2021 Summer Camps

Summer Camp students

Studio to Stage

Session 1 - Rococo and Pointed Toes:
June 1 - 4

Session 2 – Art Deco and Ballet al Fresco:
June 7 - 11

Learn what goes into bringing a Ballet to life! Studio to Stage will offer students a daily movement class and a behind the scenes look into the creative work that happens to make the magic of the ballet come to life on stage. Students will create their own choreography and crafts to build their own ballet performance. Our first camp will focus on the 16th Century rise of ballet in France and the trends in art history at this time that influenced costuming and stage design. Our second camp will focus on the Art Deco movement and explore the partnership between visual artists and Les Ballets Russes.

Prince and Princess

July 26 - July 30

Classic princes and princesses featured prominently in the world of ballet come to life in Prince and Princess Dance Camp. The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Cinderella and The Nutcracker are some of the ballets the students will explore. Young dancers will practice age-appropriate ballet movements while exploring the connection between dance and music as they study and embody characters from iconic classical ballets.

Ballet Fairy and Elf

August 2-6

Fairies, elves, pixies and sprites! Venture into the world of these delightful beings featured in famous ballets such as Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Young dancers will practice age appropriate ballet movements while exploring the connection between dance and music as they study and embody characters from iconic classical ballets.

Dance Around the World: East

July 26-30

North, South, East & West! Every country has traditional and classical dance forms. In addition to daily ballet classes, students will learn and practice other popular dance forms from around the world!

Eastern dances may include cultural dances from Asia, Spain, Africa, or the Middle East. Western dances may include Hip-Hop, Tap Dance, Modern, Jazz, or Salsa. The week will conclude with a demonstration of some of what they’ve learned! A trip around the world through dance!

Dance Around the World: West

August 2-6

North, South, East & West! Every country has traditional and classical dance forms.  In addition to daily ballet classes, students will learn and practice other popular dance forms from around the world!

Eastern dances may include cultural dances from Asia, Spain, Africa, or the Middle East. Western dances may include Hip-Hop, Tap Dance, Modern, Jazz, or Salsa.  The week will conclude with a demonstration of some of what they’ve learned! A trip around the world through dance!

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