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BALLET ARTS~OPEN REGISTGRATION IS NOW!

Posted in About the class, Ballet Arts Policies, CURRENTLY SHOWING, Montgomery, Schedule, The Ballet World on July 23, 2012 by gr8full

BALLET ARTS

OPEN REGISTGRATION IS NOW!

*Kathleen McCloskey-Scott Director:  802-326-4430

-Introduction to Dance and Movement (4 yr. olds)-

-Pre Ballet (5-6 yr. olds)-

-Beginners Ballet Levels 1-3 (7-12 yrs. old)-

-Intermediate-Advanced Technique (13 yrs. old-Adult)-

-Pointe-Variation Classes-

-One of a kind Children’s Summer Workshops; Dance-Theater-Art-

-Master Classes Ballet and Modern/Contemporary-

-Performance Opportunities-

-Professional Adult Faculty-

-Class Size Capped at 10 Students-

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Posted in A Dancers Thoughts on Ballet Arts, About the class, ALUMNI, Ballet Arts Policies, CURRENTLY SHOWING, Montgomery, Schedule, The Ballet World on April 13, 2011 by gr8full

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Carols and Candles

Posted in Montgomery on November 18, 2007 by gr8full

   

 December 22th: “Carols and Candles”. 5:00 p.m. Pratt Hall. Andrew Massey leads this annual Community sing along. Stories, dancers, refreshments too. 

 Last year’s community sing along and performance filled Pratt Hall’s pews with about 150 people enjoying the show.  Thanks to Marijke Dollois and Sabra Massey for organizing the event, Noella McGroarty for leading the decorations team, Parma Jewett for baking the delicious refreshments and the Gingerbread House we raffled off to a lucky child,  Kathleen McCloskey-Scott and her talented dancers, Lisa Perry and Suzanne Dollois for reading Christmas stories, and our special guests, the North Country Brass Quartet.  Kudos and thanks also to Andrew Massey for conducting us and motivating your humble editor to attempt to hit those high notes.  (Sabra assures me she was laughing with me, not at me!)

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