WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
High Point Ballet prides itself on being the home of the diversified dancer. Performing members are required to study with High Point Ballet to ensure that proper training is attained for performance success. Members are offered a course of study over two to four days based on level placement. Classes are offered first by ability and then by age and are taught in a conservatory style of diverse subject. The curriculum includes a level appropriate daily ballet class along with at least, but not limited to, one other subject. The daily schedule of classes may vary based on instructor/guest artist options available to ensure all students benefit from from teacher experience and knowledge base. Master classes are also offered throughout the season.
Want to train but not perform? While membership with High Point Ballet is not required for training, allowances cannot be extended to those who choose not to perform in regards to rehearsal scheduling or tuition fees.
CURRENT SEASON OF CLASSES 2022-2023 August 8, 2022-June 9, 2023
High Point Ballet’s current season of classes, under the guidance of Artistic Director, Gary Taylor, features several levels of training Monday – Thursday affording students up to 11 hours per week. Curriculum includes a daily ballet/pointe class, based on level and at least one other subject. Placement auditions recommended for new students.
SUMMER INTENSIVE DAY CAMP 2023 June 12- July 7, 2023
High Point Ballet’s Summer Intensive, under the guidance of Artistic Director, Gary Taylor, features several levels of training within a four-week period, June 12-July 7, ,2023. Classes are held Monday-Thursday with a Friday option for our highest levels, affording students up to 22 hours of study per week. Curriculum includes a daily ballet/pointe class and at least one other subject. Placement auditions recommended for new students.
WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT TRAINING WITH HIGH POINT BALLET?
Email Elizabeth Fowle, Ballet Master, with all your questions.