Central School Of Ballet

Spring & Summer Courses

Central’s Spring (one week) and Summer courses (one and two week) are an excellent opportunity to experience a taste of life in full-time vocational dance training.

Classes usually commence at 10am each day and end at 5pm. A ballet class is timetabled every day and pointe / boys coaching scheduled for every alternate day.

Subject to the minimum number of boys applying, boys only Ballet classes may also be offered.

Other classes include Pilates; Contemporary and Repertoire. Depending on the length of a course, we may include classes in Jazz and Character, alongside inviting guest tutors and choreographers to lead a masterclass on Creative Choreography or Improvisation.

We ask that applicants are 11-16 years old, in School years 7-11, and obtain a minimum of RAD Grade 5/ RAD Intermediate Foundation or equivalent, including pointe work.

Spring Course

Please note, the Spring Course is not going ahead as scheduled. All applicants registered to the course have been contacted separately.

International Summer School

  • Two Week International Summer School for students aged 11-16 years – Monday 27 July to Saturday 8 August 2020
  • One Week International Summer School for students aged 14-16 years – Monday 27 July to Saturday 1 August 2020.
  • One Week International Summer School for students aged 11-14 years – Monday 3 August to Saturday 8 August 2020.

The cost of the one week course is £375 and the cost of the two week course is £595.

International students who enrol onto the two week course can also apply for additional English classes. These take place on an evening Monday to Friday from 5.30pm to 6.45pm at an additional cost of £135 for 10 classes.

Please note, Central School of Ballet is non-residential.

Application forms are available to download from the 'How to Apply' tab. Please send your application to molly.rubin@csbschool.co.uk.

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