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 Post subject: Re: Intensives and Workshops
PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2011 5:27 pm 
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Location: Ghent, NY USA
Residency Opportunity for Dancer/Choreographers The Dance Omi International Dance Collective in Ghent, New York, USA

Application Deadline:
March 15, 2011
Residency Dates:
August 9 to August 30, 2011

10 international dance artists will be selected for a 3-week collaborative residency. Culminating in 2 INFORMAL showings at the Omi campus and in New York City, the most unique aspect of this program is it’s gently facilitated process that emphasizes exploration and collaboration, not performance. Professional Dancer/Choreographers of ALL styles (Modern, Ballet, Improv, Ethnic Dance, etc), who have the desire to share ideas and process with dancers from around the world, should apply. It is recommended that applicants do not have specific projects in mind, but come open to working with others on jointly conceived projects. It is also imperative that all applicants have a genuine openness to collaborating with artists of different dance backgrounds.
Selected residents receive FREE room, board, and studio space at Omi’s 300-acre facility & Sculpture Park (please note: Omi is UNABLE to provide travel funds)

For info and application guidelines go to:
http://artomi.org/dance.htm
or
http://artomi.org/
Director: Christopher K. Morgan

Direct questions or further inquiries to Christopher K. Morgan
cmorgan@artomi.org


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 Post subject: Re: Intensives and Workshops
PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 10:37 am 
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Location: Brooklyn NY
WEEKLY CLASSES WITH:
• Leimay’s core dancer Denisa Musilova
WORKSHOPS WITH:
• Kumotaro Mukai (Dairakudakan) Moeno Wakamatsu and Ximena Garnica
REGISTRATION
• Register and pay for your workshop online or pay by check.
Discounts available to CAVE Nexus members. Become a member here.

Deadline to register: February 15, 2012

KUMOTARO MUKAI
Master Class
DATES: February 26 (Sun)
TIMES: 2:00pm to 5:00pm
COST: $50* / $60 (*CAVE Nexus member discount)

Unique one-day workshop with long-time member of the internationally renowned company DAIRAKUDAKAN. This workshop at CAVE will feature a rare opportunity of training intensively with Kumoraru Mukai , who has been performing, choreographing and teaching with DAIRAKUDAKAN for over 18 years. Mukai will lead participants towards an intensive exploration of Butoh concepts as developed by Dairakudakan.

This session leads students to:

Find a neutral body.
Explore the condition of the weak, hanging body.
Focus on the consciousness of being moved, not moving.
Use of a primitive image in the body as a receptor.
Explore various forms into your body and convey those forms.
Play in an unconscious world of gesture.

[url=http://www.cavearts.org/?page_id=307] more about Kumotaru Mukai, Dairakudakan company and Temputenshiki-Style of Butoh.[/url] || [url=http://registration.cavearts.org/test_product/] Register here.[/url]


MOENO WAKAMATSU
Workshop
DATES: March 3rd & 4th (Sat & Sun)
TIMES: 10:30am – 4:30pm
COST: $188* / $198 (* CAVE Nexus member discount)

The basis of dance is quite simple. It is an attempt to be true to the environment at each instance, and thereby to let the environment to manifest itself in the body as presence, physicality, and movement.
This requires at first two principle elements:
The first is to be able to sense the environment concretely. This requires certain reducing of noise coming from one’s own self, opening of oneself to the outside intensely, and giving up of one’s own want to express.
The second element is to be available to be moved by the environment. This calls for knowing one’s own body mechanism, strength, limit, center, etc. to be able to distinguish the subtle gradients of one’s presence between black and white in one’s nuances of properties such as texture, weight, density, and light/darkness, and lastly to be able to give up following movements that come from one’s own motivations and impulses.
By this basic attempt, Moeno Wakamatsu beleives one comes closer to the expression of true-self.

