In Dance Intensive students learn the art and craft of three areas of dance: Ballet, Modern/Contemporary, and Hip Hop. Afternoon electives include jazz, tap, salsa, choreography, and guest artist workshops. Ages 8 - 19, beginner - advanced.
To accommodate our growing dance program, this year we are excited to announce will also have classes at the Community House and Exhale (Dance/Yoga Studio) in Bridgehampton, a five minute walk from our main campus.
Dance Intensive Curriculum
Monday - Friday, August 5 - 9
(9-9:30) Warm up
(9:30-10:45 am) Ballet Classes
(11-12) Hip Hop
(1-2) Modern/Contemporary/Guest Artist Workshop
(2-3:00) Electives (jazz, tap, salsa, improv, student choreography)/Performance Preparation/Guest Artist Workshop
Fridays, 1:30 pm Student Recital
Ballet. It all starts at the barre, the fundamental language of dance, the ABC's of dance. Ballet helps strengthen the body, improves balance, and follows the rhythm of the music.
Modern/Contemporary dance, even through small movements and simple, helps very often to improvise. One does not necessarily have to always follow the rhythm. This style allows us to work and personalize some of the movements of our body.
Hip Hop make us move in a different way than with classical ballet. It encourages us to dance with more energy, be rhythmically confident, and express our emotions.
Electives are held in the afternoon and are open to all dance students in the styles of jazz, tap, and salsa. Note that students who would like to enroll in the tap elective should have tap shoes on day one of Dance Intensive.
Guest Artist. TBD
Our goal is for every dancer, whether a beginner or advanced student, to finish Dance Intensive having significantly improved upon their dance technique, knowledge of various styles, and their love of dance. Our class sizes are large enough to ensure everyone has fun and makes friends, and yet small enough so that every student gets the attention he or she needs to achieve their full potential.