BLUEPRINT Online

Ages 18 to 25

Two week online program featuring four artists from around the world

The program highlights the various artistic perspectives of our faculty and immerses students in an intensive experience of exploration and creativity. Participants will gather within an inclusive virtual space to engage in dialogue and creative process with our acclaimed teaching artists. In order to develop deeper relationships and exchange with the faculty, small group breakout sessions will provide each student mentorship and personal feedback.

We will create communal space through panels, open discussion, and DJ dance parties! The program will wrap with a special Live Online Performance of work created with our artists during the intensive.

BLUEPRINT Online Showcase (Livestream)

3pm, July 3, 2020

The program includes a curated schedule of:

  • Up to 6 hours in Ballet, Contemporary, Improvisation, Body Conditioning, Mind/Body Practice, and Repertoire
  • Daily workshops including Immersive Theater, Dance on Camera, Lighting Design, and more
  • Small group breakout sessions
  • Q&A panels with Artists, discussion, and DJ dance parties
  • End of session Live Online Performance

How it works

Submit your registration

To register for BLUEPRINT online, submit a registration form

MAKE A PAYMENT

Students can sign up for 1 week or 2 weeks with a discounted price

SIGN UP FOR CLASS

Once your registration and tuition has been processed, you will receive an email with your program schedule and class ZOOM links from blueprint@peridance.com

DOWNLOAD ZOOM

Download Zoom for mobile or desktop prior to your class. You do not need to create a Zoom login
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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
  • Class runs from Monday – Saturday. 
  • Make sure you are in a place with a good internet connection–otherwise, the stream may skip! 
  • The name appearing on your zoom account must match the name used to register for the program for security measures.
  • Please arrive 10 min before class starts to ensure that there are no technical issues. Our staff will be present to help with any technical difficulties. 
  • Once you enter the class waiting room, at the start of class, you will be added to the virtual class via Zoom where you’ll see the faculty member, as well as other members of the class.
  • You are required to have your video on for the duration of class. This will help us to ensure that everyone is participating and engaged together in our Online BLUEPRINT program! If the video feature is disabled, you will be removed from class.
  • Students who successfully complete the program will receive a Certificate of Completion
  • We will not be recording our classes for the safety and privacy of participants. 
  • PERIDANCE will provide staff to monitor all participants and camera sharing. 
  • All classes are in Eastern Standard Time for New York, USA (EST), Coordinated Universal Time (UTC -4:00).  

Tuition

Per week

June 22 - 27 or June 29 - July 4, 2020
$ 400

Two-week Intensive

June 22 - July 3, 2020
$800
$ 720

Deadlines​

Students must register by June 17, 2020

* Non-transferable, non-refundable, cannot be shared

Sample Schedule

Mon, June 22

Welcome Meeting
8:00am – 9am 

Meditation
9:15am – 9:45am 

Ballet
10am – 11:15am 

LUNCH

Contemporary
12pm – 1:15pm 

Repertoire
1:30pm – 2:30pm

Breakout Coaching
2:45pm – 3:45pm

Tue, June 23

Mind Body Conditioning
9am – 9:30am 

Contemporary
9:45am – 11am 

Digital Workshop OR Discussion Panel
11:15am – 12pm 

LUNCH

Ballet
1pm – 2:15pm 

Repertoire
2:30pm – 3:30pm

Breakout Coaching
3:45pm – 4:45pm

Wed, June 24

Mediation
9am – 9:30am 

Ballet
9:45am – 11am 

Digital Workshop OR Discussion Panel
11:15am – 12pm 

LUNCH

Contemporary
1pm – 2:15pm 

Repertoire
2:30pm – 3:30pm

Breakout Coaching
3:45pm – 4:45pm

Thu, June 25

Mind Body Conditioning
9am – 9:30am 

Contemporary
9:45am – 11am 

Digital Workshop OR Discussion Panel
11:15am – 12pm 

LUNCH

Ballet
1pm – 2:15pm 

Repertoire
2:30pm – 3:30pm

Breakout Coaching
3:45pm – 4:45pm

Fri, June 26

Mediation
9am – 9:30am 

Ballet
9:45am – 11am 

Digital Workshop OR Discussion Panel
11:15am – 12pm 

LUNCH

Contemporary
1pm – 2:15pm 

Repertoire
2:30pm – 3:30pm

Breakout Coaching
3:45pm – 4:45pm

Sat, June 27

Ballet
10am – 11:15am 

Improvisation
11:30am – 12:30pm 

Small Group Mentorship
12:45pm – 1:45pm

Group Mentorship
2pm – 3pm

Closing Session
3:15pm – 3:45pm

DJ Dance party
4pm – 5pm

* “Offered FREE for studios”

Artists

Élodie Auger

After graduating from the Paris Opera school and Rudra Béjart in Lausanne, Élodie started her career in the Béjart Ballet Lausanne as a dancer in “The Rite of Spring” and “Bolero”. She performed  “The Rake’s Progress” with the Lausanne Opera and has toured as a dancer with the Jeune Ballet de France. She currently works closely with Julie Magneville, as a soloist and assistant choreographer. 

Élodie is a certified ballet teacher, who travels around the world to promote the French technique. Highlights include touring China with masterclasses and performances and training artists who are part of the biggest dance companies in the world (San Francisco Ballet, Angelin Preljokaj, Oper Halle, Theater Görlitz-Zittau, Hofesh Schecter, Grands Ballets de Genève). She is a health therapist and a specialist of Wilfried Piollet’s technique. Élodie is the co-creator of the concept “Smart Bodies ®”.

