World Ballet Day 2019

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World Ballet Day 2019 2019-10-11T19:14:52+00:00

This year World Ballet Day will be taking place on Wednesday 23rd October and VBDance will be celebrating in style with some fun activities planned during that week. With Ballet being our most popular style of dance with a staggering 27 ballet classes taken each week, we wanted to honour this amazing dance genre and further inspire our dancers.

World Ballet Day Diary of Events at VBDance

Wednesday 23rd October – Film Screening of Ballerina at Birchwood Grove CP School. All Birchwood Grove pupils are invited to come along and watch the film Ballerina in the Studio straight after school and celebrate World Ballet Day with teachers from VBDance please email Victoria to book a space for your child.

Thursday 24th October – Grade 1, 2 and 3 Ballet dancers are invited to observe senior students in their Intermediate Ballet class 7:45pm – 9pm. Please email Victoria to book a space for your child.

Thursday 24th and Saturday 26th October – Senior Ballet students will perform an excerpt from their class work at the end of the Pre School and Primary Ballet classes at Woodlands Meed School.

Thursday 24th and Saturday 26th October – Ballet photo stations at classes with Tutus and other Ballet related dressing up accessories and costumes for the dancers to try on and have their photos taken.

The Royal Ballet and other major ballet companies around the world will be offering a unique glimpse behind the scenes with livestreamed rehearsals and interviews via YouTube and Facebook on World Ballet Day! Please do have a look as it is such a wonderful opportunity to inspire our students.

To celebrate World Ballet Day…

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