Contemporary ballet is an increasingly attractive form of expression for children with artistic inclinations. Being a modern expression of classical ballet, contemporary ballet is suitable for children who want a more dynamic form of dance without giving up the beauty of classical harmonies. Contemporary dance is a style that combines elements of different genres such as modern, jazz, lyrical, and classic ballet, thus avoiding the danger of babies getting bored.
Levente Szas, Ballet Art’s Contemporary Ballet Teacher, is passionate about the unforgettable moments with his pupils in the classroom. This is also seen in the staged performances and the enthusiasm with which the little ones participate in their classes. “The desire of a contemporary dancer is to connect the mind and body through fluid movements,” he says. Levente is a talented dancer and choreographer whose creativity conquers the little ones. He is a graduate of the National University of Theater and Cinematography “I. L. Caragiale “choreography section, and the” Ion Vidu “National College of Art from Timişoara, choreography section. At his courses, contemporary dance becomes a fascinating world where children have new and instructive experiences.
Contemporary ballet can be followed by children of any age, regardless of their physical training, and there is no need for pre-participation in ballet classes. The youngsters will find in contemporary ballet a form of experimentation of movements and a harmonious way of body expressiveness.