Central School Of Ballet

Half-Term Courses

Central's half-term courses are an opportunity for participants age 4-16 years to experience a range of dance styles at varying levels.

MayHalf Term 2020

Please be aware that Central School of Ballet's studios are not currently open. Therefore should you wish to apply for a course, please refrain from sending your application in the post as there will be a delay in processing it. Please email your application to molly.rubin@csbschool.co.uk

Tuesday 26th May 2020

8-10 and 11-13 years One Day Ballet Intensives for Girls

One Day Ballet Intensives are aimed at children aged 8-16 years, who meet the standard requirements for the chosen course. The days are centred on Ballet, including Pointe (if applicable, and subject to age and ability) and Repertoire. The courses also include an additional class such as; Pilates, Contemporary and Improvisation, giving participants the chance to become fully immersed into a day at Central.

Wednesday 27th May 2020

14-16 years One Day Ballet Intensive for Girls – cost £50

This course is suitable for students in school years 10 and 11 and planning to audition for full time vocational training at 16 years old.The days are centred on Ballet, including Pointe (if applicable, and subject to age and ability) and Repertoire. The courses also include an additional class such as; Pilates, Contemporary and Improvisation, giving participants the chance to become fully immersed into a day at Central.

8-16 years One Day Musical Theatre - cost £40

The day will be led by Anna Zammit Lupi and Colin Zammit

Thursday 28th May 2020

8-16 years Dance Blast – cost £40

Previous courses have involved classes in ballet, capoeira, jazz and creative choreography.

Friday 29th May 2020

4-7 years One Day Ballet with Arts & Crafts – cost £35

Application Forms can be downloaded from the 'How to Apply' tab on the left-hand-side menu. Please send your application to molly.rubin@csbschool.co.uk

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