Summer 2022

Name
Days
Location
Adult Beginning Ballet
Have you always wanted to try ballet, but something kept you back? Did you take ballet when you were a kid and have spent years meaning to get back into it? We joyfully welcome people of all ages, shapes, and sizes to discover or rediscover how fun and fulfilling ballet can be! Trying new things is hard, so we prioritize a safe, supportive, and encouraging environment, and our instructors are caring and experienced.

Thursday Beginning Ballet is geared towards students completely new to dance, or students desiring a slower, more methodical approach. Monday High Beginning Ballet is geared towards continuing students, people with a little prior dance experience, or students seeking a faster-paced challenge.

Both classes may be taken in tandem to reinforce learning and add more dance to one’s week! Classes are taught with an emphasis on accumulative learning, and steps are broken down clearly and logically. Students must register for the entire session.

COVID-19 note: We hope to hold these classes partially or wholly in-person. However, safety is our first priority, and Dance Fremont will take into account the vaccination rate vs the infection rate and the effect of new virus variations before making any final decisions. If we are in-person, we will present a remote option for anyone who feels that is not an appropriate option for themselves.
Thursday
7:00 PM to 8:15 PM
Exit Space NEST Studio B
CREATIVE DANCE CAMP - Under the Sea
Children develop their physical and creative skills through dance, imaginative storytelling, and crafts. Be a princess or prince, or a mouse or a pumpkin, and more in Cinderella week; leap like a dolphin, glide like a mermaid, explore like a sailor in Under the Sea week—inventiveness and play encouraged! The week will culminate in showing for friends and family.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
STORYBOOK DANCE CAMP for AGES 5-7 (Alice in Wonderland)
Children engage their creativity and explore basic ballet and modern dance technique through beloved ballet stories such as Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty (week 1) or through the adventurous world of Alice in Wonderland (week2)! Storytelling will spark their imaginations and build their dance skills as they embody different characters and create engaging scenes! This is a gentle and fun introduction to the performing arts, incorporating time for crafts and other activities during the day. The week will culminate in a performance for friends and family.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Pointe Jumpstart Wk. 1
For dancers who are interested in starting pointe, or have recently started pointe, this is an opportunity to focus on your strength and technique to get a jump start on your school year pointework! The program will augment ballet class with training focused on building foot strength and articulation, core strength, and more. It is ideal for dancers who have started pointe in the last year or two and want to gain confidence in their pointe shoes, and for dancers who are interested in starting pointe and want to build the necessary strength and skill to bring their goal closer! Dancers will receive an individualized assessment of their pointe readiness or their pointe technique at the end of the program.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 4 years of current dance training, or attainment of an intermediate level of ballet technique equivalent to DF level 3 or above. If unsure of level, contact us at info@dancefremont.com
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Pointe Jumpstart Wk. 2
For dancers who are interested in starting pointe, or have recently started pointe, this is an opportunity to focus on your strength and technique to get a jump start on your school year pointework! The program will augment ballet class with training focused on building foot strength and articulation, core strength, and more. It is ideal for dancers who have started pointe in the last year or two and want to gain confidence in their pointe shoes, and for dancers who are interested in starting pointe and want to build the necessary strength and skill to bring their goal closer! Dancers will receive an individualized assessment of their pointe readiness or their pointe technique at the end of the program.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 4 years of current dance training, or attainment of an intermediate level of ballet technique equivalent to DF level 3 or above. If unsure of level, contact us at info@dancefremont.com
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Springboard Into Fall Week 1
BALLET, POINTE/PRE-POINTE and CONDITIONING

The Springboard into Fall will prepare intermediate to advanced students to hit the ground dancing at full strength by the start of the school year! Ballet will build strength while focusing on the fundamentals of ballet technique and placement, with special attention to safe jumping mechanics. The pointe/pre-pointe and conditioning class will focus on the lower limb strength and articulation, and will integrate other essential conditioning exercises. This class series will not only set your dancer up for their healthiest start to the school year, but will also provide them with a conditioning practice that will serve their dancing well all year long.

