APPLICATIONS FOR 2024 NOW OPEN!
Rambert School Easter Intensive is a chance for aspiring young dancers aged 14 – 20 years to immerse themselves in ballet, contemporary and creativity over 3 days.
Through daily classes, students will be given the opportunity to work with faculty, alumni and associated artists, experiencing our training environment and creative ethos in our world-class, purpose-built facilities in Southwest London. The course will reflect the training needs of dancers for different stages of their dance journey.
A number of bursaries are available to support the fees of the course for all UK households with income under £42,875. Bursaries range from 25 – 75% to support with the course costs. All applicants that receive Free School Meals will automatically be offered a 75% bursary. If you are interested in applying for a bursary please fill out the course application form and tick the box indicating to receive further information.
£195 – Bursaries available
Ballet, Pointe & Virtuosity
Ballet, pointe and virtuosity classes will explore classical technique to deepen students’ physical understanding of the form, strengthen technical skills and develop musicality and expressivity.
Classes exploring a range of contemporary techniques will be delivered to develop a strong physical understanding of contemporary dance, alongside improvisation and creative tools to support the development of the individual artistic voice.
‘I feel like I’ve evolved so much over these three days, both technically and my way of thinking. Thank you so much!’
‘I have felt really inspired after this course and I have loved things more than I usually would. All the teachers have been really friendly and amazing and the musicians have really changed how I approach my movement. I hope to improve harder techniques in ballet and continue to test my creativity to see where I can go’
Following the FD/BA programme of 50:50 ballet and contemporary, the Easter Intensive provides in an insight into training at Rambert School. Classes will be held daily between the hours of 9am – 6pm.
9.30 – 10.15am Conditioning
10.30am – 12pm Ballet
12.15 – 12.45pm Virtuosity
2 – 3.30pm Contemporary
3.45 – 5pm Creative
Rambert School’s classes and courses are delivered with a gender-neutral approach, respecting and accepting the gender identities of our community. Through this work, we are redefining the stereotypical male and female technical movement elements, to allow for inclusivity in teaching and performance while widening artistic possibilities and challenging long held attitudes and behaviours within the teaching and dance community. All participants take part in both pointe and virtuosity classes. If you have pointe shoes, please do bring them to the course. If you have not worked en pointe before, you will work in these classes en demi-pointe.
Dancers should have been attending weekly/regular dance classes for at least two years. You do not need to be dancing en pointe to take part in the course. Dancers should be aged 14 years of age by 1st September 2023 and in UK school Year 10 (or equivalent).
Fee bursaries ranging from 25 – 75% are available for all UK residents from households with annual income under £42,875. If you receive Free School Meals, you will automatically receive a bursary of 75% to support with the cost of the course. If you wish to apply for a bursary, please indicate this by checking the box on your application form, and we will contact you with further information. If you have any questions about bursaries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for the course, please complete the following application form. Applicants are required to attach a clear headshot. This does not need to be a professional photograph and can be taken on a camera phone.
Applicants will be notified by email within three weeks if they have been accepted onto the course. Payment of the fee or an agreed payment plan is required to secure a place once offered. Places will be offered on a rolling basis, once all places are filled applications will close.
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