Ballet Class for Teenagers & Adults – Higher Levels
For teenagers and adults.
Course Details :
Starting : Thursday 25th January 2024
Class Dates : 25th January, 1st February 8th February, 15th January.
Time : 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Venue : Dance Studio, BHASVIC Sixth Form College, Old Shoreham Road Hove, BN3 6EG
Weeks in course : 4 weeks
What to Expect
This class is for students who ideally have several years of previous experience in ballet, or have taken exams at Grade 5 and above. This class will work along the BBODance Intermediate Foundation/Intermediate level and have a combination of syllabus, free work, repertoire, strengthening and pre-pointe work preparation,
Instructors are qualified Dance Teachers, carefully selected for their expertise and experience within the industry and carry full enhanced DBS checks.
Students will gain strength, control, stamina, musicality, performance, presentation, confidence, increased posture and flexibility whilst expanding their technical knowledge of classical ballet and improving their overall fitness and mental well being.
What to Wear
Either the BBS adult uniform that can be purchased through our school shop, or a leotard and tights of your choice. An optional skirt or warm up shorts may be worn. Please ensure hair is tied neatly away from the face, preferably in a ballet bun.
We withhold the right to change the time and location of the class or cancel entirely at short notice as per our Terms & Conditions as we see necessary.
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Please refer to our full Terms & Conditions for more information.
Student Discount – am I eligible?
(You will need to provide evidence of your student status)
To be eligible for an 16+ student discount at Brighton Ballet School you must be aged 16 or over, registered with an education establishment and be :
A full-time student registered and studying on a higher education course with a university or college enrolled on a full-time course made up of at least 15 tuition-led and/or structured learning hours a week over at least 14 weeks
Receiving NHS bursary money*, either as a full-time or part-time student,
A full-time postgraduate student (for example, studying or writing up for 15 or more hours a week)
Possess a valid NUS, or student card with at least 6 weeks of your course remaining.