.

Northeast School of Ballet Announces Summer Programs

NSB Studios, Photos by Liza Voll
NSB Studios, Photos by Liza Voll  Download PDF 

Discover the joy of dance this summer at NSB!

Northeast School of Ballet (NSB) will offer dance programs for all ages this summer during the months of July and August.

NSB, under the artistic direction of Denise Cecere, is a ballet school that is recognized for training hundreds of dancers over the past 43 years in the Greater Boston area. All summer programs will be held at NSB’s studios, conveniently located in historic downtown Reading, Massachusetts, at 32 Lowell Street, RT 129. Students will take classes in beautifully renovated studios that feature sprung floors, high ceilings, and air-conditioned studios. The Church, constructed in 1913, is a registered historical building with Neo-Gothic architecture, including European inspired carved wood work, beautiful stained glass windows, and a traditional arched cathedral sanctuary. NSB, a nonprofit arts organization, is dedicated to creating an environment to educate and inspire the next generation of artists to reach their full potential.

At NSB’s Summer Programs

Discover the joy of Dance at Northeast School of Ballet (NSB) this summer! NSB, home of the Northeast Youth Ballet, will offer programs for all ages and levels of technique. The school believes that every student, whether an aspiring professional or a beginner studying only to experience the joy of dance, should receive the best possible training. The dedicated faculty and guest teachers from prestigious organizations around the world take pride in making sure all students (ages 3 to adult) receive personalized training and individual attention to reach their potential. Each summer program has been designed to not only develop each student’s technical skills but also enhance self-confidence, focus, discipline and love for the art by encouraging creativity and imagination in a fun, safe and inspiring environment. Visit www.northeastschoolofballet.org for more information or call 781-944-9100 to speak with the school’s founder and registrar, Sandra McNaught.

NSB Intensive Summer Program: July 28th through August 22nd

Our 4-week Intensive Summer Program (by audition only) is designed for career oriented students ages 10-21 who want to improve their skills, gain strength and broaden their knowledge of classical ballet and other forms of dance in a rich intensive classroom experience. At the culmination of the intensive program, NSB gives students an opportunity to demonstrate the various forms of choreography learned throughout the program to their family, friends and audience members.

NSB Young Dancers Program: July 14th-25th

Our 2-week young dancers program is designed for the beginner ballet students ages 8-12 who want to develop their technique, have a better understanding of terminology, pick up classroom combinations and choreography, and improve on their musicality both in their classical ballet training and other forms of dance. At the culmination of the program, NSB gives the students an opportunity to demonstrate the various forms of choreography learned throughout the program to their family, friends and audience members.

Favorite Fairytales

Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet Programs:

Week 1: July 14th-18th/Week 2: July 21st-25th 

Our one-week creative movement and pre-ballet programs are designed to develop a child’s physical, emotional, and cognitive development. The programs, Favorite Fairytales I and II, will enrich your child in the art of storytelling through dance and imagination. Children develop performance skills as they become part of the story with movement, watching the ballet, learning choreography, prop making and much more. The program will help young students prepare for formal ballet classes while encouraging creativity, self-expression, and fundamental movement skills in an entertaining, fun and nurturing environment.

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »