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Intermediate & Advanced Summer Intensive 2021

June 14 - July 23

Southeastern School of Ballet

Guest Artists include

Eris Nezha (International Principal Dancer) July 12-July 23

Petra Conti (International Principal Dancer) July 12-July 23

Sabi Varga (Former Soloist, Boston Ballet) June 14-July 23

Emily Entingh (Second Soloist, Boston Ballet) June 14-July 23,and more!

Training includes Classical Ballet Technique, Pointe, Variations, Pas De Deux, Modern, Contemporary, Character, Acting For Dancers, Choreography Class, Stretch & Conditioning, Pilates, Teaching Essentials, and French Terminology/Vocabulary.

 

The cost is $700.00 per week/$2,100.00 for three weeks/$4,000.00 for six weeks. Early Bird specials and payment plans are available. If the total amount of tuition is paid or a payment plan is begun by May 15, 2021, the cost of the Summer Intensive is $650.00 per week/$1,900.00 for three weeks/$3,700.00 for six weeks.

Acceptance to the Southeastern School of Ballet 2021 Summer Intensive is by audition only. Video submissions will be accepted through May 31, 2021 and can be emailed to ssb@southeasternschoolofballet.com
Dancers will be placed in levels appropriate for their technical skill. Dancers will be assessed for placement on the first day of the intensive.

 

Video Requirements: 
Video auditions are accepted via emailed video link and must include the registration form. Introduce yourself at the beginning of the video by telling your name, age, and dance experience if any. If you are active in another arts discipline, speak to that experience as well. If currently a ballet student, please video the following selection of ballet exercises: A selection of barre exercises including balances on two feet and one foot, adagio center work, and a simple sauté. If new to ballet, a video of you doing any learned dance for performance or improvisation will be accepted.

 

Videos should be no longer than eight (8) minutes long and may be recorded on your phone or other device. Professional editing is unnecessary.