Character Dance is based on folk dances originating from different countries and regions, mostly Europe. It is highly stylised and usually can be part of classical ballets, whilst preserving its national character and uniqueness.
Character Dance is often included in the syllabus of many ballet schools along with classical ballet, historical dance and contemporary dance. The structure of character dance classes is made up of barre and centre; similar to classical ballet.
As a graduate of the Vaganova Ballet School, Alina's extensive experience in character dance and her specialisation in this specific dance form allows her to have great…
You don’t need to buy special ballet clothing: leggings and a t-shirt are fine. Wear any comfortable sports clothes which allow you to move without restriction. Bring a bottle of water!
Ballet4Life® prides itself of creating a supportive and friendly environment in which to have a dance class whether you are a retired professional dancer, someone returning to dance classes after many years, or as a complete novice.
At this school they serve all levels from age 16 upwards! The teachers exhibit great care for our clients, understand their individual needs or conditions, endeavour to learn our clients' names and to build trust and a professional relationship.
Ballet4life's speciality is teaching dance to adults and have done this since 2004 whilst building up a solid client base and recognition in…