Contemporary Ballet Summer Intensives 2018

Love ballet but want to branch out into other things? I feel you. With the ballet job market diversifying, it’s practical for dancers to want to explore other genres. Summer is the perfect time to tap into other genres of dance, especially blended genres of ballet. Here are some great programs that take the best of Ballet and combine them with other styles and approaches to movement. Here are some of the best programs the US has to offer with ratings. (*=1 star, **=2 star, ***3 star)
Contemporary Ballet Summer Intensives

  1. Hubbard Street (Chicago, IL)***
    Intermediate/Advanced: June 11-22, June 25-July6, August 6-10***
    Advanced: June 25-July 20***
    Pre-Pro: July 9-August 3***
  2. Summer Dance Intensive (Juilliard/NYC)***
    July 8-21, 2018 (ages 15-17)***
  3. Alonzo King’s LINES (San Francisco, CA)***
    Pre-Professional: June 4 – 30***
    Advanced: July 9 – August 6**
    Junior: July 2 – 6*
  4. Master Ballet Aacademy (Scottsdale, AZ)**
    June 11-22**
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  5. Ballet Austin (Austin, TX)***
    Senior Intensive: June 25-July 13 & July 16-August 3***
    Junior: August 6-17
  6. The Ailey School (NYC)**
    June 25-August 3
  7. Ballet X (Philadelpha, PA)**
    June 4-16, 2018
  8. Ballet Hispanico  *
    ChoreoLaB: June 18-29 (18+)
    SI: July 16-August 3
  9. UNCSA/NCSA (North Carolina)**
    Contemproary: June 17-July 21
    Choreographic Professional Residency in Contemporary Ballet
    Choreographic Development Residency
  10. Complexions Intensives *
    NYC July 2-13
    Detroit June 16-29
    Los Angeles July 16-27
    Dallas June 4-15
    Pittsburgh July 30-August 3

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