ABS Summer School

Enrolments for Summer School 2021 are now closed. Please check back in March 2021 for information regarding Summer School 2022.

The Australian Ballet School’s annual Summer School offers comprehensive training in classical ballet and other dance styles, in a variety of programmes for national and international students at The Primrose Potter Australian Ballet Centre in Melbourne. Classes are led by staff of the School and guest teachers from The Australian Ballet and the dance community. Summer School programmes have been developed for dance students aged 6-18 years.

WHEN

OPEN PROGRAMME & PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMME

WEEK 1

Monday 4 January to Friday 8 January 2021

WEEK 2

Monday 11 - Friday 15 January 2021

CREATIVE PROGRAMME

Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 January 2021

WHERE

The Australian Ballet School
Level 5, 2 Kavanagh Street, Southbank 3006
Victoria

ELIGIBILITY

Open Programme (8 - 16 years of age)
Pre-Professional Programme (14 - 18 years of age)
Creative Programme (6 - 7 years of age)

Dancers must meet the minimum age requirements at the beginning of the event.

COST

Early Bird fees are applicable until 22 October 2020

Open Programme - Early bird fee $610, Standard fee $650

Pre-Professional Programme - Early bird fee $650, Standard fee $690

Creative Programme - Early bird fee $250, Standard fee $275


ACCOMMODATION

As a proud partner of The Australian Ballet School, Quest Southbank is delighted to offer exclusive Partnership Rates for Summer School participants. From Quest Southbank you can walk to The Australian Ballet School in under a minute and explore the nearby arts precinct, riverside restaurants, Botanical Gardens and Melbourne CBD. Contact Quest Southbank for details: questsouthbank@questapartments.com.au or +61 3 9694 5600.

The health and safety of our students, staff and visitors is paramount. The Australian Ballet School continues to follow the advice and regulations issued by the Victorian Government regarding COVID-19, and we will update this page regarding any changes to this event, if necessary.

The information on this page is current at 16 September 2020.