Gregory Lau

Gregory Lau was born in Honolulu, Hawaii where he began his training at Mid-Pacific Institute School of the Arts. He graduated from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School and went on to attend The Juilliard School. Gregory joined Nederlands Dans Theater 2 in 2013 and then went on to join Nederlands Dans Theater 1 in 2016. In 2019 he left NDT1 and joined Kidd Pivot for their tour of Revisor. in He has been a recipient of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts 1st Level Scholarship in Modern Dance and Ballet. He has worked with choreographers such as Jiri Kylian, Crystal Pite, Ohad Naharin, Sharon Eyal, Marco Goecke, Paul Lightfoot & Sol Leon, Hans Van Manen, Johan Inger, Edward Clug, Medhi Walerski, Alexander Ekman, Camille A.Brown and more. He recently staged Postscript by Leon & Lightfoot for NDT2.

Julie Magneville

Julie Magneville is a choreographer, creative director, performer, contemporary master teacher, yoga instructor, and wellness writer. She graduated from ESDC Rosella Hightower, the Lyon Conservatory in the Contemporary section, as well as The Ailey School.  

As a dancer, Julie has worked with many choreographers: Donald MacKayle, Matt Mattox, Ralph Paul Haze, Larrio Ekson, Guillaume Bordier, Bruno Agati, Lionel Hun, Wilfride Piollet, Mickael Marso Riviere, Cie Decalage, and Akram Khan. She attended Springboard Danse Montreal and collaborated with Margie Gillis, David Earle, La Compagnie Flak, O Vertigo, Victor Quijadas, Gregory Dolbashian, and performed in Crystal Pite’s Expectico for Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal. She was a soloist in Rick Odum’s Dance Company and performed in the world acclaimed Musical “Tarzan.”

She is in high demand as contemporary master teacher and choreographer for prestigious institutions across the world, including ESD Rosella Hightower, Académie Internationale de la danse, Studio Harmonic for the professional division, Stage School Zurich, Ganzhou Dance University, Huaqiao Performing Arts University, Terpsichore witzerland, and Attakalari Center Bangalore, to name a few. She has been decorated “honored teacher” by Huaqiao University. 


She is the Artistic Director and Choreographer of her own company, sponsored by the Paris Opera Principal Dancer Monique Loudières. She has choreographed for TEDX, SYTYCD, and So We Dance.  Julie has been nominated best choreographer in MMlives by Mia Michaels. Her first short-film “IN MEMORIUM” has been awarded “Best Choice Audience” at the Sans Souci Festival and “Best Dance Choreography” at the Oniros Film Awards. She choreographed a world tour for acclaimed pop-alternative singer, SEVDALIZA. She choreographed “The Opening Ceremony of African Games” in Rabat with Richard Attias & Associates and Withup Agency. Julie has also staged “FrenchDeal” runway for the Paris Fashion Week.

Nuhacet Guerra

Nuhacet Guerra is a choreographer, dancer, performer, teacher, assistant, capoeirista, and dento reiki based in Brussels. He graduated from the Real Conservatory Professional of Dance of Madrid in 2011 with the award of ‘Best Dancer’ and was also awarded the “Extraordinary Dance Award” from the community of Madrid. 

He has worked extensively as a freelancer with recognized professional dance companies including Staatstheater Braunschweig under the direction of Jan Pusch, Islanders by Jo Strømgrem, Clear and Disorder by Annabelle Bonnéry (Germany), ‘UP’ for József Trefeli Company (Switzerland), ‘Espejo’ for José Besprosvany Company (Belgica), ’Shine-on’ by Pedro Berdäyes (Spain), ‘I don´t know’ by Jose Reches (Spain), Que Tal Estas Company, amongst others. Most recently, Nuhacet has been working with Wim Vandekeybus/Ultima Vez on the creation and tour of ´Speak Low if you Speak Love´ while simultaneously working on his own projects as choreographer and soloist.

Nuhacet’s teaching experience includes workshops for international companies and institutions, including the Ultima Vez Studio as a teacher and assistant of Wim Vandekeybus, ArteXXI (Argentina), Studio Harmonic (France), Perfordance (Spain), Center La Fenice-Lust ASD (Italy), Danza Dell’ Arté (Belgium), Descalzinha Danza (Spain), University of Music and Dance Cologne (Germany), Space Belgica (Belgium), Canarios dentro y fuera (Spain), Théâtre Molière-Sète (France), Pulso Academia Danza (Chile), DansCentrumJette (Belgium), STUK-Open Stage Festival (Belgium), GUIdance – International Festival of Dance (Portugal), The Workshop Series-Chez Bushwick (New York), Peridance Capezio Center (New York), Gibney Dance Center (New York), Institut del teatre (Spain), KCCNCK Krakow Choreographic Centre (Poland) Marameo (Germany), Henny Jurriëns Studio (Holland)  R.C.P.D. Mariemma (Spain), Cie. Toula Limnaios, amongst others, as well as teaching Capoeira in Spain and The Canary Islands.

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FAQ

TIPS FOR ZOOM
  • Once the class begins, the teacher will automatically mute everyone to ensure that the video footage stays on the teacher. It is helpful if you can double-check this by looking in the lower left-hand corner of your screen.
  • You can unmute yourself if the teacher initiates conversation. Otherwise, all communications should come via the ‘chat’ feature during class.
  • Screen sharing has been disabled for participants.
  • If you find your live streaming lagging, you may turn off your camera to speed up your internet. Your name will still appear and you will still be able to be a participant in the class.
CANCELLATION & REFUNDS​
  • There are NO refunds or exchanges for the BLUEPRINT Online.
  • Students who miss class will not receive any make-up or refund.
  • If Peridance cancels a class for any reason a make-up class will be offered.
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