Summer Intensive 2023

  • July 24 – 28

  • 10:00 – 4:15 p.m.

  • Dancers’ Workshop, 10745 Linkwood Ct.

This week-long summer intensive program provides intermediate and advanced dancers with the opportunity to train under the direction of internationally acclaimed instructors during rigorous workshops designed to improve technique, offering daily classes in ballet and pointe technique along with pre-pointe, variations, contemporary, and contemporary ballet.  Additional styles of dance may be added.
Registration Forms – Coming soon

Please print and mail to the Dancers’ Workshop

10745 Linkwood Ct., Baton Rouge, LA 70810

Plan for your summer!

Registration is open to dancers ages 12 and older. Local and non-local intermediate and advanced dancers are invited.  Class assignments will be determined during a trial class prior to the intensive for local dancers.  Out-of-town dancers can forward a short Youtube video link with classwork, barre and center, that demonstrates dancer’s current dance level.

Dancers Workshop students who have had at least 1 year of Level 5 and 1 year of pointe may attend.
  • Tuition is $425 for the week + $25 registration fee ($415 + $25 registration fee for Dancers’ Workshop students).
  • Classes are from 10 a.m. – 4:15/5:15 p.m. (depending on day), with drop off beginning at 9:30 a.m. 11-12 year olds schedule is 10:30-4:15 daily
  • All classes will be located at Dancers’ Workshop, the official studio of BRBT, at 10745 Linkwood Court.
  • Chaperoned housing is not available but we can provide recommendations for nearby hotel suites.
  • Individual classes offered at $40/class or single full day at $125.
  • Parent watch studio performance on Friday at 3:30

To share video link or get more information, please email christine@batonrougeballet.org .

 CONFIRMED GUEST TEACHERS FOR 2023

Alex Pandiscio
Alex PandiscioBallet, Pointe, Variations
Mr. Pandiscio has taught ballet to dancers of all ages and levels in the Houston area since 2004. His unique background in kinesiology and sports medicine has made him a sought-out teacher for years. Alex has danced with the San Francisco Ballet and Houston Ballet, later becoming the Ballet Master of Uptown Dance Company, graduating summa cum laude from Rice University in Kinesiology, and completing a year-long teacher training at Canada’s National Ballet School. Mr. Pandiscio is now the founder, artistic director, and principal teacher of Bayou City Ballet School in Houston.
Marlon Grigsby
Marlon GrigsbyContemporary, Pas de deux, Conditioning
Marlon began his training with the Dancers’ Workshop and now teaches and dances in the Houston area with companies that include City Ballet of Houston, Juxtapose Dance Arts, Opera in the Heights, and Uptown Dance. He returns often to guest with BRBT, recently in the “Nutcracker – A Tale from the Bayou” as Arabian and in “Cinderella”. A graduate of LSU, Marlon performed and choreographed for the LSU Dance Ensemble, appeared in “Racine D’or” and toured in performances to New York City and Boston.