Summer Intensive

June 9 – June 20, 2014

The Ballet Conservatory Summer Intensive is designed to provide the highest quality training to aspiring serious dancers. During the 2 weeks, the program encourages participants from ages 8 years old to 26 years old to focus on classical ballet technique. The curriculum will also provide students to explore new movement and further expand their versatility as dancers. Students will gain strength, accuracy, and confidence from highly effective guest teachers as well as instructors from The Ballet Conservatory and Ballet San Antonio’s professional company.

Dancers not previously taking lessons at Ballet Conservatory please call 210-820-3400 to arrange for a temporary level placement. After close observation in class, the instructor will determine the level in which the student should be placed. Student placement is based on individual skill.

Level

Time

Tuition

Ballet I & II
Class already FULL

9 am – 1 pm

$350

Ballet III & IV

9 am – 3 pm

$495

Ballet V

1 pm – 6 pm

$495

25% Non-refundable deposit in order to reserve your space.

Summer Intensive Registration Form

    Curriculum includes:

  • Ballet
  • Pointe
  • Pre-Pointe
  • Modern
  • Jazz
  • Variations
  • Pilates

 

Summer Intensive Guest Ballet Instructors

Phillip Otto

Huntsville Ballet Company, Artistic Director

Mr. Otto has most recently served as New Haven Ballet’s artistic director. Mr. Otto serves as permanent guest faculty for the Rock School for Dance Education in Philadelphia and has taught master classes for Vassar College, Yale University, the Kennedy Center and the Edinburgh Festival among other schools and companies throughout the United States and Scotland. See full bio.

Rachel Butler

Huntsville Ballet Company, School Director

Ms. Butler has most recently served as Ballet Mistress for New Haven Ballet. Ms. Butler has also traveled the world dancing and teaching in China, Turkey, Australia, London and Scotland and has performed for The Kennedy Center and New York’s City Center. See full bio.