Summer at WCFA

Camps. Intensives. Classes.

This summer, have your child join our camps for dance, drama, and music!

WCFA is still planning Summer Camps, Classes, and Intensives! We are flexing to the new restrictions and advisements in order to help keep our families healthy. We are implementing a social distancing/health and safety plan with limited class sizes so that we will be able to be in classes at the studio together this summer.

Summer Day Camps 
for Ages 3+!

Art & Dance Camp One: July 12-16

Art & Dance Camp Two: July 26-30

Music, dancing, singing, games, arts/crafts, and more! Ages 3-11 years.

Camp Rates

Half Day Camp: 9:30am-1pm at $175 a week
Full Day Camp: 9:30am-3:30pm at $225 a week.
Sibling discounts available.
Reserve your space now with a 50% deposit.

Conservatory Dance Intensives

The Technique Intensive Week has been created to help prepare students for their fall classes through instruction in Ballet, Pointe, Modern, Tap, Jazz, Choreography, Acro/tumbling, Progressing Ballet Technique/Conditioning, Dancer Anatomy lessons, Dance History instruction, and more. The Technique Intensive Week is MANDATORY for rising Levels 4-Company for placements/auditions. Level 3 students can come by invitation only according to instructor recommendation. All WCFA faculty will be instructing and will make recommendations for student placements for the 2020-2021 school year. 

We are so excited to have Cheryl Cutlip, Brielle Rathbun, and Caleb Mitchell back at WCFA in 2021! Ms. Cutlip will be teaching Jazz, Tap, and Musical Theatre. Ms. Rathbun will be teaching Ballet, Pointe, Contemporary, and Hip Hop. Mr. Mitchell will be instructing ballet, pointe, and variations. The Intensives are geared for ages 9+. Invite your friends! Instructors will help with level placement.

June Dance Intensive with Cheryl Cutlip and Brielle Rathbun
June 14-18th – 9 am-4 pm

August Dance Intensive with Caleb Mitchell
August 2-6th – 9 am – 4 pm

Monday-Friday, August 3-7, from 9 am – 4 pm

Cost: $375 / week for approx. 32 hrs instruction.

Students should wear leotards, tights, warmups/coverups, ballet, tap, and jazz shoes. Students en pointe should bring their pointe shoes. Dancers will need to bring a peanut-free lunch, water to drink throughout the day, and a notebook with a pencil/pen for taking notes.

Meet Your Summer Instructors

 

Cheryl Cutlip:
Former dancer and caption with the NYC Radio City Rockettes and Founder/Director of Project Dance Foundation

 

 

Brielle Rathbun:
Former dancer with the Alonzo King Lines Dance company

 

 

Caleb Mitchell:
Former dancer with the Houston Ballet and Assistant Professor of Dance at Florida State University Dance Department

General Summer Session 2021

July 6 – July 29, 2020

Four-week summer Class Session for all levels (3+ years). Easy and flexible pay as you drop in week by week! Times TBD. Stay tuned for more info! 

Private lessons/coaching is available as well as studio rentals.

Register for Summer at Wilmington Conservatory Today!

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