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August, 10-21, 2020

(Mostly) Virtual Summer Intensive

On a shaded background, white text reads "Gallim 2020 Virtual Summer Intensive August 10-14 &17;-21"


SESSION 1: AUGUST 10-14 | SESSION 2: AUGUST 17-21 

Deep dive into Creative Process & Repertory from GALLIM's Artistic Director and Choreographer Andrea Miller, GALLIM company members, and internationally based guest artists.

Experience what has been described as "textural and psychological" (Broadway World) and "ancient and ultra-modern at once" (Dance Magazine). During this comprehensive, 10-day intensive, immerse yourself in an intimate professional company environment, working one-on-one with leading creatives on your technical virtuosity, artistic expression and professional development.

Open to students around the world! NYC residents will have the chance to gather in parks in a socially distanced manner at the beginning and end of the sessions.

Capacity is 30 students. Open to advanced and professional-level dancers. Two-week enrollment, single week enrollment optional. Enrollment is first come, first served, until the program’s cap of 30 people is reached.

Tuition

$700 for both weeks | $400 for a single week

Learn more about the schedule, instructors, and curriculum on our website:

https://www.gallim.org/intensives

Qualifications & Registration

The Summer Intensive is open to all advanced and professional dancers. This program runs as a simulation of a typical rehearsal day and is designed for dancers who have comprehensive training in classical, modern, and contemporary dance. You must be at least 18 years of age to participate.

Limited scholarship opportunities are available. For details, or to arrange a payment plan, please contact Company Manager Anna McDunn at anna@gallimdance.com.

All payments are non-refundable.

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