BALLET THEATRE ANNOUNCES NATIONAL TRAINING CURRICULUM
ABT’s National Training Curriculum is a program for the development
and training of young students that embraces sound ballet principles
and incorporates elements of the French, Italian and Russian schools
of training. Under the direction of ABT Artistic Director Kevin
McKenzie, ABT’s National Training Curriculum was designed
and written by Franco De Vita and Raymond Lukens in collaboration
with ABT’s Artistic Advisors
and the Medical Advisory Board.
ABT’s National Training Curriculum aims to assist beginning
through advanced teachers in training dance students to use their
bodies correctly, focusing on kinetics and coordination, as well
as anatomy and proper body alignment. Artistically, the National
Training Curriculum strives to provide dance students with a rich
knowledge of classical ballet technique and the ability to adapt
to all styles and techniques of dance.
ABT Certified Teachers
have completed intensive training in the ABT National Training Curriculum
and successfully passed comprehensive examination(s). For more detailed
information on becoming an ABT Certified Teacher,
|July 13-18, 2015
Training Session #2: Levels 4 and 5 in New York, NY
|July 20-25, 2015
Training Session #3: Levels 6, 7 & Partnering in New York, NY
|July 28-August 5, 2015
Training Session #1: Pre-Primary through Level 3 in New York, NY
Dance Educators can download registration forms for the upcoming Teacher Training Intensives below:
Registration Form for Training Session #1 in New York, NY (Pre-Primary Level through Level 3)
Registration Form for Training Sessions #2 and #3 in New York, NY (Levels 4, 5 and/or Levels 6, 7 & Partnering)
Audit Registration Form – you may only Audit teacher training sessions of the levels that you are currently Certified in.
Please contact Meghan Love, National Training Curriculum and ABT/NYU Program Manager,
at email@example.com or
(212) 477-3030, ext. 1168.