2 Welcome It is with great joy we announce the move into our historic new home, the CLARA (E. Claire Raley Studios for the Performing Arts) with six state of the art studios. The School of the Sacramento Ballet is dedicated to providing students with individual attention in a positive environment for the very best in classical ballet training with an emphasis on artistic expression. This spacious and beautiful facility allows us to expand our programs and class offerings, including our new Flex and Academy Tracks, as well as provide classes for dancers of all ages and levels in the community. With more studio space for classes and rehearsals the School will be able to produce our first student full length ballet next spring, Coppelia. Further, our new home will support the classes and rehearsals of our student ensemble, the Sacramento Ballet Youth Ensemble () performing group. These students will be participating in the Regional Dance America National Festival next spring in Phoenix, Arizona. The was described as the new jewel in the region after last year s festival. Carinne Binda School Director and Co-Artistic Director Sacramento Ballet Children s Division CLASS DESCRIPTION Tutu Toddlers (TTT) Creative Movement (CM) Pre-Ballet (Pre) Beginning Ballet I and II (BBI and BBII) Preparatory Ballet (Prep) Other Dance Disciplines Available Toddlers explore and develop their basic motor skills and coordination while cultivating rhythmic awareness and use of imagination with their participating adult. This class prepares them to move to the next level, Creative Movement. 18 months to 3.5 years old with adult participation Students continue to explore movement with increasing creativity and awareness of motor skills while beginning to incorporate basic ballet steps. 3.5 to 5 years old Students begin learning the fundamentals of ballet technique and terminology. This is an introductory class for students with no previous dance experience. Age 5 and older with evaluation Students continue to expand their knowledge of proper ballet placement through barre work and are introduced to beginning center work. These classes are for students with at least 1 year of pre-ballet training. Age 6 and older with evaluation The Preparatory Ballet curriculum focuses on musicality, vocabulary and further development of ballet class technique and etiquette. This unique class is designed as a bridge from the Children s Division to the Student Division. Age 7 and older with evaluation classes for Creative Movement/Pre-Ballet, Beginning Ballet I, II and Prep introduce fundamental tap steps through rhythm, musicality and the transformation of the dancer into a percussive instrument.
3 Student Division All curriculum at The School of the Sacramento Ballet focuses on developing technique, strength, discipline, self-confidence, and healthy living for every aspiration. Students are provided a graded syllabus at every level delivering excellent dance training of the highest quality. From beginner to pre-professional we inspire, educate and strive to develop the individual potential in each student instilling qualities for success. Intro to Ballet (Intro) Levels 1, 2, 3 Flex Track Levels 4, 5, 6 Academy Track Levels 4A, 5A, 6A and Sacramento Ballet Youth Ensemble () Men s Class Levels 4A, 5A, 6A and Other Dance Disciplines Available Lyrical Jazz Hip Hop Students learn basic barre and center work as well as ballet terminology in preparation for Level 1. This class is a beginning ballet class for students with no prior ballet training. Intro ages 8-12 Through a comprehensive curriculum that challenges students to strengthen technique through a progressive syllabus, students matriculate to the next level at an individual pace. It is not uncommon to spend more than one year in a level. Please note, boys in levels 1-3 take their own class (Boys Ballet 1, 2, 3). Flex Track Levels are designed to accommodate the specific needs of students whose extracurricular activities require a less demanding ballet schedule. Students will train under the same syllabus as the Academy Track but with a lighter class schedule. Recognizing students desire for additional class time and pursuit of a college degree or professional career in dance, the Academy Track and will provide the opportunity for students to train an increased number of hours, five to six days per week, including Saturday Rehearsals. Both the Academy Track and students will expand their technical development and further artistic expression through additional performance opportunities. Men s Ballet class is a supplement to the leveled ballet classes. These special classes focus on jumps, turns, athleticism, and building the strength necessary for the male dancer. class allows the students to explore dynamics, rhythm, and varying sounds. Lyrical engages the students emotions and expression through the lyrics of the music. Jazz is an upbeat and energetic class focusing on isolations, jumps and turns while including stretch and strengthening exercises. It is recommended that all students take an additional discipline Hip Hop classes combine jazz, funk and current dance styles. Sacramento Ballet Youth Ensemble () is a performing ensemble of students that will represent The School of the Sacramento Ballet at Regional Dance America/Pacific (RDA). The ensemble is chosen by an audition process. Members must exhibit exemplary technique, artistry, attendance and positive attitude. Participation incurs additional expenses for each student above and beyond regular tuition, and each student must sign a yearly agreement of commitment.
