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Middle & High School Dance Festival-Workshop
Patricia McBride and Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux Center for Dance in Charlotte, North Carolina. The two-day festival welcomes regional students in grades 6-12 who are representing their middle or high school. Students will have the opportunity to take classes with collegiate faculty, guest artists, and Charlotte Ballet company dancers.
The cost of the two-day festival includes:
– A commemorative...
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March 9 and 10, 2024
Saturday, March 9
9:30 AM-1 PM Tech Rehearsal 1 PM Festival Check-in, Knight Theater
2-4 PM Come to Life Performance, Knight Theater
4 PM- 6 PM Hotel Check-in & Dinner on your own
6 PM – 8 PM Hip Hop Class & Sharing, Center for Dance
Sunday, March 10
8:30-9 AM Audition Check-in Center for Dance 701 N Tryon Street
9-10:30 AM Scholarship Audition Center for Dance
9 AM – 5 PM Masterclasses begin Center for Dance
10:30-11:45 Educator Round Table Discussion
12:15-12:45 Company Dancer Q&A
6 PM Festival Performance, Center for Dance
Charlotte Ballet Center for Dance, 701 N. Tryon Street
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts, 430 S. Tryon Street
Fee: $120 | Deadline: October 27, 2023
Late Fee: $140 | Deadline: February 5, 2024
Fee: $100 | Deadline: January 29, 2024
Late Fee: $120 | Deadline: February 5, 2024
Student registration link will be sent to teachers upon school registration.
7.DM.1.1 Understand how dance technique uses anatomical concepts of alignment, strength, and range of motion. 7.DM.1.2 Apply the effort qualities of time, space, weight, and flow in dance. 7.DM.1.3 Apply technical skills from a variety of dance traditions. 7.DM.1 Understand how to use movement skills in dance. 7.DM.1.4 Use breath to facilitate movement in dancing.
A.CP.2.1 Monitor appropriate behaviors and etiquette in a variety of dance roles (dancer, performer, choreographer, and observer) in order to maintain a positive and supportive environment. A.CP.2.2 Integrate performance values when creating and performing dance. A.CP.2 Understand how to use performance values (kinesthetic awareness, concentration, focus and etiquette) to enhance dance performance.
Charlotte Ballet will refund the $100 student registration fee for each student less 20% to cover unrecovered festival costs until February 5, 2024, no refunds thereafter. Refund requests must be emailed to Jennifer Domini, firstname.lastname@example.org. The school registration fee of $120 can be credited for up to one year.