Dance classes with South West Dance Theatre

 

 

Amateur or pro we have classes to train the body,refresh the mind and let the soul sing!

 

There's also a chance to meet fellow dance fans in the city as well as dancers in the company. 

 

contact info@southwestdancetheatre.com or 07798 783218 for more details

 

 

Cecchetti ballet classes - back!

 

Sleeping Beauty special Sep 7, 14, 21, 28th

 

- now part of  

 

     

 

General level - some ballet experience recommended.

 

 

8:00-9:30pm

 

How much?

£6 drop in

£20 all 4 classes

 

(£5/£15 concs)

Pay online (right) or on the door

 

Where?

Fitness4Less

15-29 Union St,

Bristol

BS1 2DF

 

All levels welcome, some experience helpful

 

 

This is a vigorous sumptuous ballet class drawing largely on Cecchetti ballet technique - training exercises for strength and coordination that have an innately lavish dance quality that is very satisfying for dancers

 

Class music comes from a range of blues,soul, rock and pop, electro and classical to emphasise the quality aimed for in the exercise.

 

Following an hour of barre and centre exercises attendees are welcome to stay to learn excerpts from Sleeping Beauty - both the classical Petipa choreography and more modern takes fusing ballet technique with contemporary influences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"The Cecchetti work has given me strength, discipline and co-ordination. It wasn't until I got into the Royal Ballet Company that I realized how lucky I was to have had that training."

 - Darcy Bussell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

image courtesy of Derwood photography

 

 

 

 

course/single class

 

Classes taughby

Anna Demming Davis

Anna trained in classical ballet from the age of three attending Cecchetti classes at Chelsea Ballet Schools (where she later taught) and later K Ballet, Tokyo National Ballet, as well taking classes in London with teachers including Joan Hewson and teacher training tuition with Cara Drower. She has taught classical ballet on and off for the past 10 years.

 


 

 

 

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