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2017 SummerDanceWorkshops and Intensives


Ballet Academy of Texas June 5 - July 13 Tuition: $200-$250/week...daily registrations available Scholarship: Yes, based onmerit. Boys get a full scholarship if they are old enough for pas de deux Age Range: Age 11+ Expertise: Girlsmust be ready for pointe, boys for pas de deux Audition: No Registration Deadline: 06/05/2017 Additional Ballet Academy of Texas staff includes Lisa Slagle, Allan Kinzie, Jenny Johnston, Tammie Reinsch. Curriculum covers 4-4.5 hours of daily instruction in ballet, pointe, pas de deux,men’s ballet, character, jazz,modern and injury preven- tion. Guest teachers are Andrew Parker, Director of Chattanooga Ballet and RobertMills, Director of Oklahoma City Ballet. 145 Fitness Ct Coppell, TX| 972.745.0199|www.balletacademyoftexas.com


Ballet Concerto June 5 - 23 Tuition: $115-$450 Scholarship: No Age Range: 10-22 years old Expertise: Intermediate through professional & adult classes Audition: yes Registration Deadline: 05/22/2017 BalletWorkshop with daily ballet class followed by classes in pointe, variations, jazz, flamenco, and rehearsals. International guest faculty. Participation in the workshop is available for college credit. Guest teachers includeMaster Teacher and Director, BruceMarks, LuisMontero, Liuba Paterson, Cathy Kiefer, Ruben Gerding, Libby Kroeger and Brandon Nguyen. 3803 Camp Bowie Blvd, FortWorth, TX 76107|817.738.7915| margodeanballet.com


Alumna, currently withMiami City Ballet) says, “I’mlivingmy dream, and I could not bemore grateful for the determination and discipline Chamberlain taughtme inmy years dancing as a student,moldingme into the person and dancer I amtoday.” Come experience the extraordinary training Chamberlain School of Ballet has to offer. Start your journey to a professional career with our faculty and guest instructors who include: TimFox (New York City Ballet, Tulsa Ballet and San Francisco Ballet), Lisa Hess Jones, (New York City Ballet and guest choreographer), JenniferMilner (Bodies inMotion). Call today to schedule a placement class. Curriculumcovers, ballet technique, pointe, variations,men’s classes, jazz,modern, conditioning/strengthening, and dance related seminars. 3003W. 15th Street, Plano, TX 75075| 972.985.1374| www.chamberlainschoolofballet.com


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Dallas Black Dance Theatre June 5-23 (8:30 am- 3:00 pm) Tuition: $350 per student-$400 afterMay 15 Scholarship: No Age Range: 7-13 years old Expertise:Must have previous formal training. Audition: No Registration Deadline: 06/02/2017 Come and train for three weeks with the professional dancers of DBDT. Students will participate in ballet,modern, jazz and African dance classes. Guest teachers include, Dallas Black Dance Theatre. 2700 AnnWilliamsWay Dallas, TX, 75201|214.871.2387| https://dbdt.com/


Chamberlain School of Ballet June 5-30 (9:00 am-7:30 pm) Tuition: $175-$725 Scholarship: Yes, call 972.985.1374 Age Range: 8-20 years old Expertise: Advanced beginner through Advanced/Professional Audition: Yes Registration Deadline: 05/31/2017 This summer’s June IntensiveWorkshop kicks off Chamberlain School of Ballet’s 40th year of providing outstanding dance education. Former students have gone on to performwith major companies in the US and abroad. Leanna Rinaldi, (2011


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Texas Ballet Theater Dallas School Jr. Intensive: June 5-16,


DANCE!NORTHTEXAS a publicationof the dance council ofnorthtexas vol. 20 •no. 2


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