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75 MIN


In the intermediate level ballet class, dancers delve deeper into the nuances of the genre. The class begins with a thorough warm-up, designed to further enhance flexibility, strength, and alignment. Under the guidance of the instructor, dancers engage in intricate barre exercises, executing elaborate combinations of tendus, développés, and grand battements.

As the year progresses, the focus turns to more challenging movements, including pirouettes, adagio sequences, and allegro jumps. Intermediate students are encouraged to hone their turnout, refine their posture, and master the delicate balance between control and fluidity. The class often introduces more complex choreographic phrases, fostering a deeper connection between music and movement, allowing dancers to express themselves with a heightened sense of artistry.

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