In ballet levels 5 and up we layer the focus of artistry and performance. In addition to the many physical benefits of classical training, ballet helps develop the mind and attitude of the dancer with discipline, focus and appreciation of structure which are critical attributes for a dancers success. Ballet training is essential for any dancer who wants to excel in jazz and contemporary styles as the technique and vocabulary for these disciplines come from ballet.
Ballet classes for Levels 1 – Advanced are held twice a week (one recital and one technique class). Recreational ballet classes (for dancers in grades 1st-4th) and Beginning Level 1 and 2 classes (for novice teens) are once a week ballet classes that participate in the end of year recital.
Please Note: If Beginning Level, novice dancers are serious about mainstreaming into the UDA intermediate and advanced ballet levels they are strongly encouraged to add the Beginning Ballet Intensive 1-2 class (as a second technical ballet class each week).
2019 - 2020 Classical Ballet Class Schedule
ALL CLASSES AT SOUTH JORDAN STUDIO
Recreational Ballet - No Pairs - Levels 1 to 4 (1st - 4th Grades)
Classical Ballet - Paired Classes - Levels 1 to 6 (1st - 6th Grades)
Beginning Levels - For Novice PreTeen & Teen Dancers (5th - 12th Grades)
Intermediate & Advanced Levels (7th - 12th Grades)
Classical Ballet Classes for Performance Program Dancers
Classes are subject to change or be cancelled based on studio enrollment and teacher requirements. Enrolled participants of changed or cancelled classes will be provided with alternative class options.