JULY BALLET CLASSES
JULY 17 – 27 & JULY 31 – AUGUST 7 – 2 week sessions
Summer is a perfect time to expand, engage & explore your ballet training as well as relax, re-tool and re-group and have fun!! Classes are taught by one of our American Ballet Theatre (R) Certified teachers.
Beginner : (age 7 & up) 4:00-5:00 – Monday & Wednesday
Tuition for 2 weeks: $75; One week: $50; Individual Class: $30
Intermediate/Advanced: (age 9 & up or by placement)-Tuesday & Thursday: 5:00-6:30
The tuition for 2 weeks: $100; One week:$70; Individual Class: $40
AUGUST BALLET BOOT CAMP
In August Rob Royce and Jesse Tidquist will return with Ballet Boot Camp August 15 -17, 2017. A great way to get ready for LI Ballet Theatre’s auditions for The Nutcracker.
Master Class/Nutcracker Audition Saturday August 19, 2017- 1:00pm
August Tuesday August 15, Wednesday August 16 & Thursday August 17
4:30-6:00- Level1 & 2 (open class for ages 9-11) – (75)
6:00-7:30 –Level 3 & 4 – (100)
7:30 – 8:30 – Pointe Class – (125)
Tuition: 75, 100 & 125
Rob Royce Biography
Robert Royce began his ballet training at at Greensboro Ballet in Greensboro, NC at the age of ten. He continued on to study at the North Carolina School of the Arts under numerous teachers including Gyula Pandi, Mellissa Hayden and Duncan Noble. During the summers away from NCSA, Mr. Royce attended summer intensives at Pacific Northwest Ballet, Hungarian National Ballet and School of American Ballet. At the age of sixteen Robert moved to New York to study under Richard Rapp and Stanley Williams at School of American Ballet. After two years at the school, Mr. Royce joined the Cincinnati Ballet where he spent the next three seasons dancing in such works as Agnes de Mille’s Rodeo, George Balanchine’s Four Temperaments and Jewels, along with numerous other pieces by various choreographers. Robert moved on to Dayton Ballet where he performed in the works of Christopher Fleming, Septime Weber and Christian Holder. After moving back south and dancing briefly for Augusta Ballet, Mr. Royce joined the Alabama Ballet under the directorship of Wes Chapman. Since the age of twenty Robert has been teaching, choreographing on and coaching young dancers, teaching as a core staff member for Alabama Ballet School, Sanford College, Ballet Theater of Maryland and Philadelphia Ballet School. Robert has also taught master classes and guest taught at numerous different schools including Goucher College and Long Island Ballet Theatre. For the past sixteen summers Mr. Royce has been a ballet master for Burklyn Ballet Theater.