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 Post subject: Goh Ballet - New Programs for Summer & Fall
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 1:16 pm 
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Dear Goh Ballet Community,

Please excuse the second email this month. But there are new programs for
the Summer and Fall in which we thought you might be interested:

<http://www.gohballet.com/images/summer_2006_guests.jpg> SUMMER INTENSIVE:

Space is still available for the Summer Intensive (July 3 to August 5) at
both the general and professional levels. Our last group audition will be
Tuesday, June 20th at 4:00 p.m. Email with student name, birthdate and phone
number to be added to this audition. But if you can't make it, contact the
office to set up an individual appointment. Audition only required for
professional division.

SUMMER ADULT INTENSIVE (and absolute beginner):

We are offering three levels of adult ballet this summer, including an
absolute beginners program, and the option of up to four classes per week
for those looking for a real intensive program for the 5 weeks from July 3
to August 5. Classes are in the evenings (7:00 to 8:30 p.m.) Monday through
Thursday. For details, click here to download the information and
registration <http://www.gohballet.com/pdf/Adult_Summer_2006_Form.pdf>
form. Space is limited and first-come-first-served.

FALL REGISTRATION:

Classes are filling, and some are already full, for the September through
June season. Contact the Academy as soon as possible to save your space.

<http://www.gohballet.com/images/clowns.jpg> NEW SUNDAY PROGRAMS:

The Goh will begin offering shorter-term, low-cost programs on Sundays
starting this summer.

* The first session runs for six Sundays from July 16 to August 20 .

Age 3: Creative Movement Class
This pre-ballet program introduces movement, focus, cooperation and working
in unison in a fun, short, weekly class.

<http://www.gohballet.com/images/boys.jpg> Boys Age 6-11: Jazz & Hip Hop

Girls Age 6-8: Introductory Ballet

Girls Age 9-11: Introductory Ballet

Girls Age 6-11: Jazz & Hip Hop

Girls Age 6-11: Chinese Dance

Adults: Movement and Music for Fitness and Expression
This program is about the joy and freedom of movement, music and fitness for
maintaining a healthy and expressive lifestyle. The program introduces a
wide range of dance styles for adults with little or no experience.

Please reply <mailto:admin@gohballet.com> , noting any of these Sunday
programs in which you are interested. Registration forms with fees and
schedules will be available shortly and will be emailed directly to those
who have responded at that time.

Brian Gross
Administrator
Goh Ballet Academy
2345 Main Street
Vancouver, BC V5T 3C9, Canada
Phone: 604-872-4014; Fax: 604-872-4011
Email: admin@gohballet.com
Web: www.gohballet.com

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registration), PROFESSIONAL (announcements of auditions, programs and
registration), ADULT (announcements of programs and registration),
PERFORMANCES. Most items will be covered in the monthly Newsletter, but
other notices will infrequently be sent on time-sensitive matters.


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