Dance  – Summer Programs

Please select a program title below to see details include program information, schedule, faculty, and cost of tuition.

For ages 3 – 5. Our Early Childhood Movement Program (ECMP) Summer Camps introduce young children to basic movement concepts, allowing them to develop as moving beings until they have the physical, mental and social skills necessary for the discipline of classes such as ballet, modern, jazz, and national dance. The children in this camp will enjoy a delightful mixture of dance classes and appropriate crafts.

Our children’s dance camps are designed to promote a love of dance through a full day of varied dance classes and dance-related activities. These camps are suitable for children aged 6 -9, including both those who are new to dance and current dance students.

Each camp will involve daily dance classes in ballet, national dance, jazz and creative drama. Throughout the week students will also participate in various workshops such as choreography and story telling through dance, musical theatre, breakdance and Dalcroze Eurhythmics. The students will also develop their visual art skills through fun and creative art projects. There will be a demonstration for parents on Friday afternoon at the end of each week.

Dance camps run from 9:00am – 4:30pm Monday to Friday (supervision from 8:30am – 5:00pm). A late fee of $1/minute will be charged for children picked up after 5 pm.

Teen / Adult Beginner Ballet

Ages 12 and up. A 1 hour class excellent for beginners as well as more experienced dancers wanting to work on personal placement or technical issues.

Intermediate Ballet

Class for dancers at RAD Intermediate Foundation level of higher.

Advanced Ballet

Class for dancers at RAD Advanced 1 level or higher.

Faculty: To be announced.

The Conservatory Summer Dance Intensive is designed to give serious dance students the opportunity to explore a full time program incorporating complimentary dance forms and the nest teachers in those forms. This experience allows the students to fully explore the art form in a vibrant atmosphere where they can share their love of dance with one another under the guidance of nationally and internationally renowned teachers. A full list of this year’s Summer Intensive faculty will be announced in Spring 2017.

Students will study:
Classical ballet, pas de deux (for advanced dancers only), conditioning, modern/con- temporary, pointe, Flamenco and repertoire. We will also be offering Teacher seminars, inquire for details.

Faculty: School of Dance Faculty and Guest Instructors

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