CLASSICAL BALLET

CLASSICAL BALLET

IDTA BALLET

We provide the professional ballet system from 2 years old to the dance teachers in China,including the B.B. Ballet.
And in this ballet system, the  teachers must be trained and qualified by us first, then the teachers can purchase the syllabus from us and teach in their school.The teachers will be trained by professional Ballet Professors who come from UK, with full experience in ballet performance on the stage.
Below is the structure with the ballet system we provide in China.
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B.B. Ballet
PPG-PG
G1-G5
INT-AD2
B.B. Ballet
2-5 years old ——
Teachers coordination and gross motor skillsFosters imagination,problem solving and listening skills.Positive environment for early social interactions with other children and teachers.The structure of a classroom environment is introduced and the children learn to take simple direction from the teacher. Children gain body awareness and begin to master group work, for example, moving in a circle or working with partners. Musicality and rhythm are taught through clapping, singing and improvising to music. Creative imagery and mime are used to help the children respond to music. Basic movement themes such as; jumping, balletic runs walks, spinning and skipping are explored as an introduction to classical ballet.
PPG-PG
6-8 Years old ——
Increases correct posture, balance, and rhythm.Enable social encounters where cooperation and empatjy are learned.Teachers visualization and focus.Foundation for healthy self-esteem.Traveling movements learned previously are given more complexity with the addition of skips forward, backward and simple jump combinations. Expression and musical awareness are taught through free movement , mime and storytelling. Coordination and control of the body, arms, hands and head are improved. Primary level students have now developed the ability toretain basic movement combinations and can now perform short dances in solo form.
G1-G5
9-13 Years old ——
Improve range of motion,pgysical strength, and cardiovascular health.Develops a sense of commitment,follow-through, and the ability to accept constructive feedback builds self-condifence and pride in their workIntroduces students to the foundations of barre work in order to develop proper alignment and classical technique. Students continue to work on traveling steps with an introduction to grand allegro. At this level an emphasis is placed on turning, jumping, and linking steps. Students are given extended barre exercises with increasing demi pointe work, stretching and strengthening. Classical ballet lines should be established along with a new vocabulary for traveling steps, elevation and pirouettes. The lyrical use of arms and upper back builds on the free movement established in the previous level. Character steps now include those from the Russian Peasant style as seen in many classical ballets. Students at this level have a strong understanding of classical vocabulary and can now adequately demonstrate use of line and musical performance. Students are required to attend 2 classes per week to perform at this level.

Inter- The vocational syllabus is the continuation of classical ballet from the grade work adding pointe work and dances. This level is designed to give the necessary training to students wishing to study seriously. Encouraging the technical requirements along with stablishing artistry, musicality and feeling. Many more steps are introduced further establishing the movement and line of the dancer. Good stance and placement required for pirouettes and grand allegro. Having developed strong posture and at the desecration of the teachers, students can now begin to train en pointe.

Ad1-Students who have progressed to preprofessional level, now have an extensive ballet vocabulary. At this level, articulate footwork and secure use of legs is crucial. Added steps include multiple pirouettes and beating jumps. Strengthen Pointe work. Students at this level are required to attend 5 classes per week in order to take the exam and maintain the strength needed for pointe.

Ad2-Students at this level have a vast knowledge of classical ballet vocabulary and will have passed the above grades. Having achieved this high standard students are now working on Advanced 2 and the Solo Seal Award. Pirouettes in open positions batterie and extended combinations on pointe are now included in class work. Refining technique continues to challenge as students are now expected to perform at a professional level.