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Steffi Nossen School of Dance Gears Up for Summer with Exciting Programming for All Ages
Date:6/18/2012

fth grade and up with separate boys only classes. The program, which runs from Monday, July 16 – Friday, July 20 from 10AM-4PM, will be led by faculty member and performer Leilah Joy Bowser with a special summer guest artist. Family and friends will be invited to attend an informal showing of works at week’s end. Tuition is $475.

SummerDance Master Series
New in 2012, the SummerDance Master Series features ten artists in ten days. Each day, a different performing guest artist will present a master class followed by discussion and repertory in various modern and jazz techniques. Artists include Annmaria Mazzini, Tami Mele, Annie Doss, Jonathan Riedel, Lisa Peluso, Lauren Jaeger, Sabatino Verlezza, Barbara Angeline, Alexandra Williamson, and Laura Smith who brings a workshop based on choreography from the musical “Shrek” of which she is a cast member. Geared toward seventh grade and up, the series runs from Monday, July 30 – Friday, August 3 and Monday, August 6 – Friday, August 10 from 10AM-1PM. Tuition is $325 per week, and is open to students in seventh grade and up.

Moving Wheels & Heels Adaptive Dance Intensive
Steffi Nossen’s Moving Wheels & Heels Adaptive Dance Intensive is geared specifically for individuals with disabilities. The program, which runs Monday, June 18 – Saturday, June 23 from 10AM-3:30PM, combines technique, improvisation and movement to enhance creativity, increase strength and range of motion. Led by master teachers Barbara Verlezza, Sabatino Verlezza and Nancy Lushington, this integrated dance experience explores the joys of movement in a safe and supportive environment. Families and friends will be invited to a special showing of works on Saturday. All ages welcome. Tuition is $525 for the entire program, or $25 per individual technique class.

Dance Camp for Children with Special Needs
This accessible three-day dance program is tailored to children with special needs. Students participate
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