Open Saturday class at URC 1st December 2012 – sketch by Peter Street
Susie Crow currently teaches non-syllabus ballet classes at a range of levels in Oxford. All classes are held at the United Reformed Church Hall, 294A Banbury Road, Summertown (opposite South Parade and Radio Oxford), Oxford OX2 7HN. This was refurbished in 2011 and has a sprung Harlequin dance floor.
10.00-11.30am Advanced class for dance professionals, senior students and adults with experience. £10 per class, 10th class free for regular attenders.
Oxford Academy of Dance (OAD) classes, taught by the experienced and inspiring Karen Sellick, comprise an adult beginners/improvers’ class 5.30-6.45pm and an Intermediate/free work class 6.45-8.15pm, thus potentially a great opportunity for those of you at these levels who are interested in doing another weekly class. Price £10 per class pay as you go. Paula Natrass has asked that if you plan to attend these classes you email her your contact details so that she would be able to contact you in case of emergency or class cancellation:
10.00-11.15am Adult Beginners’ ballet for complete beginners or those with some experience returning to class after absence. £10 per class, £8 for students,10th class free for regular attenders.
11.30am-1.00pm Intermediate/Advanced class with the emphasis on enjoyable dancing to end the week. £10 per class, 10th class free for regular attenders.
10.00-11.30am Contemporary dance class, taught by established Oxford based teachers in a range of styles and aimed at dance professionals and students and adults with experience. These classes have been programmed by Rachel Gildea and myself as Collective Contemporary Class; they are professional level class for experienced dancers in Oxford, aimed at sustaining the local dance community and sharing practice. Teachers to date have included Joëlle Pappas, Lizie Gireaudau, John Darvell, Ana Barbour, Lucia Walker, Miranda Tufnell, Flavia Coube, Marina Collard, Lizzy Le Quesne, Cecilia Macfarlane and Fiona Millward. If you are interested in attending these classes please contact Susie to ensure you receive specific updates on the schedule and teachers; information will be posted here and on the CCC Facebook page. £10 per class, pay as you go. These classes are not currently running but given sufficient interest may resume.
4.15-5.30pm Adult Beginners’s ballet class; an alternative to Saturday’s class or a supplement for those who would like to do class more often. £10 per class, £8 for students,10th class free for regular attenders.
5.45-7.15pm Intermediate ballet class. This provides opportunities to study particular steps in simple enchainements, with a chance for technical analysis. Options for elaboration are provided for more advanced dancers. £10 per class, 10th class free for regular attenders.
The student term card offers 8 classes for £60 to be taken within a particular term. Students can use this for Thursday morning, Saturday Intermediate/Advanced, and Monday Intermediate classes.
Artists are welcome to come and draw dance classes on Mondays or Thursdays for a contribution of £8. Those interested should contact Susie Crow as places are limited.
Private classes can sometimes be arranged.
Term dates and any schedule changes are posted on this blog. For further details and to receive schedule updates and information about related dance activities by email please contact Susie:
Tel: 01865 557098