TUITION: $225/week Five Day Punch Card: $250

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 5 years of current dance training, or attainment of an intermediate level of ballet technique. Inquire with Dance Fremont if unsure of level.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Springboard Into Fall Week 2
BALLET, POINTE/PRE-POINTE and CONDITIONING

The Springboard into Fall will prepare intermediate to advanced students to hit the ground dancing at full strength by the start of the school year! Ballet will build strength while focusing on the fundamentals of ballet technique and placement, with special attention to safe jumping mechanics. The pointe/pre-pointe and conditioning class will focus on the lower limb strength and articulation, and will integrate other essential conditioning exercises. This class series will not only set your dancer up for their healthiest start to the school year, but will also provide them with a conditioning practice that will serve their dancing well all year long.

DATE/TIME: Monday-Friday 12:30-3:00PM
Week 1: August 22-26
Week 2: August 29-September 2

TUITION: $225/week Five Day Punch Card: $250

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 5 years of current dance training, or attainment of an intermediate level of ballet technique. Inquire with Dance Fremont if unsure of level.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Exploring & Creating Dance Session 2
Dancers will get to try new things in several dance techniques including Ballet, Modern, and Jazz, then exercise their creativity by creating a dance to perform for friends and family at the end of the week! As they learn about basic principles of dance composition, they will practice their new dance skills and develop their individual artistic presence. This one-week, half-day camp is appropriate for the young beginning student who wants to experience different forms of dance in the summer and possibly continue their study into the school year! Emphasis will be placed on body alignment, carriage, quality of movement, musicality and coordination, as well as their own creativity.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Preparatory Dance Session 2
Preparatory continues to explore introductory concepts of ballet and modern dance technique, and adds greater complexity than Primary. Classes encourage creativity and coordination, improve carriage and alignment, and develop ease of movement.
Saturday
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Creative Dance Session 1
Creative dance stimulates children’s spontaneity and self-expression. In a nurturing and playful atmosphere, children discover the joy of dance through the exploration of space, time and energy. A variety of music and props are used to enhance the learning experience.
Saturday
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Studio 2
Exit Space NEST Studio A
Creative Dance Session 2
Creative dance stimulates children’s spontaneity and self-expression. In a nurturing and playful atmosphere, children discover the joy of dance through the exploration of space, time and energy. A variety of music and props are used to enhance the learning experience.
Saturday
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Studio 2
Exit Space NEST Studio A
Primary Dance Session 1
Primary explores introductory concepts of ballet and modern dance technique. Classes encourage creativity and coordination, improve carriage and alignment, and develop ease of movement.
Saturday
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Studio 2
Exit Space NEST Studio A
Primary Dance Session 2
Primary explores introductory concepts of ballet and modern dance technique. Classes encourage creativity and coordination, improve carriage and alignment, and develop ease of movement.
Saturday
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Exit Space NEST Studio A
Stay in Shape Week 2
BALLET/ CONDITIONING/ SUMMER PROGRAM PREP

Ready to bridge the strength gap between the end of spring classes and the beginning of your summer intensive? Just want to continue dancing into summer? Monday – Thursday, the ballet classes will build your stamina and core strength with longer combinations and conditioning work that is incorporated into the class. The instructor will be available after class to give individualized feedback, answer questions about how to prepare for and what to expect in summer intensives, or address other questions students have. For intermediate and advanced students.

DATE/TIME: Monday-Thursday 1:00PM-3:00PM
Week 1: June 20-23
Week 2: June 27-30

TUITION: $145/week. Four Day Punch Card: $160

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 5 years of current dance training, or attainment of an intermediate to advanced level of ballet technique. Inquire with Dance Fremont if unsure of level.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Exit Space Studio Sea
Int/Adv Technique, Conditioning, & Repertory Wk. 1
For dancers looking to immerse themselves in dance, and deepen their artistic and technical abilities! Technique classes in ballet and contemporary dance techniques, conditioning classes representing a variety of modalities, and repertory rehearsal will vault dancers to the next level. Dancers may take one, two, or all three weeks.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 5 years of current dance training, or attainment of an intermediate/advanced level of ballet technique. Inquire with Dance Fremont if unsure of level.

