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ABOUT THE INTENSIVE

The International Summer Intensive acts not only as a way for dancers to immerse themselves in their passion, but also as an opportunity for the dancers and faculty to asses which program is the right fit. The schedule is carefully crafted to ensure the dancers make the most of their extra training hours focusing on making noticeable improvement in their technique and artistry. We believe that each dancer should have tangible improvement by the end of the intensive. Dancers who are accepted for the upcoming season are required to attend additional training in August.

GENRES (Dependent on level)

Ballet, Pointe, Contemporary, Improvisation, Pas de Deux, Jumps and Turns, Body Conditioning, Jazz, Classical Variations, Cadence Ballet Rep., Guest Workshops, Anatomy/Kinesiology, Nutrition, Dance History, Professional Development, Choreographic Process and Production. Registration must be made no later than 2 weeks after acceptance letter is received. 

A deposit of 25% is required upon registration to hold your spot.

Full Payment Required by June 1st.

 

Live Auditions

November 18 - Register Here

January 27 - Register Here

April 28 - Register Here


Online Auditions

Please click here for audition requirements


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FACULTY

The summer intensive faculty is comprised of both SCB Artistic Directors, Full-time and guest faculty.


Artistic Directors:

Courtnae Bowman and Zhenya Cerneacov


Full-Time Faculty:

Tyler Angell, Alyson Miller, Alena Loboda


Guest/Past Faculty

Svetlana Lunkina (NBoC/Bolshoi Ballet), Chelsy Meiss (NBoC), Sarah Elena Wolff (NBoC), Jeremy Nasmith (NBoC), John Ottmann (NBoC) Evelyn Hart (Royal Winnipeg Ballet), Sarah Murphy-Dyson (Royal Winnipeg Ballet/Alberta Ballet), Mercedes Carret (former principal dancer of Ballet Oficial de Cordoba), Allen Kaeja (Artistic Director, Kaeja d’Dance), Stephanie Rutherford (Artistic Director, Rutherford Movement Exchange), Ofilio Sinbadinho (Artistic Director, Gadfly), Sylvie Bouchard (Artistic Director, Bouchard Danse), Louis Laberge-Côté (former dancer with Ballet Manheim and Toronto Dance Theatre), Anisa Tejpar (Pro-Arte Danza), Patrizia Gianforcaro (Cirque du Soleil/Cadence Ballet), Kyra Jean Green (Julliard Graduate/Cadence Ballet), Ryan Lee (Pro-Arte Danza), Shavar “Caution” Blackwood (SYTYCD/Cadence Ballet), Brendan Wyatt (Pro-Arte Danza), Alvin Collantes, Jesse Weafer, Debbie Wilson, Julia Cratchley.

 

 

 

 

 

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The School of Cadence Ballet is excited to offer four International Summer Dance Intensives to both professional and youth dancers! During the auditions for the Intensive we look for a child who posses talent, focus and determination, all qualities which are essential to a full-time career in this industry. Inspiring excellence in the future generation of Canadian artists, the School of Cadence Ballet is an acclaimed InternationalBallet School, home to renowned teachers and top choreographers. SCB offers programs to children, pre-professional and professional dancers. The Junior Training Program for children in pre-school to Grade 2, the Professional Training Program for elite children Grades 2-12 and the After-School Training Program for children K-12. The core classical training is based in the Vaganova method with opportunity for dancers to take additional training and examinations in R.A.D, Cecchetti and ABT methods. Dance health is at the forefront of all training at the school. The School of Cadence Ballet is quickly becoming a place where both dancers and parents can see tangible improvement in the student’s level both technically and artistically. The carefully designed program ensures that the dancers receive the right exposure and versatility, giving them the best chance at a successful career.

The result is a school full of happy and engaged dancers who are improving their grace, work ethic, love of dance, and artistic maturity right before your eyes while being recognized for this on an international level. Students have been accepted to international schools such as the Royal Ballet School (London), The Paris Opera Ballet School (Paris), The Bolshoi Ballet (Moscow), San Francisco Ballet School (San Francisco), The American Ballet Theatre (New York), School of American Ballet (New York), have been received top awards and invitations to represent Canada at the finals at competitions such as the Prix de Lausanne, Youth American Grand Prix, American Dance Competition, American Dance Awards and The Canadian National Dance Championships. Graduates can be found dancing in various companies and post secondary dance programs as well as pursuing academic studies in top university programs throughout the world.