it’s ballet & dance concert time & we are dancing to Swan Lake!
You’re invited to your child’s end of year ballet and dance concert & graduation ceremony for 2019! There is:
- No make up
- No ticket costs
- No rehearsals
- No fuss
Just precious memories!
You can bring as many family and friends as you like for FREE and you are welcome to take photos and videos of your own child.
Our beautiful Kindy and Year 1 kids will dance to Swan Lake this year!
Your children will perform a magical ‘In Class Dance Concert’ of five ‘Swan Lake’ inspired ballet dances. Each child will receive an exclusively designed ‘Swan Lake’ Tutu and Headpiece along with an exclusive Tiny Toes Ballet Medal & Certificate.
don’t know the story of Swan Lake?
Can Odette, the Swan Lake princess break free from her magical spell and find love for all time?
Why was Odette turned into a swan? Find out below with this excerpt from The Australian Ballet.
Night. A palace terrace by a lake.
As his coming of age approaches, Prince Siegfried feels the heavy responsibilities of his rank. He grieves, too, recalling the funeral of his royal father that so overwhelmed him as a young boy.
Next day. The palace gardens.
Amidst the busy preparations for the Prince’s birthday, his young friends, fellow officers, and ladies of the court, seek to distract him from his melancholy. His widowed mother the Queen arrives with the Chancellor, who has effectively ruled the kingdom since the King’s death. Four foreign princesses are presented by their ambassadors as potential fiancées for the Prince, but he seeks diversion in drinking toasts and dancing. As evening falls, he feels the familiar lure of the lake, with its promise of comfort in solitude.
That night. The lake.
Siegfried is transfixed by the appearance of a swan, which changes before his eyes into the Princess Odette. She and her maidens are prisoners of the sorcerer von Rothbart, and condemned to be swans for all but a few hours of each night. Only a vow of true love and fidelity can break the spell. Entranced himself, Siegfried gradually woos Odette, and promises her his love: Odette gives him her heart, although she fears the elemental powers of the malevolent magician.
The next night. The palace ballroom.
A great ball is in progress, and this evening a distracted Prince is expected to choose a future consort to reign with him. None are aware of his secret love for Odette. The festivities are interrupted by the arrival of von Rothbart and his retinue, which includes his daughter Odile. Strangely resembling Odette, the seductive beauty captivates Siegfried, who allows himself to fall under her spell, and to break the vow of fidelity. As von Rothbart triumphs, Siegfried runs from the palace in despair.
That night. The lake.
The swan maidens, now spellbound forever, have gathered to protect Odette. Desolate, the Prince begs her forgiveness, which she bestows, knowing that they must part. In desperation he drowns himself, but as von Rothbart gathers his body from the lake, the soul of Odette is released. Although she will remain a swan, she is free of von Rothbart forever.
this is your last chance to enrol
If you have a Kindy and Year 1 child who loves to twirl and leap, let them fall in love with the tale of Swan Lake. Come along for a trial lesson.
Call us on (02) 9620 9620 for an obligation-free trial class.
We have classes located at Baulkham Hills, Beaumont Hills, Beecroft, Castle Hill, Chatswood, Cherrybrook, Concord, Crows Nest, Five Dock, Hornsby, Kellyville, Kings Langley, Marsden Park, Rouse Hill, The Ponds, Wentworth Point and Winston Hills.
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Our governing body is the Royal Academy of Dance
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