[vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” content_placement=”top” curly_bg_repeat=”bg-repeat-x” curly_bg_position=”bg-pos-center-bottom” curly_padding_side=”content-side-padding-lg” curly_parallax_parent=”true” curly_section_title=”Events Schedule”][vc_column curly_parallax_parent=”true”][vc_single_image image=”15590″ img_size=”large” alignment=”center” onclick=”custom_link” link=”https://www.learnballetonline.com”][vc_column_text]The reason we have launched “Learn Ballet Online” is because Ballet is a very complex and difficult art form. It is hard to understand until you start executing it. It is a multidimensional activity, involving physical, emotional, and psychological elements. We do not believe that you can learn Ballet movements online, but you can learn the theory and comprehend how those movements are executed. Muscle memory can be a blessing and a curse – if you take a couple of classes and learn incorrect techniques, it will be very difficult to change! But, if you can understand the proper placement of your limbs and muscles, with the help of your teacher, your mind and body can guide you in the right direction.

No matter what style of dance you do, it is critical to train your body properly and practice the correct technique to avoid injury. There is no instant gratification. Ballet is a process, a journey that you must be ready to take.

Whether your goal is to become a professional dancer, or to practice for your own enjoyment, taking our courses will offer you an opportunity to learn in-depth execution of classical steps. These steps are explained in accordance with a syllabus. Each lesson is crafted with instructions for the execution of specific ballet combinations.[/vc_column_text][vc_custom_heading text=”Fall Class 2020 Online” font_container=”tag:h2|text_align:center” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_empty_space][vc_empty_space][vc_custom_heading text=”Winter 2021 Jan 2 – May 25, 2021″ font_container=”tag:h3|text_align:center” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_single_image image=”15609″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” content_placement=”top” parallax=”content-moving-fade” parallax_image=”3319″ curly_bg_repeat=”bg-no-repeat” curly_padding=”content-padding-none” curly_parallax_parent=”true” curly_section_title=”Dance Studio”][vc_column width=”1/4″ curly_padding=”content-padding-xxl” offset=”vc_col-lg-3 vc_col-md-4 vc_col-xs-12″ curly_parallax_parent=”true” css=”.vc_custom_1504116040890{background-color: #ffffff !important;border-radius: 1px !important;}”][vc_column_text]

Russian Vaganova Ballet Classes That will Make You Advance

Teachers from Bolshoi Ballet Academy (class of Alexander Bondarenko). At Dance Channel TV Ballet Academy, along with the classical ballet technique,  we feature variations, partnering or pas de deux, character class, stretch/conditioning, and contemporary dance class.

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There are variations relating to area of origin, such as Russian ballet, French ballet, Danish ballet, Italian ballet, British ballet and American ballet.
The Vaganova method is a method of teaching classical ballet that was developed by Agrippina Vaganova. This method fused the romantic style of the French ballet and dramatic soulfulness of the Russian character with the athletic virtuosity that characterizes the Italian school to reform the old imperial style of ballet teaching.
Vaganova was a student at the Imperial Ballet School in Saint Petersburg, graduating in 1897 to dance professionally with the school’s parent company, the Imperial Russian Ballet. She retired from dancing in 1916 to pursue a teaching career. Following the Russian revolution of 1917, she returned to the school as a teacher in 1921. This method has become known worldwide as the Vaganova method and led to her being made Director of the school, training some of the most famous dancers in history.
Through the 30 years she spent teaching ballet and pedagogy, Vaganova developed a precise dance technique and system of instruction. Tenets of the Vaganova method include the development of lower back strength and arm plasticity, and the requisite strength, flexibility and endurance for ballet. Much of her work was focused on the capability of the dancer to perform a classical pas de deux and the skills necessary for such a performance. In terms of pedagogical training, Vaganova concentrated her attention on precision in a teacher’s instruction, particularly when to teach what, how long to teach, and in what amount.
In 1948, Vaganova authored a book titled “The Foundation For Dance” (more commonly known as “Basic Principles of Russian Classical Dance”). The book outlined her ideas on ballet technique and pedagogy. This notated and progressive training program has produced some of the best dancers in the world, including Anna Pavlova, Natalia Makarova, Rudolf Nureyev, Mikhail Baryshnikov, the legendary choreographer George Balanchine, and professional dancers in almost every company in the world.
In 1957, the school was renamed the Vaganova Ballet Academy in recognition of her achievements. Today the Vaganova method is the most common method of teaching ballet in Russia. It is also widely used in Europe and in North America. The Vaganova Ballet Academy continues to be the associate school of the formerImperial Russian Ballet, now known as the Mariinsky Ballet.
The Vaganova method is considered to be very clean, with precise movements that express clean lines yet softness underneath. Even though a Vaganova-trained dancer would be very strong and clean, she/he would still be soft and perform well on stage without robotic stiffness.
There are eight levels up to diploma that this international syllabus follows.
Early training focuses on epaulement, or the stylized turning of the shoulders and body, which is partnered with the development of total stability and strength in the back to produce harmonious coordination of the body and continuity of movement. This core of strength enables consistently precise, easy movement of the body; the training in epaulement, in turn, instills in the dancer an intuitive anticipation of how best to use every part of his or her body to evoke breathtaking results, right down to the hands and eyes.
The Vaganova Method’s codified technical approach thus makes for INJURY-FREE training emphasizing the simultaneous development of both technical proficiency and individual artistry, and a complete range of movemental expression that comes out of proper placement and a strong classical dance foundation

This scientifically proven method involves the systematic study of all ballet movements by breaking them down into their separate elements and is characterized by impeccable precision, attention to detail, ease of execution, emotion-evoking grace, and individual creativity.
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