Description
INTERMEDIATE BALLET DANCE II
Explores ballet dance from an artistic, intellectual and physical approach. Through exposure to floor-barre, standing barre, traveling and center based exercises; students will gain a greater sense of alignment, anatomical principles, musicality, and self-awareness. Additionally, through studying the repertoire of professional ballet companies, students will be able to recognize the elements that define classical vs. contemporary ballet dance, and the importance of both to the dance landscape. Prior exposure to ballet dance is preferred. Instructor approval will be given during the first week of classes to determine appropriate placement. This course counts as a Group A, Humanities and The Arts General Education Requirements/ This course will apply 1 credit toward satisfying the Fitness and Recreational Skills requirement. Prerequisites: None (It is recommended that the student have previous ballet experience.)
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Activity - Required
Offering
Course
DANCE 221
Academic Group
College of Liberal Arts
Academic Organization
Music, Theatre, and Dance
Campus
Bloomsburg Main Campus
Typically Offered
All Terms