[url=http://www.cavearts.org/?page_id=307]Learn more about Moeno Wakamatsu[/url] || [url=http://registration.cavearts.org/test_product/] Register here.[/url]



LUDUS Drop-in Class
with LEIMAY’s core dancer Denisa Musilova
DATES: Sundays- February 12, 19, 26, March 11, 18, 25 and April 1
TIMES: 10:00 am – 11:30 am
COST: $ 10* / $15 (* CAVE Nexus member discount)

The class begins with a warm-up focused on generating fluidity and relaxation through the body. Different exercises give the opportunity to explore internal openness and energy flow, facilitate an awareness of space and consciousness, distinguish different approaches to movement initiation, cultivate presence and prepare an alert and neutral body that is ready to be moved. This class lasts one and a half hours and is drop-in.

[url=http://www.leimay.org/about/] Learn more about LEIMAY’s ludus and Denisa Musilova[/url] || [url=http://registration.cavearts.org/test_product/] Register here.[/url]


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 Post subject: Re: Intensives and Workshops
PostPosted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 4:26 pm 
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The French Academie of Ballet announces its 2012 Summer Intensive auditions.
Sunday March 11th, 2012 at New York City Center Studios 130 West 56th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues) NY, NY
Registration: Begins at 3:00pm
Audition Classes:
Ages 11-15: 3:30-4:30pm
Ages 16+: 4:30-6:00pm
Dancers should arrive 30 minutes prior to their audition class to register. There's no dress code, dancers should dress as they would for any ballet class. Girls with previous pointe work should bring pointe shoes.

Audition Fee: $40 payable by check or cash
Headshot and 1st arabesque photos are required.

The 2012 Summer Intensive (August 13-31, 2012 at New York City Center Studios) offers dancers the opportunity to train in some of Manhattan's most beautiful studios with distinguished faculty from the Paris Opera Ballet, New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, San Francisco Ballet and Complexions.
Our summer intensive is designed for dancers serious about strengthening their technique and developing their artistry. Our detailed based classical ballet curriculum emphasizes individual attention. Every dancer is given the necessary personal instruction along with support and encouragement to enable them to return to their year-round program with marked improvement.
Visit our website http://www.frenchacademieofballet.org or email us info@frenchacademieofballet.org for more information.

François Perron, Artistic Director,is a graduate of the Paris Opera Ballet and has danced throughout Europe and the US (Joffrey Ballet, New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre). After serving as Managing Artistic Director of Studio Maestro/MYB for 10 years, Francois created the French Academie of Ballet. Francois is regularly invited to guest teach at dance schools including the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre, Miami City Ballet, Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet and Dallas Conservatory. He is a faculty member at Juilliard and American Ballet Theatre Young Dancer's Workshop. Francois is known for his coaching of boys (http://origin.library.constantcontact.c ... y_Supp.pdf) in ballet and was the coach of the "Billys" of the Broadway show, Billy Elliott. Francois' former students dance with American Ballet Theatre, North Carolina Dance Theatre, Pennsylvania Ballet, Nederlands Dans Theater, San Francisco Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Orlando Ballet and Momix.

Testimonials/Reviews
"Francois Perron is an unparalleled teacher. He set me on the path to my professional career in ballet." - Nicole Graniero, ABT
"My son is 9 and attended the ABT Young Dancer Summer Workshop in New York. ... Boys’ class was my son's favorite part of the day. He definitely improved quite a bit but the biggest improvement is how much he was inspired by his instructor, Francois Perron, and the older/more advanced boys. He came home with a greater focus and his teachers have told me they have seen a new enthusiasm in him in class since he got back."-BalletTalk 2011
"The best description of Francois Perron's class is, it's a lyrical experience.His style calls for elegant, seamless transitions and he could immediately determine the source of any ­aws and explain what the dancer needed to do to achieve the proper execution. One might think that that would be a given in ballet training at this level, but you'd be surprised at some of the things that have passed uncorrected in classes and rehearsals that I've watched."- Philip Gardner, Oberon's Grove


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 Post subject: MASTER CLASS / WORKSHOP / AUDITION - BALLET SUMMER COURSE 20
PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 6:01 pm 
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BALLET SUMMER COURSE 2012

MASTER CLASS/WORKSHOP/AUDITION
Held at
THE STATE BALLET SCHOOL BERLIN.
Supported by William Forsythe & the Semperoper Ballett Dresden.

