CLINIC 2020-2021: SEASON 2 AUDITIONS
The 2020-2021 season is coming, and we are looking for the most talented individuals showing the most promise and potential in classical ballet. This will be the last audition for the 2020 Season.
We are thrilled to announce our 2020-2021 Season: Perfect Vision. The Ballet Clinic will be starting our second season, September 8, 2020. This upcoming season we will be accepting a total of 36 students from across the United States broken down into the following categories.
The application/audition process will begin March 1, 2020 and applicants will be notified by June 1, 2020. To apply for a spot at Clinic you will need to audition in person at the Balelt Clinic via private lesson, short-term, workshop or intensive.
As of January, the following 24 spots are open for our second season:
Group 3 (ages 15+): 4 spots
Group 4 (ages 13-15): 2 Spots
Group 5 (ages 11-12): 3 Spots
Group 6 (ages 8-10): 4 Spots
Group 1B: 4 Spots
Group 2B: 5 Spots
March 8, 2020 Clinic Season 2 Audition
Auditions for the 2020-2021 Season
10:00 AM | Students ages 13+
11:30 AM | Students ages 8-12
Females ages 14+ are expected to take the entire class on pointe.
Females under the age of 14, please bring pointe shoes.
All students applying to The Ballet Clinic must bring a printed headshot, and arabesque shot no bigger than 4x6"
Audition fees are non refundable. You will find out if you will have a spot for the 2020-2021 season by March 31.
A Ballet Education’s curriculum is based on the principals and fundamentals of classical ballet to ensure the quickest and strongest results for students aspiring to be professional dancers. Taking the best from the different pedagogies from ballet, a Ballet Education’s curriculum prepares dancers to be employable, healthy, and have longevity in a professional career. A Ballet Education’s methods have been proven and has seen young dancers receive professional contracts and full scholarships to professional schools and universities with the success rate sitting at 95%. The curriculum itself allows for any dancer and any age start the process of learning classical ballet for the modern day market.
David King has coached international competition winners, professional dancers, and working professionals.
HOW IT WORKS
The first step is TRIAGE. Diagnosing issues with your technique or body that are hindering your progress in ballet. This could range from turnout, feet, knees, flexibility, strength, alignment issues, or just that a student is behind in technique.
The second step is TREATMENT. Creating a plan that focuses on the individual needs of the dancer. This could include everything from cross-training in yoga or pilates, seeing a nutritionist, supplemental private training to clean up technique, and more. The most important thing is setting up a goal, and having an "end game" plan.
The third step is MAINTENANCE. Maintain the progress you have made by setting up quarterly check ups to monitor your growth in ballet.
*THIS IS NOT A BALLET SCHOOL, NOR DOES IT TAKE THE PLACE OF FULL TIME TRAINING.
The studio is equipped with state of the art Harlequin sprung floors and marly to guarantee the safety of the dancer's body.
One of the most critical things in the development of a dancer is finding the right coach for you.
The career process at the ballet clinic is to help dancers find the right path for them. This may be college, moving on to a professional school, summer intensive, or the ultimate goal of joining a ballet company.
Dance Photography & Media
Dance Photos for Social Media and Auditions available.