Alonzo King LINES Ballet | Summer Program
Join us on the road for our National Audition Tour! Each year we travel across the country searching for the next generation of dancers and artists to train with world-renowned faculty at our downtown San Francisco home.
|SUMMER PROGRAM AUDITION|
| Sunday, January 26
4:00 – 6:00 PM
Check-in starts 1 hour before
Summer Program Auditions consist of an abbreviated ballet class, repertoire and improvisation. Please wear form-fitting dancewear and style hair neatly away from your face. Most students wear a leotard and tights or shorts, but there is no restriction on color or style. Pointe work is not required for this audition. See the Summer Program page for full requirements.
|SUMMER PROGRAM INFORMATION|
|Pre-Professional Program | June 3 – 29 | Ages 17 – 25
This highly rigorous four-week intensive is designed for the aspiring dance professionals. Our program enriches technical and artistic mastery and engages students in an immersive choreographic process.
|Advanced Program | July 8 – August 2 | Ages 14 – 17
This challenging four-week intensive supports the growth of the advanced contemporary ballet dancers. Our program develops individual artistry, technical proficiency, and immerses students in a rich creative process.
|Junior Program | July 1 – 5 | Ages 11 -14
A robust one-week intensive designed for intermediate dancers that introduces the LINES Ballet philosophy, LINES Ballet Repertoire and supports the technical and artistic growth of contemporary ballet dancers.
Join us for LINES DAY | Sunday, January 26
Hosted in the same location, before your audition
Don’t miss our one-day workshop designed to expand your dance knowledge and elevate your technique!
FREE AUDITION included. If interested in both LINES DAY and Summer Program Auditions, be sure to register for LINES DAY first. Use the special discount code in your LINES DAY confirmation email to register online for your Summer Program Audition. Learn More
Photo Credit: Summer Program | Alonzo King LINES Ballet | Andy Mogg