|Class Demonstrations are prepared for visitor’s Days as a performance opportunity for all studentsWinter Visitor’s Week December 9 – 21, 2013Spring Visitor’s Week June 3 – 16, 2014Nutcracker Auditions: Auditions for our 2013 Nutcracker production will be held on Sunday, August 18 and Saturday, August 24 for dancers ages 6 and up. You need to attend only one audition. You are not required to be a CCDC student to audition. $10 audition fee. Audition times for both dates are as follows:
1:00 – 1:45pm ages 8-10 4:15 – 5:15pm ages 14-adult (dancing roles, bring pointe shoes)
2:00 – 2:45pm ages 6-7 5:15 – 5:45pm ages 17-adult (character roles, no exp required)
3:00 – 4:00pm ages 11-13 (bring pointe shoes if you have at least 1 yr experience en pointe)
Rehearsals will be held on Saturdays and Sundays, September-December and are mandatory. Detailed information and a contract will be passed out at the audition. Please call if you have further questions. $10 audition fee.
Student Concerts are held alternate years and provide a higher level of challenge to the student who desires to rehearse and perform. Student concerts are organized by age group, so that younger students may enjoy a shorter, simpler production while older students can be challenged in a fully professional environment. This year students in our pre-school division (Parent/Child through Ballet 2) will be invited to participate in a June dance concert. The Ballet Company and some additional classes may be invited to participate in performances throughout the year. We encourage all students over the age of six who enjoy performing to participate in the annual Nutcracker production.
Ballet Company: This performing group allows the motivated student who wishes extra performing experience to dance several times throughout the year in a variety of venues, including area nursing homes, the Spring Concert, occasional competitions and other performance opportunities. Please contact the Director for more information. Auditions for Ballet Company are held in August and again after the Winter Break.
Summer Workshop and Dance Camp Studio Performances are the culmination of a week or several weeks of daily classes, rehearsals, and special classes such as make-up, music, dance history, dance film, etc. Students create their own costumes and sets, as well as learning, choreographing, and performing a dance or ballet.