Performing Dance Arts Announces Inaugural Ballet Intensive
Toronto, Canada, August 28, 2015 – Performing Dance Arts (www.performingdancearts.ca), Toronto’s leading dance studio for children of all skill levels, is announcing its inaugural Ballet Intensive.
In addition to its Acro Intensive and other Summer Intensive dance camps held earlier this summer, Performing Dance Arts is now holding its very first Ballet Intensive from August 31st through to September 2nd.
“Talk about excitement, we can’t wait to get as many dancers out for this camp as possible,” says Ashley Daychak, Creative Director at Performing Arts. “Ballet is such a beautiful dance style, and probably the most demanding in terms of technique and form. The students who attend this intensive will get so much out of these three days. We have an incredible instructor who knows how to push the students and make sure it’s worth every minute.”
Naira Ramazanova will be the dance instructor leading the ballet classes. Ramazanova is part of the artistic staff of the National Canadian Ballet and represented her country at the International Dance Competition, Vaganova-Prix in St. Petersburg, Russia.
“Naira is no rookie,” says Daychak. “She’s an accomplished dancer herself and now she’s become just as accomplished a ballet instructor. She’ll give the students an amazing dance experience, and one they’ll be able to remember long after the intensive is over.”
In addition to the ballet instructions, Lisa Messina will be leading Yoga and conditioning classes, as well. The entire intensive is excellent training for the body and preparation for the upcoming dance season.
Daychak says Performing Dance Arts is all about providing dancers and their parents with the very best value for their dollar.
“We include as much as we can so our dancers and their parents can come away from one of our intensives and feel like it was worth the time and resources they put into it. The value of this ballet intensive is incredible and we know our dancers will enjoy it.”
Daychak reminds all parents that there’s still time to sign up. Those interested in the Ballet Intensive can visit the Performing Dance Arts web site at www.PerformingDanceArts.ca to register or call 905-856-1030 for more information.
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