Koresh Dance – Hybrid – Transition to Beginner Ballet with Fang

Transition to Beginner Ballet with Fang Gant is offered IN-PERSON! It is designed for students who have a basic understanding of ballet positions and vocabulary, and are looking to transition from the introduction level to the beginner level with their ballet technique. The class will be at a slower pace and more in depth than our beginner level Ballet class for those who need the extra attention to detail. Great for dancers who want the next step after introduction level!

Koresh Dance – Hybrid- Beginner-Intermediate Ballet with Fang

Beginner/Intermediate Ballet features professional dancer and Koresh Company Member alumni Fang Ju-Chou. This class is being offered IN-PERSON and is perfect for students who have prior Ballet experience and the desire to transition into the intermediate level. Class will move at a moderate pace and focus on advancing basic technical skills within more involved combinations. It is advised to have prior Ballet technique knowledge and experience. (Pre-registration strongly encouraged)

Koresh Dance – Advanced Contemporary Modern with Roni Koresh

Roni Koresh is an Israeli- American choreographer whose style represents his experience in both cultures. From his time in Israel which included Israeli folk dance, performance with Martha Graham’s Batsheva 2 Dance Company and his enlistment in the Israeli army, the style draws its strong sense of humanity, sweeping circle patters, military precision and Middle Eastern flavor.

After moving to the US, Koresh solidified his strong foundation in Horton, Graham and Luigi techniques, as well as experiencing social forms including club dancing, hip hop and pedestrian gesture. All these influences are drawn into the Koresh Style which demands both emotion and technique; individuality and precision; extension and groundness and strength and aerobic fitness from those that master it.

This class is offered IN-STUDIO only.

Koresh Dance – Hybrid – Beginner Ballet with Tommy Gant

Beginner Ballet
This class is designed for dancers who have some basic knowledge of positions/vocabulary and want to enhance their ballet technique. Class will move at a fairly slow pace and string together movements into combinations. For the best possible class experience, students should have some basic knowledge of Ballet technique and terminology, as this is not an introduction level class.

This class is offered IN-STUDIO and VIRTUALLY.

Koresh Dance – Intro to Ballet with Eva

Eva follows the Vaganova (Russian) technique with emphasis on proper alignment, turn out, and port de bras. This class is perfect for students who have little to no dance experience and have a desire to learn Ballet technique. Class will move at a slow pace and introduce positions and terminology. No experience necessary!

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! An absolute beginning class that will introduce basic dance vocabulary and emphasize proper posture, muscle development, flexibility, musicality, and grace of movement. Steps are introduced incrementally so that self-esteem and technique develop in a positive atmosphere. This class is highly recommended for first time students and those who are unfamiliar with basic dance technique.

Koresh Dance – Beginner Ballet with Eva Szabo

Eva follows the Vaganova (Russian) technique with emphasis on proper alignment, turn out, and port de bras.

Beginner: This class is designed for novice dancers or students who have not danced for many years. We will continue to emphasize proper posture, muscle development, flexibility, musicality, and grace of movement through beginner level combinations. Students are expected to know basic dance vocabulary and have a desire to improve their strength and technique.

Koresh Dance – Intermediate Ballet with Eva Szabo

Eva follows the Vaganova (Russian) technique with emphasis on proper alignment, turn out, and port de bras.

Intermediate: Dancers with previous training will enjoy the transition into an intermediate level class. Students will progress at a quick yet comfortable pace while increasing strength and flexibility. Movement combinations are layered with multiple steps to refine and advance your dance technique on a pre-professional level.

Koresh Dance – Hybrid – Beginner Modern Jazz with Greg Anmuth

Beginner Modern Jazz with Greg Anmuth challenges the body physically while exploring artistic approaches to phrase work. An upbeat jazz warmup prepares the body for traveling across the floor, while a guided improvisation sets the tone for a movement combination to end weekly class. Greg’s class is accessible to those with dance training or individuals looking to try something new!

This class is designed for novice dancers or students who have not danced for many years. We will continue to emphasize proper posture, muscle development, flexibility, musicality, and grace of movement through beginner level combinations. Students are expected to know basic dance vocabulary and have a desire to improve their strength and technique.

Koresh Dance – Intermediate Contemporary Modern with Melissa Rector

Intermediate Contemporary Modern features Assistant Artistic Director Melissa Rector of Koresh Dance Company. This class is designed for intermediate, pre-professional, and professional level dancers with a background in dance training who want to advance their contemporary technique and enhance their artistry of movement. Dancers can expect technique conditioning followed by learning an excerpt of Melissa’s choreography.

Intermediate: Dancers with previous training will enjoy the transition into an intermediate level class. Students will progress at a quick yet comfortable pace while increasing strength and flexibility. Movement combinations are layered with multiple steps to refine and advance your dance technique on a pre-professional level.

Amy Novinski – Virtual – Beginner Ballet

Beginner Ballet students will begin to perform fundamental movements in tandem with port de bras sequences. New steps and concepts are introduced to build a strong foundation. Speed of movement will increase slightly but only as to present a gentle challenge for the mind and body. Flexibility and stamina elements are introduced into classwork. Barre 60 minutes, Center 15 minutes, no jumps.