About Ballet Intermediate with Kasper Cornish
Classes start on Mon 8 Jan 2024 and run until Mon 25 March 2024 (excluding Mon 12 Feb due to half term)
This is a light-hearted and enjoyable experience for dancers who have a solid foundation in classical ballet.
If you’re looking to build movement vocabulary while retaining longer and more complex sequences, this class offers options for both. The focus on the relationship between music and dance creates a unique and engaging experience that will leave you feeling accomplished and inspired. Recommended if you have over 3 years ballet experience.
Using rhythm and accent, the class aims to enhance muscle control and performance quality, all while being accompanied by pianist Andrew Higgs.
- Enrol for the term for £140.00 to save and guarantee your place or drop-in for £14.00 per class (concessions available)
- We encourage you to get in touch with us if you have any access requirements to ensure our classes are delivered in the most inclusive way possible. You can find an outline of our access information here.
- Please arrive on time - unfortunately we are unable to accommodate participants who are more than 15 minutes late as the warm-up is an important part of the class.
- Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds or exchanges, unless there are extenuating circumstances. You can read our booking Terms & Conditions here.
About Your Teacher
Kasper has taught Ballet since 1997 for colleges, conservatoires, summer schools, dance companies and open classes. Performing work includes Ballet Dancer to Wrestler for the TV series Faking It, The Snowman (West End & BBC DVD), The Phantom of The Opera feature film & national tour, My Fair Lady (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Principal dancer at Glyndebourne Opera and dancing in Bejart’s Bolero with Sylvie Guillem. Choreographic work includes: The Classical Brits, Tim Minchin’s Canvas Bag (BBC 3), Shakespeare’s Happy Endings (BBC4), The Terence Higgins Trust, Nickelodeon, Degas (Exhibition on Screen) and Betty Blue Eyes (Union Theatre).