Classical Ballet Classical Ballet

Classical ballet training – from beginner to professional in the Vaganova style.

Pre Ballet I Pre Ballet I

Designed for youngest students, this class stresses coordination, musical awareness, spatial awareness, and listening skills.

Yoga / Pilates for Dancers Yoga / Pilates for Dancers

This class is designed for dancers to increase flexibility and stamina. The Yoga/Pilates class is required for Vaganova III, Vaganova IV and Vaganova II students that are en pointe.

Character / Folk Dance Character / Folk Dance

Character dance is integral to classical ballet repertoire. Some of the most popular character dances in ballet are The Mazurka, Czardas, and Tarantella.

Tap Tap

Develops style and is excellent for rhythm, timing, and sharpness of footwork.

Jazz Jazz

Each dancer will focus on the ability to move, isolate, and control parts of the body which is an essential skill required for making rapid adjustment to the various styles encountered in dance.

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Abigail Francisco School of Classical Ballet determines weather-related class cancellations by the Calvert County Public School system. If after school activities only are canceled, check the school’s Facebook page to see if classes are still being held. Students have two weeks to make up classes cancelled due to weather. The make up class must be at the student’s level or lower. 

 

 

News & Announcements

Newsletter – January 2018

Newsletter – January 2018

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Newsletter January 2018

Parent Watch Schedule

Parent Watch Schedule

Posted by on Dec 20, 2017 in News

NORTH BEACH January 23 – 27    All Classes taught by Ms. Abigail Vaganova I – Thursday class Vaganova II – Tuesday & Wednesday class Vaganova III – Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday classes  February 5 – 10  Pre Ballet I – Monday Class Pre Ballet II – Tuesday & Saturday classes Pre Ballet III […]

Newsletter – November 2017

Newsletter – November 2017

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in News, Newsletter

Newsletter November 2017