4 Children's Division Tutu Toddlers (TTT) Free Dress One TTT class per week School Schedule Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Mornings 8:45-9:15 9:15-9:45 Creative Movement (CM) Light Pink Leotard Required One CM class per week Additional 4:00-4:45 5:30-6:15 4:00-4:45 9:45-10:30 10:30-11:00 Pre-Ballet (Pre) Light Pink Leotard Required One Pre class per week Additional 4:45-5:30 6:15-7:00 4:45-5:30 11:45-12:30 10:30-11:00 11:00-11:45 Beginning Ballet I and II (BBI and BBII) Light Pink Leotard Required One BBI or BBII class per week Additional BBI 5:30-6:30 BBI 4:00-5:00 BBI 5:30-6:30 BBII 5:00-6:15 BBI 5:30-6:30 BBI 4:30-5:30 BBII 6:30-7:45 BBII 6:30-7:45 BBII 5:30-6:45 BBI/BBII 7:45-8:15 Preparatory Ballet (Prep) Light Pink Leotard Required One Prep class per week Additional 6:15-7:45 7:45-8:15 4:00-5:30 6:45-8:15 10:45-12:15 Schedule subject to change pending enrollment and needs.
5 Student Division Intro to Ballet Black Leotard Required Two Technique classes per week Level 1 Iris Leotard Required Two Technique classes per week Level 2 Maroon Leotard Required School Schedule Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 7:00-8:00 5:30-7:00 4:00-5:30 4:00-5:30 4:00-5:30 6:30-8:00 Two Technique classes per week Level 3 Hunter Green Leotard Required Three Technique Classes One Pre-Pointe Class Boys Ballet 1, 2, 3 See Dress Code Two Technique classes per week Flex Track Levels 4, 5, 6 Red Leotard Required for Level 4 Ultraviolet Leotard Required for Level 5 Cobalt Blue Leotard Required for Level 6 Three Technique Classes One Pointe Class 7:00-8:45 4:00-6:00 7:00-8:30 4:30-6:30 4:00-5:30 5:30-7:15 Level 4/5 5:30-7:00 Level 6 4:00-6:00 Level 5 5:00-6:30 Level 4 5:30-7:00 Level 6 6:15-7:45 8:45-10:45 w/pre-pt Level 5 8:30-11:00 Level 6 11:00-1:00 Level 4 12:15-2:45
6 Academy Track Level 4A Red Leotard Required Five Technique Classes One Pointe Class One Men's Class One Stretch Class Required Saturday Rehearsals (Subject to change weekly) 4A 4:00-5:30 4A/5A Stretch 6:00-6:30 4A 7:00-9:00 4A 6:00-8:00 4A Men 4:00-4:45 4A 4:45-6:15 4A 8:30-11:00 Rehearsal Coppelia 2:00-6:00 Academy Track Levels 5A and 6A Ultraviolet Leotard Required for Level 5A Cobalt Blue Leotard Required for Level 6A Five Technique Classes Three Pointe Classes One Men's Class One Stretch Class One Contemporary Class Required Saturday Rehearsals (Subject to change weekly) 5A/6A 5:30-7:00 5A/4A Stretch 6:00-6:30 5A 6:30-9:00 6A 6:30-9:00 5A 4:00-5:30 6A 7:00-9:00 5A/6A 6:00-7:30 5A/6A Contemporary 7:30-8:15 5A/6A Men Only 8:15-9:00 6A Stretch 4:00-4:30 6A 4:30-7:00 6A Rep/Var 7:00-8:00 5A 11:00-2:00 5A/6A Rehearsal Coppelia 2:00-6:00 Sacramento Ballet Youth Ensemble () Black or White Leotards Required Five Technique Classes Four Pointe Classes One Men's Class One Contemporary Class One Choreography Class Required Saturday Rehearsals (Subject to change weekly) 6:30-9:00 4:00-5:30 Fall :00-5:30 6:00-7:15 Spring :30-8:00 8:00-9:00 Choreography 4:00-6:30 6:30-7:30 Contemporary Men 7:30-9:00 4:00-7:00 7:00-8:00 RDA Rehearsal Coppelia 2:00-6:00 Advanced AM Ballet Class (Evaluation required) Solid Leotard Required October 3 rd -November 11 th January 23 rd -March 20th Adv AM 9:30-11:30 Adv AM 9:30-11:30 Adv AM 9:30-11:30 Schedule subject to change pending enrollment and needs.
