Please note that ages listed are guidelines only. Students will be placed in classes according to their physical ability and maturity level. Schedules subject to change.
August 2016- June 2017
Classes Begin August 8th
Pre-Ballet / Ballet I (ages 6-7) — Wed. 5:00pm – 6:00pm (Ms. Amy) $55/mo.
Ballet II/III (ages 6-8) Wed. 5:00pm-6:00pm & Sat. 11:00-12:00 (Ms. Amy & Mr. Barry) $95/mo.
Beginning Ballet (ages 7-9) — Tues. 5:00pm-6:00pm (Mr. Barry) $55/mo.
Jazz/Lyrical (Ages 7-9)– Thursday 6pm-7pm (Ms. Gia)
Intermediate Ballet including Pre-Pointe/Beginning Pointe (ages9+) — Mon. 4:30-6pm,& Thurs. 4:30- 6pm (Mr. Barry) $105/mo. Jazz/modern Tuesday 6-7pm (Ms Gia) $150/mo
Advanced Ballet (ages 10+) — Monday 6:00pm-8:00pm, Wednesday 6:30-8:30pm, Sat. 12:00 – 2:00pm (Mr. Barry) $175/mo.
Pointe is included in this class. w/Jazz/modern Tuesday 6-7pm (Ms Gia) $220/mo
Boy’s / Men’s class — Saturday 2pm
Partnering (invitation only) — contact us for current schedule (Mr. Barry and Ms. Amy)
Teen / Adult Classes
Fun Jazz/Lyrical (ages 10+) – Tuesday 6:00pm-7:00pm (Ms. Gia) $55/mo.
Beginning / Intermediate Level Ballet – Thursday 7:00pm -8:00pm $55/mo.
BARRE Class **NEW**– A class that will leave you feeling lean and flexible that incorporates a ballet barre, pilates, yoga and dance- Tuesday & Thursdays 9:30am-10:30am (Ms. Amy) $55/mo. or $12 drop-in . Dress something comfortable.
Pre-Professional Program Dress Code
Girls / Women:
- Pre-Ballet/Ballet I: Navy camisole leotard
- Ballet II and up: Black camisole leotard
- Pink convertible/transition tights
- Pink leather or canvas split-sole ballet shoes
- No skirts
Boys / Men:
- White t-shirt
- Black dance or bike shorts
- Dance belt
- Black leather or canvas split-sole ballet shoes
***Girls of all ages/levels*** MUST HAVE THEIR HAIR IN A BUN!!!
Loose hair can be an irritation when turning and a distraction to the teacher and students.
Vero Classical Ballet’s Pre-Professional Program for ages 6 and up is based on the world-renowned Vaganova Method which has produced such famous dancers as Baryshnikov, Makarova, Nureyev, Ulanova, and many more. While the Vaganova technique is our principal teaching method, VCB does not use it to the exclusion of others (i.e. Balanchine, Bournonville, etc).
Besides teaching an illustrious method with a proven track record, VCB believes that there are other important attributes to excellence in training dancers. VCB focuses on the students’ strengths while teaching them to overcome their weaknesses. Additionally, since classical ballet is a performance art form, we strive to give the students stage time in addition to their rigorous training. Students in the Pre-Professional Program will have the opportunity to perform variations and pas de deux from the classical repertoire.