Spend the summer with Ballet Lubbock!

Dance Discoveries, Week 1 (Ages 3 – 7): June 17 – 21, 2024

Dance Discoveries, Week 2 (Ages 3 – 7): June 24 – 28, 2024

Junior Intensive (Level 1 – Level 3): June 10 – 14, 2024

Advanced Intensive (Level 4 & up): June 3 – 8, 2024

Our Summer Workshops are the perfect opportunity to try out our classes whether you’re looking for a Summer Intensive crafted to inspire, grow, and challenge the intermediate to advanced dancer or simply the chance to learn and improve while having fun!

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DANCE DISCOVERIES

CREATIVE MOVEMENT

June 17 – 21 & June 24 – 28

For students who have completed Creative Movement and/or 3-years-old by May 1

This class assists the very young dancer in identifying basic forms of movement through imaginative games, songs, music, and rhythmic patterns. It encourages taking turns and taking direction from the teacher.

Class meets Monday – Friday
FULL DAY: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
HALF DAY: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Early Drop-Off and Late Pickup options available! 

PRE-BALLET

June 17 – 21 & June 24 – 28

For students who have completed Pre-Ballet and/or 4-years-old by May 1

This class is an introduction to ballet with reference to 1st position, coordination, spatial awareness and class etiquette. For 4-year-olds by May 1, and 5-year-olds who are not entering kindergarten.

Class meets Monday – Friday
FULL DAY: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
HALF DAY: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Early Drop-Off and Late Pickup options available! 

BEGINNING BALLET

June 17 – 21 & June 24 – 28

For students who have completed Beginning Ballet and/or 5-years-old by May 1

This class introduces 1st and 2nd leg and arm positions, basic ballet vocabulary, and coordination. For 5-year-olds by May 1 who are entering kindergarten, or for 6- and 7-year-olds who have not received ballet training.

Class meets Monday – Friday
FULL DAY: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
HALF DAY: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Early Drop-Off and Late Pickup options available! 

Schedule

CREATIVE MOVEMENT
For students who have completed Creative Movement and/or 3-years-old by May 1
FULL DAY | 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Friday
HALF DAY | 9 a.m. -12 p.m. | Monday – Friday

View Sample Schedule 

PRE-BALLET
For students who have completed Pre-Ballet and/or 4-years-old by May 1
FULL DAY | 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Friday
HALF DAY | 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Monday – Friday
BEGINNING BALLET
For students who have completed Beginning Ballet and/or 5-years-old by May 1
FULL DAY | 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Friday
HALF DAY | 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Monday – Friday

Dress Code + Protocols

  • Hair must be securely fastened in a bun or other protective style.
  • If hair is too short for a bun, please secure up and off the neck.
  • All jewelry should be removed prior to class to prevent injury.
  • Please label all dance shoes, clothing, and other items brought to the school with your dancer’s name. Ballet Lubbock is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Click here to view the full Ballet Lubbock Dress code.

  • Every dancer should bring a bottle for water each day. Ballet Lubbock has a reverse osmosis water system.
  • Dancers need to bring their own lunch every day. If you are dropping off food for your dancer, please avoid food from restaurants like Chick-fil-A that fry their food in peanut oil. Snacks will be provided during Dance Discoveries, but you are welcome to pack extra snacks for your dancer.
  • Due to severe peanut allergies, we do not permit food with peanuts or peanut-based products (such as peanut oil used to fry foods at restaurants like Chick-fil-A) at Ballet Lubbock. Food is never allowed in a dance studio and should only be consumed in designated areas.
  • Please register online as soon as possible to ensure that your dancer will have a place in the appropriate class.

If your dancer has never been enrolled at Ballet Lubbock and is older than 6 years old, we will need to conduct a placement lesson to ensure that they are placed in the appropriate class/level based on their physical development and ability. To arrange this, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org.

Registration is handled entirely on a first-come, first-served basis.

Pricing

Price: $350/week or $600 for both weeks

Early Drop-Off (begins at 8:30 AM): $10/day

Late Pick-Up (extends to 5:30 PM): $15/day

Early Drop-Off & Late Pick-Up Package (both of the above for 5 days): $75

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Tuition assistance is available for all Ballet Lubbock Summer Workshops. Scholarships are awarded both for financial need and for artistic merit. Applications are available here.

We strongly encourage all applicants to include their most recent tax return as well as any supplemental information that more accurately reflects their family’s current financial standing if different from your 1040 (new baby, medical expenses, loss of job, etc.).

