Summer Dance Camps: Los Explorers (Ages 3-5)


Photo (c) Joshua Preston

We guide our Explorers on a multi-sensory journey around the rhythms, stories, and natural wonders of three featured regions. 


Los Explorers Summer Dance Camps (Ages 3-5)

JUNE 18-22, JUNE 25-29 & JULY 9-13

 

Los Explorers Camps are the passport to discovering Latino cultures! Campers will have fun moving their way through varied and diverse dances, songs, artwork, and landscapes, while traveling through Mexico, Spain, and the Caribbean. The perfect adventure camp for both boys and girls, join us for this multi-sensory journey of the rhythms, stories, and wonders of these featured countries!

Explorer Camps take place Monday-Friday and encompass creative dance, arts & crafts, cultural dance, and music & songs. These globetrotters graduate inspired by this artistic immersion with enhanced skills in socialization, independence, and self-confidence, returning to the world as stronger citizens. A little bit of everything and a whole lot of fun, campers culminate in an open-studio showing for loved ones to witness and celebrate their Explorer’s journey.
 
Registration begins January 31, 2018.
Early Drop-Off and Late Pick-Up Available!
Receive a 10% discount when you sign up for more than one camp!

June 18-22: MEXICO

Discover the wonders of old and new Mexico, from the mysteries of Aztec and Mayan ruins to the current lives of modern Mexicans. Campers will explore the jungle of the Lacandón rainforest, the raw, untamed beaches of Costa Maya, and the bustling energy of Mexico City. They will clap to the beat of the Jarabe Tapatio and create their own piñata as they delve into the art, music, and dances that shape everyday life in Mexico!

Cost: $525 per week-long camp









June 25-29: THE CARIBBEAN (CUBA, PUERTO RICO, & DOMINICAN REPUBLIC)

Every island in the Caribbean has its own special flavor, with diverse landscapes and wildlife, intriguing rhythms, and beautiful artwork. This week, we will adventure with the Taino people, salsa through the streets of Santiago de Cuba, merengue across the beautiful island of Hispaniola, and let the drums take the lead as we dance the bomba in Puerto Rico.

Cost: $525 per week-long camp
Early Bird Discount (before May 5, 2018): $425 per week-long camp

July 9-13: SPAIN

Come and fall in love with Spain! Students will explore the diversity of Spain’s culture in a journey through the various regions of the country and discover dance forms including folklore, danza estilizada, and flamenco. They will uncover interesting facts about Spain’s geography, history, food, and famous citizens while learning about its culture, art, and festivals. Explorers will be mesmerized as they step into the world of Spanish Dance, moving to the beautiful sounds of the Spanish guitar, the rhythmic quality of the palmas & zapateado, and working with the Spanish fan, all led by special guest artists.

Cost: $525 per week-long camp




Discounts:

Receive an additional 10% OFF any combination of weeks!
Any Two Weeks: $945

Three Weeks: $1,417.50

Additional Services:

Early Drop-Off*: $15 per day
*Permits customer to drop-off child between 8:00-9:00am. Customer must request early drop-off 48 hours in advance.


Late Pick-Up*: $25 per day
*Permits customer to pick-up child by 2:00pm. Customer must request late pick-up 48 hours in advance.


Additional Fees:

Registration Fee (non-refundable): $30

Parent Testimonial
"I think you have a real jewel of an idea in surrounding the children not only with the dance and music of a place, but also with a real sense of adventure and love of other cultures. When we walked into Miss Lana's studio yesterday to the sound of coquis, it truly felt like we had left NYC and traveled to Puerto Rico. I believe many parents would love nothing more than to instill a love of travel and respect for other cultures, and I have seen no one teach it the way Ballet Hispánico does.” 

-Madeline Tsingopoulos, Los Explorers Summer Dance Camps Parent



Photo (c) Joshua Preston


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