Balettikoulu Sinikello is a ballet school located in Oulu. It was founded in 1995. This autumn 2017, there are 550 dance students between the ages of 4-30. There also are five dance groups for boys called Tiikeripojat, Tigerboys. Ballet classes are held in the center of Oulu, in Kuivasjärvi, in Alppila, in Värttö and in Heinäpää.
In the beginning, children are taught the basics of ballet as well as improvisation and dancing through fairytales and playing. Year after year the amount of actual ballet dancing increases. The national curriculum for the basic studies in arts is mostly followed in Balettikoulu Sinikello.
A teacher and the director of Balettikoulu Sinikello is Päivi Honkakoski.
For more information in English: Henna Korhonen, tel +358 400 649 861, e-mail: email@example.com
Term Fees of Ballet Lessons
SI and Tiikeripojat 2 (30 minutes per week) 125 EUR
SII, AI and Isot Tiikeripojat 1 (45 minutes per week) 140 EUR
AII, BI and Isot Tiikeripojat 4, 5 and 8 (60 minutes per week) 155 EUR
BII, BIII, BIV and TPV6 (60minutes + 60 minutes per week) 185 EUR
BJIV, BV, BVI, BVII, BVIII, BX and BXIII (75 minutes + 75 minutes per week) 200 EUR
Additional lessons: stretching and muscle training (75 minutes per week) 75 EUR
A 10 euro discount on the second, the third etc. family member.
The bill for the ballet classes of the term will be given to students on their 3rd lesson. After the third lesson the whole term will be charged. Please inform your ballet teacher after the third lesson if you will not continue attending the class.
Dresses for Ballet Groups
In Balettikoulu Sinikello, each ballet groups always has a certain dress, tights and soft ballet shoes. In BII groups and above, dancers also use pointe shoes and a separate skirt.
All the dresses and other necessary equiptment are sold in Dance Store Oulu, Hallituskatu 29. Dance Store Oulu knows each groups’ models. The students of Sinikello will get a 5% discount on the dresses and other things bought for the student’s personal use.
Dresses for ballet groups (form groups for younger children to groups for older children, boys after girls):