The typical summer programs offered at Denver’s Raydean Acevedo Colorado Ballet Academy will take place virtually this year, according to a news release. Academy staff reimagined every aspect of …
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The typical summer programs offered at Denver’s Raydean Acevedo Colorado Ballet Academy will take place virtually this year, according to a news release.
Academy staff reimagined every aspect of its summer programming so it could continue engaging and educating the artists of tomorrow. It reduced tuition, modified each program to ensure an optimal virtual experience and opened the Summer Intensive program to give dancers across the nation the opportunity to train, regardless of their original audition status.
To elevate this summer’s virtual Summer Intensive, Colorado Ballet’s artistic leaders, including artistic director Gil Boggs and ballet mistresses Sandra Brown and Maria Mosina, will teach alongside John Gardner, Amanda McKerrow and Colorado Ballet staff to provide a special training experience for all students.
Young Dancer Workshop students can take level-specific classes in ballet technique, pre-pointe, creative choreography, jazz and conditioning for dancers. Surprise guests will make appearances for career talks and interactive virtual conversations.
“Everyone at CBA has worked very hard to ensure our students have a joyful and uplifting virtual experience with us,” Colorado Ballet Academy Director Erica Fischbach said in the news release. “We are dedicated to continuing to provide excellence in ballet education and training and excited to have Colorado Ballet’s inspirational artistic leaders join our roster of renowned instructors this summer.”For information about Colorado Ballet Academy’s programs or classes, call 303-339-1623 or email email@example.com.
Summer Intensive, https://www.coloradoballet.org/academy/summer-intensive
June 22 to Aug. 1, for ages 11-20; on pointe; no audition required
For students intermediate through pre-professional levels. Level-specific classes in ballet technique, pointe, men’s conditioning and technique, repertoire, creative choreography, modern, jazz and conditioning for dancers.
Young Dancer Workshop, https://www.coloradoballet.org/academy/ydw
June 22 to July 31, for ages 9-12; not on pointe; no audition required
Daily ballet classes with additional classes in pre-pointe, young men’s classes, character, modern, choreography, body conditioning and more.
Summer classes, https://www.coloradoballet.org/academy/classes/summer/childrens-division
June 8 to July 31, for ages 3-8
Creative Dance (ages 3-5), Pre-Ballet (ages 6-7) and Ballet Level 1 (ages 7-8). Instructors will engage young dancers through imaginative discovery of musical movement.
Summer camps, https://www.coloradoballet.org/academy/summercamps
Three, five-day offerings, from June 8 to Aug. 7, for ages 3-4, 5-6, 7-9
Make a Ballet Camp, June 8-12. Each week, students will learn and create a beloved ballet that they will be able to share with their family.
Prince & Princess Dance Camp, June 15-19. Classic princes and princesses featured prominently in the world of ballet. The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Cinderella and The Nutcracker are some of the ballets the dancers will explore.
Ballet Fairy & Elf Dance Camp: Aug. 3-7. Fairies, elves, pixies and sprites. Venture into the world of these delightful beings featured in famous ballets such as The Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
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