Intermediate Summer Intensive

For Dancers Placed in Ballet 3, 4 & 4A for Fall of 2018
new students call studio concerning placement

School of MFB's Intermediate Summer Intensive is a four week intensive dance experience designed for retention and continued development of students' technique. In addition to ballet classes, students will have classes that focus on "the fun tricks" like turns and jumps. They will also be introduced to safe stretching and strengthening techniques, receive class from guest faculty, and even begin learning professional repertoire. Truly, the perfect way for aspiring young dancers to spend their summer afternoons! 

Classes Include:

  • Ballet
  • Pirouette
  • Battery
  • Variation

The Deets

When: Mondays-Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:30pm

optional class on Friday, 10am - 12pm

Begins: Monday, June 4     Ends: Thursday, June 28

Level required to attend: Ballet 3, Ballet 4, or Ballet 4A

Tuition: $400 (or $125/week)


Sample Class Schedule:

1:30 - 3 Ballet

3 - 3:45 Pirouette/Batterie

3:45 - 4:30 Variation


More about our guest faculty

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Katia Garza...

has worked as a choreographer and master teacher with numerous ballet companies and private students throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Japan, including Ballet de Monterrey (Mexico), Orlando Ballet, Orlando Ballet 2, Orlando Ballet School, and others (including MFB!). She was recognized with the Outstanding Teacher award in the Youth American Grand Prix Semifinals in 2015 and 2018.  She has also been recognized for her leadership in the arts community with numerous awards, including recognition from Casa de Mexico and the Mexican Consulate in Orlando and the award of Outstanding Female in the Arts in the “Hispanic Women That Make the Difference” program in Central Florida. 

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Israel Rodriguez

Born in Camaguey, Cuba, Israel began his classical ballet training at the famed Vocational Art School. Israel's went on to dance professionally with the Ballet de Camaguey, Ballet de Monterrey, Ballet Theatre of Lexington, KY,  Louisville Ballet and Orlando Ballet.  In 2001, he represented Mexico in the “Jazz World Congress” of Gus Giordano. He has performed internationally as a guest artist with rave reviews from the Orlando Sentinel, Dance Magazine, Dance Spirit, International Dance Magazine and the arts community. He was the first male dancer in the United States to perform the full length ballet Spartacus.