30 July ─ 11 August 2012

http://www.art-of.net

http://www.facebook.com/balletsummercourse

THE IDEA BEHIND INNOVATIVE BALLET MASTER CLASS
IS TO CONVEY TO THE PARTICIPANTS THE DIRECT RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN CLASSICAL AND MODERN DANCE.


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Goodspeed Musicals' Musical Theatre Dance Intensive
August 13-19 2012
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JULY 2!

Goodspeed's Dance Intensive is designed as a musical theatre dance boot camp for college age performers and young professionals. The distinguished faculty will cover numerous disciplines of dance with a musical theatre focus. Each day will include sessions focused on preparing dancers for musical theatre auditions and the week will culminate with several mock auditions in front of industry professionals.Goodspeed’s Musical Theatre Dance Intensive will provide dancers with the full set of skills necessary to land a spot in an ensemble. Our campus will be filled with young artists learning to build their Broadway-style repertoire with instruction in tap, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, and audition techniques for the musical stage. If you can’t help but move to the rhythms of Broadway and you want to be cast in musicals, this is the workshop for you!

APPLICATION:

http://www.goodspeed.org/My%20Files/Edu ... 201222.pdf

WEBSITE:

http://www.goodspeed.org/pages/dance-intensive

REGISTRATION:

Applications are due by July 2, 2012.

You must submit your application with a $400 deposit.

Send applications to:
Goodspeed Musical Theatre Institute
Attn: Joshua Ritter
PO Box A
East Haddam, CT 06423

Optional: You may submit a link to an online clip of you dancing to a musical theatre song. We will review that with your application if you choose to provide us with something.

Important dates:
• May 25, 2012: Early consideration deadline (Applicants who apply by this date will be given special consideration.)
• July 2, 2012: Application deadline
• July 6, 2012: Applicants will be notified of status
• July 13, 2012: Upon acceptance and deposit payment, the remaining tuition of $1,400 is due
Total tuition: $1,800

Please make checks payable to The Goodspeed Opera House Foundation. Note: Upon acceptance, deposit is non-refundable. If you are accepted, your deposit will be deducted from your total tuition. If you are not accepted, your deposit will be refunded in full.

Please note: this program is only open to participants age 18 or older.

If you have any questions, please contact Joshua Ritter at jritter@goodspeed.org or 860.873.8664, ext. 745.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

BALLET FOR MUSICAL THEATRE: Warm up with ballet classes and improve your technique!

JAZZ FOR MUSICAL THEATRE: Each day a different style of theater dance will be taught by one of NYC's "Best in the Business." Enjoy feedback and tips from professional instructors on auditioning for that particular style. The program will include classic, contemporary, Fosse, Randy Skinner’s movie musical style, and much more.

TAP FOR MUSICAL THEATRE: Learn from the best! These classes will not just be for the advanced tap dancer. Students will be separated and challenged according to level. Participants with a range of experience will receive the attention they need to enhance their musical theatre career.

MUSICAL THEATRE REPERTORY: Learn choreography from Broadway shows both past and present. These classes may also include singing and staging. No two days will be the same!

SPECIALTY CLASS: Work on your special skills in these classes such as Ballroom, Latin, Hip Hop, Bollywood, etc.

AUTHENTIC NEW YORK AUDITION: The Musical Theatre Dance Intensive week is designed to prepare you for this ultimate audition experience. On Saturday, you will audition for a Broadway musical of our choosing. Held in true form, exactly as you would encounter in New York, a creative team consisting of a casting director, producer, director, choreographer, and musical director will take you through the paces! You will also receive personal feedback to be sent to you via email. Learn “who got cast and why” – a rare and invaluable lesson on how things are done in the business.

