Monday, July 4, 2011

TOWSON U. CHILDREN’S DANCE PROGRAM SUMMER WORKSHOPS

Dancing Higher Summer Workshop, Ages 6-11
This workshop is designed for the beginner to intermediate dancer seeking to enhance their technical training, while expanding their knowledge of dance and appreciation of the aesthetics as an art form. Dancers will train in the foundations of ballet and modern, as well as jazz and Afro-Caribbean technique. Supplemental studies in dance science, dance history and foundation of composition will also be instructed during the one-week workshop.

Dancing Higher Summer Workshop, Ages 6-8
July 11-15, 2011, 9 AM-3 PM
Tuition
: $330

Dancing Higher Summer Workshop, Ages 9-11
July 11-15, 2011, 9 AM- 3 PM
Tuition: $330

Dancing Higher Pre-Professional Intensives, Ages 12+
Intensives are focused on refining technique, while gaining strength, stamina, self-expression, and knowledge of the many facets of dance as an art form needed to prepare the pre-professional student for collegiate acceptance.

Modern Repertory Intensive with ClancyWorks Dance Company
In collaboration with the D.C. based professional dance company, ClancyWorks, students will receive daily modern technique instruction, as well as train and perform one of the company’s choreographic works.

Program Dates:
July 11-July 15, 2011, 9:30 AM -1 PM
Tuition
: $252

Ballet Repertory Intensive with Runqiao Du
Daily instruction in ballet technique, and reconstruction of the ballet classic Coppelia from Ballet Master Runqiao Du.

Program Dates:
July 11-July 15, 2011, 1 - 5 PM
Tuition: $252

Jazz Intensive
Daily instruction in jazz technique, with supplemental studies in ballet floor barre, lyrical, leaps and turns, hip hop technique, and introduction to musical composition during the one week intensive.

Program Dates:
July 25 - 29, 2011, 9 AM –5 PM
Tuition
: $480

Master Work Intensive
Based on Anna Sokolow’s signature work, “Rooms,” students will receive daily instruction in modern technique, Etude History, and reconstruction of the modern classic.

Anna Sokolow’s “Rooms” examines, “internal conflicts, examining the full range of human emotions engendered by life in contemporary society.…a powerful portrayal of the terrifying loneliness that afflicts even people living in the closest proximity to each other.”

Program Dates:
August 1-5, 2011, 9 AM – 5 PM
Tuition
: $480

Tuition and Fees
Moving with Literacy: $198
Dancing Higher Workshop: $330
Repertory Intensives: $252
Dancing Higher Pre-Professional Intensive: $480

Dancing Higher Pre-Professional Intensive Pricing Packages:
Enrollment for one intensive: $480
Enrollment for two intensives: $864– 10% off
Enrollment for all three intensives: $1,224– 15% off
$30 Registration Fee will be applied to each registration.
TU Faculty and Staff- 10%
**If you register for multiple intensives- no other discounts will be applied

Registration
Enrollment is limited and registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis. A non-refundable deposit of $150 for all workshops and pre-professional Intensives must be enclosed with the registration form. The deposit is credited toward the tuition payment. Mail the form and payment to: Towson University, TUCD Summer Dance Camp, Towson, MD 21252-0001. Payment is due the first day of the workshop/ intensive. A Payment Plan is available for students registered in two or more intensives.  

Attire
Moving with Literacy: Black Leotard, Pink Tights, Bare Feet
Dancing Higher Summer Workshop: Black Leotard, Pink Tights, Black Jazz Pants, Ballet Slippers, Jazz Shoes
Modern Repertory Intensive: Black Leotard, Black Jazz Pants
Ballet Repertory Intensive: Black Leotard, Pink Tights, Ballet Slippers, Pointe Shoes
Dancing Higher Pre-Professional Ballet Intensive: Black Leotard, Pink Tights, Ballet Slippers, Pointe Shoes
Dancing Higher Pre-Professional Jazz Intensive: Black Leotard, Black Jazz Pants, Jazz Shoes, Clean Sneakers
Dancing Higher Pre-Professional Master Work Intensive: Any Color Leotard, Black Tights, Jazz or Modern Pants

More Information
For more informationn contact Candice Webster at 410.704.3495.