My First Ballet

Your little one can’t sit through a three hour ballet at the Wortham Center?  Houston Ballet came up with the perfect solution! This Saturday, March 28 the magic of Dr. Coppelius’s workshop will delight children of all ages.  The most enchanting parts of the story will come to life in a 45 minute performance at …

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Let’s Do “The Twist”

I’ve spent half the day listening to 60s dance music and watching YouTube videos like this to get ideas for one of our recital dances to Splish Splash.  Now, technically Splish Splash was released by Bobby Darin in 1958, but 60s dance moves are just so much fun! The Twist, The Mashed Potato, The Swim, The Monkey, …

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November 2014 Newsletter

Class Objective: Relationships to Others Movement Concept: Pathways, Speed and Energy Children love to dance because they love to move! What better time to learn about using our relationships with others while dancing than during this season of togetherness? This month the students begin to consider their movement and placement in relation to others. We …

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October 2014 Newsletter

Class Objective: Musical Awareness Movement Concept: Levels and Direction Did you know the music we use in class was developed specifically for our curriculum and with young ears in mind? Our classes in October will develop the students’ musical skills as they relate to movement. Our music and movement instruction enables your child to hear …

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September 2014 Newsletter

Class Objective: Classroom Etiquette and Format Movement Concept: Place and Size Welcome Back! We are looking forward to the start of a wonderful year of ballet and musical theatre classes. We are so excited to have expanded our classes to include River Oaks Baptist School. Ms. Ellen is back this year after taking some time …

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