Cincinnati Ballet’s Adult Weekend Intensive is designed to boost your summer fitness routine within a community of supportive peers and artists. Cincinnati Ballet’s resident faculty and select guests lead participants through a deeper dive into ballet and modern technique and performance repertoire while exploring other dance genres and dance-related topics. Over a full weekend of dance, students begin each day with a ballet technique class before moving into instruction in modern, musical theater, repertoire, conditioning and more. The weekend program concludes with an optional performance workshop as well as a reception celebration with fellow dancers and instructors.
For Intermediate level dancers ages 18 and up
Program Status: The Adult Weekend Intensive has been rescheduled to July 24 – 26, 2020.
The Adult Weekend Intensive is an invigorating exploration of multiple dance styles giving participants the opportunity to try something new while also diving more deeply into beloved favorites. Dancer health is also a primary focus through conditioning designed to protect and support the unique needs of dancers. The program aims to ensure students leave with the following:
– An expanded movement vocabulary
– An exploration of other dance genres
– Introduction to selections of dance performance repertoire
– Opportunities to deconstruct more complex movements
– Conditioning resources to build lean strength
– A community of supportive peers and instructors
An informal performance workshop at the conclusion of the weekend offers participants the opportunity to share learned repertoire with fellow students and loved ones. Participation in the performance workshop is optional.
Friday, July 24 – 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Saturday, July 25 – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday, July 26 – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm*
*Sunday’s program concludes with a celebratory reception
All classes take place at the Cincinnati Ballet Center located at:
1555 Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45214
Free parking is available on the street or in our elevated lot at the corner of Wade and Central Parkway.
For students desiring to participate, a working knowledge of dance is helpful but our faculty is committed to helping you build your dance vocabulary, develop lean strength and explore other dance genres.
No formal placement assessment is required. For questions regarding experience and program level, please contact the Academy Administrative Office at 513-562-1111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.