By Level III dancers are ready to begin more complex work including beats, more demanding adagio and intricate petite allegro. Grande allegro becomes an integral part of across the floor work allowing the strength of jumps and turns to develop at a more advanced level.
By Level III the student should be completely proficient with their French terminology. They should recognize the step when called and know the definition of that step and the quality expected from that step.
The typical Level III student takes Ballet class two to three times a week and typically studies other styles of dance to strengthen quality of movement and style. *At Level III students are assessed for pointe work.
Classes At Sullivan
Note that not all classes are offered every season. Check schedule for current classes.