Intermediate Ballet Class
Now that you’ve mastered the basics, the intermediate levels (levels 4 and 5) are where your ballet really starts to take off. You’ll learn single and double pirouettes, a range of jumps and challenge yourself with increasingly complex choreography and movement. The artistic side of ballet will start to show itself, as you now have the ability to think about more than just doing-the-steps.
You’ll continue to work on your technique and build your repertoire of steps and combinations.
In these classes you’ll really start feeling like a dancer, and you’ll recognise many of the movements in famous ballets from your classes.
Everyone progresses at a different rate, but on average you can expect to reach level 4 (intermediate) after a couple of years of regular ballet classes.