PROGRAM ALSO INCLUDES: Health and Physical Conditioning for Dancers, Resumé Assessment, Musical Theatre Dance History, Daily Q&A Sessions, Access to Goodspeed's extensive Musical Theatre Collection, Housing on the Goodspeed Campus

TEACHING ARTISTS

KELLI BARCLAY NYC: Pipe Dream at City Center's Encores!, Camelot in Concert starring Jeremy Irons, Oscar Hammerstein Awards salute to Carol Channing. NYMF: Himself and Nora, Hurricane the Musical, My History of Marriage. Goodspeed Opera House: My One and Only (CT Critics Circle Award for Best Choreography,) How to Succeed in Business...(CT CC Award nom.) and Hello My Baby at The Norma Terris Theatre. MUNY: Bye Bye Birdie, Singin’ in the Rain (Kevin Kline Award), Beauty and the Beast, 42nd Street, 50 Years of Muny Magic, and White Christmas. Feature film: Made for Each Other. Associate Choreographer on Broadway: 42nd Street (Revival), Irving Berlin's White Christmas, State Fair, Ain't Broadway Grand. Associate Choreographer on four City Center Encores! productions. Asst. Choreographer: Radio City's Christmas Spectacular Detroit MI. Original ballets: Angels Among Us featuring NY Times best selling author Alma Daniel. Extensive teaching in all forms of dance including as a member of the faculty of American Ballet Theater's Dance Intensive in NYC.

RICHARD J. HINDS currently serves as the Associate Director for Disney's Newsies! on Broadway. His other Directing and Choreography credits include DanceBreak 2011, Fame (Macau International Music Festival), Cabaret, Little Shop of Horrors (Kansas City Repertory Theatre), Joseph..., The Sound of Music, All Shook Up, Pump Boys and Dinettes, Hairspray (New Theatre). Associate/Assistant: Disney's Newsies! (Paper Mill Playhouse), 9 to 5 (1st National Tour, UK Tour), High School Musical (Disney's National and International tours), A Christmas Story (Kansas City Repertory Theatre/5th Ave Theatre), The First Wives Club (The Old Globe), Pippin (CTG and Deaf West), The Happy Embalmer (NYMF), A Wonderful Life (Paper Mill Playhouse); The Pirate (Prince Music Theatre), Grease (Lenape Regional PAC), Rockers On Broadway (B.B. King's), Broadway Under The Stars (NYC & Company), Frankenstein (37 ARTS, Off-Broadway), Drama Desk Awards. Richard will be the Associate Director/Choreographer for the upcoming Broadway-bound tour of Jekyll and Hyde.

DANA MOORE is a 30 year veteran of the Broadway stage. She was last seen on Broadway playing Hunyak (“Not Guilty”) in Chicago. She was also featured in Fosse (now on DVD), which chronicled choreographer/director Bob Fosse’s work from stage, film and television. Other outstanding Broadway credits include, A Chorus Line, Sweet Charity, Bob Fosse’s Dancin’, On Your Toes, The Will Rogers Follies, How to Succeed…., Singin’ in the Rain, Dangerous Games, Sugar Babies and Copperfield. She has toured with Chicago and Falsettos and appeared in the films, The Producers: The Movie Musical and Woody Allen’s Everyone Says I Love You. In New York City, Dana teaches Theatre Dance at STEPS on Broadway and is a musical theater faculty member at Marymount Manhattan College. She conducts master classes in cities across the USA and internationally, recently working as teacher and choreographer for the International Dance Intensive in Cyprus, Bardar Dance Institute in Oslo, Tapage Dance Company in Toulouse and the Jazz Musical Theatre Program at Jacob’s Pillow in Massachusetts. Ms. Moore is also a founding company member of Chet Walker’s WalkerDance Company. Dana has starred as Liliane La Fleur in the critically acclaimedproduction of NINE at the Westchester Broadway Theatre and performed in the New York workshop of Queen of the Stardust Ballroom starring Tyne Daley. Also, she set her own choreography to music composed by Caleb Hawley and ChristinE Pollack for the musicians and dancers collaborative, GIG.

