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Corvino Ballet

Corvino Ballet classes reflect the teaching method developed over the past 50 years first by Maestro Alfredo Corvino then subsequently by his daughters Andra Corvino and Ernesta Corvino.

It is a unique approach to the understanding, practice and application of this classic art form. Grounded in the organic principles of movement it is anatomically sound, devoid of affectation, with great emphasis on musicality.

A strong and clean technique is developed through concentration on movement quality and specific dynamic timings. This is achieved not only by the exercises given but also by the way they are explained and explored. Each dancer, by practicing in between sequences and absorbing what is being discussed, can improve quickly and develop to his/her full potential.

Whether the dancer is an elementary student or an advanced professional... a performer, teacher, or choreographer... a specialist in ballet, modern or any other form of dance... this is a training method that has had a profound affect on people including prominent performers, teachers and choreographers worldwide.

Its long-standing international reputation has inspired many to train with the Corvinos both at their home base in New York City as well as in workshops all over the world.

School name:Corvino Ballet
Address:451 West 50th Street.
Zip & city:10019 New York

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