24 weeks // 3 teachers // 3 approaches to ballet
If you have a solid foundation in ballet, this course will help you maintain and further develop your technique and artistry. Do you have some skill which you are struggling with? Pirouette, grand pas de chat, balancing... here is the place where you can always ask questions, have specific requests to the teacher and get useful advice immediately.
The classes follow a traditional structure (barre, center, allegro and diagonal exercises) and the teaching is informed by current knowledge of dance anatomy and body awareness techniques. The classes are held in English or in English and Hungarian. Teachers take turns by every 4-5 weeks.
TIME & DATES Thursdays, 17:30 – 19:00 18 November 2021 – 26 May 2022 (24 weeks excluding holidays)
VENUE ZeroPlus Dance Studio; 1 Jurányi Street, Budapest 1027
FEE – Whole course, 24 classes: 48.000 Ft (2.000 Ft/class) – Pass for 8 classes: 18.000 Ft (2.250 Ft/class), can be used within 10 weeks (not counting holidays) – Single class: 2.500 Ft
REGISTRATION Please write an email to ZeroPlus Dance Studio and indicate how you want to commit to the course (whole course, pass, single class): firstname.lastname@example.org
TEACHERS: // Boglárka Lakatos-Varga (HU) Holds two master's degrees in dance pedagogy from the Hungarian Dance Academy, having completed both classical ballet and modern dance specializations. She has been teaching Graham, European modern, Ballet, Art Jazz, Cunningham, Improvisation and Contemporary at private schools since 2009. She has been teaching at Pécs Secondary School of Arts since 2014 and in the ZeroPlus professional dance education program since 2015. As a dance artist, she has collaborated among others with the National Theatre of Győr, the Bulgarian Derida Dance Company and the Hungarian State Opera.
// Alejandra Rosas (CO) Completed her professional studies at Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy. She started dancing when she was 6 years old and studied classical ballet from the most prestigious teachers in Colombia and Cuba. She has been teaching adults and children for six years and she is a teacher in the ZeroPlus professional dance education program. Her recent artistic collaborations include ZeroPlus DanceWorks, Ziggurat Project and UGOIQ.
// Ayumi Toyabe (JP) Completed the 3-year professional diploma program at Ballett-Akademie Fürth (Germany). She has also learned various contemporary techniques, Laban Movement Analysis, Body-Mind Centering, Feldenkrais Method, Alexander Technique, dance & technology. She has been teaching ballet and contemporary dance since 2017 and she is a teacher in the ZeroPlus professional dance education program. As a dancer and creator, she is collaborating with various artists in Hungary and abroad. Read more about her work at https://ayumitoyabe.themedia.jp
Cover image by Ernő Futár.