MATTHEW POWELL received his training at the School of American Ballet, the official school of New York City Ballet. He performed professionally with Pacific Northwest Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, the San Francisco Opera, and danced principal and soloist roles in more than 50 works by choreographers such as George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins, Paul Taylor, Merce Cunningham, Twyla Tharp, Lynne Taylor-Corbett and Michael Smuin. Additionally, Mr. Powell has danced in regional productions of Fiddler on the Roof (choreographed by Lisa Stevens), All Shook Up (choreographed by Richard, Hinds), and portrayed “A-rab” in the international tour of West Side Story. As a teacher, Mr. Powell is a faculty member at Broadway Dance Center, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, and has guest/substitute taught at Marymount Manhattan, Billy Elliot on Broadway, and Ballet Academy East. Additionally, he was a faculty member at the Rock School for Dance Education and Kansas City Ballet School and has taught classes at institutions such as the Universities of Iowa and Alabama and company class for Kansas City Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and the West Side Story International Tour. His choreography received a fellowship from the New York Choreographic Institute, and he has choreographed works for Kansas City Ballet, Regional Dance America, and most recently. He also has worked as Assistant Director to Dorothy Danner for the Lyric Opera of Kansas City’s production of Pirates of Penzance and for Michigan Opera Theatre’s production of The Magic Flute. Upcoming projects include choreographing a new ad campaign for BLOCH dancewear, featuring principal dancers from American Ballet Theatre, and this summer Matthew will be dancing in Fire and Grace, which will be filmed in Los Angeles for DVD release.

NOAH RACEY

JON RUA most recently originated the role of ‘Jesus Pena’ in the world premier of the new musical Hands on a Hardbody at La Jolla Playhouse created by Doug Wright, Trey Anastasio (Phish), and Amanda Green. He has starred as ‘Sonny’ in the Tony Award Winning Broadway musical In The Heights. Jon has performed with the likes of Sean Hayes, Jane Krakowski, Anthony Anderson, Keith Carradine, Norbert Leo Butz, Tyne Daly, Andrea Martin, Priscilla Lopez, Jordin Sparks and more. Additional theatre credits include: Somewhere at The Old Globe (Craig Noel Leading Actor Nomination), Bring It On-The Musical (World Premier), Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (Second Stage-Pulitzer Prize nominated), Damn Yankees (Encores!). Workshops: Hands on a Hard Body(La Jolla), Sundance Theatre Lab (Banff 2011), Pan, Bare, Queen of the Stardust Ballroom, All Fall Down (Intar), Kingdom (Public Theatre), Lincoln Center’s American Songbook. TV: “Law and Order”. Jon has danced for such artists as Don Omar, Soulja Boy, and more as well as Commercial credits including Target, BillBoard, Puma, and Panasonic. As a choreographer, his work has been seen on NBA/NCAA Dance Teams, CBS, MTV, Broadway Bares, Award-Winning Webisode "Chaos Theory" and “Union Square”. He has assisted on such projects: Bring It On-The Musical, In The Heights, NYCC’s ENCORES! The Wiz, and Insanity. Jon has over 8 years of experience teaching internationally. Currently he’s on faculty at Broadway Dance Center spreading his movement, “The Grit”. For more on Jon, visit http://www.JonRua.net.