7 Additional Disciplines Offered Lyrical Jazz Hip Hop Lyrical Intro-3 5:30-6:15 Intro-3 6:15-7:00 Lyrical 4-6A 7:00-8:00 4-6A 8:00-9:00 Schedule subject to change pending enrollment and needs. Hip Hop Beg/Int 6:00-7:00 Hip Hop Int/Adv 7:00-8:00 Jazz Beg 11:00-noon Jazz Int 12:00-1:00 Jazz Adv 1:00-2:00 Open Division Teen and/or Adult Ballet Fun Fit (Oct 5 - Nov 9) (Jan 25 - Mar 15) Pilates Pilates 9:00-10:00 Adult Ballet 7:15-8:30 Fun Fit 7:15-8:15 Teen/Adult Ballet 7:45-9:00 pm Teen Ballet 6:00-7:00 Schedule subject to change pending enrollment and needs. Dress Code In keeping with classical ballet tradition, The School of the Sacramento Ballet has a full dress code wherein each level is represented by a specific colored leotard. For the Children s Division and the Student Division please see specifics following. Dress code goes into effect September 12 th. For safety, all students must wear street shoes and a cover-up over leotards and tights when entering and exiting the building. For the Annual School Demonstration in April 2017, all students in the Student Division must have a camisole leotard, style #2516, in their respective level color. All leotards may be purchased from the following School supported vendors. Both Capezio Sacramento and Capitol Costumes, Inc. welcome phone-in orders, wherein free delivery to the studio will occur each week. Capezio Sacramento Capitol Costumes, Inc H Street, Sacramento, CA Madison Avenue, Suite F1, Fair Oaks, CA (916) (916)
8 Girls and Women: Children s Division, Student Division, and Children s Division Student Division Leotards Tights Ballet Shoes Hair Pointe Shoes Level 4 and above Jewelry Warm-Up Clothes Ballet Skirts And Hip Elastics Contemporary Levels 5A, 6A, Choreography Class Tutu Toddlers: Free Dress Creative Movement: Light Pink leotard of choice. Skirts and tutus optional. See tights, ballet shoes and hair below. Pre-Ballet, Beginning Ballet I and II, and Preparatory Ballet: Any solid Light Pink leotard with optional sleeve length. No attached skirt. See tights, ballet shoes and hair below. Annual School Demonstration requires a light pink leotard. Motionwear ONLY: Styles #2516, #2518, #2200 or #2033 Level Color: Intro to Ballet: Black Level 1: Iris Level 2: Maroon Level 3: Hunter Green Level 4/4A: Red Level 5/5A: Ultraviolet Level 6/6A: Cobalt Blue : Black/White Annual School Demonstration requires a camisole leotard style #2516 in the respective level color. Free Dress: Intro to Level 6A On the first class of the month, any color or style leotard may be worn. Free Dress: Every Friday and Saturday, any color or style leotard may be worn. Pink full footed tights (convertible tights are acceptable). No under garments (including underwear). Pink ballet shoes with sewn elastic (leather shoes are preferred to strengthen feet). Drawstrings must be tucked in. Either split or full sole is acceptable (full sole preferred). Slipper style shoes are not acceptable. Proper hair is an important part of ballet etiquette. Hair should be pulled away from the face and neck in a high or low bun. Short hair may be pinned back from the face. No swinging ponytails, moderate small bows or flowers may be worn. For hair bun instructions visit The School s Facebook page and watch the how to video. All pointe shoes must have sewn ribbons, and any strings or torn material hanging off the tips must be removed. No jewelry except post earrings. No warm up clothes or cover-ups can be worn in ballet class. Skirts are optional for Rehearsal, RDA, Rep/Var. No hip elastics. Level leotard and pink tights. Convertible tights may be rolled to calf. Ballet shoes, socks or bare feet. Dress to be determined by choreographer.
