SUMMER 2018

PICK A FANTASTIC JUNE CAMP.                  

June 4-7, Fantasy Adventure for ages 3 1/2-5.

Join us in the imaginary world of dance, telling stories and
expressing  feelings through dance.

10am-1pm.  Cost $130.

June 11-14, Great Story Ballets for ages 6-8.

Learn the great ballet classics including Sleeping Beauty, Coppelia,
Swan Lake, Snow White and The Nutcracker.

10am-1pm.  Cost $130.

June 18-21, Famous Ballerinas & Variations for ages 9-12.

Learn about history's most loved ballerinas and the solos
they performed.

10am-2pm.  Cost $150.

June 25-28, Create Choreography for ages 10-13.

Acquire the confidence and skills to craft your own dances.

10am-1pm.  Cost $130.

OR DANCE WITH US IN AUGUST.


July 30-August 3, Dance and Perform at Sweet Pea.

10-11am for ages 5-9.

11:30am-1pm for ages 10 and older.

Sweet Pea wristband is included for all performers.

Performance is Sunday, August 5 from 11:45am-12:05pm.

Cost $100.

August 13-16, Ballet Boot Camp (BBC) for ages 8-11.

Join TDC to get in shape for the upcoming dance year.

Includes performance at Lunch on the Lawn on August 15.

10am-1pm.  Cost $130.

August 20-23, Focus on Advanced Ballet (get FABulous!).

This week boosts the dancer's ability to concentrate, focus and find success with the complexities and subtleties of ballet technique.

10am-1pm.  Cost $130.

OR CHOOSE SUMMER DROP-IN CLASSES.


Special Summer Session/Dance Gym for ages 2-5.

Every Friday from June 8 - July 27.

10:30-11:30am.  Cost $5 per class. 

Open Modern for ages 11 and older.

Wednesdays from June 6 - June 27.

7-8pm.  Cost $10 per class.

Advanced Ballet taught by Jennifer Grace.

Every Tuesday & Thursday from June 5-June 28.

6-8pm.  Cost $20 per class.

Jennifer, born and raised in Bozeman,
Montana, started her early training at
The Dance Center. 
After training at the Bolshoi Ballet
Academy in Moscow, Russia,
she returned to the United States and
trained at Dmitri Kulev Classical Ballet
Academy in Southern California for
four years. Her repertoire includes In
The Middle Somewhat Elevated
(Forsythe), A Midsummer Night’s
Dream (Wheeldon), Ben Stevenson’s
Cinderella, The Nutcracker (Angelini)
and The Sleeping Beauty (Angelini),
as well as Balanchine’s Serenade and
Walpurgisnacht. She has also worked
with choreographers such as Ashley
Page, Adam Hougland, Young Soon Hue,
Ma Cong, and Luciano Cannito.
She has recently been promoted to a
soloist
with Tulsa Ballet.

 

CONTACT​ US

The Emerson Cultural Center
111 S. Grand Ave. Suite 210A
Bozeman MT 59715

 

(406) 920-1247
thedancecenterbozeman@gmail.com

 

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