Ballet Class

Enhance your dance training this summer with our NEW Evening Dance Intensive from AUGUST 30-SEPTEMBER 3!

We are excited to bring you Ballet Technique & Repertoire, Conditioning & Flexibility, Pointe Training, and Lyrical this summer.  Designed to get dancers into shape for the fall, each class is tailored to engage and motivate, enhance dance learning, and propel students to reach their personal best.

Students will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn new material and apply it to a variation of a famous ballet
  • Challenge themselves through exciting new Lyrical choreography
  • Develop skill sets that will help the student improve and excel

PROGRAM INFORMATION

The Dance Intensive runs from August 30 – September 3.

AGES 10-13 PROGRAM

Students aged 10 – 13 will be taking Ballet Technique, with their choice of:

  • Lyrical
  • Conditioning/Flexibility and Pointe Training

2 hours daily. Cost: $175

AGES 14+ (or 2020-21 Level 7 & up Ballet students) PROGRAM 

Students aged 14+ will be taking Ballet Technique, Lyrical, Conditioning/ Flexibility, and Pointe Training

3 hours daily. Cost:  $225

Register Today!

INSTRUCTORS

HEATHER DUNN

I began my professional ballet training at Canada’s National Ballet School, where I studied for five years. After graduating from NBS, I moved to England to continue my dance education at the English National Ballet School where I received a Trinity National Diploma in professional dance and was also given the opportunity to dance with The English National Ballet. After completing my training I started my professional career with the Scottish Ballet. During the first years of my career I also danced with the Tivoli Ballet Theatre, the Deutsche Oper Berlin and performed in several international galas around the world. I then spent the rest of my career with the Royal Danish Ballet, where I stayed for over five years dancing soloist roles. After deciding to hang up my pointe shoes and move back to Canada, I am excited to share and pass on my extensive knowledge and joy of dance to others. I look forward to inspiring many to follow their dreams in dance and fall in love with the art form, as I did.

HALEIGH-RAIN EADY

Haleigh-Rain Eady is a dance artist, educator and arts manager originally from Burlington, Ontario. She has a Postgraduate Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management at Humber College and is a graduate of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre’s International Scholarship Program in 2016. Haleigh has danced alongside companies like Martha Graham Dance Company and Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet as well as performing roles for a vast array of productions with artists such as Darrell Grand Moultrie, Sidra Bell, Roberto Campanella, David Wilson, Hanna Kiel, Malgorzata Nowacka and many others. She is an Alumni of George Brown College’s Dance Performance Studies Program, Quinte Ballet School of Canada, Etobicoke School for the Arts and Burlington Dance Company. Haleigh has also worked as an assistant program coordinator at The Ailey School in the Junior Division for the Performing Arts High School Program, assistant stage manager for The Graham Company in-studio performances, and a dance consultant and teacher for UGOT Active Kids.  Haleigh has experience teaching classes in different styles from children to professional dance classes as well as choreographic workshops. Haleigh would like to continue to develop and support Dance and Arts Education Programs across Canada.

DENISE VAN ES 

Sharon Denise studied teaching, performance and anatomy, receiving Honours at York University. She is also a graduate from Canada’s National Ballet School’s prestigious Teacher Training Program, the foremost ballet teacher training program in the country. She is qualified and certified to teach all levels of Vaganova Ballet, R.A.D Ballet and Cecchetti Ballet, Pointe, Lyrical, Modern, Contemporary, National Dance and Choreography.

Sharon Denise has worked with many renowned artists such as Holly Small, David Earle, Carol Anderson, Matjash Mrozewski, William Yong, Donna Krasnow, Peggy Baker, International Dance Artists and members of the Martha Graham Company.

Sharon Denise is passionate about helping children in developing healthy dance skills while at the same time fostering a love of dance. Miss Denise’s love for choreography as well as her passion to help students achieve their best is very important to her, and will always be her foundation and goal for all her students.

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