Peabody’s downtown dance studios
A full-day dance training program for students of all levels
Monday, June 18 – Friday, July 13, 2018,* 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Four weeks, two and three-week options available for intermediate and advanced students
(*No classes Wednesday, July 4)
This challenging full-day program for students of all levels – from beginners to highly motivated professional aspirants – provides a strong focus on technique classes in:
Technique classes are creatively balanced by additional classes in:
Flamenco and Spanish Dance, other dance forms, Improvisation/Composition (for upper-level students), theater arts, and enrichment classes in stretch/conditioning and dance history.
These offerings vary from year to year.
The program culminates in valuable studio performance opportunities, bringing together the participants’ whole course of study during this intensive period – a unique and rewarding experience for both the students and the family audience.
Students new to Peabody Dance with previous dance training must complete a placement session to determine which level is appropriate prior to registration. Beginners with no formal training, along with all 7 year-olds, will enter Level A and do not need to be placed. (Students must be 7 years of age by June 18, 2018 to be eligible to register.) Current Peabody Dance students may use the level guidelines listed below when registering. Please contact Peabody Dance by email at email@example.com if you have questions about your child’s placement before you register.
The levels and age ranges listed below are only a guide for registration purposes and are subject to change. Students are placed in levels that will best enable them to improve their ballet technique.
Level A: Ages 7-12, beginners and students with up to two years of formal ballet training.
(Primary Ballet Program Level 1)
Level B: Ages 9-14, elementary-level students with a minimum of two years of formal ballet training.
(Primary Ballet Program Levels 1X-2X)
Level C: Ages 11-18, upper-elementary/low intermediate students with a minimum of five years of formal ballet training. (Pre-Professional Program Levels 3-4)
Levels D & E: Ages 13-18, intermediate and advanced students with several years of formal ballet training. Young women must have prior experience on pointe.
(Pre-Professional Program Levels 4X-5X)
All students enrolling in the Summer Dance Program are strongly encouraged to attend the full program. Students placed in Levels A and B must attend all four weeks of the intensive. Students in Levels C, D, and E have the option to enroll for just two or three weeks but are strongly encouraged to attend all four weeks. Any of the weeks may be selected; please send notification of selected weeks to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Final level placements are made for all students on Monday, June 18 between 9:00 am – 12:00 noon; placements will continue to be assessed over the first few days. Parents will be notified within the first week if level registration changes need to be made.
Summer Dance Intensive Meal Plans
Dance students have the opportunity to purchase a lunch meal plan for food provided by the Peabody Dining Hall during the Summer Dance Intensive. Meals may be purchased for the entire four-week time period, or customized to the weeks the student attends (for those attending fewer than four weeks). Meal Plan rates are per student for lunch during the days that the Summer Dance Intensive is scheduled, and will not be offered on weekends or on Wednesday, July 4. Lunch is served in the Dining Hall during the students’ lunch break from 12:00-1:00 pm Monday-Friday. Students are not allowed to share meals purchased in the Dining Hall with friends or family members. Meal Plan purchases are non-refundable and non-transferable. If you have purchased fewer than four weeks, please send notification of the selected weeks to email@example.com.
Four-week meal plan
# PP.100.900 01
Three-week meal plan
# PP.100.900 03
Two-week meal plan
# PP.100.900 02
New Student Placement
Registration begins April 2, 2018.
Class times, levels, and instructors are subject to change.
MON-FRI 9:00 am-4:00 pm (No classes Wednesday, July 4)
Early Registration deadline: TBD
Four weeks (105 hours)
Class #: PP.100.039 01
2017 Tuition: $1450 prior to May 15; $1500 starting on May 16
Four weeks (114 hours)
Class #: PP.100.042 01
2017 Tuition: $1545 prior to May 15; $1595 starting on May 16
Three weeks (87 hours)
Class #: PP.100.038 01
2017 Tuition: $1245 prior to May 15; $1295 starting on May 16
Two weeks (60 hours)
Class #PP.100.407 01
2017 Tuition: $875 prior to May 15; $925 starting on May 16