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Little Dancer - SA 9:00am

Maryland Youth Ballet

Saturday, November 7, 2015 - Saturday, January 23, 2016
Maryland Youth Ballet 926 Ellsworth Drive Silver SpringMD  20910
Saturday, November 7, 2015 - Saturday, January 23, 2016
Maryland Youth Ballet 926 Ellsworth Drive Silver SpringMD  20910

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What's Included

For young dancers ages 3 to 4 years old. The Little Dancer Class is designed as a program to address a child’s developmental needs and create a fun dance experience. Each session starts with activities such as bending, stretching and moving and progresses to loco-motor movements including marching, galloping and jumping. Children also focus on learning to follow directions and dance as part of a group. Individual expression and creativity is encouraged as each child learns to use their body.

About This Organizer

Since 1971, the mission of MYB has been to provide the highest caliber of training and performance opportunities to young dancers in order to prepare them for a career in the performing arts as well as to provide classes to dancers of all ages and levels in the community.

 

MYB’s children’s program puts deliberate emphasis on pre-professional achievement with each level carefully crafted to provide the most comprehensive training and coaching in order to produce the high quality dancer that MYB is known for.

 

MYB’s adult program, spanning levels from basic beginner through advanced, enjoys the same faculty as the children’s program, offering our adults the finest teachers of ballet, stretch, and classical core conditioning in the region.

 

MYB also provides the community with professional quality performances exposing the area to the art of ballet.  In addition, MYB’s outreach program makes ballet available to the community’s under-served and disadvantaged children allowing all to experience the joy of dance.

Organizer Info

  • Maryland Youth Ballet

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Maryland Youth Ballet 926 Ellsworth Drive Silver SpringMD  20910
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