- Mar 13, 2021
- Free, suggested donation of $5
Ages 10 – 14
Saturday, 10:00 – 11:15 a.m.
This intermediate class is for those who have fundamental knowledge and/or some experience in ballet, and are curious about coming back into ballet or looking to advance their skills and hone their technique. The workshop will consist of a warm up/barrework, center work, and then some exercises across the floor. The instructor will also provide anecdotal information about what dancing pre-professionally looks like, past experiences, with time for questions from those who are interested in learning more.
- Session: one-time workshop meeting on March 13, 2021
- Cost: Free, suggested donation of $5. Click here to visit CCAC’s online donation page.
- Class Size: Maximum of 15 students enrolled
- How to Register: Visit the workshop Zoom registration page by clicking here.
To attend virtual class:
Follow the registration instructions above. Link to attend workshop will be emailed to you directly. Workshop is hosted using Zoom, and can be attended from a computer, iPad, or smartphone; you will need to download the Zoom Mobile App. We recommend testing Zoom on your device prior to the start of class by clicking here.
About the Instructor: Alice King
I have been dancing for the past seven years, but I started ballet when I was four years old and continued it intermittently throughout childhood. I am from a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio called Lakewood, which is home to my dance studio Dance Lakewood. I was on a competition team there and have experience with ballet, acrobatics, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, musical theatre, and hip hop. I am currently a freshman at the University of Cincinnati studying Applied Mathematics as well as several foreign languages. I have experience teaching and helping out in ballet classes for little kids (3-5 years old) and I also have experience babysitting and caring for children as old as 13 years old.