Our ballet program follows king Louis XIV's ordonnance when he founded the first French ballet school: "May the school be founded on the primacy of harmony, the coordination of movements, the accuracy of placement and the disdain or prowess."
At HaoExpression we believe that you can start ballet at any age, and open many possibilities for adults to progress and perform.
The ballet school is directed by Rudy Candia, former soloist ballet dancer at Silicon Valley Ballet, also known as Ballet San Jose. Other instructors include Ommi Pipit-Suksun, and Dawn Sue.
We offer classes for all levels, from absolute beginners to professionals. Mini classes such as Pointe and Partnering are offered in conjunction with technique classes. We are a small studio enough for teachers to give individual attention to each and everyone, and help them reach their next level of technique and artistry.
Class levels are indicative, adults are free to attend the level they desire.
Age 18 and up, from absolute beginners to professionals
TECHNIQUE CLASSES: DAY Time - Instructor - Level
MON 6:30 pm - Hao Lueckhoff - Beginning Ballet
TUE 12:00 pm - Rudy Candia - Intermediate Ballet
TUE 6:00 pm - Hao Lueckhoff - Absolute Beginning Ballet
WED 6:30 pm - Rudy Candia - Intermediate Ballet
THU 12:00 pm - Ommi Pipit-Suksun - Beginning Ballet
FRI 10:00 am - Rudy Candia - Intermediate Ballet
FRI 6:30 pm - Rudy Candia - Intermediate Ballet
SAT 9:30 am - Dawn Sue - Beg/Int Ballet
SAT 11:00 am - Rudy Candia - Intermediate Ballet
MINI CLASSES: DAY Time - Instructor - Class
These classes usually happen after a Ballet Technique class, and need 3 minimum students committed. Pre-enrollment required
MON 8:00 pm - Ommi Pipit-Suksun - Pointe
WED 8:00 pm - Rudy Candia - Pointe
THU 1:30 pm - Ommi Pipit-Suksun - Pilates
SAT 1:00 pm - Rudy Candia - Pointe
HaoExpression, 740 Sierra Vista Ave, #G, Mountain View, CA
"Que l'École française soit fondée sur la primauté de l'harmonie, la coordination des mouvements, la justesse des placements et le dédain de la prouesse."
"May the French School be founded on the primacy of harmony, the coordination of movements, the accuracy of placements and the disdain of prowess."
Louis XIV of France, Royal Ordinance 1713