Suitable for Dance Fremont current levels 5 and 6, and level 4 with permission of director and additional recommended summer study.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Exit Space Studio Sea
Int/Adv Technique, Conditioning, & Repertory Wk. 2
For dancers looking to immerse themselves in dance, and deepen their artistic and technical abilities! Technique classes in ballet and contemporary dance techniques, conditioning classes representing a variety of modalities, and repertory rehearsal will vault dancers to the next level. Dancers may take one, two, or all three weeks.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 5 years of current dance training, or attainment of an intermediate/advanced level of ballet technique. Inquire with Dance Fremont if unsure of level.

Suitable for Dance Fremont current levels 5 and 6, and level 4 with permission of director and additional recommended summer study.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Exit Space Studio Sea
Int/Adv Technique, Conditioning, & Repertory Wk. 3
For dancers looking to immerse themselves in dance, and deepen their artistic and technical abilities! Technique classes in ballet and contemporary dance techniques, conditioning classes representing a variety of modalities, and repertory rehearsal will vault dancers to the next level. Dancers may take one, two, or all three weeks.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 5 years of current dance training, or attainment of an intermediate/advanced level of ballet technique. Inquire with Dance Fremont if unsure of level.

Suitable for Dance Fremont current levels 5 and 6, and level 4 with permission of director and additional recommended summer study.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Exit Space Studio Sea
Intermediate Intensive - Week 1
Students will take their abilities to a higher level with classes in ballet, contemporary dance techniques, conditioning, and yoga. They will explore their creativity and artistic presence in repertory rehearsals and by creating their own dance. This workshop is appropriate for lower intermediate to intermediate level dancers who wants to immerse themselves in dancing and take their technique and artistry to new levels! Each week will culminate in a showing for friends and family.

Prerequisites:
Minimum of three years of current ballet training, or attainment of an intermediate level of ballet technique. Inquire with Dance Fremont if unsure of level.

Suitable for Dance Fremont current levels 2, 3, and 4.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Studio 1
Exit Space Studio Sea
Intermediate Intensive - Week 2
Students will take their abilities to a higher level with classes in ballet, contemporary dance techniques, conditioning, and yoga. They will explore their creativity and artistic presence in repertory rehearsals and by creating their own dance. This workshop is appropriate for lower intermediate to intermediate level dancers who wants to immerse themselves in dancing and take their technique and artistry to new levels! Each week will culminate in a showing for friends and family.

Prerequisites:
Minimum of three years of current ballet training, or attainment of an intermediate level of ballet technique. Inquire with Dance Fremont if unsure of level.

Suitable for Dance Fremont current levels 2, 3, and 4.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Studio 1
Exit Space Studio Sea
Adult Beginning Modern
This is a class for people with little or no dance experience who are looking to explore new ways of moving their body and expressing themselves. Trying new things is hard, so we prioritize a safe, supportive, and encouraging environment where you can let go and explore! Through the fundamentals of modern dance technique, from movement patterns on the floor, to traveling boldly through space, class will build your strength, fluidity, balance, coordination, and awareness. You will experience the joy and power of dancing and explore your creative ability by making expressive choices about how you move your body.
Tuesday
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Studio 1
Fremont Abbey Ballard Homestead
Adult Beginning-Intermediate Ballet
Have you always wanted to try ballet, but something kept you back? Did you take ballet when you were a kid and have spent years meaning to get back into it? We joyfully welcome people of all ages, shapes, and sizes to discover or rediscover how fun and fulfilling ballet can be! Trying new things is hard, so we prioritize a safe, supportive, and encouraging environment, and our instructors are caring and experienced.

Thursday Beginning Ballet is geared towards students completely new to dance, or students desiring a slower, more methodical approach. Monday Beginning-Intermediate Ballet is geared towards continuing students, people with a little prior dance experience, or students seeking a faster-paced challenge.