9 Boys and Men: Children s Division, and Student Division and Pants/Tights Shirt Ballet Shoes Socks Black full or capri length tights, may not wear cycling or athletic shorts. Plain white or black t-shirt (must have shirts tucked in for Student Division). Black or White ballet shoes with sewn elastics (leather shoes are encouraged to strengthen feet). Either split or full sole is acceptable (full sole preferred) White socks Additional Disciplines (/Lyrical/Jazz/Hip Hop), Lyrical, Jazz, Hip Hop Free dress leotard, fitted shorts or jazz pants. Hair may be worn in a ponytail. For tap, tap shoes recommended. For Lyrical, ballet shoes are recommended. For Jazz and Hip Hop, jazz shoes are recommended.
10 Tuition The annual registration fee is $75 per student and is non-refundable ($60 for students registering after February 1 st ). Yearly or monthly payments are acceptable. Eight equal monthly payments may be made through PaySimple with a discount or in person at the reception desk. Monthly payments do not reflect the number of classes within the allotted period of time and are made prior to the first class in August, October, November, December, January, February, March and April. For refund policy, please see the Student Handbook. Level Children's Division PaySimple No PaySimple (8 payments) (8 payments) Yearly (1 payment) Tutu Toddlers (TTT) $55 $60 NA Creative Movement (CM) $75 $80 $570 Pre-Ballet (Pre) $75 $80 $570 Beginning Ballet I (BBI) $85 $90 $645 Beginning Ballet II (BBII) $95 $100 $725 Preparatory Ballet (Pre) $105 $110 $800 Classes in Additional Disciplines for Children s Division Class Enrolled Students Drop-In Students Creative Movement (CM), $25/month $40/month Pre-Ballet (Pre) Beginning Ballet I and II (BBI and BBII), Preparatory (Prep) $40/month $70/month
11 Level Student Division PaySimple (8 payments) No PaySimple (8 payments) Yearly (1 payment) Intro to Ballet (Intro) $160 $170 $1,200 Level 1 $180 $190 $1,375 Level 2 $205 $215 $1,550 Level 3 $300 $310 $2,275 Boys 1, 2, 3 $50 75% Scholarship* Flex Track $55 75% Scholarship* $380 75% Scholarship* Level 4, 5, 6 $300 $310 $2,275 Men 4, 5, 6 $75 75% Scholarship* Academy Track $80 75% Scholarship* $570 75% Scholarship* Level 4A $420 $430 $3,175 Level 5A $430 $440 $3,300 Level 6A $460 $470 $3,520 Sacramento Ballet Youth Ensemble () $525 $535 $4,000 Men 4A, 5A, 6A, 100% Scholarship* 100% Scholarship* 100% Scholarship* *Scholarship Recipients maintain scholarship status by demonstrating dedication, commitment and attendance to the program. Classes in Additional Disciplines for Student Division Class Enrolled Students Drop-In Students Class Levels Intro - 3 $40/month $70/month Class Levels 4, 4A, 5, 5A, 6, 6A Lyrical Class Levels Intro - 3 $40/month $70/month Lyrical Class Levels 4, 4A, 5, 5A, 6, 6A / Lyrical Levels Intro - 3 $65/month $120/month / Lyrical Levels 4, 4A, 5, 5A, 6, 6A $80/month $150/month Jazz Beginning Levels Intro 3 Jazz Intermediate Levels 4, 4A, 5 Jazz Advanced Levels 6, 6A and Hip Hop- Beginning/Intermediate Levels Intro 3 Hip Hop Intermediate/Advance Levels 4, 4A, 5, 5A, 6, Teen
