The Balladine Dance School has a new base. It is opening the winter semester in the building on the corner of the streets Hilleho and tř. Kpt. Jaroše. This year’s timetable includes classical ballet for children and adults. Something new is the course Variations, led by Vendula Vlasáková. The offer of contemporary dance has been expanded to include a course for children.
The Balladine Dance School’s new timetable includes classical ballet for children and adults at all levels, pointe shoe course, ballet barre fitness and a stretching course. New this year is the course Variations, which covers classical modern and original choreography led by Vendula Vlasáková. Contemporary dance has been expanded to include a course for children aged 7 – 15. Contemporary dance includes many approaches and techniques, makes use of elements of other dance styles and respects the personal dance expression of each child, supporting creativity and a deeper awareness of their own bodies. Teachers at Balladine can also speak English, offering some of their courses in bilingual form, and others only in English. “We are expanding teaching in English to give an opportunity to foreign students and foreigners to get involved in cultural and social life in Brno and at the same time to enrich our dance community,” stated the director of Balladine.
Another new course is the Movement Course for Parents with Children. The course is made up of brief warm-ups with various types of exercise and dance. Children can try the basics of yoga, aerobics and ballet.
Current information can be found on the website of the studio.
Balladine begins the winter semester on 17 September 2018.