Ballet Hispanico

Ballet Hispanico

Announces 2013 Pre-School Summer Dance Camps, Featuring the Dance and Culture of Latin America

Ballet Hispanico, recognized as the nation’s leading Latino dance organization since 1970,announces the 2013 Pre-School Summer Dance Camps to be held weekly from June 10 – July 12 for boys and girls ages 3-5. Through fun and engaging classes, children explore the sounds, movement, stories, and art of Cuba (June 10-14), Colombia (June 17-21), Mexico (June 24-28), and Peru (July 8-12). The camps run Monday-Friday and feature weekly in-studio presentations for parents.

The goal of the Pre-School Summer Dance Camps is to introduce children to four diverse cultures of Latin America, while encouraging them to build creative skills in an environment that is safe, accessible, and inclusive.  The camps focus on the dances, songs, stories, and rhythms of Latin America through offerings such as creative movement class, the physical interpretation of Latin American children’s literature, and the exploration of musical elements and percussion.

2013 Pre-School Summer Dance Camps Schedule

Colombia : Take an imaginary journey from the capital city of Bogotá all the way to Barranquilla where the Carnival awaits! Traveling through the Andes Mountains, tropical grasslands and Amazonian rainforest, children will discover exotic animals like the Andean Condor, and dance to the fascinating Afro-Colombian rhythms of Cumbia and Vallenato.

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Ballet Hispanico
Event Category: Classes / Courses
When: June 17, 2013 ~ June 21, 2013
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Where: Colombia
Cost: $330
More Info: http://www.ballethispanico.org/classes/preschool-camps
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