12 Open Division Student Open Division Drop-In Classes The Student Open Division affords registered and non-registered dancers to take a Drop-In class based upon availability and evaluation by the School Principal. Each class is available at a Drop-In rate to accommodate busy schedules. Open Division Drop-In Classes include: Ballet,, Lyrical, Jazz and Hip Hop. Drop-In Rate: minutes $20 per class 1.0 hour $22 per class 1.25 hours $24 per class hours $26 per class 2.0 plus hours $28 per class Advanced AM Ballet Class Advanced AM Ballet Class (level 5/5A/6/6A/) Advanced level ballet class offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Drop-In classes are available on Mondays and Wednesdays only. If not a student of The School, an evaluation is required prior to the first class. Fall session: October 3 rd through November 11 th - $550 Spring session: January 23 rd through March 20 th - $750 Discount purchase of Fall and Spring Sessions $1,100 Drop-In Rate per class - $35 Teen /Adult Open Classes Teen and Beginning/Intermediate Adult Ballet Teen and Beginning/Intermediate Adult Ballet Open Division Class is for students age 14 to adult. Students use artistic expression along with a healthy dose of exercise for both the mind and body. Teen Ballet: Fridays 6:00-7:00 pm Adult Ballet: Tuesdays 7:15-8:30 pm, Thursdays 7:45-9:00 pm. Drop-In rate $20 per class Functional Fitness Functional Fitness is a class that gets you moving while burning calories and toning. Fall session: Wednesdays 7:15-8:15 pm, October 5 th through November 9 th Spring session: Wednesdays 7:15-8:15 pm, January 25th through March 15th Purchase Fall Session for $100. Purchase Spring Session for $130. Drop-In rate $20 per class Mat Pilates Mat Pilates focuses on improving core strength, endurance and control. Led by a Pilates certified instructor. Tuesday mornings from 9:00-10:00. Drop-In rate $20 per class
13 CONTACT INFORMATION School Director: School Principal: School Administrator: Carinne Binda Melanie Haller Dr. Julie Isherwood For a level placement evaluation to participating in drop-in classes, please call Dr. Julie, the School Administrator, at (916) , or her at to schedule an appointment. Registration Dates: Returning and Currently Enrolled Students: July 18 th, 19 th and 20 th : July 26 th and 27 th : 8:00 am 8:00 pm 10:00 am 8:00 pm New Student Enrollment: August 2 nd, 3 rd and 4 th : August 16 th, 18 th and 25th: August 26 th : 8:00 am 8:00 pm 8:00 am 6:00 pm Noon 6:00 pm Starting August 27 th, 2016, registration is ongoing space permitting. First Day of Classes: August 27 th, 2016 Parent Fall Observation Week: October nd, 2016 Parent Spring Observation Week: March th, 2017 Final Day of Classes: May 20 th, 2017 Annual Dance Demonstration: April 21 st /23 rd (tentative) No classes will be held on the following dates: Labor Day: Monday, September 5 th, 2016 Nutcracker Audition Day: Saturday, September 10 th, 2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22 nd 27 th, 2016 Winter Break: December 22nd, 2016 January 6 th, 2017 Martin Luther King Day: Monday, January 16 th, 2017 President s Day: Monday, February 20 th, 2017 Spring Break: Tuesday, April 11 th 16 th, 2017 All classes are held at the Sacramento Ballet Studios 2420 N Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
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Artistic Motion Dance - Recital 2016 We are so excited for AMD s 9 th annual recital When I Grow Up! Whether you re new to AMD this year or a seasoned dance parent, please read this entire packet carefully
