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PHYSICALLY DISTANCED IN-PERSON STUDY

Summer Camps

What we're doing to minimize risk

  • Maintaining regular contact with local health authorities to and review relevant local/state regulatory agency policies and orders for updates

  • Completing specific training, Count on me NC, provided by NCSU

  • Ensuring a staff person is responsible for responding to COVID-19 concerns is assigned

  • Intensifying cleaning and disinfection practices within our facilities

  • Limiting camp size to 9 participants

  • Marking individual student studio space off in 10’x10’ squares

  • Placing hand sanitizer of at least 60% alcohol throughout the building

  • Prohibiting use of water cooler and fountain

What we're asking of you

  • Expect your temperature to be taken upon arrival at the studio; anyone with a temperature over 100F will not be allowed to take class or participate in camp that day

  • Wear an appropriate face covering for the duration of your time in the building; bring extra to switch out when they get sweaty

  • Wash hands or use hand sanitizer upon arrival

  • No bare feet/bodies

  • Leave your shoes, bags and other belongings in a cubby in the front lobby

  • Practice/dance-wear should be worn to and from class with a coverup for outside. No changing on premises.

  • NO siblings, parents or other observers in the building

2020 Summer Camps

Session I

JULY 27-31, 2020

11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. EST

Studio opens at 11:00 a.m.

Recommended for students ages 10 and up with a minimum of 3 years' training.

 

Guest instructor Isabelle Frame


$200

Session II

AUGUST 4-7, 2020

11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. EST

Studio opens at 11:00 a.m.

Recommended for students ages 10 and up with a minimum of 3 years' training.

Guest instructor Madison Ford

$165

Session III

AUGUST 10-14, 2020

11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.

Recommended for students ages 10 and up with a minimum of 3 years' training.

This workshop is recommended for Intermediate and Advanced level ballet dancers who have  some experience with dancing on pointe.  We will be focusing on refinement of technique throughout the barre and center work.  Since we are in the studio, special focus in technique class will be given to jump combinations.  Recommendations will be made for targeted home exercise to supplement each dancer’s specific needs.  The last ½ hour of class will be spent on learning choreography from the classical ballet repertoire.

Guest instructor Ruth Leney-Midkiff

$200

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Durham School for Ballet & the Performing Arts’ aim is to provide a space for the cultivation of creativity through dance. Dance is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, and having fun. Our role as Dance Educators is to help children climb their own mountains.

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