Aug 10 Wednesday
Saratoga Springs Youth Ballet has 3 unique Summer Program offerings. Register your dancer today!
Young Children's Summer Program: For ages 4- 7 no dance experience requiredBallet lessons that follow a different ballet theme each day along with crafts, stories, and related activities. $200 a week.Week 1:*July 11th: The Sleeping Beauty*July 12th: Midsummer Night's Dream*July 13th: Don Quixote*July 14th: The Firebird*July 15th: Swan LakeWeek 2:*July 18th: La Sylphide*July 19th: Circus Polka*July 20th: Cinderella*July 21st: Coppélia*July 22nd: La Fille Mal Gardée
Children's Summer Program: For dancers ages 8-11 with previous dance training. Ballet class required for placement. Classes in Ballet, Modern, Jazz, and choreography. Classes taught by SSYB's teaching artists: Cristiane Santos, Joan K. Anderson, and Katie Dunkel.
Intensive Pre-Professional Program: Ages 12 & up (ballet class for placement required)10am - 4 pm: 4 classes per day taught by a world-renowned guest and SSYB faculty. Ballet and pointe classes every morning, plus a variety of disciplines in the afternoon Afro- Fusion, Modern, Contemporary, Jazz, Pilates, Yoga, Gyrokinesis, Acting, Seminars, and more! Guest Teachers to include: Week 1: Vanessa Smith, Hettie Barnhill, and Sports PT's Dr. Rebecca Mason DPTWeek 2: Jessica Batten, and Sports PT's Dr. Rebecca Mason DPTWeek 3: Annie DeGange Holgate, and Sports PT's Dr. Rebecca Mason DPTWeek 4: Tina Fores HittWeek 5: Michael Jackson Jr from Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater!
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Sep 20 Tuesday
Described by The New York Times as “...triple-threat performers who dance, sing and act with a sometimes searing sense of truthfulness,” this Brooklyn-based performance ensemble and dance company is celebrating their 35+ anniversary with a Legacy + Lineage + Liberation program. Celebrating the power of Women(+), these iconic works give multiple dimensions of life that resonate in this time of reflection around equity and justice, and lift up Black lives in inspiring ways.
Sep 21 Wednesday
Nov 13 Sunday
On its debut tour in the United States, this independent contemporary dance company is based out of Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico. Since their first production in 2001, they have created their own style of feeling and communicating with the world, creating an ensemble that is a convergence of movement and the aesthetic vision of the group’s members. Treatise About the Line is a contemporary dance performance that explores the complexity of bodies moving through space and time.
Jan 27 Friday
Widely recognized for its full-throttle partnering, athleticism, rigorous technique, emotional depth and numerous groundbreaking collaborations, this San-Francisco based company is celebrating 50+ years. Its ten dancers present an eclectic trio of works exploring our environment, forms of communication and the mathematics of Euclid, all created by a foursome of formidable females: artistic director Brenda Way, associate choreographer Kimi Okada, fellow KT Nelson and guest choreographer Kate Weare.