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Point Park University International Summer Dance

Point Park's International Summer Dance is a comprehensive dance program that specializes in ballet, jazz and modern. The curriculum includes daily technique classes in Ballet, Jazz and Modern, supplemented by Pointe and Variations, Male Technique, Pas de Deux, Tap, Music for Dancers, Pilates, and Yoga.  Daily rehearsals are directed towards three performances in the George Rowland White Performance Studio.

The program is open to students ages 10 or older. However, to live on campus in a residence hall, students must be at least 16 years of age. Students unable to commit to six weeks can attend the first three weeks.

Students are asked to pre-register prior to the audition.  If you are unable to attend an audition in person, you may send in a DVD.  Complete audition and program details at www.pointpark.edu/summerdance

Point Park University - International Summer Dance
201 Wood Street - Pittsburgh, PA 15222
summerdance@pointpark.edu
412-392-3456





Alonzo King LINES Ballet Summer Program

LBSP  2015

June  14  –  July  11  (ages  11-­17)  
July  14  –  August  16  (ages  17-­24)  

The Alonzo King LINES  Ballet Summer Program is an intensive training experience for aspiring dancers ages 11-­24.  Students are guided through a collaborative journey of artistic risk-­taking and independent thinking, during which they are encouraged to explore, solve problems, express themselves with fluency, and realize their full potentials.  We aim to give each participant a solid technical foundation, based in classical training, upon which to build his or her own creative power.  Our goal is to cultivate strong, well-­trained, educated and independent dancers.

Students benefit from a small student-­to-­teacher ratio and a rigorous schedule that includes a minimum of 40 hours of dancing per week.  They train with current and former LINES Ballet company members, and with a stellar roster of renowned choreographers, dancers, and teachers from around the world.  Students collaborate with these artists on the creation of new work, which they perform at each session’s end.  When available, Alonzo King teaches technique classes and choreographic workshops – a wonderful opportunity for young artists to work with a master.

For more information and to pre-­register to audition, visit http://summer.linesballet.org/about/