HYBRID

Summer CampS 2021

June 14 - July 2

PROGRAM

AGES 5-8

Bayer Ballet Academy (BBA) continues to keep the well-being of our students, their families, and our staff as our highest priority.  Explore the many facets of the artform of dance & self-expression:


ARTISTIC DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH & WELLNESS
• ballet
• stretching
strength
• coordination
• sense of rhythm
• flexibility
• grace
• self-awareness & expression

• safe, social interaction with their peers

Most teachers are fluent in English and Russian.

IN-STUDIO SPACE CURRENTLY LIMITED based on COVID guidelines, and is expected to fill quickly.

SESSION DATES 

Monday-Friday

10am - 4pm

SESSION I: JUNE 14 - 18 - IN-STUDIO SOLD OUT, VIRTUAL OPTION STILL AVAILABLE

SESSION II: JUNE 21 - 25

SESSION III: JUNE 28 -  JULY 2

PRICING & REGISTRATION

One Session: $575

Two Sessions: $1100 ($50 DISCOUNT)

Three Sessions: $1650 ($75 DISCOUNT)

PRIORITIES & GOALS

  • SAFETY FIRST - we are following recommended guidelines and ask for your cooperation.  This is a shared responsibility. In-studio camps are currently based on COVID guidelines.

  • HEALTHY & HAPPY GROWTH IS IMPORTANT - we are dedicated to helping all students achieve their individual goals, while creating an environment that promotes physical and mental wellness. 

 

Summer Saturday Open Classes 2021

June 19 - August 28

In-Studio Classes

IN-STUDIO SPACE CURRENTLY LIMITED based on COVID guidelines, and is expected to fill quickly.

AGES 3-4

9:00-9:45: Ballet (Miss Marina) - REGISTER

 

AGES 3-5
12:00-12:45: Ballet (Miss Christina) - REGISTER

AGES 5-7

9:45-10:30: Ballet (Miss Marina) - REGISTER
10:30-11:15: Stretching (Miss Marina) - REGISTER
11:15-12:00: Stretching (Miss Christina) - REGISTER

 

AGES 6-7

10:30-11:15 Ballet (Miss Christina) - REGISTER

AGES 8-10

9:00-10:30: Ballet+Stretching (Miss Christina) - REGISTER
11:15-12:15: Ballet (Miss Marina) - REGISTER

 

HYBRID

Summer intensive 

 
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MASTER CLASSES

Bayer Ballet’s curriculum encompasses year-round access to master teachers and choreographers.

Some master classes and workshops are open to the public.  

Pictured: Contemporary Master Classes by Karine Plantadit, Tony Award-nominated dancer and actress & YAGP Judge.
 
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TRAINING IN 2020/21

We understand how frustrated dancers are right now, and how concerned their parents are, as well. Training from home has limitations, and even though there are a multitude of hybrid training options out there, there are valid concerns.  

  • How do you determine which program is best for your dancer?

  • How do you ensure they are progressing when there are a multitude of resources with no meaningful progression?

If you have returned to in-person training, is your studio following safe protocols?

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Everyone deserves a safe environment, whether it's virtual or in-person, to grow and develop.

Photography:
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