Registration is now open for students to audition for two CooperMorgan “summer intensives” this summer. The CooperMorgan Dance Theatre — Jacksonville Summer Intensive start June 12 at STUDIO 1 (formerly the Performers Academy). This 3-week summer intensive allows ages 8 and older to train alongside local and guest artists.
This year’s star-studded line-up includes Co-Artistic Directors and Founders DeWitt Cooper III and Savery Morgan, Brandi Carwile of Ballethnic Dance Company, Emily Fine-Hayasaki formerly of Oklahoma City Ballet, Cathy Finne of Studio 1014, Hilly Bodin of Company XIV and international freelance choreographers, Christopher Huggins of Philadanco! The Philadelphia Dance Company, J-Da Danielle Williams of Rare Breed Dance Project, Christa Fatoumata Sylla of Nan Nkama Pan-African Drum and Dance Ensemble, Tyrone Brooks, Artistic Director of Tallahassee Ballet & Michael Alonzo Brown, CooperMorgan Dance Theatre manager and instructor.
Attendees will participate in a daily technique class teaching a variety of styles including ballet, composition, modern, jazz, contemporary, pointe, repertoire, placement & conditioning and choreography. Level placement will be made during the first week of classes and culminates with a full-stage production along with professional dancers at the annual CooperMorgan Dance Gala. The cost for the Jacksonville Summer Intensive is $525. No audition is required.
To learn more and to register, visit coopermorgandance.com