Let them praise His name with dancing. Psalms 149:3 210 E. Kansas St. Liberty, MO 64068 816-918-3747 firstname.lastname@example.org Summer Dance Session 2017 5 week summer dance session runs from June 12
Dear Parent, Thank you for your child's participation in the 2016 production of Portland Ballet's The Victorian Nutcracker. In line with our dedication to providing clear communication with parents and
S C I S A N IC M Y G R S M H EE Y H R JA RH Y H M & GR O OV E S HOLI DAY CA MP Rhythmic Gymnastics for Beginners & Exposure to Street Jazz, Contemporary & Salsa MONDAY - FRIDAY 10am - 1pm *For girls aged
PARENT HANDBOOK 2018 DIRECTOR S MESSAGE Dear valued parents and students, Welcome to Premier School of Dance and thank you for your enrolment. Premier is committed to providing high quality dance tuition
YW FITNESS Health & Fitness Center Specialty Class Catalog WINTER 2018 WE RE PAPERLESS Find the catalog online at ywcaofstpaul.org/catalog REGISTER TODAY Winter 2018 YWCA St. Paul WINTER WORKOUTS START
Dance Department Requirements and Expectations (Approved by Board 4.16.15) ASFA Mission Statement The mission of the Alabama School of Fine Arts, a diverse community of explorers, is to nurture impassioned
Thank you for expressing interest in the UAH Cheerleading & Mascot Program. The following information packet contains: 1. Facts about UAH s Cheerleading & Mascot Program 2. Tryout Requirements 3. Score
Competition Team Parent Permission / Student Commitment Form Name of Dancer:Age / Birthdate: Competition Classes: (Please check all that your dancer will be competing in) Jazz Routine Tap Routine Production
VARSITY ALL-STAR DANCE JUDGES TRAINING Last season, Varsity Brands teamed up with Event Producers, coaches and studio/gym owners to create the FIRST EVER Varsity All-Star Dance Score Sheet. Why have one
The Dance Workshop Dance Production Information Colors of Dance Saturday, June 6, 2015 To all parents and students, please read all of the following information thoroughly and mark your calendars: 1. The
1 of 9 Fall 2017 Registration Mary Van Dyke, Artistic Director Children s Ballet Theater - Tennessee Ballet Theater - Memphis Youth Musical Theater email@example.com www.balletchildren.com Tel. 901-921-0388
Clinics: March 7 th 4:30 5:30 PM Audition: March 9th from 4:00 5:00 KCHS Dance Company Audition information!!! Pre Audition Clinic (KCHS wrestling room) and audition will be held in the KCHS gym. The KCHS
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT: Nurturing the potential of every child and teen YOUTH DEVELOPMENT: Nurturing the potential of every child and teen STRONG SWIMMERS, CONFIDENT KIDS Many have learned to swim at the Y,
COSTUME CARE INSTRUCTIONS: ORGANIZE, LABEL, REPEAT!! It is imperative that all of your dancer s costumes are kept extremely organized. Please be sure to LABEL all hangers with the class name and your child
Thank you for expressing interest in the UAH Cheerleading & Mascot Program. The following information packet contains: 1. Facts about UAH Cheerleading & Mascot Program 2. Tryout Requirements 3. Score Sheet
Plum High School Band Front Regulations 2017-2018 The Band Front includes the following units: 1. The Dance Team 2. The Majorettes 3. The Colorguard Team I. BAND FRONT LEADERSHIP A. Hierarchy of Leaders