2017 SummerDanceWorkshops and Intensives

School of Ballet has to offer. Start your journey to a professional career with our faculty and guest instructors who include: Dede Barfield (Pennsylvania Ballet) Parisa Khobdeh (1999 Alumna, Paul Taylor Dance Company), JenniferMilner (Bodies in Motion), and Leslie Peck (New York City Ballet, Houston Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet). Call today to schedule a placement class.

This summer’s July IntensiveWorkshop continues to celebrate Chamberlain School of Ballet’s 40th year of providing outstand- ing dance education. Former students have gone on to perform withmajor companies in the US and abroad. Parisa Khobdeh, (1999 Alumna, currentlywith Paul Taylor Dance Company) says, “At Chamberlain we began our journeywith dance, but, truly, this time became a safari into our souls; excavating our bodies and finding our voices through dance.” Come experience the extraordinary training Chamberlain School of Ballet has to offer. Curriculumcovers, ballet technique, pointe, variations, jazz,modern, conditioning and stretch, and other dance-related topics. 3003W. 15th Street, Plano, TX 75075| 972.985.1374|

Collin College Dance Department July 10-14 Tuition: $125-$150 Scholarship: Contact Tiffanee Arnold at 972.881.5830 or Age Range: 14 to Adult Expertise: All Levels Audition: No Registration Deadline: 06/30/2017 Curriculumcovers, ballet,modern, hip-hop, jazz, contemporary, musical theatre, Pilates, andmore. Guest teachers include, Collin College Dance Faculty. 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, TX 75074| 972.881.5830|

The Glenda Brown Choreography Project July 16-28 Tuition: $1,000 Scholarship: Yes. Need to apply for acceptance Age Range: 13+ Expertise: Intermediate - Advanced Audition: No Registration Deadline: 05/15/2017 A very unique programfor Choreographers and Dancers. Master classes in choreography,music, ballet,modern and jazz. Choreographers set new pieces daily and the dancers perform the pieces each evening. Special final performance!!! Guest teachers include, Glenda Brown, Leslie Jane, Pessemier, Paul Hodgins, ThomClower, PaulaWeber, JenniferMedina and Carly Crowder. 14027Memorial Dr. #423 Houston, TX 77079| 713.291.4141|

Rhythmic Souls Tap Company July 18-22 Tuition: $550 for Classes, $250 for Performance, $150 for Day Rate Scholarship: No Age Range: 7-21 years old Expertise: Beginner to pre-professional Audition: No

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Registration Deadline: 07/18/2017 Want to learn fromthe best tap dancers in Dallas? Train with Rhythmic Souls Tap Company at our annual Summer Intensive! Our faculty lineup includes award winning instruc- tors fromaround the country, and guarantees the best tap learning experience you can find.Mention this ad during inten- sive signup, and you will be entered in a chance to win a free year of unlimited Rhythmic Souls Technique classes. July 18-22 // Registration opens April 15th! You won’t want tomiss it! Sign-up and join our tap famtoday! Curriculumincludes, tap technique,musicality, improvisation, tap history, choreography and theater. Guest teachers are Katelyn Harris,MeghanWay Stinson, Sean J Smith, EmilyMikolitch,Maddie Owens and Nick Gomez. 5821 PalmLane Dallas, TX, 75206| 314.602.1124|

Dallas Hip-Hop Dance Festival July 28 (9:00 am-5:00 pm) Tuition: $50-$210 Scholarship: No Age Range: Open Expertise: Open Audition: No Registration Deadline: 7/27/2017 (walk-ins welcome) Going into its 6th year, the Dallas Hip-Hop Dance Fest remains the ultimate urban dance experience in Texas—combining both top-notch dance education and entertainment,with an underground battle and crew competition. Being the first of its kind in the Dallas area, DHDF strives to showcase the positive aspects of the hip-hop culture by highlighting its legacy as an agent of artistic progression. Founder and Executive Producer, Geena Ngaaje, established this event in an effort to not only educate, inspire and enrich the DFWdance community, but to

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