Summer Camp – Full day, Mon-Fri, $200. July 13-17th, Jr Summer Camp, ages 6-8yrs July 20-24th, Sr Summer Camp, ages 9+yrs September Class Registrations: We are accepting registrations now for our Fall dance programs. Class size is restricted due to social distancing so register today to guarantee your child’s spot in the class. For information please email email@example.com or tel: 455-1321
Things are “opening up” and we may be back to class soon. What better time to think about turn out. Here’s a video from Holistic Ballet to watch. The audio isn’t great, but there is plenty of good info to digest. Hope to see you soon!
Today, online, the Opéra de Paris is streaming a tribute to choreographer Jerome Robbins. Have you ever watched West Side Story? He’s the man behind all that dancing. This is period stuff — from the mid 1900s (the era of rock n roll, etc.) — and so full of agility and fun, with great musicality. Click HERE to enjoy!
June Shows – all rehearsals & performances take place Centre Communautaire Ste Anne Sun May 31, Stage rehearsal 1:45-5:00pm Dancers arrive in class uniform Fri June 5, Dress rehearsal 4:15-6:30pm Dancers arrive in full costume w/hair done Sat June 6, Performance 2:00pm Dancers arrive 1:30pm in full costume w/hair done Sat June 6, Performance 7:00pm Dancers arrive 6:30pm in full costume w/hair done Join us for Summer Dance Camp 2020. A jam-packed week of Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical & Musical Theatre. Open to all Fredericton area dancers. Some dance experience is necessary. Junior Camp 6-8 yrs, July 13-17 $200 Senior Camp 9+ yrs, July 20-24 $200
Don’t let boredom set in. There is plenty to keep you in shape while the studio is closed. Check out the YouTube channel of Claudia Dean, former soloist with the Royal Ballet. She has all kinds of technique hacks and conditioning exercises. Check out the perfect pirouettes video!
Mouvement de passage, extraits de 2018 from Ariane Boulet on Vimeo.
This project was piloted in 2016 to provide contact and connection with elderly patients living in care residencies in Montreal. Many of them have lost their ability to communicate, but eyes brighten and connections are made through dance and music. Hats off to founder Ariane Boulet and the dancers and musicians who continue this beautiful undertaking.