Winter 2019

Location Name Class Days
Studio 2
Intermediate II Repertory
This class will learn repertory from a variety of PVB ballets and as well as classical ballet repertory. Dancers must attend technique class before repertory. By placement only.
Ages 10-15
Monday
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 3
Pre-Ballet
In Pre-Ballet, children use the elements of rhythm, dynamics, space and shape to explore different movement forms. The instructor uses techniques specific for this age group to develop strength, stretch, grace, coordination, and movement.
Ages 5-5
Tuesday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 3
Ballet Introduction
In Ballet Introduction, children take the next steps in developing poise and musicality in a fun and creative environment. The instructor introduces children to a creative yet disciplined classroom structure that challenges their curious minds while introducing age-appropriate dance material. The students express themselves physically through exercises intended to increase their coordination, strength, flexibility, and awareness of spatial concepts while beginning their understanding of classical ballet. The strong emphasis on musicality and rhythmic timing increases their ability to listen to and dance with the music. Students do not receive evaluations and usually progress to the next class based on their age.
Ages 6-6
Tuesday
5:15 PM to 6:00 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 3
Community Ballet 4/5 year olds (Tue)
This is the perfect session for your little one to try out ballet. Designed for young children, our program offers the balance between ballet technique and young movement class. Dancers will wear pink leotards, pink tights, pink ballet shoes and hair off of the face. Boys can wear black stretch pants and a white t-shirt.
Ages 4-5
Tuesday
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 2
Ballet 1
Ballet 1 offers children a challenging and disciplined classroom structure that is appropriately geared to their growing emotional and physical maturity. The students begin to build their knowledge of the basic structure of a ballet class with a growing vocabulary. They work on proper placement of the torso, hips and legs without exceeding their anatomical limitations. They increase coordination of their arms and heads with a concentration on smooth transitions throughout the exercises and epaulement. As they progress through lessons the difficulty and sophistication of the classwork will increase accordingly. In addition to their dance education, students will learn about musicality, ballet terminology, and general stage and theater craft.
Ages 7-7
Wednesday
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 3
Modern
Ages 9+ In this class, we will focus on an anatomical and somatic approach to movement. Students will spend time finding new movement patterns that will complement their ballet training, with an emphasis on line and weight distribution. Phrasework will include moving in and out of the floor, and we will work on material that ranges from big, luscious movement to subtle, intricate details. Students will be barefoot and should wear comfortable clothing, preferably long pants or leggings and bring a long sleeve top. Minimum enrollment is 5 students.
Ages 9-15
Wednesday
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 1
Advanced/Pre-Advanced Repertory
This class will learn repertory from a variety of PVB ballets and as well as classical ballet repertory. Dancers must attend technique class before repertory. By placement only.
Ages 13-22
Monday Wednesday
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 2
Ballet 2
This level offers children a challenging and disciplined classroom structure that is appropriately geared to their growing attention span and physical maturity. The students build upon their previous knowledge of the basic structure of a ballet class with an expanded vocabulary. In extend class sessions, they work on proper placement of the torso, hips and legs without exceeding their anatomical limitations. They increase coordination of their arms and heads with a concentration on smooth transitions throughout the exercises and epaulement. As they progress through lessons the difficulty and sophistication of the classwork will increase accordingly. In addition to their dance education, students will learn about musicality, ballet terminology, and general stage and theater craft. All Ballet III students are encouraged to participate in The Nutcracker and Spring Production as a performance supplement to their training.
Ages 8-13
Tuesday Thursday
4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 2
Ballet 3
This level offers children a challenging and disciplined classroom structure that is appropriately geared to their growing attention span and physical maturity. The students build upon their previous knowledge of the basic structure of a ballet class with an expanded vocabulary. In extend class sessions, they work on proper placement of the torso, hips and legs without exceeding their anatomical limitations. They increase coordination of their arms and heads with a concentration on smooth transitions throughout the exercises and epaulement. As they progress through lessons the difficulty and sophistication of the classwork will increase accordingly. In addition to their dance education, students will learn about musicality, ballet terminology, and general stage and theater craft. All Ballet III students are encouraged to participate in The Nutcracker and Spring Production as a performance supplement to their training.
Ages 9-13
Tuesday Thursday
5:30 PM to 6:45 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 1
Intermediate III Repertory
This class will learn repertory from a variety of PVB ballets and as well as classical ballet repertory. Dancers must attend technique class before repertory. By placement only.
Ages 13-15
Tuesday Thursday
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 2
Intermediate IA Technique
Intermediate I ballet class builds on those learned in the basic classes while increasing speed and complexity. New steps are introduced at each level of Intermediate. Students continue to develop strength, and stretch while greater concentration is placed on total body line. Dancers build a self awareness and self-discipline. Students usually spend 1-2 years at each intermediate level class. Dancers who are not 9 may be placed in the class depending upon experience and training.
