To register online for Balletomane’s 2017/18 Dance Season (commencing in September 2017), please fill in the following REGISTRATION FORM (click on the link). Please fill in all of the required information and send the completed form via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (please ensure credit card information and authorization is provided). Alternatively, you may drop off completed forms and any post-dated cheques at the Balletomane Office at 379 Davis Road, Oakville, ON, L6J 2X2.
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BALLETOMANE students are encouraged to work towards graded and/or vocational examinations each year. These examinations allow for each student to strive for a common goal while improving his/her own standard. Examinations will occur in the Spring of each calendar year in the ISTD and RAD Syllabi. Yearly exams are offered to qualified students, solely at the discretion of the Artistic Faculty, from Primary to Advanced Levels. Students in the Classical Ballet Division are required to take a minimum of two classes per week from Grade One onwards. Students in the Modern / Jazz Division are required to take one Open Ballet Class from Grade Five onwards. In some instances additional training classes may be required, at a nominal charge, prior to examination dates.
BALLETOMANE Summer Programs are offered in August and are instructed by our highly accredited Artistic Faculty and numerous Special Guest Instructors. Summer Programsoffered for the Summer of 2017 are as follows:
Please fill in all of the required information and send the completed form via email to email@example.com (please ensure credit card information and authorization is provided). Alternatively, you may drop off completed forms and any post-dated cheques at the Balletomane Office at 379 Davis Road, Oakville, ON, L6J 2X2.
Ballet is the basis of all dance forms and is essential for posture, strength and flexibility. BALLETOMANE follows the Syllabi of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing and The Royal Academy of Dance.
Modern is a creative syllabus which combines the grace of classical ballet with the freedom and movement of jazz. BALLETOMANE follows the Syllabi of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing in Modern Theatre Dance.
Tap develops musicality, rhythm and co-ordination in a creative yet structured environment. BALLETOMANE follows the Syllabi of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing in Tap.
Jazz is made up of many different styles (Lyrical, Classical, Funk) and is based on the relationship between music and movement.
Contemporary is a unique blend of Classical Ballet and Modern and is based on such philosophies as those developed by Graham & Limone. This is an evolving form of dance that requires a strong technical background. At this time, Contemporary is only offered to students of the Vocational Program.
Hip Hop is a reflection of urban culture and has rapidly developed through music videos.
MUSICAL THEATRE & STAGE
Musical Theatre is a triple threat program that combines Music, Dance and Acting.
*Adult Ballet – Tuesdays: 8:15PM to 9:15PM
*Adult Tap – Wednesdays: 8:15PM to 9:15PM
* Classes are $13 + HST
VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS (VJM & VBRC)
BALLETOMANE has two Vocational Programs for eligible students (Vocational Jazz & Modern and Vocational Ballet Repertoire & Choreography). The Vocational Programs enable and allow for careful, constructive and professional training within a nurturing environment. Our philosophy is in “complete” education, which stresses both the importance of academics and dance.
These programs are carefully designed for competitive, dedicated and serious dance students. We aim to prepare students for a potential professional career in dance performance, teaching, choreography or related professions. As such, a serious time commitment must be made by each student and their families. Recent graduates of Balletomane’s Vocational Programs have gone on to dance with many prestigious training institutions and companies including but not limited to: School of Alberta Ballet, Joffrey Ballet School, National Ballet School of Canada, Royal Winnipeg Ballet School, English National Ballet School, Boston Ballet School, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School and American Ballet Theatre School.
Entry into these programs is based on physical attributes, the ability for students to accept and apply corrections, and a strong sense of discipline. At this time, entry into the Vocational Programs is by invitation/audition only. Please contact the Ms. Ferenc directly for information regarding the Vocational Programs.
- Vocational students are expected to participate in all required core classes, extra rehearsals, examinations and shows
- Vocational students are encouraged to participate in outside classes with the recommendation and permission of BALLETOMANE Artistic Faculty
- Participating in BALLETOMANE guest instructor Master Classes
- Vocational students must attend additional summer classes / dance intensives