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Beginner Ballet and Lyrical Dance Combo Featuring a Mini Recital
This ongoing class will begin the week of 11/1. This class will feature basic ballet barre, and center work in Ballet and Lyrical, learn a dance routine/s to perform at the end of the session in a "Mini recital", and play games.
Ariel Baham (Miss Ariel)
242 total reviews for this teacher
12 reviews for this class
Completed by 46 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
60 minutes per class
There are no open spots for this class.
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A) What Is a Mini Recital: This mini recital will give students the opportunity to perform via zoom and see all the other students who takes Miss Ariel's classes only will be able to see and participate. I will create a private class send everyone the link and at the end of the session/recital. It gives students an opportunity to show off their skills, build confidence and continue doing what all dancers love, dancing for others. THIS YEAR DUE TO OUTSCHOOLS REQUEST: STUDENTS WILL PREFORM ON...
Our Goal in Ballet and lyrical is to master, learn and practice the Following steps: 1st, 2nd, and 5 position, Demi Plié and Grande Plié, Tendu into first postion, Dégagé in fifth position, Demi-détourné, Relevé, Passé, Rond de jambe , Pas de chat, Jeté, Passé, and Arabesque, Demi Plié, 5 positions, arms in the 5 positions, Chaîné Turn, Sous-sous, Splits, Soutenu, Échappé, Balancé, Révérence (to end ballet), work on Lunges, Head, shoulders, and rib-cage isolation's, Fan Kick, Grand Battement's, Chassé, Pas de bourrée, Pirouette, learning how to feel and express the music and more. In addition our Goal is to learn how to phrase steps together to make a combination/s that we will be able to perform at the end of the session.
I have been teaching dance for the past 3 years, and I have taught beginner/intermediate level dance in Ballet, Tap, Jazz and Lyrical. In addition, I have choreographed many middle school productions. I also will have a minor in dance, Early Childhood Education and a BA in Psychology by this December.
There will be no assigned homework: However every dancer should keep in mind that no one will be perfect at everything by the time the class is over. It is our job as dancers to keep improving, practicing and to NEVER GIVE UP.
I highly recommend you have something that can be a "barre" for the class. this can be a chair, a couch, the bottom of a banister, a door knob/handle. If you can not find or use any of these items, each step that is done at the barre can be done in the center. In addition, Students will be participating in a physical fitness/movement activities though out the class. Please be aware that your child can end up injuring themselves. Therefore please make sure your child has sufficient dance space, proper foot ware (choice of ballet shoes, or barefoot/socks). In addition, I encourage all students to have a water bottle near by and the student is warmed up before class to avoid injury’s. Parental supervision is strongly encourage to help your dancer assure there safety and spacial awareness.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Each child will be assessed through observations of praise and critiques.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be participating in a physical fitness/movement activities though out the class. Please be aware that your child can end up injuring themselves. Therefore please make sure your child has sufficient dance space, proper foot ware (choice of ballet shoes, or barefoot/socks). In addition, I encourage all students to have a water bottle near by and the student is warmed up before class to avoid injury’s. Parental supervision is strongly encourage to help your dancer assure there safety and spacial awareness.
The Stories of Ballet’s
Ariel Baham (Miss Ariel)
See You On The Dance Floor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
242 total reviews
183 completed classes
My name is Ariel Baham. I have my BA in Psychology with minors in Early Childhood Education (P-3) and Dance from the Saint Elizabeth University. I am pursuing my Masters degree in School Counseling. I have been dancing for 18 years and have been...