Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Franklin School For The Performing Arts, Presents Students For Examinations In The American Ballet Theatre National Training Curriculum

Franklin School for the Performing Arts will present its students for Examinations in the American Ballet Theatre National Training Curriculum on June 15, 2019, at ABT’s studios in New York, NY. The Examination class will be taught by ABT Certified Teacher, Cheryl Madeux, who has successfully completed the ABT Teacher Training Intensive in Pre-Primary through Level 7 and Partnering of the ABT National Training Curriculum.

Franklin School for the Performing Arts is proud to incorporate the American Ballet Theatre National Training Curriculum, a nine-level program that combines high quality artistic training with the basics of dancer health and child development for students of all ages and skill levels. Upon successful exam completion, Cheryl Madeux will earn the distinction of ABT Affiliate Teacher.
Cheryl Madeux
Cheryl Madeux

ABT’s National Training Curriculum is a program for the development and training of young students that embraces sound ballet principles and incorporates elements of the French, Italian and Russian schools of training. Under the direction of ABT Artistic Director Kevin McKenzie, the Curriculum aims to assist beginning through advanced teachers in training dance students to use their bodies correctly, focusing on kinetics and coordination, as well as anatomy and proper body alignment. The National Training Curriculum strives to provide dance students with a rich knowledge of classical ballet technique and the ability to adapt to all styles and techniques of dance.

“After nearly ten years, American Ballet Theatre's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School and our related Summer Intensive program has seen the impact that American Ballet Theatre's National Training Curriculum has meant to dance teachers and ballet students across the country and internationally,” says Cynthia Harvey, Artistic Director of ABT’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School. 

“We are pleased that teachers and students are implementing the guidelines recommended by the Curriculum and working in a way that will lead them towards a long and healthy career. The Curriculum is fluid and will expand as we continue to investigate the way that dance, and sport science is developing and impacting the way we can train dancers to reach their optimum physical and artistic potential.”

American Ballet Theatre’s National Training Curriculum can be used to enhance an existing syllabus and to assist teachers in working appropriately with young dancers. Attendees of the ABT Teacher Training Intensive program have the opportunity to become certified in the Curriculum by successfully passing comprehensive examinations.

For more information, please visit: www.abt.org/education/NTC/.
For information on Franklin School for the Performing Arts, visit: https://www.fspaonline.com/

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