Adult Ballet Classes

Are you an adult dancer looking for expressive and beautiful ballet classes? Join us in the studio to truly discover the magic of ballet with City Adult Ballet's open classes that will challenge, motivate, and inspire.

Perfect for dancers who have had two or more years of ballet training, City Adult Ballet open ballet classes allow for flow and freedom of movement with an emphasis on clean technique with postural alignment cues, and insights into using your artistry taught by professionals.

Classes at City Adult Ballet can be attended on a term basis - available until 30 April - or sign up for any studio class casually throughout the term. Your classes will be taught by City Adult Ballet principal, Jane Casson, who is very passionate about sharing her insights and tips (that she has learned as a professional dancer with The Australian Ballet) with her adult dancers and is excited to support you going forward in your dance journey.

DATES & TIME: Starting from Tuesday 20 April - Thursday 24 June 2021 Tuesdays 1:00pm - 2:15pm Thursdays 11:00am - 12:15pm

VENUE: Ministry of Dance Level 1, 64 Sutton Street North Melbourne Victoria 3051 COST: $240 for 10 x Tuesday Open Ballet Classes * $240 for 10 x Thursday Open Ballet Classes * $440 for 20 x Tuesday & Thursday Open Ballet Classes * or $28 per Casual Studio Class Term classes are available until 30 April. Casual classes available at any time throughout the term PARKING: There is free on-street parking on Sutton Street, Boundary Road, Mark Street, and Alfred Street.

BOOKINGS: Visit www.cityadultballet.com.au for class bookings and to learn more.

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April

January

This special development program will provide a handful of selected young artists, who have already completed full time classical and/or contemporary training.

May

June

From the catwalks of Paris to the office boardroom, South Australian choreographer/performer Erin Fowler presents FEMME, a deeply personal work that explores the stereotypes of femininity through movement, dance, sound, and text.

August

September