Summer Program

Immerse. Uncover. Transform.
Alonzo King LINES Ballet | Summer Programs

Alonzo King LINES Ballet | Online Summer Programs are designed for aspiring artists ages 11-25, and offer a unified approach to training. Like our in-studio programs, our Online Summer Programs are rooted in the philosophy of Alonzo King. All classes are taught by previous LINES company members and exceptional guest artists.

Our aim is to supply a solid technical underpinning, based in classical training, and to provide an environment for the unfolding of the students’ own creative power. They are encouraged to problem solve through exploration and a tenacious work ethic. We emphasize the cultivation of self-discovery and intuitive self-expression.
Program Details

CONTACT

summer-program@linesballet.org

Karah M. Abiog,
Director

Linda Lam,
Operations Manager

linda@linesballet.org
415.863.3040 x248

Pre-Professional Program

Ages 17 - 25 | Dates TBA

This immersive two-week online intensive is designed to physically and mentally invigorate the aspiring dance professional.  Our program fosters technical and artistic virtuosity through investigation and curiosity, evoking one’s own creative voice.

Advanced Program

Ages 14 - 17 | Dates TBA

This challenging two-week intensive supports the growth of advanced contemporary ballet dancers. Our program focuses on developing technical proficiency, independently making artistic choices, and submerging students in the exploration of risk-taking and process.

Junior Program

Ages 11 - 14
   1 week: Dates TBA
   2 weeks: Dates TBA

This robust online one or two-week intensive introduces beginner and intermediate dancers to our LINES philosophy and repertoire, encouraging technical and artistic growth as well as independent thinking.

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Everything in the phenomenal universe is straight line and circle. The horizon, our heads, arms, electrons, the oceans, planets and stars. Their principal function is to radiate. The task of the human being is also to radiate.

— Alonzo King