UDC Bootcamp Summer 2012 (Youth)

UDC Bootcamp Summer 2012 (Youth)

UDC Youth Summer Bootcamp 2012

UDC’s Exciting Youth Summer Bootcamp brings you the most amazing stars of dance: Juliette ‘Jet’ Verne (SYTYCD Judge and Choreographer), Jason Winters (Mia Michaels), Jack Chambers (Hairspray, SYTYCD Winner), Adam Williams (SYTYCD), Sisqo (Hermitude) and Kym Parrish (Sydney Theatre Company).
You will have the opportunity to learn Hip Hop, JFH, Lyrical, Musical Theatre, Jazz, Contemporary, Breakdance and Singing to put together a special and fun showcase for family and friends.

Subjects
 Hip Hop, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Breakdance, Singing, Contemporary, JFH

Main Teachers
 Juliette JET Verne, Jason Winters, Adam Williams, Jack Chambers, Sisqo, Stephen Gow, Kym Parrish

Date
Monday 16th –Wednesday 18th January 2012

Time
9:00am- 5:00pm each day
‘Performing with the Stars’ showcase for family and friends on Wednesday 18th Jan 4:00pm- 5:00pm

Price
$300 for three days
Register and Pay Online 

Venue
Urban Dance Centre
39 Greek Street
Glebe NSW 2037
5 minute walk from Central Train Station and behind Broadway Shopping Centre

Contact
For more information contact Lana Weedon on +61 2 9571 7099 or register online via our web site www.urbandance.com.au

UDC Winter Bootcamp FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)

What do I wear for each class?

For Hip Hop, Break and JFH wear something comfortable plus runners.  For jazz, lyrical and musical theatre its best to wear tight fitting dance pants, tights or shorts and a t-shirt or singlet-remember the teachers want to see the lines you are creating.

For singing wear something comfortable you are happy to sit or stand in.

 

What are the levels?

The classes have been arranged in age groups so you just need to register according to your age.
Level 1: 7-10years | Level 2: 11- 14years | Level 3: 14- 17years

 

Can I bring food to eat?

Yes, you’ll need to bring your lunch with you plus snacks (energy snacks are the best) for the morning and afternoon breaks. We are close to Broadway Shopping Centre but students are only able to go out of the building if their parents have signed the Lunch Release Form. There is a kitchen with a microwave, toaster, kettle and fridge that you can use. 

  

Are there boys and girls changing rooms?

Yes, we have separate girls and boys changing room plus a green room where you can relax during the breaks.

 

What else can I bring?

Plenty of water to drink- you’ll get really thirsty, there is also a vending machine in the green room that you can use (bring some change). You might also like to have spare hair elastics if you have long hair. Don’t bring any valuables-its best to leave them at home. If you need to bring your mobile phone with you remember to turn it off whilst in the studio.

 

Does it matter that I haven’t learnt all these styles of dance before?

Not at all, just come along willing to learn and you’ll have a great time. The teachers will show you so don’t worry J

 

Is there anything else I should know?

Please be respectful of all the teachers and other students by behaving yourself in class and staying focused you will have a fabulous inspiring experience. Listen to your teachers and enjoy all the classes. There will be staff around during the breaks so you’ll always be supervised

Who do I contact?

Lana Weedon – Bookings and Enquiries – 02 9571 7099

Disclaimer: Dance classes can involve risk of physical injury. While Urban Dance Centre takes all responsible care in the conduct of its classes, rehearsals and workshops, it accepts no responsibility of injury or loss caused during classes or whilst participants are at or near Urban Dance Centre. You are responsible for ensuring that you are physically and medically fit for the class and during the class you must at all times take care of your own personal safety and belongings. Urban dance Centre reserves the right to combine levels should numbers dictate.

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