FOR OUR YOUNGER DANCERS
(THESE CLASSES ARE DESIGNED FOR DANCERS AGES 3-9
..scroll down for older dancers)
3-5 Year Olds
June 3-7, 2019 (Grayson location)
June 10-14, 2019 (Lilburn location)
9 a.m. -12 noon- 3-5 Year Olds $168
Daily classes from 9 a.m. Daily Ballet technique class, modern, jazz, drama, stage crafts, and more. Please check with office for details!
July 9-18th, 2019 (both locations)
T/Th 4:30-6:30 -3-5 Year Olds $79
Just when the summertime blahs hit, ballet saves the day! Don’t let your child miss out on the most comprehensive summer program yet! We will be offering classes in ballet, tap intro, and modern for students ages 3-5. The performance workshop will also offer professional instruction in drama, dress up, stage crafts, and many other fun activities. We will study a famous ballet, and the recreate the story through dance and mime. Students will be taught to express temselves through movement. All dancers will perform for parents at the conclusion of the workshop.
Our new expanded facility features state of the art studios for your budding ballerina!
This is a great opportunity for your child to really advance in their dance training and to have fun. Students receive over 8 hours of instruction in just two weeks. This is equivalent to two months worth of training for many young dancers. What an exciting, quality activity for your young children.
June 10-14, 2019- M-F 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (Lilburn Studios)
July 8-19, 2019-M/W/ Th or F 4:30-7:30- 7-9 Year Olds (Lilburn Studios) $172
We will be offering classes in ballet, jazz, and modern for students ages 6-9. The performance workshop will also be offering professional instruction in ballet history, nutrition, variations, drama, and stage crafts. We will study the famous ballet “Cinderella” and then recreate the story through dance and mime. Children will be taught to express themselves through movement.
This is a great opportunity for your child to really advance in her dance training. Students receive up to 35 hours of instruction! Students who attend the June workshop will have an in-studio demonstration at the end of the week. Those dancers attending the July workshop will have the opportunity to perform in a mini-performance onstage with the company dancers at the conclusion of the workshop. This is equivalent to 4 months worth of training for many young dancers. Most important, your child will have fun while learning a beautiful art form.
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June 3-7, 2019
Mark your calendars for a special week of classes. Acclaimed instructor, Nick Hagelin, will teach daily classes in Ballet Technique, Pointe, and Variations. Advanced and High Intermediate Dancers.
Nick Hagelinis a singer/songwriter/dancer from New York City. He trained at School of American Ballet at Lincoln Center from age 9-18, and has danced internationally with Carolina Ballet, American Ballet Theater, Atlanta Opera, and the Kirov. As an actor, he has appeared on Law & Order: SVU, and the feature film The Emperor’s Club. Nick is also an award-winning singer/songwriter with over one million views on Youtube and a major label record deal at Streamline Records. He is label mates with Lady Gaga, and has been featured on The Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards, WE Network, FOX, and CBS. Most recently, Nick was a finalist on The Voice
We are thrilled to have Nick. You don’t want to miss this!
June 3-7, 2019
Josh Schadl, an Atlanta native began training at an early age. At the age of 14 he began taking classes at the Atlanta Ballet under the direction of Armando Luna. Through a partnership between the Atlanta Ballet and Kennesaw State University.During his time at Kennesaw, Josh performed with the Atlanta Ballet, The Georgia Ballet, The Georgia Youth Ballet, and Ballet Mississippi and Tampa Bay Dance Theatre as well as winning two national titles at the American College Dance Festival with a performance at the Kennedy Center in May of 2012 and June of 2014. Josh, an alumnus of Kennesaw State University is a double major in Spanish and Dance. He also studied in Taipei, Taiwan at the National Taiwan University of the Arts. Josh has danced with Ballethnic Dance Company in East Point, GA where he made his debut as the Leopard in Ballethnic’s production of The Leopard Tale.
June 10-July 3, 2019
Open, Drop in classes Monday-Thursday from 5:30-7,
Progressing Ballet Technique on Tuesdays 4:30-5:30
Stretch on Thursdays 4:15-5:15
2019 Int & Adv Summer
Summer Intensive Workshop
July 8-19, 2019
(These classes are designed for Intermediate- advanced level dancers Ages 9 & Up)
(Early drop off and late pick up available- please inquire in office.)
The Lilburn and Grayson Schools of Ballet are pleased to announce our 21st annual summer intensive workshop. These classes are designed for the beg/intermediate through advanced dancers.
The workshop offers daily training in ballet, pointe, partnering, modern, jazz, pilates, African, drama for dancers and more! All classes are taught by a distinguished faculty of dance professionals. Guest instructors include Christy Corbitt-Miller (Louisville Ballet), Allison Geary(Orlando Ballet), Ralph Jacques (Atlanta Ballet), Ellen McCollister (Zoetic Dance Ensemble), Beau Foister (The Georgia Ballet), Theresa Howard (Ballethnic), Amy Morrow (Parkview Drama), Marcial Ibarra (National Ballet of Cuba) and many more still to be announced. Dancers will experience new choreography and dance styles in the late afternoon rehearsals. The program culminates in an exciting on stage performance at the end of the workshop.
Clarence McDorman.Clarence trained at the Ruth Page School in Chicago and danced professionally with Lyric Opera Ballet of Chicago, Ballet Hawaii, and Nevada Ballet Theatre. He has been on teaching faculty with Ballet Academy of Texas, Birmingham Ballet Academy, Studio One Las Vegas and Texas Christian University. Clarence has served as Interim Artistic Director for Ballet Indiana and Ballet Master for Birmingham Ballet and Ballet Ensemble of Texas. Choreography includes the musical “Fairy Tales” off-Broadway. He has been a guest teacher all around the U.S., notably for Interlochen Arts Academy and the ABT National Audition Tour. His students have been awarded full scholarships to the top ballet schools in the country, and several former students are now with American Ballet Theatre. Clarence holds a Master’s degree in ABT Ballet Pedagogy from New York University and American Ballet Theatre.
Former Principle, Orlando Ballet
Allison Geary has been teaching ballet for more than 20 years. She began her ballet training (to be continued)