Students must register for the entire session.
Monday
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio 1
Open Flight

2022-2023 Youth Season

Name
Days
Location
Mon Preparatory Dance
Children continue to develop the introductory concepts of ballet and modern dance technique. Increased levels of concentration, introductory composition, group work, and cognitive development are emphasized. Please note: students must be seven at the beginning of the school year to register for Preparatory Dance.

Preparatory Dance is the first year in which dancers may perform in the winter production, The Steadfast Tin Soldier, and the end of year performance, the Rite of Spring! Dancers are highly encouraged to participate in these performances. For more information, contact us at info@dancefremont.com
Monday
3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Mon Ballet III
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.
Monday
4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Mon Ballet VI
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Monday
4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Modern III
Continuing the exploration of the modern dance concepts introduced in preparatory study, longer movement phrases are given along with improvisation and choreography skills. These classes develop from floor barre sequences to dynamic phrases that expand the students′ core strength, agility and the ability to move three dimensionally through space with emotional and textural nuance.
Monday
6:00 PM to 7:15 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Mon Pointe VI
Pointe classes focus on building strength, correct alignment, and articulation of the feet. Students begin working with both hands on the barre, and when students are individually ready, they progress away from the barre to simple work in center. As students advance, more complex barre and center work up to and including classical ballet variations is introduced.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.

The Thursday half-hour Pointe VI class is combined with Pointe V.
Monday
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Dance Composition
Composition is an important skill that develops students' creativity, critical and artistic eye, and dance technique, and is a fun way to express oneself! This class will explore the unique compositions that can be created for the camera through solo and group work. Elements of this class will be asynchronous, with in person meeting times scheduled together with the enrolled dancers.
Monday
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Tue Morning Creative Dance
Creative dance stimulates children’s spontaneity and self-expression. In a nurturing and playful atmosphere, children discover the joy of dance through the exploration of space, time and energy. A variety of music and props are used to enhance the learning experience.
Tuesday
10:15 AM to 11:00 AM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Tue Creative Dance
Creative dance stimulates children’s spontaneity and self-expression. In a nurturing and playful atmosphere, children discover the joy of dance through the exploration of space, time and energy. A variety of music and props are used to enhance the learning experience.
Tuesday
3:30 PM to 4:15 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Tue Ballet II
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.
Tuesday
4:30 PM to 5:45 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Tue Ballet V
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Tuesday
4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Modern II
Continuing the exploration of the modern dance concepts introduced in preparatory study, longer movement phrases are given along with improvisation and choreography skills. These classes develop from floor barre sequences to dynamic phrases that expand the students′ core strength, agility and the ability to move three dimensionally through space with emotional and textural nuance.
Tuesday
5:45 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Tue Pointe V
Pointe classes focus on building strength, correct alignment, and articulation of the feet. Students begin working with both hands on the barre, and when students are individually ready, they progress away from the barre to simple work in center. As students advance, more complex barre and center work up to and including classical ballet variations is introduced.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Tuesday
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Modern I
Studying modern dance technique to add layers to the quality of movement is strongly encouraged. Modern students continue to develop the basic modern dance concepts, focusing on the use of body weight in movement, lowering into and pushing out from the floor, and building longer phrases of movement together. Repetitions of the exercises help build muscle memory and refine the lines of the body.

