About the Class
The class will focus on developing more complex barre combinations, and an introduction to center work.
Students will also work on refining their technique and increasing coordination, balance, and musicality. The pace of the class will increase with an introduction to new steps and combinations, as well as some pointe work for the more advanced students.
The class will also contain a variety of combinations, turns, and jumps. As the students progress, they will be able to demonstrate greater control, fluidity, and precision.
Requirements: Students are required to have accredited Ballet 1 or equivalent and will be subjected to previous-level evaluation.
2 hours per week.
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Gained teaching experience in many private studios in Mexico City and became the National Coordinator of the ANVFF ballet school for 5 years, managing 13 branches along the country and rising it from the ground up; from classroom set ups, to adapting methodology to the school’s needs and managing parents, staff and curricula as well as evaluations and recitals
Completed the Intermediate degree with the RAD and continued her career in Classical and contemporary dance at a professional level at independent companies like Morelos’ state Ballet company (BACEM) directed by Martha Pimentel, Ardentía Dance Company directed by Reyna Perez, Ballet of Mexico City directed by Isabela Avalos, Anima Inc. directed by Alejandra Gonzales and others.
She danced as corps de ballet and soloist in many ballets like “The nutcracker”, “Dream of a summer’s night”, “The Pied Piper of Hamelin” amongst others and different Galas interpreting Kitri’s 1st variation , Nutcracker’s Arab Dance, and the complete Pas de deux, of Le Corsaire. Participated as an invited artist at the National Dance Company in Mexico (CND) for two season of ”The Swan Lake” and "Gisselle" under the direction of Laura Morelos.
She worked with many Choreographer such as Citlalli Caballero, Jetzemani Velasco, Cuauhtémoc Nájera, Carlos Carillo, Laura Morelos, Irma Morales, Reyna Perez, Delia Siqueiros, Beatriz Guzmán and others.