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Scottish Ballet

16-06-99, 11:32 AM (GMT)
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"Young Scots offered a unique Dance Experience"
 
  
Young people from all over Scotland between the ages of seven and fourteen
are invited to take part in an exciting and energetic week of dance and
learning as Scottish Ballet's Summer School kicks into action on July 5.

Taking place at Scottish Ballet's Studios in Glasgow, this unique dance
experience is open to young people from complete beginners to those with
some experience. Working alongside dance professionals, participants will
take part in ballet, jazz and contemporary dance classes whilst learning how
to create their own dance pieces.

The week's work will culminate in a performance of the students' own
creation and presented to family and friends on Friday, July 10 at Scottish
Ballet's Robin Anderson Theatre.

Scottish Ballet's Summer School takes place from Monday, July 5 until
Friday, July 11 at Scottish Ballet's studios, 261 West Princes Street,
Glasgow.

For booking information on Scottish Ballet's Summer School, members of the
public can contact Scottish Ballet's Education Unit on 0141 331 2931.



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