RANDY SKINNER is an award-winning director, choreographer, and performer whose work has been seen on Broadway, National, and International tours, and at Regional theatres. He received Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, and Astaire nominations for his choreography for 42nd Street. He also choreographed the opening number for the 2001 Tony Awards television broadcast. Other shows include Ain't Broadway Grand (Tony, Outer Critics nominations); Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Tony, Drama Desk nominations); State Fair (Outer Critics nomination); After the Night and the Music (MTC/Biltmore Theatre); Do Re Mi; Of Thee I Sing; Face The Music; No, No, Nanette and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (the last five at City Center Encores!); Gotta Dance! (City Center); Happy Days (Los Angeles); Stormy Weather with Leslie Uggams (Pasadena Playhouse); An American in Paris (Alley Theatre); Abby's Song (City Center); Puttin' On The Ritz (Kennedy Center); On The 5th (Takarazuka Revue Company, Japan); Lucky In The Rain; George M!; Babes In Arms (all three at Goodspeed Opera House); Hello, Dolly!; Strike Up The Band; Pal Joey; and Lone Star Love (Lucille Lortel nomination). He has received the Los Angeles Drama Critics Award, the Los Angeles Dramalogue Award, the Connecticut Critics Award, and the Cleveland Times Theatre Award. Among Mr. Skinner's performances are roles in A Chorus Line, Gypsy, Dames At Sea, Hello, Dolly!, Pal Joey, Once More With Feeling, High Spirits, Walking Happy, and Babes In Arms, directed by the legendary Ginger Rogers. His "taps" can be heard on the recordings Lucky In The Rain, Sondheim At The Movies, 110 In The Shade, and Strike Up The Band. He most recently choreographed the West End production of Lend Me A Tenor The Musical. Mr. Skinner is a graduate of Ohio State University and he regularly teaches master classes throughout the country at universities and festivals.
Housing & Transportation

Tuition covers accommodations at Goodspeed that are within walking distance of the program.


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SALZBURG INTERNATIONAL BALLET ACADEMY [SIBA]
JULY 14 - AUG. 11, 2013
AND SIBA Youth Program, AUG. 14 - 24, 2013

S I B A - Intensive Ballet Summer Workshop
in the beautiful birth city of Mozart, Salzburg, Austria!!
*********************
EARLY BIRD BONUS - save 350 EU
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4 Weeks of exciting program for SIBA BALLET WORKSHOP SALZBURG 2013
4 performances at the end of the workshop, performed by the students.
Min. 5 years of ballet training experience/Ages 14-30 (3 groups)

Included in the program:

Classes & rehearsals with the best ballet teachers and 4 Gala performances
Artistic director Peter Breuer and an international faculty of teachers. (http://www.siba-academy.com/faculty.htm )

From the moment you arrive...
YOU ARE THE COMPANY!

You dance, eat, breath SIBA!

You learn what it is like to be a part of a professional dance company, meet other dancers from all over the world, learn other languages, dance methods, taste your friend's foods and make contacts for life!

All students receive a SIBA CERTIFICATE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT at the end of the workshop signed by all the teachers.

Classical ballet, pointe, variations, repertoire, men technique, pas de deux, Nacho Duato choreography, modern / contemporary dance, Musical Jazz, make up, lighting, and more....

REGISTRATION & FURTHER DETAILS:
http://www.siba-academy.com/index.htm
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Be the FIRST!

Salzburg International Ballet Academy [SIBA]
Do it NOW...EARLY BIRD BONUS ends December 31st!!

Register for the Intensive Summer Workshop to receive a 300 Euro discount for early tuiton registration. See the Website for more details:

http://www.siba-academy.com/bonus_thanks.htm


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Give the gift of dance to an aspiring dancer in your life...

BUY an ONLINE GIFT VOUCHER for SIBA's INTENSIVE BALLET SUMMER WORKSHOP and guarantee their place for this unique experience!

Click here to claim your voucher
http://www.siba-academy.com/gift_voucher_01.htm

!! Share this link with family and friends !!

To learn more about this program and to hear what other dancers have said about this life changing opportunity, please visit our website! http://www.siba-academy.com/reviews.htm

SIBA wishes you a safe and happy holiday season!


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HAPPY Holidays SEASON to all our students, past present and future, family and friends....
AND to make your holiday even happier, we are offering a HOLIDAY CASH GIFT VOUCHER to receive 20 Euros cash in hand from SIBA Salzburg International Ballet Workshop: http://www.siba-academy.com

To receive your special 20 Euro cash voucher, please contact Nili@siba-academy.com

See what our dancers have said about this unique ballet training workshop!!
http://www.siba-academy.com/reviews.htm

Your home for 4 weeks will be the UNESCO World Heritage city of Salzburg located in the Austrian Alps! Birthplace of Mozart!
Will you be joining us this summer?


