Our summer classes run June 14-August 6.
There is a $200 cap for single students and $300 cap for families with multiple students.
Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Company members are required to take Ballet Technique, Dance Endurance, and Stretch/Core Strengthening.
Mini Company members are required to take Ballet Technique and Stretch.
Liz Borom - June 28 + 29
Group Placement After Auditions:
Mini 3:00-4:00pm $45 for both days
Junior 4:00-5:30pm $60 for both days
Int/Sr 5:30-7:00pm $60 for both days
We love Platinum competition, and Liz has been watching our dances for years! We are excited to nurture this relationship in a more intimate setting this summer.
More about Liz:
Liz Borom got her start at the age of 6 in South Carolina studying classical ballet with the Columbia City Ballet. She was a soloist for the Spartanburg Civic Ballet before receiving an honors scholarship into the SC Governors School for the Arts where she trained under the direction of Edward Villella, Mel Tomlinson, and Sandra Neil. She continued her training in all genres of dance from classic tap to Martha Graham technique and studied in several notable studios and programs from SC to NY under the direction dance “greats” such as Twyla Tharp, Shelly Washington, Paul Taylor, Mia Michaels, Ray Leeper, Rhonda Blanchard, and Joe Tremaine just to name a few. She went on to study dance performance and choreography in college. Since college, Liz has been teaching, choreographing, and dancing all over the US for the past 20+ years. Liz’s choreography has won multiple awards regionally and nationally. Her classes are full of strong technique and passionate choreography.
William Agliata - July 6 + 7
Class times for both days:
10:00-11:30 Int/Sr Ballet
11:30-12:30 Int/Sr Ballet Tech/Pointe
12:30-1:30 Mini/Jr Ballet
1:30-2:30 Mini/Jr Ballet Tech
Price for both days is $100 for Int/Sr and $80 for Mini/Jr
3:00-6:00 Private Lessons available for Ballet, Technique, Running Solos, etc
Private Lessons are $100 per hour or $50 for 1/2 hour
Private Lessons will he held both days, but spaces are limited - first come, first serve.
More about William:
William’s professional dance career began at the Rome Opera with roles in Raymonda and other full-length ballets, as well as in the ballets of Faust and Aida at the Rome Opera. He danced in the worldwide telecast of the World Youth Fair for John Paul II, the world premiere of The Seven Deadly Sins and Lindbergh’s Flight at the Arena Sferisterio of Macerata, commercials and variety shows for RAI, the Italian National TV Network and for the private TV Network Channel 5, and Coppelia for the Rome Summer Festival.William moved to New York permanently in 2004 to dance and deepen his ballet training, studying with great teachers in the American ballet tradition: Wilhelm Burmann, Nancy Bielski and David Howard.
Highlights from William’s New York Resume include: Dancing and stage combat in Otello, and other operas at the Metropolitan Opera, The Saints of Bleecker Street at Di Capo Opera/New York City Opera, Rebecca Kelly Ballet, the 20th Century Fox film, Little Manhattan, with Pat Birch, choreographer, Across the Universe by Julie Taymor. In spring 2017, he danced in the Eightieth Anniversary Recital of Ballet Arts at City Center. He continues working with several contemporary choreographers in New York.