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 Post subject: RAD "Romeo and Juliet" Adult Ballet Repertoire Workshop
PostPosted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:09 pm 
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I have posted this as I am a dancer at this workshop, but have no other association with RAD.

Sunday 30th June 2013, 3.15 to 5.15pm at Colours of Dance Studio, 182 Histon Road, Cambridge, CB4 3JP

Fee
£30.00

Closing date
Monday 10 June 2013

Who can attend
Students aged 18 years
and above at all levels
from Beginners to
Advanced/Professional



If you have been working hard on developing your dance skills and strengthening your ballet technique, this is your chance to put them into practice through learning and performing a scene from a well-loved ballet!

This repertoire workshop offers participants the unique opportunity to explore the ballet Romeo & Juliet, the tragic love story, through dance, music and acting. Following a brief warmup, participants will learn choreography from a selected scene, gaining an insight into the way in which a corps de ballet dancer studies an rehearses. The workshop will also improve both technical and performance skills.

For information
please contact:
Katie Hart
Training Officer
020 7326 8025
khart@rad.org.uk


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