Step in the right direction!
Have you always wanted to dance like they do on TV? Do you want to develop your technique in a range of commercial styles? Hip Hop and Commercial Dance at Beauville Arts will give you everything you need to get there!
|Date||11 – 16 August 2013|
|Price||570€ one week, residential and 350€ for non-residential
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|What experience do I need?||You can be a beginner in this style of dance or an advanced student. The choreographer will devise a completely original sequence for you and the other students. Some experience of dance would be recommended, although most importantly you should be keen to learn new things!|
|Accommodation||Dormitory camping in Beauville at Les-2-Lacs campsite.
Arrive at Les-2- Lacs on Sunday 11 August by 15.00. Either leave with your parents after the show on Friday 16, or on Saturday morning by 12.00.
|Registration||Fill out this form. We will be back in touch to arrange a deposit and confirm your place.|
What does it involve?
During the week you will get training in a range of dance styles and techniques building towards a public performance on the Friday evening. There is an intensive rehearsal schedule, so you must be prepared to work hard physically. The sessions offer a range of hip hop based styles including house, aahehop, locking, popping, street, contemporary, breakdance and many more.
The workshops consist of an intense warm-up, basic technique in a particular style and specific choreography for the performance. After a warmdown, you will get a chance to relax, discuss dance and share videos of performances.
If you are interested in dance you might also want to consider our musical theatre summer camps, which include lots of dance workshops and performance.
An end of course performance will be presented at 19.30 on Friday 16 August during the Night Market in Beauville.
It is possible for non-residential students to stay for dinner and evening activities by arrangement. The camp is a truly international experience and participants come from many different countries. During the week you will also get the chance to socialise and share workshops with musicians on the Advanced Songwriting and Studio Recording course.
Who will be running the course?
The course director is the world renowned Simeon Qsyea. Simeon is a Choreographer and Artist based in London, who has worked with many artists including Pink, JLS and 50 cent as well as choreographing for the BBC hit show “So You Think You Can Dance!”
Other staff include a full time administrator/first aider and BAFA-qualified activity coordinators. BAFA is a French training programme that covers organising activities and safeguarding the safety, security and well-being of young people.