Performance Program

Creativity

“Dance in Art is warm,
creative, young, dynamic
and organic.” Malika Berney

The Performance Program is a 3-month intensive program focussing on perfecting the art and technique of young students as a formula for future professional practice, providing an ideal platform for future dancers and talented young choreographers to gain knowledge for the future.

Performance Program

The Performance Program is designed for talented dancers with extraordinary abilities in search of additional guidance, knowledge, experience and inspiration. The program is customized to each dancer’s physical and emotional needs. The program gives dancers the undivided attention of a respected teacher and industry professional whose sole aim is to have them reach their highest potential.

DiA’s dancers have the opportunity to refine their technique and improve dance performance capabilities necessary to further themselves in their dance careers. With an emphasis on personal attention and development, the program provides dancers with a better understanding of one’s own creativity and artistry. This program’s intensive approach will have positive effects on a dancer’s confidence and abilities so each individual can successfully move forward with their career in the dance industry.

Program outline

DiA training uses a methodology that was developed by the artistic director and choreographer Martine van Santen, during her study Master of Education in Arts. Through this methodology and interdisciplinary art research, the dancers will become more knowledgeable in regards to other forms of art and design concepts. Their training in different art disciplines will be taught in relation to their study of dance. The dancers will undertake technique classes and work with dance professionals in preparation for entering the dance world through performance training. They will be encouraged to take creative initiatives and build networks in a framework that supports professional collaboration and increases career opportunities.

Admission Requirements:

How to apply:

Please send us the application form and the following documents:
– Video: 2 minute solo (contemporary) (youtube or Vimeo Link)
– Video: 1 minute improvisation
– Video: Ballet class 5 minutes
– CV
– Motivation letter

Email: info@danceinart.nl

Only complete applications will be considered.

To apply for the Performance Program, please fill out the application form below and send application material via email to info@danceinart.nl.

Who is it for?

The Performance Program is a combination of our Junior Company and Professional Dance Training program suited for dancers and choreographers with a solid and developed technical approach to dance. Key points are: intensive training in ballet and contemporary technique, performance experience, movement study/improvisation, choreography and one on one coaching.

Performance, Choreography & Solo creation

Dancers will perform works created on them by a successful artistic team within Dance in Art. The program is designed to foster a realistic appreciation of the professional working environment, encompassing rehearsal and production processes, creating work with choreographers and meeting the challenges of a professional performance day schedule. They will be guided through the process of creating work and expand their creative abilities. Throughout the 3 months there will be projects and performance opportunities and at the end of the term, the artists will perform (in front of an audience), a version of their solo. A video captation will allow the artists to have quality video support so that they can share it with companies, funding organizations, etc.

What is the content of the program?

The program includes technique classes (ballet, floor barre, contemporary, floor work, urban contemporary), partnering workshops, pilates, yoga, repertoire, movement study/improvisation, choreographic research, choreographic creation, interdisciplinary art research and coaching.

What is the schedule?

The program involves 350 hours during the span of 14 weeks. Each week of training consists of 25 hours of classes and workshops, Monday – Friday from 10 am to 6 pm split in 5 mornings and 3 afternoons. The program schedule is structured to allow artists to manage their other responsibilities and jobs, all while taking part in an extended program that is both personalized and demanding. The days of training of group A are Monday – Friday 10:00 – 12:00 and Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 13:00 – 18:00. The days of training of group B are Monday – Friday 10:00 – 12:00 and Tuesdays, Wednesday and Fridays 13:00 – 18:00.

Date of the next program – Autumn Performance Program

Season 2022 – 2023

September 13th 2022 – December 18th 2022

Where will you be training

All classes and workshops are held at Broedplaats Bogota between Haarlem and Amsterdam. The space includes a dressing room, a kitchenette, a coaching studio, a dance- and theatre space with an Harlequin dance floor, a cafe, exhibition area, art- and music studios for 250 artists and a large studio for acrobatic training with Corpus Acrobatics.

(www.corpus-acrobatics.nl)

Fees

Fee for the Autumn Program:

1675, – euro

Registration fee (non refundable): €775,- (this is part of the 1675, – euro fee).

Fees are excluded 21% VAT for dancers over 21 years of age.

Administration costs: €25, –

DiA Professional Dance Company

At the end of the program we select dancers for our project based professional dance company, season 2023 – 2024.

NOTE ON OUR FEE POLICY: Dance in Art is an independent dance center that exists in the Netherlands art scene without the support of any public/private funding besides the tuition fees paid by the participants. The prices of the programs are the lowest we can currently offer. All teachers and management staff are paid with low wages to keep the fees contained, and there is a huge amount of enthusiasm, care and dedication that goes in the making of the different programs. Signing the terms and conditions form is binding and the payment cannot be refunded in case of non-participation in the program.

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