PRICING NOTE: This class is priced as an add-on to Ballet I. If registering for Modern I only, and not enrolling in Ballet I, the cost of the class is $96.
Wednesday
3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Ballet 1
Ballet students continue to develop the basic ballet concepts and vocabulary, spending time at the barre and learning to build sequences of movement. Repetitions of the exercises help build muscle memory and refine the lines of the body. Studying modern dance technique to add layers to the quality of movement is strongly encouraged.
Wednesday
4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Modern VI
Continuing the exploration of the modern dance concepts introduced in preparatory study, longer movement phrases are given along with improvisation and choreography skills. These classes develop from floor barre sequences to dynamic phrases that expand the students′ core strength, agility and the ability to move three dimensionally through space with emotional and textural nuance.
Wednesday
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Wed Ballet IV
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Wednesday
5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Wed Ballet VI
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Wednesday
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Wed Pointe IV
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Wednesday
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Thu Primary Dance
Children continue to develop the dance concepts acquired in creative movement and begin to apply the primary stages of basic ballet and modern dance technique. Please note: students must be five at the beginning of the school year to register for Primary Dance.
Thursday
3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Thu Ballet III
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.
Thursday
4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Thu Ballet IV
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Thursday
4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Thu Ballet V
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Thursday
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Thu Ballet VI
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Thursday
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Thu Pointe V
*Thursday Pointe 5 will go 7:30-8:00 September through December, then 7:30-8:30 starting in January.*

Pointe classes focus on building strength, correct alignment, and articulation of the feet. Students begin working with both hands on the barre, and when students are individually ready, they progress away from the barre to simple work in center. As students advance, more complex barre and center work up to and including classical ballet variations is introduced.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.

The Thursday half-hour Pointe V class is combined with Pointe VI.
Thursday
7:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Thu Pointe VI
*Thursday Pointe 6 will go 7:30-8:00 September through December, then 7:30-8:30 starting in January.*

Pointe classes focus on building strength, correct alignment, and articulation of the feet. Students begin working with both hands on the barre, and when students are individually ready, they progress away from the barre to simple work in center. As students advance, more complex barre and center work up to and including classical ballet variations is introduced.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.

The Thursday half-hour Pointe V class is combined with Pointe VI.
Thursday
7:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Special Techniques
Special Techniques features masterclasses and several-week experiences in different dance techniques, as a way for dancers to expand their versatility and learn more about the dance world. Dancers taking Special Techniques will get a headstart on working with some of the choreographers for the Spring Repertory Workshop, allowing the choreographers to create more advanced choreography for those dancers.
Friday
4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Modern IV
Continuing the exploration of the modern dance concepts introduced in preparatory study, longer movement phrases are given along with improvisation and choreography skills. These classes develop from floor barre sequences to dynamic phrases that expand the students′ core strength, agility and the ability to move three dimensionally through space with emotional and textural nuance.
Friday
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Modern V
Continuing the exploration of the modern dance concepts introduced in preparatory study, longer movement phrases are given along with improvisation and choreography skills. These classes develop from floor barre sequences to dynamic phrases that expand the students′ core strength, agility and the ability to move three dimensionally through space with emotional and textural nuance.
Friday
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Sat Creative Dance
Creative dance stimulates children’s spontaneity and self-expression. In a nurturing and playful atmosphere, children discover the joy of dance through the exploration of space, time and energy. A variety of music and props are used to enhance the learning experience.
Saturday
8:45 AM to 9:30 AM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Sat Primary Dance
Children continue to develop the dance concepts acquired in creative movement and begin to apply the primary stages of basic ballet and modern dance technique. Please note: students must be five at the beginning of the school year to register for Primary Dance.
Saturday
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Ballet 1/Modern 1 combined
Ballet students begin to develop the basic ballet concepts and vocabulary, spending time at the barre and learning to build sequences of movement. Repetitions of the exercises help build muscle memory and refine the lines of the body. Studying modern dance technique to add layers to the quality of movement is strongly encouraged.
Saturday
9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Sat Preparatory Dance
Children continue to develop the introductory concepts of ballet and modern dance technique. Increased levels of concentration, introductory composition, group work, and cognitive development are emphasized. Please note: students must be seven at the beginning of the school year to register for Preparatory Dance.

