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Saturday, June 1, 2019

Registration Deadline: 2019 Summer Workshop

Summer Workshop Promotional Image includes photo of company performing (c) Erin Baiano

JUNE 16 - JULY 6, 2019
The College at Brockport | State University of New York | Brockport, NY

For pre-professional and professional dancers, the Summer Workshop provides three immersive weeks of technical training, creative work, and exposure to the company’s style.

TUITION: $1,500 (register April 1 - June 1)
On Campus housing available.

The 2019 Summer Workshop marks our 20th year of teaching and sharing our work and process. I’ve always seen this intensive as a way of channeling the philosophy of the dances we create into a shared experience. For three weeks, we’ll live together, work together, create together, and grow together. The Company builds a safe haven that allows you to challenge yourself in both mind and body and explore the individual qualities that we each possess as artists. I am confident that the personal teaching approach of the Company will leave you with new ideas, new answers and new questions about why we all do what we do: DANCE.

Modern Technique & Ballet
Choreographic Devices with Doug Varone
New Work

Daily company rehearsal open for student observation
Improvisation Jams
Special Workshops
Social Events
and more …

For more details on classes and special events visit

Standard Tuition: $1,500 (register April 1 - June 1)
On-campus housing: $1,000
Parking Permit: $5
Linen Package: $20

We award a limited number of work-study scholarships each year based on an application process. Application forms are included in the confirmation email that you will receive after registering and must be submitted electronically by April 15. Awards generally range from $50-350, with a workload that corresponds to the amount of the award. Work-study assignments will not conflict with your attendance in the workshop, and are generally scheduled during lunch breaks or at the end of the day.


THE COLLEGE AT BROCKPORT is located along the Erie Canal. The Village of Brockport is a quaint town with around 8,100 residents. The campus is conveniently located between two major metropolitan cities within commuting distance of Buffalo and just a 25-minute drive to Rochester.

Students will be housed in Student Townhomes at The College at Brockport. Four students, each with a single bedroom, will share an apartment with bathroom, living room, kitchen and laundry facilities.  For an additional charge, Linens are provided.  Apartment living allows our participants to be self-sufficient in their food planning and preparation. Meals are not included but there are convenient stores on campus or in grocery stores a short bus or car ride away.

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