Taught by Anneliese Kappey, New Learners Ballet will offer participants the chance to learn about the art of dance and ballet, teach ballet technique, and a great addition for personal fitness and general wellbeing routines! Regardless of background or experience, this class is open to anyone looking for a fun way to build confidence, meet new people and learn to dance.
Class will be held on Fridays in the City Hall Dance Room (100 N Jefferson, room 403) at 10-11:30 a.m. on October 18, 25, November 8, 15, 22 and December 6, 2019. New Learners Ballet is a FREE class but pre-registration is required.
Anneliese Kappey is a New Yorker born to a German mother and a Brazilian father. She trained under the Royal Academy of Dance system, and graduated with Honors. She has worked with and learned from David Howard, Chet Walker, Nathan Trice, Mark Dendy, Ginger Cox, Wes Veldink, and as a member of The Repertory Ensemble at Steps on Broadway in New York City. Favorite theater credits include Velma Kelly in Chicago and Lulu in Cabaret. She attended Columbia University, and has worked as the Director of Student Programs at Steps on Broadway. Anneliese has conceived and choreographed full-length evenings under MixTape Dance. She has served as the Company Director at The Brooklyn Dance Centers, and joined the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation to teach Ballet Intensives. She relocated to Green Bay, WI, Fall 2019 to serve as Director of Ballet 360 Academy. She judges for numerous national competitions, including StarQuest, Beyond the Stars, and Platinum National Competition.