Age: grades 7-12
Schedule: Fri 7:30am-8:15pm; Sat 8:30am-6pm; Sun 8:30am-4:45pm
Focus: Choreography, repertory, master classes in contemporary dance, ballet, Pilates, African and Asian traditional dance forms. This pre-collegiate dance intensive is intended for studio groups. Individual student participation is possible, space permitting. Those interested in registering individually should contact Kelly Kwiatkowski.
Cost: $100 - 150 (no lodging or meals included)
How to Register: Studios registrations by May 15 - online
Questions? Kelly Kwiatkowski at email@example.com or (608) 262-2353
Age: grades 7-12
Schedule: 8am-4:30pm plus evening programming for residential campers
Focus: Band, orchestra, choir, musical theatre and jazz ensemble
Cost: June 18-24 (Junior Session) | Cost: Commuter $418 | Residential $648
June 25-30 (Senior Session) | Cost: Residential only $702
How to Register: Register online by April 24. Exceptions to late registrations might be made if there is room available. Contact Anne Aley below.
Questions? Anne Aley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 263-2242
Age: grades 9-12
Schedule: Sun 12-4pm, Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm; Fri 9am-7pm
Focus: Backstage arts of sound, lighting and stage management
Cost: $350 before June 15, $375 after June 15 (no lodging or meals included)
How to Register: Register online by June 30
Questions? Sarah Marty at email@example.com or (608) 263-2790
Age: grades 11-12
Schedule: Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm
Topics: 2D and 3D studio experiences, tours of art museums and galleries
Cost: $480 (no lodging or meals included) + $65 registration/transcript fee
How to Register: Register online by May 1
Questions? Jennifer Sandridge at firstname.lastname@example.org
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