Ages 7-11

2021 Summer Schedule

Ages 7-11

July 21-23
Explore Dance Camp
$75 e
ntire camp or $15 per individual class

Wednesday, July 21st
6:00-6:45 Ballet
6:45-7:30 Jazz

Thursday, July 22nd
6:00-6:45 Lyrical
6:45-7:30 Tap

Friday, July 23rd
6:00-6:45 Musical Theatre
6:45-7:30 HipHop

August 2-3
Tap Camp

4:00-5:30 p.m.
Build your tap skills or experience a kickstarter introduction to tap dancing! We invite both longtime tappers and those curious about beginning a tap class. If there is a large range in experience, we will divide this camper into separate “Introduction” and “Enrichment” experiences to accommodate all levels!

August 4-6
Aspire Ballet Camp

4:00-5:30 p.m.
Aspiring or exploring your desire to be part of the Ballet Cast later? This camp will include ballet technique and choreography from our recent “Snowbound” ballet!

Register Here!

Summer Series FAQ’s: Ages 7-11

What should my dancer wear? Leotard and tights! These may be any color. Your dance may also add a ballet skirt if they chose. Hair must be in a ponytail or bun, pulled back from the face. (Aspire Ballet camp: ballet bun required)
What shoes does my dancer need? We recommend having ballet shoes, they will wear these for most sessions. If you do not have tap shoes and would not want to invest in them for only two sessions, please message us with your child’s shoe size, we have a Borrow Bin, and will have some ready.
Will I get to watch? We invite parents to watch the last 5 minutes for each class. Parents are not allowed to watch entire classes. *This will depend on current COVID conditions at the time of the camp. If we are not able to invite parents in to watch, we will send you a video of dances they learned in camp!
Will dancers be required to mask? This will depend on current COVID conditions at the time of the camp, as well as registration numbers. We will include our policy in our welcome email the week before camp. It is likely that we will be using our previous policy: every dancer will be required to bring a mask and wear it when moving closely amongst each other, but allowed to remove it when distanced or at the barre.
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