Abbreviated Study Periods

For dancers interested in training with us for periods less than 6 months, there are ____ options:

 
 

SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER

Over the course of 4 months, students will have the opportunity to train at a pre-professional level for up to 28 hours a week plus any additional 1:1 or semi-private coaching sessions to further enhance technique or to work on variations.

 

JANUARY TO MARCH

Over the course of 3 months, students will have the opportunity to train at a pre-professional level for up to 28 hours a week plus any additional 1:1 or semi-private coaching sessions and may be invited to compete at select competitions and festivals in and around the lower mainland across a number of different genres.

 

MARCH TO JUNE

Over the course of 3 months, students will have the opportunity to train at a pre-professional level for up to 28 hours a week plus any additional 1:1 or semi-private coaching sessions and may be invited to rehearse and perform in Ballet Russe BC’s annual summer gala.  Students may also wish to partake In BRBC’s week long Spring Intensive for an additional boost of training.

 

JANUARY TO JUNE

Over the course of 6 months, students will have the opportunity to train at a pre-professional for up to 28 hours a week plus any additional 1:1 or semi-private coaching sessions and may be invited to compete at select competitions and festivals in and around the lower mainland across a number of different genres.  Additionally, dancers may be invited to rehearse and perform in Ballet Russe BC’s annual summer gala.