"A fun-filled introduction to the world of ballet for kids!"31 August 2004Family75 mins
This program is a wonderful introduction to the world of ballet, especially designed for children ages four through six. It contains all the aspects of a formal ballet class including a barre warm-up, stretches, center practice and across the floor combinations. This class is taught by Rosemary Boross, a renowned teacher on the art of training children in dance and the creator of other programs for children such as A Fantasy Garden Ballet Class, I'm a Ballerina Now, The Land of Sweet Taps, Tot Tap and Junior Jazz. All of the movements are explained step by step, followed by a performance of the steps by Rosemary Boross and her beginning preschool students. Along with the beautiful music written by Bruce Stephen-Foster, this program is a fun-filled ballet dance experience!
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