ChoreoLaB is a unique, holisitic program which shapes hirable, competitive dancers who are ready to advance their careers.
Designed for the emerging artist, ChoreoLaB immerses students in a professional dance experience. Program highlights include…
- Daily Company class, improvisation, and movement invention.
- Ballet Hispánico repertory with coaching from the Artistic Team and Company dancers.
- Renowned guest choreographers in the creative process of new work - previous guests include Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Bennyroyce Royon, and Mario Alberto Zambrano.
- Professional Development through forums including topics of injury prevention, financial literacy & planning, networking, personal branding, and more.
- Supportive feedback and guidance from artistic leaders in the field, including exclusive access to mentorship from Eduardo Vilaro, Artistic Director & CEO of Ballet Hispánico.
- Culminating showing and networking opportunities.
Auditions are required to register for ChoreoLaB. All applicants must submit a video audition. For video audition requirements and deadlines, please continue to our Summer Program Auditions page.
ChoreoLaB will be offered in-person and virtually. Registration is limited for both options. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only residents of the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut) are permitted to attend the in-person program. Students outside of the tri-state area may not attend the in-person program. The virtual program is open to students in any location. Read the full letter from Michelle Manzanales (Director, School of Dance) for more information on our safety measures and protocols this summer. Ballet Hispánico is unable to provide housing for students participating in the in-person program.
For more tuition details, please visit Mindbody. Early Bird tuition pricing for Summer Programs is available through April 30, 2021. Register more than one child in your family to receive a 5% discount on your tuition.
What to bring for In-Person ChoreoLaB
- Snacks (Nuts and snacks containing nuts are prohibited)
- Non-Glass Water Bottle
- Combination Lock (If using a locker at BH)
- Street Shoes (For outside of studios and common areas)
- Notebook and pen/pencil
- Dancers should use their professional discretion to select the appropriate attire for classes.
- Ballet or pointe shoes are recommended for company ballet class.
- For dancewear retailers, click here, or for additional suppport, please contact the School of Dance.