Koresh Dance – Ballet 1 for ages 7-9 with Courtney

Enhance on your ballet technique by moving through barre, center and across the floor. Dancers can practice the importance of strength, flexibility, rhythm, musicality, and memorization.

This class is offered in-studio.

Student must enroll in the full session which runs September 13 –  December 11, 2021

Koresh Dance – Pre-Ballet for ages 4-6 with Courtney

Designed for little dancers to learn the vocabulary and technique of ballet while having fun learning new coordination, rhythm, musicality, and exploring the space.

This class is offered in-studio only.

Students must enroll in a full session. Sessions run Monday, September 13 – Saturday, December  11, 2021.

Equilibrium Dance Academy – Ballet Level 1-2 for ages 8-12

Ballet Level 1/2 is a class for dancers who have at least 3 years experience in a ballet class. This class ranges from 8-12 years old and our teacher Ms. Abby uses the American Ballet Theatre Curriculum for this class. Abby graduated magna cum laude from The University of Hartford’s Hartt School with a B.F.A. in Dance, and an emphasis in Ballet Pedagogy. During her studies at The Hartt School, she had the opportunity to perform in both classical modern and ballet works, including Doris Humphrey’s “Brandenburg Concert No. 4” under the direction of Nina Watt and restaged versions of “Swan Lake,” “Carmen,” and “Petrushka” under the direction of Hilda Morales, Debra Collins Ryder, and Stephen Pier. Abby also performed new contemporary works choreographed by members of Hartt’s dance faculty and guest choreographers including Katie Stevinson-Nollet, Adam Barruch, Bryan Baira, and various peers for student-choreographed concerts.

Equilibrium Dance Academy – Ballet Level 1 for ages 7-12

Ballet Level 1 is a class for dancers who have no experience or little experience with ballet. This class ranges from 7-12 years old who are at a beginner ballet level. Our amazing ballet instructor is Ms. Abby who uses the American Ballet Theatre Curriculum for this class. Abby graduated magna cum laude from The University of Hartford’s Hartt School with a B.F.A. in Dance, and an emphasis in Ballet Pedagogy. During her studies at The Hartt School, she had the opportunity to perform in both classical modern and ballet works, including Doris Humphrey’s “Brandenburg Concert No. 4” under the direction of Nina Watt and restaged versions of “Swan Lake,” “Carmen,” and “Petrushka” under the direction of Hilda Morales, Debra Collins Ryder, and Stephen Pier. Abby also performed new contemporary works choreographed by members of Hartt’s dance faculty and guest choreographers including Katie Stevinson-Nollet, Adam Barruch, Bryan Baira, and various peers for student-choreographed concerts.

Koresh Dance – Hybrid – Ballet 3X for ages 13-18 with Eva

Enhance your ballet technique by moving through barre, center, and across the floor. Dancers can practice the importance of strength, flexibility, rhythm, musicality, and memorization.

This class is offered both in-studio and virtually.

Students must enroll in a full session. Sessions run Monday, September 13 – Saturday, December  11, 2021.

Equilibrium Dance Academy – Ballet Level 2 for ages 9-12

Ballet Level 2 is a class for dancers with at least 4 years experience in a ballet class. This class ranges from 9-12 years old and our teacher Ms. Abby uses the American Ballet Theatre Curriculum for this class. Abby graduated magna cum laude from The University of Hartford’s Hartt School with a B.F.A. in Dance, and an emphasis in Ballet Pedagogy. During her studies at The Hartt School, she had the opportunity to perform in both classical modern and ballet works, including Doris Humphrey’s “Brandenburg Concert No. 4” under the direction of Nina Watt and restaged versions of “Swan Lake,” “Carmen,” and “Petrushka” under the direction of Hilda Morales, Debra Collins Ryder, and Stephen Pier. Abby also performed new contemporary works choreographed by members of Hartt’s dance faculty and guest choreographers including Katie Stevinson-Nollet, Adam Barruch, Bryan Baira, and various peers for student-choreographed concerts.

Koresh Dance – Hybrid – Ballet 2 for ages 10-13 with Fang-Ju

Enhance your ballet technique by moving through barre, center, and across the floor. Dancers can practice the importance of strength, flexibility, rhythm, musicality, and memorization.

This class is offered both in-studio and virtually.

Students must enroll in a full session. Sessions run Monday, September 13 – Saturday, December  11, 2021.

Koresh Dance – Ballet 1 for ages 7-9 with Courtney

Enhance on your ballet technique by moving through barre, center and across the floor. Dancers can practice the importance of strength, flexibility, rhythm, musicality, and memorization.

This class is offered in-studio.

Student must enroll in the full session which runs September 13 –  December 11, 2021

Koresh Dance – Pre-Ballet for ages 4-6 with Courtney

Designed for little dancers to learn the vocabulary and technique of ballet while having fun learning new coordination, rhythm, musicality, and exploring the space.

This class is offered in-studio only.

Students must enroll in a full session. Sessions run Monday, September 13 – Saturday, December  11, 2021.

Equilibrium Dance Academy – Ballet Level 1-2 for ages 8-12

Ballet Level 1/2 is a class for dancers who have at least 3 years experience in a ballet class. This class ranges from 8-12 years old and our teacher Ms. Abby uses the American Ballet Theatre Curriculum for this class. Abby graduated magna cum laude from The University of Hartford’s Hartt School with a B.F.A. in Dance, and an emphasis in Ballet Pedagogy. During her studies at The Hartt School, she had the opportunity to perform in both classical modern and ballet works, including Doris Humphrey’s “Brandenburg Concert No. 4” under the direction of Nina Watt and restaged versions of “Swan Lake,” “Carmen,” and “Petrushka” under the direction of Hilda Morales, Debra Collins Ryder, and Stephen Pier. Abby also performed new contemporary works choreographed by members of Hartt’s dance faculty and guest choreographers including Katie Stevinson-Nollet, Adam Barruch, Bryan Baira, and various peers for student-choreographed concerts.