Ages 9-14
M 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Tu 5:30 PM-6:45 PM
Th 5:30 PM-6:45 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 1
Advanced/PreAdvanced Variations
This class will learn choreography from a variety of PVB ballets and other ballet variations. There is a minimal warm-up. Dancers should prepare to take class before Variations or come to give a warm-up before class begins.
Ages 13-22
Friday
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 2
Intermediate IB Repertory
This class will learn repertory from a variety of PVB ballets and as well as classical ballet repertory. Dancers must attend technique class before repertory. By placement only.
Ages 10-14
Friday
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 3
Intermediate II Pointe
Students begin pointe work at this level if technique and strength are consistent. Students work at the barre to prepare to move toward center work. Students in this class must take a minimum of two ballet technique classes per week to participate. Note: Students currently in Intermediate II who are in pre-pointe shoes should register for this class in preparation for pointe work during the course of this year.
Ages 10-15
Friday
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 2
Intermediate IB Technique
Register for this class if you will take all three classes at a reduced rate. Intermediate I ballet class builds on those learned in the basic classes while increasing speed and complexity. New steps are introduced at each level of Intermediate. Students continue to develop strength, and stretch while greater concentration is placed on total body line. Dancers build a self awareness and self-discipline.
Ages 10-14
M 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
W 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
F 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 3
Intermediate II Technique
Intermediate II ballet class builds on those learned in the basic classes while increasing speed and complexity. New steps are introduced at each level of Intermediate. Students continue to develop strength, and stretch while greater concentration is placed on total body line. There is a new emphasis on emerging sense of style and how line relates to steps of dance. Dancers build a self awareness and self-discipline.
Ages 10-14
M 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Th 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
F 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Beauty and the Beast Audition Community Ballet-Int 1A
This is to register for auditions at the PVB studios on Saturday January 12th from 10-11am for PVB students Community Ballet through Intermediate 1A. Community Ballet, Pre Ballet, Ballet Intro, and Ballet 1 will be from 10:30-11am. Ballet 2, Ballet 3, and Intermediate 1A will be from 10-10:30am. Students must be enrolled in a class for the Winter Session.
Ages 4-13
Saturday
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Jan 2 to Mar 15
Studio 2
Intermediate III pointe
Students continue pointe work at this level if technique and strength are consistent. Students work at the barre to prepare to move toward center work. Dancers may proceed to a fuller range of steps in pointe work. Students in this class must take a minimum of three ballet technique classes per week to participate.
Ages 12-15
Saturday
11:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 3
Community Ballet 4/5 year olds (Sat)
This is the perfect session for your little one to try out ballet. Designed for young children, our program offers the balance between ballet technique and young movement class. Dancers will wear pink leotards, pink tights, pink ballet shoes and hair off of the face. Boys can wear black stretch pants and a white t-shirt.
Ages 4-5
Saturday
11:15 AM to 12:00 PM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 1
Intermediate III Technique
Intermediate III ballet class builds on those learned in the basic classes while increasing speed and complexity. New steps are introduced at each level of Intermediate. Students continue to develop strength, and stretch while greater concentration is placed on total body line. There is a new emphasis on emerging sense of style and how line relates to steps of dance. Dancers build a self awareness and self-discipline. The goal in this level is to produce a "polished" dancer who has a strong technique, good performing skills,and works intelligently. All Intermediate dancers are encouraged to audition for The Nutcracker and the Spring Production as a performance supplement to their training.
Ages 12-15
Tu 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Th 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Sa 9:00 AM-10:30 AM
Jan 2 to Mar 16
Studio 1
Advanced/Pre-Advanced Technique
By placement only. Contact the studio for a placement class. In Advanced Ballet, the technique classes develop as each student matures and takes on professional approach towards the study of classical ballet. Barre and center exercises increase in both difficulty and artistry in order to challenge the students' increasing mental, expressive, and physical capabilities. A more mature sense of musicality and quality of movement is emphasized with a goal of continuing to develop suppleness and smooth graceful movements, coordination of the head, arms, legs, body, and the use of epaulement. The students will develop strong classical lines and solid anatomical placement, as well as virtuoso jumps and beats. In addition, this level emphasizes the development of the students' awareness of choreographic concepts, training dancers to be quick studies who can embrace any choreographic style. Advanced students also learn variations from the ballet repertoire. All Advanced dancers are encouraged to participate in The Nutcracker and the Spring Production as a performance supplement to their training.
Ages 13-22
M 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
W 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
F 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Sa 9:00 AM-11:00 AM
Jan 2 to Mar 16


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