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Intermediate Foundation is not a training programme but a comprehensive examination syllabus; ie. a staged series of assessments. The underlying philosophy of these levels is to expand upon embodied knowledge and understanding of ballet technique nurtured in the Graded syllabus. The syllabi will challenge and inspire students technically, artistically, musically and creatively, and help them to become 'thinking dancers'. As well as a strong technical base, students following a course of study based on these syllabi will develop a greater sense of theatre, movement dynamics and musical interpretation.
Intermediate Foundation and Pointe Work
Weekly class: Thursdays 6.00-7.15pm
Pointe Work: ThThursdays 5.30-6.00pm
Around the age of 11 and when dancers show hard work and potential they will be assessed on their ability to start pointe work. This starts with strength training to prepare the feet and the body for the intensity of pointe work. When they have shown sufficient strength students can go through the exciting process of being fitted for pointe shoes. This work starts of slow with only barre work, but with hard work and training pointe work will develop. This also coincides with the vocational training like Intermediate Foundation.
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Professional Dance Technique training available for students hoping to gain a place at college, or for anyone looking to improve their technique.
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