Preparatory Dance is the first year in which dancers may perform in the winter production, The Steadfast Tin Soldier, and the end of year performance, the Rite of Spring! Dancers are highly encouraged to participate in these performances. For more information, contact us at info@dancefremont.com
Saturday
9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Sat Ballet II
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

Note: Saturday's Ballet II class is combined with the Ballet III.
Saturday
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Sat Ballet III
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

Note: Saturday's Ballet III class is combined with the Ballet II.
Saturday
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Sat Ballet V
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Saturday
11:45 AM to 1:30 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Sat Ballet VI
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Saturday
11:45 AM to 1:30 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Pre-Pointe
Saturday
12:00 PM to 12:45 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Sat Ballet IV
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Saturday
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
The Steadfast Tin Soldier Participation
Dance Fremont students in levels Preparatory II and up are invited to audition for our winter production of excerpts from A Steadfast Tin Soldier, A Story Ballet and The Nutcracker on Saturday, September 10th, 2022. Our winter performance opportunity is a treasured experience for generations of Dance Fremont students, and we highly encourage students to participate!

Please note that this year, due to theater availability we are scheduled to perform the weekend of December 17-18, one week later than usual. Make winter break travel plans accordingly!

In order to have the best possible experience, dancers and their families should consider the time commitment carefully ahead of time. The 2022 Performer Packet will be finalized after the audition, and we will not have information about the schedule for specific levels until after the audition and casting have been completed. Generally speaking, dancers will rehearse on Saturday afternoons, and dancers in levels 5 and 6 will also have Thursday evening rehearsals. Because of limited rehearsal time, absences beyond 1 may result in a dancer not performing; rehearsals attended via Zoom do not count as an absence. Required rehearsals - no absences allowed - include the Sunday after Thanksgiving, the last Saturday before the show, and all theater rehearsals the week of the performances.
Saturday
1:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Spring Repertory Workshop Full-Participation Option
Dance Fremont is excited to announce additional performance opportunities for dancers in levels 4 and up in our Spring Repertory Workshop!

This is a great opportunity for dancers to be coached by locally acclaimed dance professionals in styles ranging from ballet to modern and beyond; have more performance opportunities; be challenged and grow as a dancer; and have a lot of fun dancing!

Choreographers will start rehearsing mid to late-January; not all dancers will necessarily be called to every rehearsal. The dances in the Spring Repertory Workshop will be the featured performances in April events celebrating our old and new spaces, and will have other performance opportunities TBA (please excuse our COVID-induced uncertainty about some details!)

Like with Steadfast/Nutcracker, rehearsals will be on Saturday afternoons, between 1:45 and 6:00. Dancers in levels 5 and 6 may run material briefly on some Thursday evenings (not a full rehearsal).

The half-participation option commits the dancer to approximately 1-2 hours of rehearsal each Saturday, dancing in 1 to 2 pieces.

The full-participation option (levels 5 and 6 only) commits the dancer to approximately 2-4 hours of rehearsal each Saturday, dancing in 3 to 4 pieces.

There will be an audition on Saturday January 15, 4:00-5:15. As with the Steadfast Tin Soldier audition, all dancers who can commit to the schedule will perform! The audition is to let the choreographers get to know you and determine casting.

A workshop fee of $160 for half-participation and $290 for full-participation applies. Please contact Dance Fremont for scholarship support if cost is a barrier to participation.
Saturday
1:45 PM to 6:00 PM
Dance Fremont
Spring Repertory Workshop Half-Participation Option
Dance Fremont is excited to announce additional performance opportunities for dancers in levels 4 and up in our Spring Repertory Workshop!

This is a great opportunity for dancers to be coached by locally acclaimed dance professionals in styles ranging from ballet to modern and beyond; have more performance opportunities; be challenged and grow as a dancer; and have a lot of fun dancing!

Choreographers will start rehearsing mid to late-January; not all dancers will necessarily be called to every rehearsal. The dances in the Spring Repertory Workshop will be the featured performances in April events celebrating our old and new spaces, and will have other performance opportunities TBA (please excuse our COVID-induced uncertainty about some details!)

Like with Steadfast/Nutcracker, rehearsals will be on Saturday afternoons, between 1:45 and 6:00. Dancers in levels 5 and 6 may run material briefly on some Thursday evenings (not a full rehearsal).