The deadline for scholarship applications is 12:00 noon on Friday, May 17, 2024. Late applications will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org or call our office at 806-785-3090.

JUNIOR INTENSIVE

LEVEL 1

June 10 – 14

For students who have completed Level 1 or have two years of ballet.

This level imparts the fundamentals of classical ballet and focuses on basic ballet technique, proper body alignment, French terminology, and musicality. For 6-year-olds by May 1 who are entering first grade and have previous training with Ballet Lubbock.

Class meets Monday – Saturday at 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

LEVEL 2

June 10 – 14

For students who have completed Level 2 or have three years of ballet.

This level focuses on positions of the arms, direction of the body, and increased movement vocabulary.

Class meets Monday – Saturday at 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

**Students are invited to Level 2 and each subsequent level after demonstrating full understanding of the previous level’s curriculum. If your dancer is new to Ballet Lubbock, please contact Yvonne Racz Key to set up an evaluation.

LEVEL 3

June 10 – 14

For students who have completed Level 3 or have four years of ballet.

This level focuses on the proper extension of the legs and feet, developing movement sequences, use of the head, balance, proper preparations for barre and center work, as well as port de bras throughout. Also, ballet body positions are introduced.

Class meets Monday – Saturday at 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

**Students are invited to Level 2 and each subsequent level after demonstrating full understanding of the previous level’s curriculum. If your dancer is new to Ballet Lubbock, please contact Yvonne Racz Key to set up an evaluation.

Schedule

LEVEL 1
For students who have completed Level 1 or have two years of ballet
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Saturday

 

LEVEL 2
For students who have completed Level 2 or have three years of ballet
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Saturday

 

LEVEL 3
For students who have completed Level 3 or have four years of ballet
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Saturday

Dress Code + Protocols

  • Hair must be securely fastened in a bun or other protective style.
  • If hair is too short for a bun, please secure up and off the neck.
  • All jewelry should be removed prior to class to prevent injury.
  • Please label all dance shoes, clothing, and other items brought to the school with your dancer’s name. Ballet Lubbock is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Click here to view the full Ballet Lubbock Dress code.

  • Every dancer should bring a bottle for water each day. Ballet Lubbock has a reverse osmosis water system.
  • Dancers need to bring their own lunch and snacks every day. If you are dropping off food for your dancer, please avoid food from restaurants like Chick-fil-A that fry their food in peanut oil.
  • Due to severe peanut allergies, we do not permit food with peanuts or peanut-based products (such as peanut oil used to fry foods at restaurants like Chick-fil-A) at Ballet Lubbock. Food is never allowed in a dance studio and should only be consumed in designated areas.
  • Please register online as soon as possible to ensure that your dancer will have a place in the appropriate class.

If your dancer has never been enrolled at Ballet Lubbock and is older than 6 years old, we will need to conduct a placement lesson to ensure that they are placed in the appropriate class/level based on their physical development and ability. To arrange this, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org.

Registration is handled entirely on a first-come, first-served basis.

Pricing

Price: $350

Early Drop-Off (begins at 8:30 AM): $10/day

Late Pick-Up (extends to 5:30 PM): $15/day

Early Drop-Off & Late Pick-Up Package (both of the above for 5 days): $75

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Tuition assistance is available for all Ballet Lubbock Summer Workshops. Scholarships are awarded both for financial need and for artistic merit. Applications are available here.

We strongly encourage all applicants to include their most recent tax return as well as any supplemental information that more accurately reflects their family’s current financial standing if different from your 1040 (new baby, medical expenses, loss of job, etc.).

The deadline for scholarship applications is 12:00 noon on Friday, May 17, 2024. Late applications will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org or call our office at 806-785-3090.

ADVANCED INTENSIVE

ADVANCED INTENSIVE

June 3 – 8

For Levels 4 – Company

Our Summer Intensive is crafted to inspire, grow, and challenge the intermediate to advanced dancer. This summer we’re bringing in guest instructors from all over the country, and each workshop includes ballet, variations, character, and jazz! Classes focus on ballet technique, character work, modern, jazz, musical theatre, acting for the dancer, and core strengthening.

**Students are invited to Level 2 and each subsequent level after demonstrating full understanding of the previous level’s curriculum. If your dancer is new to Ballet Lubbock, please contact Yvonne Racz Key to set up an evaluation.

