Los Explorers Summer Dance Camps (Ages 3-5)
Ballet Hispanico's Los Explorers Summer Dance Camps engage boys and girls ages 3-5 in a lively exploration of the art and culture of four Latin American countries.
SIGN UP TODAY!Tuition: $350 per week-long camp ($280 for the Mexico camp, which runs Mon-Thurs due to the holiday)
Online: Download the registration forms HERE and e-mail to Alana Winbush at email@example.com
By phone: Contact the School Office at 212-362-6710
Visit: Ballet Hispanico School of Dance, 167 West 89th St near Amsterdam Ave (Monday through Friday 9AM-6PM)
LOS EXPLORERS 2015
June 8-12: COLOMBIA
Dance to the unique sounds and rhythms of Colombia's Caribbean-influenced Vallenato music! Our explorers will sway to the beautiful sounds of the accordion and be transported to the picturesque fishing villages of Cartagena. This imaginary trip will include a visit to Colombia’s coffee triangle where children will explore the country’s landscape and discover some of the world’s best coffee plantations.
June 15-19: CUBA
Discover the country that never stops moving! Our explorers will dance to the beat of the rumba, salsa, mambo and cha-cha-cha and create their very own maracas. Our imaginary journey through the Caribbean’s largest island will enable your little explorers to swim in the beautiful beach of Varadero, skip through the streets of Santiago de Cuba and twirl in the world famous Gran Teatro de La Habana.
June 22-26: EL SALVADOR
Jump into the world of the Mayas! Children will hop up the stairs of the Tazumal pyramids, uncover hidden secrets and recreate the pottery found in archeological excavations. Explorers will be inspired by the country’s colorful artwork and prance to the beat of unique instruments, like the marimba.
June 29-July 2: MEXICO
Uncover the wonders of the ancient Aztec Empire! Explorers will learn about the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon through movement and music. They will clap to the beat of the Jarabe Tapatio, paint their own ceramic figures like the artisans in Tulum and celebrate the culture with their own piñata.