Kinetics’ Summer Term offers a variety of classes for students of all ages and abilities. Dancing over the Summer provides students the opportunity to build upon skills learned in the previous season.

2021 Summer Session: Sunday, June 27th – Sunday, August 15th


Dance Intensives

About our Intensives
Our annual dance intensive provides an immersive and holistic educational experience for serious dance students. Dancers dive into technique, artistry, and the overall knowledge of their craft in a safe, non-competitive environment.

Dance Intensive
August 16th-20th
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (For Experienced Dancers, Ages 9 to 18)

Register through your KDT Studio Director account.

HCRP Summer Camps At Kinetics
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3 year-olds permitted with previous dance experience

Why do children under the age of 4 need dance experience for camps?
9am-12pm is a long day for three-year-olds. If children have never experienced a dance class before, it can be a bit overwhelming for these children. We want to ensure that all dancers have the best possible experience at our camps so that they can develop a long-term love of dance.

Bon Voyage! Dance Camp  
July 12th – 16th from 9:00am to noon

Ages 3.5-9
Take an imaginative quest around the world! The first stop – France, to learn
about the origins of Ballet. The next stop — Ghana, to explore percussive,
rhythmic movement. In New York, we’ll stop by Broadway to try tapping and
singing like the pros. Dancers will learn about a variety of dance forms while
exploring different movement styles and techniques. Students should wear
clothing they are comfortable dancing in. Ballet and tap shoes are recommended,
but not required. Bring a nut-free snack and drink.

Ballet Basics Camp 
August 2nd – 6th from 9:00am – noon

Ages 3.5-9
Spend a week immersed in dance classes, listening to classical music, watching
excerpts from classical ballets and learning the fundamental skills of dance.
Students will take daily ballet classes, with additional creative movement classes.
Child-led crafts and activities will focus on building knowledge of balance,
coordination and presence needed for ballet. Leotard and tights are
recommended, or clothing comfortable for dancing. Please bring ballet shoes
along with . Bring a nut-free snack and drink.

Register with Howard County Recreation and Parks.
To learn more about activities offered through Howard County Rec and Parks, contact 410-313-PARK or visit the Howard County Parks and Recreation Web site.