Summer Intensive


Intensive Summer Training for the Serious Student of Dance

PDT’s Conservatory Summer Intensive program is structured to advance the technical, artistic, and performance skills of dancers by exposing them to a wide variety of dance styles, repertory workshops, and performance opportunities.  

 

Schedule & Curriculum

Schedule will vary depending on the level of the student.  Students in levels Basic 1 & Basic 2 are two or four times per week Monday through Thursday between the hours of 9 am and 12 pm.  Twice per week these two levels are combined.  Students in levels Basic 3 and above attend classes Monday through Thursday between 9 am and 4pm and 9 am to 2:30 pm on Fridays.  Our curriculum includes technique, pointe for girls, pas de deux, variations, contemporary, composition, jazz, and hip-hop. Additional classes may include Bollywood, Pilates, yoga, and special workshops.  Schedule is subject to enrollment.  

 

Faculty & Guest Artist

Classes are taught by our highly qualified faculty, who give encouragement, support, and individual attention at all students, while assisting in the development of the mind/body connection, invoking discipline and a deepened self-awareness.  Participants will also have the opportunity to learn from and work with special guest artists.  

 

Performance Opportunity

Technique and repertory classes with guest artists culminate in performances at our Studio Theater at the end of the program’s  Summer Showings on Friday, August 4 at 4:00pm.  Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis.  Limited space is available.  

 

Tuition

A non-refundable deposit of $250 is due by June 1, 2017.  Tuition is non-refundable after the start of the program.  Programs are subject to enrollment.

SUMMER  PROGRAM:
Design for all levels   |   $584 to $1,400   (depending on level)

 

LEVEL & REGIStration

Students new to the Conservatory must take a placement class on or before the first day of class.  The fee for placement class is $20.  Students are evaluated according to age, placement, movement vocabulary and prior experience.  Assessments are made on an individual basis in order to provide the best level of training for each student.  Class placement evaluations are more solely at the discretion of the artistic director and teachers of the Conservatory.  Once you receive your placement in the Pre-Professional Division, you will be able to register and pay tuition.