If you are a professional ballet dancer or an advanced semi-professional looking to improve your ballet skills and jump to the next level, then this three and a half -week Summer Intensive programme is designed for you.
How can we boost your career in three and a half weeks? With our Summer Intensive, you will:
For our professional programme:
Our requirement is classical ballet experience of a minimum of 6 years and on pointe experience of 5 years for girls.
For semi-professional programme:
Our requirement is classical ballet experience of a minimum of 4 years and on pointe experience of 3 years for girls.
Not yet 16 years - Please check out our new "One Week Young Dancers Ballet Intensive" for age 12-15 years:
Why should you choose our Summer Intensive in Estonia?
For professional dancers, the three-week workshop will be concluded by an original performance on the main Estonian ballet stage in the Estonian National Opera and Ballet.
We offer intensive training of classical and modern dance on an internationally high level. We enable the practice of the repertoire of renowned classical and contemporary choreographers, brought to you by internationally professional choreographers and teachers.
The three-week summer ballet workshop will include Vaganova/Balanchine classes, Ballet Technique, Pointe, Classical Repertoire, a Choreography Workshop and Pilates or Floor Barre.
First Audition for this program is by video (variation or ballet class)
Second Audition for this program is in the Ballet auditorium. Ballet teachers and choreographers will choose participants for their plays (July 14th)
Participants who do not pass to participate in the Gala concert program will be directed to the group for the Show performance (for friends and parents)
Students will be immersed in dance sessions with classes of five to six hours per day and six days per week, learning from our famous masterclass instructors Vaganova/Balanchine Ballet Class, Ballet Technique, Variations, Pointe, Repertoire, Contemporary and Jazz technique, Pilates and Floor ballet barre and stretching.
This summer workshop allows students to experience intensive professional ballet training in a nurturing and safe environment with students from a wide range of countries and cultures.
Our program in the Ballet Summer Workshop Estonia is designed for advanced level ballet students in schools or ballet dancers. The three-week summer ballet workshop will include Vaganova/Balanchine Ballet Class, Ballet Technique, Variations, Pointe, Repertoire, Contemporary or Jazz technique, Pilates and Floor ballet barre or stretching.
Our requirement is a minimum classical ballet experience of four years and on pointe experience of three years. Balanchine and other techniques we have chosen are very demanding and are taught in our program for advanced level dancers. The main reason we cannot accept participants with fewer skills is to avoid injuries in our intensive workshop.
Deadline 1st of May
International Summer Ballet Workshop Estonia takes place from July 10th 2020 to August 2nd 2020 in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia in Northern Europe
The arrival and housing of the participants. Individual arrival dates can be changed, the welcoming night for participants is held on July 9th.
Training takes place every day at the Estonian National Opera.
Programme for 10.07-12.07.2020
Participants train to get in the form before audition on July 14th.
Professional Level with Gala concert
The whole period for this programme each day is divided into two parts. In the morning, classical ballet training and in the evening repertoire training for the performance.
Professional level and semi-professional level with Show performance (for friends and parents)
Professional level and semi-professional level with Show performance
The workshop ends with a show performance for parents and friends ( July 31st) ) with an original stage production of short ballets on the Estonian National Ballet stage.
Professional Level with Gala concert
The workshop ends with two gala performances ( August 1st and 2nd ) with an original stage production of short ballets on the Estonian National Ballet stage.