Year-Round Program

The Conservatory’s Year-Round Program, designed for advanced, classically-trained dancers ages 17 through 23, provides rigorous training in ballet and modern dance as well as considerable studio time working with contemporary choreographers (the excerpts of the piece "Bill" shown above, choreographed by Israeli choreographer Sharon Eyal and set by former Batsheva dancer Doug Letheren, were taped during informal, in-studio showings on two different days).

Students receive approximately 28 hours of training per week, including in-depth instruction in classical ballet, modern, pointe, improvisation, and choreographic composition as well as studio time with accomplished choreographers. Each semester concludes with an informal showcase performance open to the public.

Acceptance into the program is based on in-person audition only. Anyone wishing to audition for the Fall 2015 semester may arrange to do so at any of the scheduled auditions for the 2015 Summer Intensive Program during January-March by contacting Virginia Reinert.

Our Spring 2015 semester will run from January 2 through May 14, 2015.

For more information, please contact Virginia Reinert.