2014 Summer Intensive
An exclusive program designed for dancers serious about strengthening their technique.
June 2 -- July 3, 2014
Salt Lake City
June 9 -- july 11
The Ballet Conservatory of Salt Lake City is a comprehensive ballet training school that combines technical proficiency, artistry and discipline with a love of dance. The Conservatory curriculum emphasizes strong classical technique
and an intense study of variations and choreography all in an effort to increase students' performing abilities. The school is designed for serious training in which ballet is the core and foundation for all other forms of dance.
The Artistic Director and faculty are passionate toward helping all students, with the involvement of their parents, to determine and attain specific goals for their dance training.
The Ballet Conservatory of SLC has become a destination for some of the most talented student in Salt Lake City and abroad. This four-week session is designed for students who wish to experience concentrate exposure to exceptional classical ballet training in Salt Lake City.
The Ballet Conservatory of Salt Lake City is the only one offering a men’s program, focusing on the development of power, stamina, and masculinity associated with strong male technique.
The curriculum affords an excellent opportunity to greatly improve skill, develop greater self awareness and gain a deeper understanding of individual potential.
Students learn from the highly effective technique of master Cristobal Marquez. With his confidence, precision, strength, and knowledge - and ultimately experience of the art that is ballet.
Tuition & Enrollment
Salt Lake City Four Weeks: $575
Tooele Four-week Summer $350
Tooele Four Weeks (1 Class per Week) $175
Enrollment Once accepted into the 2014 Summer Intensive programs, participants must return a completed
registration form, signed Rules & Regulations form along with a 50% non-refundable deposit and
registration fee ($35) no later than March 21, 2014 to guarantee their place in the program.
After the March 21st deadline, if space is available, all applications will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Enrollment will be contingent on space being available.