The following are multi-day virtual dancing opportunities with open enrollment that are intended for youth and pre-professional dancers. (* indicates drop-ins permitted)
SEPTEMBER 12 - DECEMBER 20, 2020
Based in ballet and contemporary training, Alonzo King LINES Ballet's Teens Program offers three levels of online training for teens and tweens ages 11-17.
SESSION I: SEPTEMBER 15 - OCTOBER 25*
SESSION II: NOVEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 13*
For ages 2-17. Kids & Teens Online takes into consideration the abilities of each age group to curate a supportive environment that fosters learning skills, boosting confidence, and socializing with peers.
SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 26, 2020
LINES Ballet provides weekly online classes for K-5 students that provide dance experiences that enhance learning, inspire creativity and contribute to a sense of wellness. Different dance styles each day!
SEPTEMBER 26-27, 2020
Coached by Robert Moses and master teachers, each participant will take part in a rigorous process designed to provide dancers with practical performance and creative approaches to stage presentation while learning choreography from Moses’ acclaimed 2010 work “The Cinderella Principle.”
SEPTEMBER 26 - JANUARY 16*
Dancewave virtual classes support a community of enthusiastic, creative young dancers ages 3 to 18. Dive into Ballet, Modern, or Hip Hop techniques as well as Creative Movement and Storytelling for little ones! All of our programs embrace Dancewave’s supportive Culture Model and are committed to creating an inclusive learning environment for kids of all backgrounds and abilities. Full Semester or Drop-in plans available.
SATURDAYS, OCTOBER 3, 10, 7 & 24 (11am-2pm EDT)
This workshop will give you the tools to create your own original dances, exploring the elements of composition, both for the stage as well as for dance films. We will examine the creative process by learning how to take risks, transition from thinking to feeling to making artistic choices. Through short in-class assignments and extensive work outside of class, students will investigate both form and content in choreography. Participants will create and perform solo studies based on choreographic problems. We look not only at what you dance but also ask the question “Why do you dance?” Dance is the expressive medium of our heart, mind, and soul.