Florida State University’s School of Dance and Friends of Dance will once again host the Suzanne Farrell Workshop for Young Dancers on February 2nd and 3rd, 2019. The workshop is geared towards intermediate and advanced students ages 10-18, and will provide the student a once in a life time opportunity to take a master class from world-renowned ballerina Suzanne Farrell.
All classes will be held in Montgomery Hall on the FSU campus.
Dancers need to have a liability and photo release form signed by their parents or guardians on or before registration. Those who do not have a form on file will not be allowed to participate. We cannot accommodate dancers who only want one day.
Students must attend all classes and demonstrations unless cleared through La Toya Davis-Craig, Program Director. Dancers will receive confirmation of their registration by e-mail.
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Registration Dates and Fees:
Workshop for Young Dancers: Ages 10-18
Group A (10-12) Group B (12-14)
Group C (14+) Group D (15+)*
*Group D is for the advanced dancer age 15 and up with advanced pointe work. All ballet technique classes in Group D will be on pointe. SPACE IS LIMITED. In order to be considered for this group, dancers need to submit a headshot and photo in 1st arabesque on pointe.
Summer Intensive Dance Workshop: Ages 14-18
REGISTRATION IS LIMITED. Please register early to ensure placement in desired group.
Women: Black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair secure
Men: Black tights, white T-shirt, black or white ballet shoes.
Suzanne Farrell gained international fame as George Balanchine’s most celebrated muse. Since retiring from the stage Ms. Farrell has directed her own acclaimed company, The Suzanne Farrell Ballet, in conjunction with the Kennedy Center; has acted as a repetiteur for the George Balanchine Trust, and has been on the faculty of the FSU School of Dance. The national dance community is fortunate that Ms. Farrell continues to share her talent and artistry each year with the young dancers from across the nation.