Central School Of Ballet

Spring & Summer Courses

The Spring Course 2019 has now taken place. The Course offered daily Ballet classes, as well as classes in Pointe and Boys Coaching. Additional classes were taken in Repertoire, Jazz and Contemporary, to name a few. Participants and their families and friends were also treated to watching Ballet Central dancers in rehearsal, with an opportunity to ask questions in a Q&A session.

The One Week Summer Course, occurring from Monday 5 - Saturday 10 August 2019 for 14-16 year olds, is now fully booked

Please note, there are limited spaces available on the One Week Summer Course for 11-14 year olds (Monday 29 July - Saturday 3 August 2019)

Please call Central on 02078376332 or email the Widening Participation and Access Department on participation@csbschool.co.uk to enquire if a space is available, or to be placed on the waiting list

Applications are still open for the 11-16 years Two Week Summer Course

Summer Course 2019

One Week Courses

Monday 29 July - Saturday 10 August 201911-16 year olds (School years 7-11)

£375 Course fee

Two Week Course

£585 Course fee. Additional £125 for English lessons

Please note, that 11 year olds applying for the Spring and Summer Course 2019, need to have turned 11 by 1 September 2018.

Applicants also need to have a minimum of RAD Grade 5/ RAD Intermediate Foundation or equivalent, including pointe work.

Central’s Spring and Summer courses 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.

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