The half-participation option commits the dancer to approximately 1-2 hours of rehearsal each Saturday, dancing in 1 to 2 pieces.

The full-participation option (levels 5 and 6 only) commits the dancer to approximately 2-4 hours of rehearsal each Saturday, dancing in 3 to 4 pieces.

There will be an audition on Saturday January 15, 4:00-5:15. As with the Steadfast Tin Soldier audition, all dancers who can commit to the schedule will perform! The audition is to let the choreographers get to know you and determine casting.

A workshop fee of $160 for half-participation and $290 for full-participation applies. Please contact Dance Fremont for scholarship support if cost is a barrier to participation.
Saturday
1:45 PM to 6:00 PM
Dance Fremont
Sat Pointe IV
Elements introduced in ballet include correct body alignment, initiation of movement from the core, turnout, balance, musicality and coordination. More emphasis is placed on building stamina, carriage and quality of movement by using longer and more complex dance combinations.

In order to prepare a student for pointe work, at least three ballet technique classes per week are required. Students may study the basic principles of pointe work with the recommendation of the instructor.
Saturday
2:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont

2022-2023 Adult Season

Name
Days
Location
Adult Beginning-Intermediate Ballet
This is a beginning-intermediate level ballet class for people who are interested in exploring the basics of ballet technique in an encouraging environment with professionally trained instructors. Monday Beginning-Intermediate Ballet is geared towards continuing students, people with a little prior dance experience, or students seeking a faster-paced challenge. Classes are taught with an emphasis on accumulative learning, and steps are broken down clearly and logically for students to progress with confidence.

To keep your teachers and fellow dancers safe, please stay home if you are sick or have had recent exposure to COVID-19. Notify your instructor ahead of time and you may have the option to join the class via zoom room 1. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5758393084

This will be an ongoing class for the school year (36 weeks) however students may join the class mid-year; please contact Dance Fremont for more information. Please note: pricing for this class reflects the holiday studio closures occurring on Mondays throughout the year.
Monday
7:15 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont
Adult Beginning Modern
This is a class for people with little or no dance experience who are looking to explore new ways of moving their body and expressing themselves. Trying new things is hard, so we prioritize a safe, supportive, and encouraging environment where you can let go and explore! Through the fundamentals of modern dance technique, from movement patterns on the floor, to traveling boldly through space, class will build your strength, fluidity, balance, coordination, and awareness. You will experience the joy and power of dancing and explore your creative ability by making expressive choices about how you move your body. This will be an ongoing class for the school year (36 weeks); however, students may join the class mid-year; please contact Dance Fremont for more information.

To keep your teachers and fellow dancers safe, please stay home if you are sick or have had recent exposure to COVID-19. Notify your instructor ahead of time and you may have the option to join the class via zoom room 1. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5758393084
Tuesday
7:00 PM to 8:15 PM
Studio 1
Dance Fremont
Adult Beginning Ballet
Have you always wanted to try ballet, but something kept you back? Did you take ballet when you were a kid and have spent years meaning to get back into it? We joyfully welcome people of all ages, shapes, and sizes to discover or rediscover how fun and fulfilling ballet can be! Trying new things is hard, so we prioritize a safe, supportive, and encouraging environment, and our instructors are caring and experienced. This class is geared towards students completely new to dance, or students desiring a slower, more methodical approach.

Classes are taught with an emphasis on accumulative learning, and steps are broken down clearly and logically. This will be an ongoing class for the school year (36 weeks); however, students may join the class mid-year; please contact Dance Fremont for more information.

COVID-19 note: We hope to hold these classes partially or wholly in-person. However, safety is our first priority, and Dance Fremont will take into account the vaccination rate vs the infection rate and the effect of new virus variations before making any final decisions.
To keep your teachers and fellow dancers safe, please stay home if you are sick or have had recent exposure to COVID-19. Notify your instructor ahead of time and you may have the option to join the class via zoom room 1. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5758393084
Wednesday
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio 2
Dance Fremont


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