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Physically Integrated Dance Summer Intensive
August 4-10, 2013
Oakland, CA

Dancers, choreographers and teachers with and without disabilities from the US and abroad are invited to attend AXIS' annual Summer Intensive located within a thriving dance and disability hub. This week-long creative laboratory is guaranteed to push your limits and break new ground as you experiment, collaborate, and create. Attendees will participate in a creative exchange alongside AXIS' talented dancers as all share their knowledge and experience.

Includes:
*Physically Integrated Contact Improvisation
*Technique, Choreography & Performance
*Evening Video/Film Showing
*Final Informal Showing

Tuition: $500 (Limited Scholarships available)
Does not include Room, Board, or Travel

Apply By April 24th, 2013, 5pm:
http://www.axisdance.org/education/summer-intensive/
* Spaces are limited and will fill fast

Questions?
Contact (510) 625-0110, info@axisdance.org

"I am the agent of my own dance and so I am the one responsible for creating, improving, and making it happen. This experience showed me the importance of challenging myself as a mover and as a person." - 2011 Summer Participant


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 Post subject: Ballet Summer Course BERLIN 2013
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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
Dear Dancers, Ballet Directors, Ballet Teachers and Ballet Friends,

ART of presents the second edition of the ART of
Ballet Summer Course Berlin 2013.

The 2013 Summer Course will start on 05th August until 17th August and will take place in the buildings of the State Ballet School Berlin.

Unlike any other Summer Course the ART of Ballet Summer Course Berlin offers, in addition to Ballet, Pointe, Répertoire and Pas de Deux classes taught by leading ballet masters and teachers, a variety of other unique courses.

You will have the privilege to take part in Forsythe Repertoire and Improvisation Technologies classes taught by William Forsythe’s assistants teaching and coaching his ballets all over the world.

Choreographers who work with the biggest companies will come and give an exclusive insight to their work by teaching and coaching their ballets.

If you are looking for a job or a place in a school, then the ART of Ballet Summer Course Berlin is for you. We have invited many different directors of renowned professional companies and schools who will be watching classes in order to audition and recruit dancers.
Last year’s edition has given to many dancers the start of their career.

The ART of Media Service is the ideal opportunity to create your perfect presentation package best suited to the desired institute of application (such as school and company auditions, competition applications, guesting presentations).
Directed by renowned dance photographer, a professional portraitand dance photos will be taken, a film shot and a well-structured curriculum vitae will be made setting your application apart from everyone else’s.

With the Competition Coaching, ART of Ballet Summer Course Berlin exclusively offers its participants the unique opportunity to work with, and benefit from, the professional experience of our team, receiving competent and in-depth training during a personal coaching session preparing candidates to international competitions and audition variations.

For more information, check out our website http://www.art-of.net
Direct link for the "Application form" http://www.art-of.net/en/ART_of_Applica ... n_2013.pdf


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The Royal Academy of Dance USA is offering two programs for students this summer on the beautiful campus of California State University Long Beach:

The two-week Performance Course will be held July 7 - 19 and is open to all students ages 12- 22 regardless of training method. With a focus on choreography and performance, students can perfect their technique in ballet, modern and musical theatre dance while preparing for a public performance at the end of the program.

The six-day Vocational Graded Examination Intensive will be held July 21- July 26 and is open to RAD students ages 11 - 22 who are preparing to take Vocational Graded examinations. Classes offered include ballet technique, pointe and free enchainment, Pilates, and modern. An optional examination session will be held in the three days following the conclusion of the course.

For further information, please visit www.radusa.org or call 414-747-9060.


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The Salignac Foundation are pleased to offer a Summer Contemporary dance course, running from the 1st to the 5th September 2014.
Based in the Perigord Noir, SW France, in a medieval village of Salignac Eyvigues.Site specific work uses the chateau, halle, forest, and surrounding countryside.
Cunningham based technique and choreographic workshops leading to a final day's performance. This is filmed throughout the week.
More details from Fiona Alderman (Director) http://www.salignacfoundation.com
tel .0033 951 983 082


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