Summer Programs




We feel that every student, whether they’re an aspiring professional or a beginner studying only to experience the joy of dance, should receive the best possible training. Our dedicated faculty takes pride in making sure all students receive personalized training and individual attention to reach their potential. Each of our summer programs have been designed to not only develop each student technically, but to develop their self-confidence, focus, discipline and love for the art by encouraging creativity and imagination in a fun, safe and inspiring environment.

Favorite Fairytales Program (ages 3-7) June 28 - July 2, 2021 - Register

Young Dancers Program (ages 8-12) July 5 -16, 2021 - Register

Summer Intensive Program (ages 10-20) June 28 - July 16, 2021 * By Audition Only  - Register

The Summer Intensive Program Auditions are scheduled for Sunday, February 21, 2021.

10-13 Years of Age: 11:00am-12:30pm *FILLED

14-20 Years of Age: 1:30pm-3:00pm

10-13 Years of Age: 4:00pm -5:30pm

Auditions are for dancers ages 10-20. Because of COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines, auditions will be limited. Once filled, on a first come first serve basis, they will be closed and another will be scheduled. Pre-registration is required. Please review NSB's COVID-19 Policy. Parents will not be allowed in the building on audition day. If you prefer to submit a video audition, visit our Summer Intensive Page for instructions. 


The Summer Intensive Program concludes with a non-formal Lecture/ Demonstration Performance through Zoom to parents of the students on Friday, July 16, 2021. The Lecture-Demo will be presented at NSB’s Studio Theater. Students have the opportunity to demonstrate ballet, character, modern and jazz combinations staged by our esteemed faculty.

Classes are offered in NSB's Summer Intensive Program: 

  • Ballet technique

  • Pointe  

  • Variations  

  • Character  

  • Modern  

  • Jazz  

  • Pilates/Cross-Training

  • Ballroom

Additional lectures in: dance history, composition, injury prevention and nutrition.

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