Central School Of Ballet

Press Release

Spring & Summer Courses - Course Outline

Calendar Posted 8 January 2012

Please note that all course are non-residential.

Summer Course 2012

Spending a week at Central School of Ballet is an excellent way to experience a taste of life in full time ballet training. Our popular Summer Course is an opportunity for you to do just this.

The Summer Course normally takes place during the last week of July However, for 2012, a decision has been made to push the course dates later and into August due to the fact the The Olympics clash with our usual week and travel and accomodation will obviously be at a premium during this time. The Summer Course will take place from August 13-18 and August 13-24 (Advanced version) and applications are now open.

If you would like to apply for the Advanced Summer Course (13-14 August), please fill in the Advanced Summer Course application form and return to the school with the £50 deposit. Places on the Advanced Course are awarded at the discretion of the school, and you will be contacted within two weeks of us receiving your application to let you know the outcome of your application and to confirm your place. Meanwhile, places on the regular Summer Course (13-18 August) are awarded on a 'first-come'first-served' basis.

For further information please see the Summer Course Flyer.

Spring Course

Central School of Ballet's Spring Course is a great opportunity to have a taster of life as a full time student in vocational training. Students on the course will receive daily classes including ballet, contemporary, jazz and pilates.

Spring Course 2012 will be a longer, five day course. It will take place from April 10-14.

Please see the Spring Course Flyer for further information. Applications for the Spring Course are now open.

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