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Congratulations to Nicole for winning 1st prize at GTB online competition for 12&U Classical solo! 👏👏👏
Thank you Ms Joan for your dedication and guidance ❤️
We would like to share with you another clip from our full-length ballet “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs”!
This scene depicts the 7 dwarfs meeting Snow White for the 1st time.
It was such a special experience coaching the girls in acting and mime. Technique takes time to build, and so is the courage to show your personality.
Thank you Ms Xia for finding the right character for each girl and guiding them through this fun journey!
This dance was presented at CBA’s 2nd Year End Performance in 2014. It was a joint performance between our Intermediate-Advanced students and Adult Ballet students.
It was not easy for our Adult students to balance between their work and all the rehearsals, but they have done a great job and we were so happy to see many of them experiencing the stage for the first time!
Thank you to Ms Liu Xiao Mi for the beautiful choreography.
Today’s clip is an excerpt from our 2016 Year End Performance “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs”, a self-choreographed full-length ballet. The scene shows young Snow White playing in the garden with the flowers and ladybirds.
It was challenging for our little flowers and ladybirds, who were between ages 3.5 to 5, to remember their movements, music and formations at such a young age, and the girls put in a lot of effort into practising their item. 👏
It took a lot of patience, love and skill on our teachers’ part as well, and it was very rewarding for them to see the girls enjoying the time on stage.
Thank you to our teachers Ms Ma Yu, Ms Rebekah, Ms Tina, Mrs Lee and Ms Haiying Xia for their dedication.
We are happy to have Mr Robert Mills share with us his chosen topic “Rond de Jambe”.
Mr Robert is a ballet teacher trained at Australian Ballet School. He was a former professional dancer with West Australian Ballet and Singapore Dance Theatre.
In his video, Mr Robert will talk about how dancers can work multiple parts of their bodies through Ronde de Jambe. He provides in-depth explanation on how to work the supporting leg from foot up to the hip, and how this will enable the working leg to activate correctly. This is supplemented with careful demonstration to help students visualise his explanations accurately.
Thank you Mr Robert for sharing these valuable learning points with our students and teachers!