Intermediate-Advanced Summer Session #2
Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Yoga, Progressing Ballet Technique, and Conditioning
Dance Fremont levels IV through VI, or intermediate to advanced dancers age 12 and up
Let’s keep the dancing going! Dancers will have the chance to build on the work of the school year, as well as try new things. The second session adds Progressing Ballet Technique to give dancers a new approach to ballet. The pointe class will focus on foot strengthening and articulation, and dancers who are not currently dancing on pointe are welcomed and encouraged to participate. By popular request, we’ve added a short, intense conditioning class to Fridays!
As we continue to deal with the changing Coronavirus situation, Dance Fremont will be offering a series of summer sessions for the Intermediate to Advanced youth dance student. These will initially be conducted over Zoom. We will keep an eye on the state guidelines as well as the weather–should there be an opportunity for convening in person in a park on a beautiful summer day, we will try to take advantage of it, as well as of any other opportunities there may be to exercise our creativity to dance together.
Minimum of 5 years of current dance training, or attainment of an intermediate level of ballet technique. Inquire with Dance Fremont if unsure of level.
Tuition Payment & Policies
There is a $20 registration fee per family. To reserve a place in the summer program 50% of the tuition of the workshop is due by June 8, 2020. The remaining tuition is due on the first day of the workshop. Registrations will be accepted after June 8 on a space-available basis only, with full tuition due with registration. Click here for our full Tuition & Payment Policies.
- Ladies may wear any solid color leotard, pink convertible tights and ballet slippers for ballet and pre-pointe/conditioning, pointe shoes for pointe (if applicable).
- Gentlemen may wear black tights, dance belt, white fitted t-shirt and white stockings with white ballet slippers for ballet and pre-pointe/conditioning.
- Long hair must be pulled back into a bun, short hair that falls into the face must be secured out of the face.