SUMMER PROGRAMS

Please check back soon to find out more about our planned 8 week in-person 2021 Summer Intensive.

About IBCSI:

Audition Required

Prior to registration current IBC students should confirm recommended program with Admissions Director. kaileen@indianaballetconservatory.org

Current IBC Students Register Now

New Students Apply Now

Contact Admissions Director at kaileen@indianaballetconservatory.org with any questions or requests

IBC’s Summer Intensive is a comprehensive five-week program designed to give serious students a well-rounded dance education and exposure to the Vaganova-based curriculum provided by IBC. Taught by our world-class instructors in a professional atmosphere, the IBCSI will allow students to experience the training that has consistently won awards and recognition in the ballet world. Now in its 8th year, the IBCSI has quickly grown into one of the most well-regarded and sought-after summer programs for career-minded students.

With well over 30 hours per week of training and focused attention on individual needs, IBCSI provides each student a greater opportunity to grow and improve. Students receive the highest level of training by our esteemed Faculty:

  • Alyona Yakovleva-Randall, Founding Artistic Director
  • Tatiana Pali, Academy Principal and Ballet Mistress
  • Sergey Sergiev, Contemporary Instructor & Choreographer
  • as well as others, plus Master Classes by leading professionals in the ballet world

Curriculum:

Classes will be taught from Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. A detailed class schedule will be given to accepted students prior to the first day of classes. Classes to include the following:

  • Ballet Technique
  • Pointe (or Pre-Pointe)
  • Variations
  • Repertoire
  • Gentlemen’s Variations
  • Character
  • Jazz
  • Modern
  • Contemporary
  • Choreography
  • Floor Barre / Yoga / Pilates / & Intensive Stretching
  • Seminars on Nutrition & Wellness, Kinesiology, Acting, Music Appreciation & more.

Requirements:

This program is designed for the serious pre-professional dancer. Although this is intended for ladies and gentlemen 10-19 years of age, there may be exceptions for younger students who have special Faculty approval. Dancers will be grouped into three divisions based on age and ability. Placement, which is non-negotiable, will be finalized within the first few days of classes.

Attendance at IBCSI may also serve as a student’s audition for the Pre-Professional Day Program. Students wishing to be evaluated during the summer for admittance into the Day Program may express their intent and interest to the Admissions or Administrative Director before or during the first week of classes.All interested students must attend an IBCSI Audition. Currently enrolled IBC students who meet the initial age requirements need not attend an audition, but should confirm with the school regarding the student’s eligibility prior to enrolling in SI.

Housing:

Students are housed with host families during the summer, which are carefully selected by IBC. Fees start at $300 per week, which covers the students’ room & board, food, and transportation to and from the studio. Students may also opt to bring additional spending money for weekend activities, shopping and souvenirs, and other excursions.

For questions regarding housing, please contact Admissions.

2021  Summer Intensive Audition Dates- TBA SOON

REGISTER NOW

Contact Admissions Director at kaileen@indianaballetconservatory.org with any questions or requests

Enrollment in IBC’s Summer Intensive program (IBCSI) is strictly by audition only. Students may audition in one of three ways:

1) Attend an IBCSI audition during our 2020 Auditions. Students interested in auditioning for the Pre-Professional Day Program may also attend a SI audition.

2021 Summer Intensive Audition Dates- TBA SOON

 

 

Video Auditions- Ongoing

 

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check back for possible additional locations

 

 

 

 

Please plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to class to check-in, warm-up, and prepare for audition.

Dancers should bring two 4×6 photos to audition (professional photos are not required) – headshot & 1st arabesque in center on pointe or demi-pointe. Photos will not be returned and should be labeled on the back with dancer’s name and age. Audition fee is $30.

Girls must wear full-length pink tights and solid color leotard with ballet slippers. Bring pointe shoes for the last thirty minutes of class. Boys must wear white t-shirts, full-length black tights and ballet slippers.

2) Schedule an audition during any regularly scheduled Technique & Pointe classes during the school year. Please contact Admissions to arrange your audition class. Audition fee is $30.

3) Send a video audition via YouTube link or Dropbox to the Admissions Director. All video auditions are due no later than March 27th 2020. Please include the following in your video, and label your email with the subject “IBCSI 2020Audition: Student Name.

SUBMIT VIDEO AUDTION FEE HERE

Video Audition FEE $30

Video audition minimum requirements:

  • 2 photos – informal headshot, and 1st arabesque (pointe or demi-pointe) in center
  • short barre (including plié, tendu/jeté, rond de jambe, frappé/rond de jambe en l’air, adagio, grand battement)
  • center (adagio, tendu, pirouettes, grand battement)
  • allegro (both petit allegro and grand allegro)
  • few combinations on pointe – at least echappés, pirouettes, piqué turns, fouettés or italian fouettés
  • optional – classical variation

Please also note the student’s full name, age, current ballet school/teachers, and years training, as well as any other items of note (awards, scholarships, previous summer programs, etc.).

IBC hopes to offer some mini camps this year, however, are unsure at this time of any dates, times, details

Register Now

Contact Admissions Director at kaileen@indianaballetconservatory.org

with any questions or requests

 – Details coming soon if we are able to offer some mini camps

 

 

IBC Camps are designed to continue the solid foundational dance training taught throughout the school year.

IBC will offer some ongoing classes for adults and Preparatory levels during the summer. Details to come later

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Contact Admissions Director at 317-202-1617 x 1 with any questions or requests

$10 per class / Preparatory

$15 per class / Pre-Professional

$15 per class / Adult Ballet

 

Summer is the prime time to focus on improvement in ballet in all levels; without the added stress of school or other commitments, students are able to better concentrate on their technique and make meaningful improvements prior to the fall semester. It is Asked that all Pre-Professional Division students their level requirements of weeks in Summer Intensive and Prep 3/4 students attend some of the Young Dancer Intensives.

In order to accommodate for active summer lifestyles, families may register for individual classes or for the entire session. 

Pre-Registration Required – no “drop-ins”.

*New students must contact the Admissions Director for placement. Prep students should register for their current level. Pre-Professional students should register for classes in their 2019-2020 placement.

This Year, IBC will offer YDI in mini intensives. Details will come later once we have guest teachers and information determined.

 

 

Register Now

Contact Admissions Director at kaileen@indianaballetconservatory.org with any questions or requests

YDI Tuition- Coming soon includes IBC t-shirt

Summer Registration Fee $35 (new families only)

 

IBC’s Young Dancers’ Intensive (YDI) gives serious young students the same well-rounded dance education that is offered in our Summer Intensive for older students, with consideration for the age-appropriate time and class content for ages 6+. YDI allows students to experience their own “mini-intensive” while receiving in-depth training in Ballet Technique, Pre-Pointe,  and Conditioning.

In addition, students spend time learning original choreography or pieces within IBC’s repertoire, providing the opportunity to learn and familiarize themselves with various styles of dance. This highly anticipated program has become an important cornerstone of the IBC summer experience and also provides a wonderful introduction for new students to the training and teaching style at IBC.

Special seminars may include nutrition, costume history, injury prevention, and stage makeup. Multiple mini intensives are encouraged in order to build upon technical elements and repertoire.