Schedule

LEVEL 4
For students who are/were in Ballet Lubbock Level 4 for the 2023 – 2024 season, or new students who have completed four to five years of ballet training.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Saturday

 

LEVEL 5
For students who are/were in Ballet Lubbock Level 5 for the 2023 – 2024 season, or new students who have completed four to five years of ballet training.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Saturday

 

LEVEL 6
For students who are/were in Ballet Lubbock Level 6 for the 2023 – 2024 season, or new students who have completed five to six years of ballet training.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Saturday

 

LEVEL 7
For students who are/were in Ballet Lubbock Level 7 for the 2023 – 2024 season, or new students who have completed five to six years of ballet training.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Saturday

 

ADVANCED
For students who are/were in Ballet Lubbock Level 8 – Company for the 2023 – 2024 season, or new students who have completed five to six years of ballet training with pointe experience.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Monday – Saturday

Dress Code + Protocols

  • Hair must be securely fastened in a bun or other protective style.
  • If hair is too short for a bun, please secure up and off the neck.
  • All jewelry should be removed prior to class to prevent injury.
  • Please label all dance shoes, clothing, and other items brought to the school with your dancer’s name. Ballet Lubbock is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Click here to view the full Ballet Lubbock Dress code.

  • Every dancer should bring a bottle for water each day. Ballet Lubbock has a reverse osmosis water system.
  • Dancers need to bring their own lunch and snacks every day. If you are dropping off food for your dancer, please avoid food from restaurants like Chick-fil-A that fry their food in peanut oil.
  • Due to severe peanut allergies, we do not permit food with peanuts or peanut-based products (such as peanut oil used to fry foods at restaurants like Chick-fil-A) at Ballet Lubbock. Food is never allowed in a dance studio and should only be consumed in designated areas.
  • Please register online as soon as possible to ensure that your dancer will have a place in the appropriate class.

If your dancer has never been enrolled at Ballet Lubbock and is older than 6 years old, we will need to conduct a placement lesson to ensure that they are placed in the appropriate class/level based on their physical development and ability. To arrange this, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org.

Registration is handled entirely on a first-come, first-served basis.

Pricing

Price:

$375 (Level 5 & 6)

$400 (Level 7) 

$425 (Advanced) 

Early Drop-Off (begins at 8:30 AM): $10/day

Late Pick-Up (extends to 5:30 PM): $15/day

Early Drop-Off & Late Pick-Up Package (both of the above for 5 days): $75

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Tuition assistance is available for all Ballet Lubbock Summer Workshops. Scholarships are awarded both for financial need and for artistic merit. Applications are available here.

We strongly encourage all applicants to include their most recent tax return as well as any supplemental information that more accurately reflects their family’s current financial standing if different from your 1040 (new baby, medical expenses, loss of job, etc.).

The deadline for scholarship applications is 12:00 noon on Friday, May 17, 2024. Late applications will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org or call our office at 806-785-3090.

SUMMER OPEN CLASS SCHEDULE

The Open Class Schedule is still being built. Thank you for your patience!

CONTEMPORARY CHOREOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

June 10-13

For Ballet Lubbock dancers who took Level 5 – Company in the ’23 – ’24 school year, OR

For dancers outside of Ballet Lubbock ages 13 – 22* as of May 1, 2024.

*Please note that all students age 18 or older from a school other than Ballet Lubbock will be asked to complete information for a background check.

Embark on an inspiring journey as this choreography seminar opens its doors to students, offering a transformative experience guided by the expertise of Juilliard alum, Flora Ferguson. Across four enriching deep-learning sessions, tailored to both seasoned choreographers and aspiring beginners, participants will uncover new depths of creativity. With Flora’s guidance,
they will cultivate not only confidence in their choreographic skills but also the seeds of future instruction. This exploration promises to ignite a passion for choreography, empowering each participant to become a beacon of creativity and innovation in the world of dance.

Schedule

WORKSHOP | June 10-13, 2024, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Tuition Cost: $225.00

Dress Code + Protocols

  • Hair must be securely fastened in a bun or other protective style.
  • If hair is too short for a bun, please secure up and off the neck.
  • All jewelry should be removed prior to class to prevent injury.
  • Please label all dance shoes, clothing, and other items brought to the school with your dancer’s name. Ballet Lubbock is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • Dancers participating in this seminar should wear pants over their leotards, may wear a tshirt (not oversized, please), and may choose to be barefoot or to dance in socks. More details will be available closer to the dates of the seminar.

Click here to view the full Ballet Lubbock Dress code.

