Summer Intensive

Registration opens the week of  24 Februay

Get the tools that today’s dancer needs during this complete program which includes daily open technique classes, workshops, and performance opportunities. Dancers can choose their own program and stay as long or short as they like. 

Advanced/professional level only.

Preview  Line-Up, more will follow:

OPEN Ballet classes with:
Ginny Hendricksen, Maurice Causey, Min Lee, Stephen Pier, and more…

OPEN Contemporary classes:
Anton Lachky, Guy Nader, Ian Robinson, Jenia Kasatkina, Jiri Pokorny, Luke Jessop, Maria Campos, Marijke Eliasberg, Rachael Osborne, Tony Vezich, and more…

Workshops with
Allleyne Dance, Andrej Petrovic/Akram Khan Dance co., Anton Lachky/Puzzle Work,  David Zambrano, Ginny Hendricksen/ William Forsyther Rep., Guy Nader & Maria Campos/Partnering Tools & Falling/Rolling, Heidi Vierthaler/StreamFlow Method, Jenia Kasatkina/Countertechnique, Jiri Pokorny/Kidd Pivot,Crystal Pite, Karine Guizzo/Jiri Kylian Rep., Luke Jessop/Ultima Vez/WimVandekeybus, Michael Schumacher/Improvisation and Instant Composition, Olivia d’Ancona/LEV, (Sharon Eyal, Gai Behar), Rachael Osborne & Ian Robinson/Gaga& Ohad Naharin Repertory, Samuel Minguillon/In/OuT, Victor Rottier/SLAM!, Eastman/Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui workshop, and more….

Registration will open soon on this page

Classes: Regular technique classes are open to dancers of advanced/professional level and  no pre-registration is necessary.  5 or 10 class cards and Heavy Users Passes (30 days unlimited)  can be paid for online  at the registration desk in the studio.  Single classes must be paid for at the registration desk. 

 Workshops: It is necessary to pre-register on the site and then send a CV and dance film. A selection is made on the basis of the CVs (usually we choose a mix of professionals and students) and then payment must be made.  Workshops are mostly 5 days workshops (Monday to Friday) and weekend workshops. If you register for more than one workshop you only need to send the cv and dance film once. 

More information: See HERE for the FAQ sheet.