Repertoire 4 Day Dance Camp with Kizzy Matiakis

2. July – 5. July
13:15 – 15:15

Take your ballet practice to the next level with an in depth classical repertoire workshop with Kizzy Matiakis, previous principal dancer with the Danish Royal Ballet!
The workshop will cover two classical variations: one from The Sleeping Beauty and one from Don Quixote. Both ballets are featured in next season’s repertoire at the Royal Theatre & both are roles that Kizzy has danced on the stage herself, giving her an in-depth understanding of each role.
The first variation is Kitri’s wedding solo from Act III of Don Quixote.
The second variation is Princess Aurora’s wedding solo from Act III of The Sleeping Beauty.
All gender identities are welcome. The workshop will not require pointe shoes.

Contemporary Movement 5 Day Dance Camp with Jens Schyth Brøndum

15. July – 19. July
13:00 – 15:00

Enter into a journey of physical exploration to reconnect with your body and inner wildness. Drawing from flow, effort, and sweat, this improvisation-based practice cultivates heightened awareness, playful creativity, and focused sensitivity. Discover tools to connect with yourself and others, let go of what no longer serves you, and embrace your passion for movement.

Beginner Ballet 5 Day Dance Camp

22. July – 26. July
13:00 – 15:00

A one week intensive workshop led by Holly Dorger to introduce and dig deep into the foundations of ballet for beginners. The workshop will focus on developing strength, flexibility, coordination and grace, while also working on proper posture and alignment. Each day will build upon the last, ensuring that each dancer leaves the week feeling more confident and secure in their skills. Holly provides a fun and light environment where everyone can feel comfortable wherever they are at in their practice, and a week together will surely create a strong foundation to build upon.
No dance experience required. Minimum age is 16.
Join in & take your first elegant plié towards mastering the art of ballet!

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