2016-2017 STUDIO SCHEDULE
Junior Co. Rehearsal
Senior Co. Rehearsal
Junior Co. II Rehearsal
Tap IV - A
Tap IV - B
To Be Announced:
Famous Ballets Dance Series
Master Classes in:
Anatomy for a Dancer
Contemporary Elements of Choreography
MONTHLY TUITION & FEES
Tiny Toes $25.00
1 hr. class per week $50.00
1 1/4 hr. class per week $60.00
1 1/2 hr. class per week $75.00
2 - 2 3/4 hrs. per week $100.00
3 - 3 3/4 hrs. per week $125.00
4 - 4 3/4 hrs. per week $145.00
“Unlimited Plan” $165.00 (Five+ hours per week)
Students may participate in our unlimited dance plan which entitles them to as many classes per week as desired. All classes are teacher recommended.
25%Family Discount for Multiple Children
5% Discount on Semester Billing Available
There is a one-time $12 registration fee for new students
Additional Fees for: Adirondack Ballet Theater Company Members
Monthly tuition is due by the 1st day of each month. A late fee of 20.00 will be added after the 10th day of the month. There are no refunds of paid tuition or fees and all accounts must be kept current.
Children's Dance Programs
(ages 3-4) Sixty minute class introduces pre-ballet skills, elementary tap techniques, periodic tumbling and creative movement. In addition your dancer will have fun with sing-a-longs, crafts and dance activities
(ages 5-6) Focuses on the elements of ballet and tap technique appropriate to the child's physical and intellectual development. This program incorporates creative movement, song and dance activities, tumbling and introduction to jazz throughout the season
Children's Combo Ballet/Tap/Jazz:
(ages 6-7) Designed for the intermediate beginner, focusing on elements of ballet, tap, and jazz technique. At this level your child is introduced to more skills, terminology and advanced movement activities
(ages 3-7) Designed for
the beginner, focusing on basic techniques for acrobatics, building the
student's motor skills (both gross and fine), as well as strength and balance
Each class designed specifically for
your child-The goals of each class are to:
1. Create a love of dance that
develops into a lifetime desire and appreciation of music and dance in a
2. Create a warm, supportive environment where freedom of
expression is encouraged.
3. Exercise the body and mind
Our Tap Program is based on the Al Gilbert Tap Syllabus. The Al Gilbert Graded Tap System simply makes teaching tap easy. Never has there been a system so organized and logical that has proven to effectively teach tap to young and old alike in such a fun and simple manner. There are 10 levels in all beginning with simple shuffles and flaps and progressing to more advanced wings and pullbacks. Each step is broken down in a systematic, fool-proof way making learning exact and easy. Each level builds upon steps that have been learned in previous levels. This syllabus routinely and properly trains each dancer to advance from beginning exercises to advanced combinations with ease.
In this and the following levels, the dancer begins more ‘serious’ training, appropriate to their physical and intellectual maturity. The Level I dancer is an advanced beginner or graduate of our elementary program.
Low intermediate, having completed Level I syllabus.
Intermediate, having completed Levels I & II syllabus.
Advanced, having successfully completed Levels I, II, & III syllabus, and two years pointe technique.
Dancers are promoted to pointe work at age 11, and after completion of Level I and II ballet syllabus. Dancers who attend pointe class must attend a minimum of two ballet technique classes per week on a regular basis
We hold private lessons
Please call for scheduling and times.