youth.ballet returns in 2019 offering pre-professional students direct access to the international arts community. Studying 21st century repertoire exclusively, participants will be introduced to the work of acclaimed contemporary choreographers William Forsythe and Wayne McGregor as well as participate in new creations by ISS2019’s ‘Choreographer in Residence’ Paul Boyd and fellow peers of the create.dance program.

International Summer School’s youth.ballet is a platform for talented pre-professional dancers from full-time and private training schools, to come together outside of competitive arenas, to gain collective experiences while fostering positive community values.

 

 

Pre-professional dancers
15 – 18 years of age
9.00am – 6.00pm daily

Two-week course: 8-12 AND 14-18 January 2019

Fees: $1,045 / $1,055, $1,075 / $1,095

Faculty: Yannick Boquin, Laura Graham, Paul Boyd, Charles Andersen, TBA

 
 
 
 

IS THE YOUTH.BALLET
COURSE FOR YOU?

  • Are you at a pre-professional standard with your dancing?

  • Are you planning to enter into a professional finishing school in the next year and a half?

  • Do you feel confident with your pas de deux and partnering skills?

  • Have you participated in the Sydney Eisteddfod Ballet Scholarship and advanced beyond the first elimination round?

  • Have you been considering applying to compete at the Prix de Lausanne in the next 2 years?

  • Are you open to exploring new ideas?

 

If the answer to the majority of the above questions is yet, then you are a prime candidate for our youth.ballet course.

 
 
 
 

Laura Graham working with students at ISS2018

 
 
 
 
 
ISS2018 Youth Ballet course provided a taste of what it is like to be a professional dancer. The creative process with working choreographers and ballet masters provided the opportunity to grow as a performer. The performances at the end of the two weeks were of an exceptional standard. The friendships formed amongst the students and with the staff were a pleasure to observe.
 
 
 
 
 
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