A G E S 8 – 1 2 | Y O U N G D A N C E R ‘ S
*Classes will cover a variety of material including Ballet Technique, Improvisation, Stretch & Strength, Rhythm, Story Telling through Movement, and more!
9:15-10:30am 1st Class
10:30am-12:00pm 2nd Class
12:00-1:00pm Lunch Break
1:00-2:15pm 3rd Class
*Classes, times, and faculty are subject to change.
Students must remain on the premises at all times during the program.
“I am so thankful to have a mentor like Paula Shiff. We work really hard in the summer intensive, and it’s a lot of fun. I can see a lot of improvement in myself just in 3 weeks.
I can’t wait for the next intensive!“
– Lucas Freeman
A G E S 1 1 + | A L L L E V E L S
JACOB’S PILLOW EXCURSION
SUNDAY, June 24 | 2 p.m. Showtime
Royal Danish Ballet | Tickets: $77
The Pillow is a treasured, 220-acre national historic landmark. It is home to America’s longest running international dance festival, and this year we are delighted to offer our Summer Intensive participants the option of joining us.
Contact Us to reserve your ticket,
and learn more about carpooling with us.
Participate in highly individualized ballet and modern technique classes on a daily basis, as well as classes in related disciplines such as:
*Music Theory, Nutrition, Anatomy, Injury Prevention, Dance History, Composition, Variations, Jazz, and more!
Weeks 1-2 | MONDAY-FRIDAY
10:45am-12:15pm Ballet or Modern
12:15-12:45pm Lunch Break
12:45-2:30pm Ballet or Modern
2:30-3:45pm Pointe or Variations
3:45-4:45pm Related Disciplines (ex: Anatomy)
Sunday, June 24 | JACOB’S PILLOW EXCURSION
Week 3 | MONDAY-FRIDAY
9:15am-4:45pm Focus on Choreography
August 4 | SATURDAY
*Classes, times, and faculty are subject to change. Students must remain on the premises at all times during the program.
“I got up in the morning and COULDN’T WAIT to go to class…
MSB’s Summer Intensive opened doors for me in my dancing.“
– Jennie Edwards
O U R L O C A T I O N
Few places offer the cultural richness and sheer beauty of New England in the summertime. Our region has served as the backdrop and inspiration for countless artists for hundreds of years. To this day, Marblehead and the neighboring North Shore towns of Massachusetts are where many artists, dancers, authors and historians choose to call home. In addition to strolling the many quaint galleries, studios and boutiques in town, students may use their free time to visit some of the following local treasures: