The summer intensive is a one, two, or three-week comprehensive program for students and professionals. Lexington Ballet offers both a Junior and Advanced Program. Focus is on classical ballet technique and complementary dance and fitness to challenge each student's potential. Led by School Director Nancy Dominguez, the summer intensive provides exemplary instruction in a safe and nurturing environment. Lexington Ballet studios are located in the heart of downtown Lexington in the midst of restaurants, hotels, galleries, and boutiques.
Advanced Program is a full-day schedule for intermediate/advanced students and professionals. Students should bring a water bottle, a sack lunch, and a yoga/pilates mat.
New students are invited to attend a free Lexington Ballet class to audition.
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Junior Program offers a half-day schedule for students ages 7-10. Students should pack a water bottle and light snack.
There are no audition requirements for the Junior program.
To Register, click the "register" link the class list.
Tuition is due in full prior to the start of classes. Payment is encouraged before May 1 to ensure availability.
Limited need-based scholarships are available.
|Studios openBallet TechniquePointeLunchConditioning, Pilates, or Floor BarreVariations or ContemporaryChoreographyFriday-only Observation Class (Families invited!)||8:45am9:00am9:30am11:00am11:30am||Studios openWarm-upBallet TechniqueChoreographyFriday-only Observation Class (Families invited!)|
Class uniforms for women include pink footed ballet tights and pink ballet shoes. Black leotards must be worn for the Friday observation class. Any color/style leotard may be worn for other classes. Hair must be in a ballet bun.
Class uniforms for men include fitted plain white shirt, black tights, technique shoes. Hair must be combed away from the face and secured if it is long.
Housing for intermediate/advanced students is available with host families. Professional dancers may also choose dormitories at University of Kentucky. Several hotels and bed and breakfasts are within walking distance.