  • Every dancer should bring a bottle for water each day. Ballet Lubbock has a reverse osmosis water system.
  • Due to severe peanut allergies, we do not permit food with peanuts or peanut-based products (such as peanut oil used to fry foods at restaurants like Chick-fil-A) at Ballet Lubbock. Food is never allowed in a dance studio and should only be consumed in designated areas.
  • Please register online as soon as possible to ensure that your dancer will have a place in the appropriate class.

Registration is handled entirely on a first-come, first-served basis.

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Tuition assistance is available for all Ballet Lubbock Summer Workshops. Scholarships are awarded both for financial need and for artistic merit. Applications are available here.

We strongly encourage all applicants to include their most recent tax return as well as any supplemental information that more accurately reflects their family’s current financial standing if different from your 1040 (new baby, medical expenses, loss of job, etc.).

The deadline for scholarship applications is 12:00 noon on Friday, May 17, 2024. Late applications will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org or call our office at 806-785-3090.

ELEMENTARY BALLET (age 8 – 12)

June & July 

For dancers with limited or no experience in ballet, primarily those ages 8 – 12.

Helping the student to progress quickly to age-appropriate goals, this class is perfect for the recreational dancer or the late starter. This class introduces the fundamentals of ballet in both an encouraging and disciplined atmosphere. Attention is paid to the basic positions, proper body alignment, and developing movement sequences through coordination of the arms and head. The instructor will evaluate when a student is ready to move into a school level if the student is interested in that goal.

Schedule

Elementary Ballet (Ages 8 – 12)

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 

4:45 – 5:45 p.m.

Tuition: $125/month

Dress Code + Protocols

  • Hair must be securely fastened in a bun or other protective style.
  • If hair is too short for a bun, please secure up and off the neck.
  • All jewelry should be removed prior to class to prevent injury.
  • Please label all dance shoes, clothing, and other items brought to the school with your dancer’s name. Ballet Lubbock is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Click here to view the full Ballet Lubbock Dress Code. Elementary Ballet dancers should follow the Dress Code for Level 3.

  • Every dancer should bring a bottle for water each day. Ballet Lubbock has a reverse osmosis water system.
  • Due to severe peanut allergies, we do not permit food with peanuts or peanut-based products (such as peanut oil used to fry foods at restaurants like Chick-fil-A) at Ballet Lubbock. Food is never allowed in a dance studio and should only be consumed in designated areas.
  • Please register online as soon as possible to ensure that your dancer will have a place in the appropriate class.

If your dancer has never been enrolled at Ballet Lubbock and is older than 5 years old, we will need to conduct a placement lesson to ensure that they are placed in the appropriate class/level based on their physical development and ability. To arrange this, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org.

Registration is handled entirely on a first-come, first-served basis.

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Tuition assistance is available for all Ballet Lubbock Summer Workshops. Scholarships are awarded both for financial need and for artistic merit. Applications are available here.

We strongly encourage all applicants to include their most recent tax return as well as any supplemental information that more accurately reflects their family’s current financial standing if different from your 1040 (new baby, medical expenses, loss of job, etc.).

The deadline for scholarship applications is 12:00 noon on Friday, May 17, 2024. Late applications will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org or call our office at 806-785-3090.

DANCE ABILITIES

Saturdays, June 22 – July 27 (excluding July 6)

Ballet Lubbock is proud to offer Dance Abilities on Saturdays in June – July for those on the autism spectrum or with Down syndrome, and other specialized needs. Dance Abilities blends classical ballet technique and music activities within a fun, positive, and empowering atmosphere! All curriculum is approved by a board-certified behavior analyst.

Schedule

JUNE – JULY

Dance Abilities Kids
Ages 6-12 | 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Saturdays
For students ages 6-12 as of May 1, 2024 and an accompanying guardian.

Dance Abilities Teens
Ages 10 – 18 | 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. | Saturdays
For students ages 10-18 as of May 1, 2024 and an accompanying guardian.

Please note that dancers aged 10-12 will be placed on additional factors.

Tuition: $15/class or $60 for all classes

Dress Code + Protocols

Comfortable clothes to move in. Leggings, workout attire, sweat pants, t-shirts. Ballet attire is also welcome.

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Tuition assistance is available for all Ballet Lubbock Summer Workshops. Scholarships are awarded both for financial need and for artistic merit. Applications are available here.

We strongly encourage all applicants to include their most recent tax return as well as any supplemental information that more accurately reflects their family’s current financial standing if different from your 1040 (new baby, medical expenses, loss of job, etc.).

The deadline for scholarship applications is 12:00 noon on Friday, May 17, 2024. Late applications will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, please email us at info@balletlubbock.org or call our office at 806-785-3090.