Tap, Hip Hop, Classical Await at City Ballet’s Dance Camp

What: Redding City Ballet Summer Dance Camp
When: June 27 to July 15, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Redding City Ballet, 1726 Market Street, Redding, CA 96001
Tuition: $375. Register here.

Students’ Daily Class Offerings:

Ballet Technique Class: Classical ballet technique. Placement for ballet class will be determined at the first class meeting.

Variation Classes: Variation classes will cover classical male and female choreography. Pointe work is not necessary for certain levels. Placement will be determined at class time.

Pointe/pre-pointe: (age and technical requirements) Pointe and pre-pointe will be offered to students who show the technical aptitude for beginning this particular step in their training.

Tap: Beginning through intermediate tap (tap shoes are required).

Jazz and Hip Hop: This style of dance will be offered to expand each student’s movement vocabulary. Musical selections are restricted to age-appropriate content and will be available for parental preview at the beginning of the session. Attendance is optional.

Acting for Dance/Choreography: Where we put it all together. The directors and teachers of Redding City Ballet are very involved in the Redding ArtHop series and the producers of Redding’s annual Nutcracker at the Cascade Theatre. Both groups routinely offer performance opportunities throughout the year, as well as during the school’s summer sessions. Parents will be invited for an in-house showing at the end of the series; dates to be announced.

A 45-minute lunch break will be provided each day. (Students must supply their own food; drinks will be available for a minimal charge.)


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