The Course for classical-academic dance instructors is designed for teachers aged 18 – 55. Through an in-depth study of the program and methods used in the first three years of the Scala Ballet School, the course aims to widen the breadth of knowledge and professionalism of individuals who have already had classical-academic teaching experience.
The course is spread over a period of two years and is based both on technical training and practical application.
The principal teachers are Loretta Alexandrescu, Maria Barbiero, Chiara Cavalli, Amelia Colombini (a Ballet School instructor) and Sonia Paltanin.
- Theory and practical application of classical and academic dance, Amelia Colombini.
- Anatomy and physiology, Chiara Cavalli.
- Pedagogy, Sonia Paltanin.
- Music analysis and theory, Marina Barbiero.
- Historical and character dance, Bella Ratchiskaia.
- Beginners academic dance, Eliane Arditi.
- Floor barre, Alex d'Orsay, Antonella Stroppa.
- Fundamentals of contemporary dance, Emanuela Tagliavia.
- Dance history, Francesca Pedroni.
- Music history, Fabio Sartorelli.
Asistant conductors: Inessa Filistovich, Eliana Grasso.
Duration: two years.
Frequency: twice a week, 8 hours per day.
- Eight years of classical-academic dance study that can be certified by schools, institutions or dance centers.
- Between the ages of 18 and 55.
- Preference given to persons having at least two years of documented professional experience as a dancer or a member of the artistic direction of an Italian or foreign dance company or troupe; experience in teaching academic-classical dance at a dance school or for a dance company or troupe.
Max participants: 20.
Call and application
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