"Children's Syllabus"
Workshop Description

CORVINO BALLET SLEEPOVER WEEKEND WORKSHOPS IN TEACHING CHILDREN*
Saturday.....

10 to 12 noon - Ballet Class with Ernesta Corvino in New York City at Flamenco Vivo Studio, 4 West 43rd Street, between 5th & 6th Avenues, 8th floor (take elevator to Floor 7 and walk up one flight)
You may either take the class or observe.

12:30 to 1:30 - Train to Casa Corvino Little Fox in Norwalk Connecticut

2 to 3 - Lunch

3 to 6 - Demonstration and Practice of each element in "The Syllabus....Teaching Ballet to Children Ages 7 & Up with The Corvino Approach™" * PART 1

6 to 7 - Dinner

7 to 8:30 - View films


Sunday.....


9 to 10 - Breakfast

10 to 11 noon - Adult Ballet Class Warm-Up

11 to 1 - Demonstration and Practice ...PART 2

1 to 2 - Lunch

2 to 4 - Review and Sample Teaching with guidance.....The opportunity to instruct the group receiving feedback.

4 to 6 - Recreational time….. Picnic on the beach and mini-golf and/or ping-pong, board games or just kick back and enjoy being  :)

6pm onward - Option to stay for dinner and/or sleepover another night!


Cost: (Includes most meals)

$575 for one weekend.....(50% non-refundable deposit of $87.50 required 2 weeks prior)
$525 for non-sleepovers.....(50% non-refundable deposit of $62.50 required 2 weeks prior)
Committment to both days of the workshop required!


***PLEASE NOTE: THE COST OF THE WORKSHOP INCLUDES THE COPYRIGHTED SYLLABUS PLUS A CORRESPONDING CD.
The syllabus includes how to get started with the first lessons then gives the "evolution" of each exercise to progress the student into the future.***

Signed copy of Equipoise, The Life and Work of Alfredo Corvino -$35


If coming on your own from Grand Central station....take the Metro North New Haven Line - get off at DARIEN - and take taxi to 14 Little Fox Lane in NORWALK.


Please feel free to forward this to others....teachers, dancers who want to teach or just other dancers and students of dance who want to deepen their knowledge.
Thank you!

Welcome to Corvino Ballet

In the 1940s, a young soloist from the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo fell in love with and married a beautiful photographer and costume maker from New York City.
 
The rest is history........
 
 
 
~~~ This site is in    LOVING MEMORY   of these two remarkable people ~~~
 
 
                               ALFREDO CORVINO (1916-2005)  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                                                 AND
 
 
 
                                                          MARCELLA CORVINO (1918-2004)