Come Dance With Us In Summer 2018! Updated information for 2018.
Senior Ballet Intensive
June 25 – August 3, 2018
Up to six weeks of refined and rigorous training for dancers ages 11 to 23
(A minimum enrollment of 2 weeks is required)
Week 1 June 25 – June 29
Week 2 July 2 – July 6
Week 3 July 9 – July 13
Week 4 July 16 – July 20
Week 5 July 23 – July 27
Week 6 July 30 – August 3
Junior Ballet Intensive
June 25 – June 29, 2018
July 23 – August 3, 2018
2 weeks of ballet training focusing on building a strong foundation and technique for dancers ages 8 to 12.
NEW! Adult Ballet Intensive
Dates TBD – Visit us again soon for details.
A Unique opportunity for adult dancers to work with world class faculty to improve and explore their passion.
Beginning & Intermediate Dancer
Pre-Ballet and Preparatory Ballet
May 29 – August 11 for dancers ages 7 and under
Beginning and Intermediate Levels: Ages 8 and older
July 2 – July 21 | Session 1
July 23 – August 11 | Session 2
The Maple Conservatory of Dance offers two summer intensive age-specific programs for male & female intermediate & advanced-level dancers.
Both summer programs will be taught by notable guest teachers and our world-class faculty using the same curriculum and teaching methods which have established the Maple Conservatory of Dance as the premier training ground in Southern California.
* Participation in the Senior Ballet Intensive requires a commitment of at least two weeks.
Audition for Senior & Junior Intensives
Sunday February 11th, 2018
2:00pm Ages 8-12
Junior Dancers not en pointe
4:00pm Ages 11-23
Junior/Senior Dancers en pointe
Registration is 30 minutes prior to audition time.
Auditions by appointment or video will be accepted until all spaces are filled.
Supervised Housing Available
– Parent of 2010 Summer Program attendee
Individual attention and small class sizes are the priority of the Maple Conservatory Summer Intensives. At the foundation of these programs is the instructors’ ability to communicate the knowledge developed from their own accomplished classical and contemporary dance careers. Through the practical application of alignment, muscality and getting each student to recognize their strengths and limitations, the instructors demystify the challenges of classical technique. At the conclusion of each intensive, every dancer will have the means to continue to mature beyond the experience of the summer.
– Charles Maple, Conservatory Director
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call us at 949-660-9930, ext. 27.