summer programs

As we adapt to the evolving conditions, we remain dedicated to providing a healthy and creative outlet for our dancers to continue their training during these challenging times.

Bayer Ballet Academy has been successfully providing virtual training, as well as safely operated  in-studio summer camps.

With policies in place, based on Santa Clara County Public Health and CDPH, we are taking all precautions and adhering to the recommended guidelines and directives to keep dancers and their families, as safe as possible.

Bayer Ballet Academy (BBA) continues to keep the well-being of our students, their families, and our staff as our highest priority. 

HYBRID

Summer CampS 2021

June 14 - July 2 / AGES 5-8

SESSION DATES 

Monday-Friday

10am - 4pm

SESSION I: JUNE 14 - JUNE 18

SESSION II: JUNE 21 - JUNE 25

SESSION III: JUNE 28 -  JULY 2

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

 

HYBRID

Summer Saturday

Open Classes 2021

June 19 - August 28 / AGES 3-10

Ballet technique and stretching classes for dancers ages 3-10 years. 

 

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

 

HYBRID

Summer intensive 

3-Week Junior Summer Intensive

June 14 - July 2 / AGES 8-12

6-Week Summer Intensive

July 5 - August 13 / AGES 9-18+

VIDEO AUDITION

Accepting Submissions

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

 
Pictured:  Summer Intensive Performance 2019, "inside the Vaganova Method" 
Photography: IOPhotoStudio
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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?

When it's time to return 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:
IOPhotoStudio.com