Intermediate level II Pre-Profesional Program ( Ages 11 – 13 )
Intermediate II ( Pre-Pro )
Students will be placed into this class upon successful completion of a placement lesson.
Program is designed for students who want to learn ballet seriously, to move towards being a professional dancer. This program meets professional ballet artist’s preparation requirements. The program includes; Classical ballet technique, Body conditioning and stretching, Pointe technique, Contemporary, Character dance and variation classes consisting 9.5 hours per week. (Minimum of 8 hours per week).
Intermediate II (Pre-Pro) (Grade II by A. Vaganova, Intermediate by RAD) is based on the basics of ballet exercise, demi pointe exercise barre and center, accelerated pace work, and a greater quantity of movements including the basic steps of allegro and Pointe technique. This level is vital in establishing a firm foundation on which future training will be built.
Students entering this level must have prior experience in Ballet training and will be placed into this class upon successful placement lesson.
Monday 5-7 pm ( Studio I )
Tuesday 6-7:30 pm ( Studio I )
Wednesday 5-7 pm ( Studio I )
Thursday 4-6:30 pm ( Studio I, Studio II )
Friday 6- 7:30 ( Studio I )
Saturday 11-12:30 ( Studio I )
Dark red tulle skirt. Can be purchased from BISD
Dark red Strap leotard. Can be purchased from BISD
Pink canvas ballet slippers
White short–sleeved leotard
Black bike shorts or High Waist Dance Legging
White ankle socks – students may wear any plain thin white socks
White ballet slippers
Full Program – $350 per 1-month session. $1000 per quarter ( $ 333 for 1 month price with discount )
Drop-in class – $ 35
Pre-Pointe drop-in class – $ 40
Milda Luckute is one of Egle’s students stunning the Juries of world’s ballet competitions, including Youth American Grand Prix in San Diego and Paris, Grasse (France) International Ballet Competition. Most recently, Milda Won the “Hope Award” at the YAGP in San Diego in 2016. Below watch Milda’s (age 11) performance at Youth American Grand Prix competition semifinals in San Diego (Paquita variation), and look her up on youtube.