DFA 263 - Variations/Pas de Deux II
Learning and performing solo works and pas de deux from the classical, romantic, and neoclassical ballet literature as well as from varying modern forms. Study of style, content, and format of modern and classical roles and ballets, and the historical context of their development. Study and development of rehearsal skills and techniques, including the roles of the ballet master and others involved in the process of preparing concert dance for the stage. The exploration and execution of partnering techniques.
Prerequisite(s): DFA 262 ; dance performance or ballet pedagogy majors only.
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