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2024 Summer Dance Camp
Registration opens May 15

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Spring 2024 Classes

Dance with Me

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Description:

For children at least 3 years of age

Little ones and an accompanying adult (parent, grandparent, other caregivers) get to explore the joy of movement and music together through games.  Two 6-week sessions, one class per week. First session January 15 - February 19. Second session March 18 - April 22.  Toddlers interact with each other by waving hello, singing songs, using noise makers, completing an obstacle course, and dancing to the beat of their own heart. 

 

Creative Movement

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Class Length:

One class per week, 45 Minutes

Description:

For children at least 4 years of age/Pre-K

Children will be introduced to dance through activities that focus on motor skills, musicality and self-expression.  Basic ballet concepts will be introduced.

Primary

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Class Length:

One class per week, 45 Minutes

Description:

For children at least 5 years of age/Kindergarten

This level expands upon Creative Movement with more ballet introduced.

Ballet 1

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Class Length:

One class per week, 1 Hour

 

Description:

Recommended for 6 years old/First Grade

Begin refining ballet technique and skills, vocabulary, and class etiquette.

 

Ballet 2

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Class Length:

One class per week, 1 Hour

Description:

Recommended for 7-8 years old

Continue refining ballet technique and skills, vocabulary, and class etiquette.

Ballet 3

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Class Length:

One class per week, 1 Hour and 15 Minutes

 

Description:

Recommended for 9-10 years old

Expand understanding and mastery of ballet technique, vocabulary, class etiquette, artistry, and performance expectations.

Ballet 4-7

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Description:

Continue refining and developing artistry, working towards the mastery of ballet techniques, vocabulary, class and performance expectations at each level. Students will be placed in the appropriate level by teachers/staff. Level VI students must be at least 11 years old.

Students in Level 4-7 must take two ballet technique classes per week. 

Conditioning

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Class Length:

45 Minutes

Description:

For students in levels 5-7

Dancers are artists and athletes.  Exercises in this class are catered to dancers to help them improve their technique and maintain healthy bodies.

 

Pointe Prep

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Class Length:

1 Hour

Description:

This class will focus on building strength and alignment needed for pointe work.  Required for students before being approved for pointe shoes.  Students currently en pointe may also enroll.  Note that a student enrollment in this class does not guarantee being approved for pointe shoes - it is meant to help students prepare for pointe work. Many factors are considered for pointe readiness. 

Variations

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Class Length:

1 Hour

Description: 

For students in Levels 6 and 7

Students will explore artistry and musicality through learning famous variations from classical ballets.  

Modern

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Class Length:

1 Hour

Description: 

Students will be introduced to modern dance styles such as Horton, Limon, and Graham.  Improvisational games are also used for self-expression and exploration.

Levels:

Beginning - for students in Levels 1-3

Intermediate - for students in Levels 4-5

Advanced - by Director/instructor placement

Jazz/Turns and Leaps

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Class Length:

1 Hour

Description:

For students in Levels 5-7.  

The students will work on technique to improve power of their jumps and add multiple rotations in turns. 

Hip-Hop

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Class Length: 1 Hour

Description:

Students learn the basics of street and pop dance styles.  Individual style is encouraged while working on rhythm and coordination.

For students in levels 5-7

Adult Ballet

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Adult Ballet

  • Short session classes for adults. 

  • 60 minute classes

  • 2 sessions: January 15 - February 19, March 18 - April 22

  • $20/class

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