Online - Levels 1 & 2 - Beginner / Upper Beginner Class
Join "Zoom with Annette" every Tuesday for 4 consecutive weeks.
Levels 1 and 2 - a combined class to learn a series of easy sean nós reel steps from Brenda O'Callaghan of Sligo (not previously taught on line).
As background: prior to the summer, Annette did not receive enough interest to run 2 classes at this lower level. To accommodate those completely new to dance, and those wishing to progress, Annette will combine these 2 levels, with level 1 students attending 15 minutes earlier than the level 2 students.
Level 2 dancers can join throughout if they wish, but this early slot is aimed at those completely new to solo dance.
Part of the beauty of this living tradition is that the steps continue to be passed on from one person to another, and from one generation to the next.
14, 21, 28 Nov, 5 Dec 2023
18:30 - 18:45 - complete beginners
18:45 - 19:45 - all
If those signing up for class are all level 2 students, it will run from 18:45-19:45.
Support Material Includes:
- after each class you will receive a video of the work covered
- after each class you will receive a description of the steps covered
- background information on the steps, where they originated
- you are encouraged to send a video of you dancing during the week for critique prior to the next class (those who do so, find it of great benefit)
- prompt answers any queries, via email
- a FREE party night!
If you miss a class you can use this support material to catch up. Some students choose to work from the videos alone.
The free party for all of Annette's Zoomers in dance will take place on:
9 December from 19.00 - 20.30 - Irish Time
Teaching from her home in Ireland via Zoom
You can download Zoom to phone/iPad/computer - quick to download and free. Prior to a class you will receive a link to enable you to join an online class, it would be best if you downloaded Zoom in advance.
With new repertoire each term, Annette has been teaching online since May 2020 to a growing community of dancers from all around the world.
Research has proven that dance is one of the best forms of activity for keeping the body active and the mind alert.