To participate in BRB's 2020 Virtual Recital, please read below for fun suggestions on photos and videos!      


Please submit any or all of the following:

  • Take 3 pictures of any beautiful pose in an interesting place or environment 

  • Video the 16 intro walks (articulating through the feet - toes, ball, heel) with hands held behind back. Can walk in circle or anywhere with camera following. 

  • Video our "Passacaglia" slow port des bras phrase in an interested place or environment

  • Video "Passacaglia" saute phrase (see practice video below)

  • Video "Passacaglia" saute phrase again from an unusual angle (ex. camera perspective angled up from the floor or camera perspective pointed downward from up high) 

  • 3-Pose Conversation Phrase video (3 poses that change with simple transitions, then hold counts 4-8).  Retrograde the phrase (do it exactly the same, but backwards). 

  • Run and assemble with arms reaching diagonally 

  • Video of running into a leap with 3rd arabesque arms 

  • Video of continuous Italian pas des chat jumps with arms reaching side 

  • Video of curtsey or bow 

  • Interview Question: Please complete the phrase on video "Dancing makes me feel __________ because ____________________." 

Please email to info@bayridgeballet.com using google drive or send to the studio's phone number (347) 968 - 6905 via the free application WhatsApp.

Submit no later than June 13 to participate. All submissions will be included! 

Please see our "Passacaglia" practice video and music below!  

Passacaglia (edit)Bohumil Kotmel & Jan Pěruška
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Site-specific dance is defined as a performance that has been designed to exist in a certain place outside of the traditional stage. 


One of the first to explore site-specific dance was postmodernist choreographer Trisha Brown. who took dances to rooftops, vertical walls, rafts floating in a pond and a variety of other unconventional spaces.


Your assignment is to choreograph your own site-specific dance within the space you have during this quarantine. The solo must be at least 45 seconds and no longer than a minute.


Submit no later than May 30 to participate. All submissions will be included!

Please see the example below of a couple classmates' fantastic Site Specific solos!