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Central School Of Ballet

Course Outline

Spring and Summer Courses

Spending a week at Central School of Ballet is an excellent way to experience a taste of life in full time ballet training. Our popular Spring and Summer Courses provide an opportunity for you to do just this. The course is aimed at students aged 12-16 with a minimum of RAD Intermediate Foundation or alternative equivalent.

Ballet is at the core of the course and you will be grouped by age and ability. You will also take classes in Pointe (where appropriate), Contemporary and Body Conditioning, all taught by Central's outstanding teachers. The programme of classes offered may also include Jazz; Character, Repertoire and Dalcroze.

On the final day parents and dance teachers are invited to either observe class or watch an informal work sharing.

Subject to a minimum numbers of boys applying for each course we hope to offer boys only ballet classes on all courses in 2015.

If you are considering taking your dance training further by studying on a full time vocational course then Central’s courses offer excellent intensive training.

The dates for courses in 2015 are as follows:

Spring Course: Monday 30 March – Thursday 2 April 2015 £225

Summer Course Two Week: Monday 27 July – Saturday 8 August 2015 £550

Summer Course One Week (Option 1): Monday 27 July–Saturday 1 August 2015 £375

Summer Course One Week (Option 2): Monday 3 August–Saturday 8 August 2015 £375

Information regarding future one day courses and Summer Dance Blast 2015 will be announced shortly.

Please note that all course are non-residential.

For further details please download the Spring and Summer Course Information Sheet which can be found on the ‘How to Apply’ page.

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