Where to Go After Preschool Ballet
At some point, it’s necessary for my preschool dancers to graduate to a more serious dance school. I like to refer my dancers to the following teachers. Both are excellent; you must visit each teacher and choose which teacher you like more. Choosing a teacher is a matter of choosing a personality and the outcome of their training. Look at the ability of their students and judge what you would like to do. Dancers learn loyalty.
Dance Magic Karen Dycaico is the person who taught me to bring ballet to preschools and every class with her is a good time! She is Royal Ballet Academy trained and teaches children from 3-18. After a few decades at Pacific Ballet Academy, Karen Dycaico has struck out separately. You can find her via http://www.dancemagic.org/ and she is offering ballet lessons to children 6 and older at the Cubberley Comunity Center, 4000 Middlefield Road, Room J-6, Palo Alto, CA 94303.
Karen Dycaico (650) 308 – 4739 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bayer Ballet Academy is a Russian school (Vaganova style) owned and operated by Inna Bayer. Inna previously trained dancers at the SFBallet and came to the Peninsula to begin her own school. Her training is intense and the results are impeccable!