Artistry in Motion
Summer after summer, students ages 9-18 are challenged to hone their technique and expressive energy by exploring many different styles of dance. From ballet to modern, tap to hip-hop, jazz to pointe, our dance faculty will draw out each dancer’s inner confidence into becoming an authentic performer. This discipline’s framework is designed to mold young Junior Artist dancers by emphasizing fundamentals and essential techniques early on. As students progress and eventually “graduate” into the High School level intensives, students will train in a professional class environment that will propel them onward as accomplished dancers. Open your mind and immerse yourself in the vast world of dance.
July 22 – August 4
Saturday, August 4, 10:30 a.m.
Get on your feet and get ready for two full weeks of dance and art! Improve your skills as we fine tune your abilities in jazz, tap, ballet, contemporary, hip-hop and musical theater, along with focus on your flexibility and technique, and get the tools you need to become a better dancer and performer. Create art-based on dance and movement using different mediums. Your two weeks will culminate in an entertaining performance to showcase your hard work for family and friends to enjoy.
This course is the springboard for the high school Dance Intensive, so two years of dance experience is required. Be prepared for a lot fun and a lot of work.
Tuition, room and board: $3,020
Day student: $2,620
Lab fee: $50
Enrollment limited to 20 students.
Faculty: Catalina Orlando-Parsons
July 8–August 4
Two two-week sessions
Intensive I July 8-21
Intensive II July 22-August 4
Culmination: Student Performances
Saturday, July 21, 10 a.m.
Saturday, August 4, 10 a.m.
This two week intensive focuses on the complete dancer. You will be submerged in the art of dance, with daily classes in Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Modern, Tap, Musical Theater Dance, and Choreography. The classes emphasize development of clean technique, musical precision, artistry and healthy self- assessment.
The dance faculty are all working professionals and will bring a rich diversity to the workshop. They will work with focus on technique and performance. Instructors encourage you to open your mind and your body to new forms of expression and they will polish your form. They will teach you how to bring energy and confidence into your dancing. The environment is professional and focused. The course is rigorous, so expect to be challenged. The final showing offers pieces of choreograph which are developed in the classes.
Former faculty includes Robert La Fosse, Jenifer Ringer, Jock Soto, Melissa Sandvig, Josie Walsh, Allyne Noelle, Larkin Miller, Lillian Barbeito, James Gregg, and Robyn Gardenhire.
Tuition, room and board: $3,165 per session.
Lab fee: $50
Early enrollment is encouraged.
Faculty: Jonathan Sharp