Summer Programs



Mary Geiger


Renee Mueller

attila 2Attila Mosolygo

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Geiger Ballet has offered its highly renowned summer intensive ballet program since 1995. We understand the importance of continuing dance education and training during the summer months, thus we make it our mission to provide area students with the opportunity to gain technical and professional instruction from a variety of guest teachers. Geiger Ballet offers three types of summer dance programs, which provide opportunities to all students looking for high quality dance training.



Tinkerbell:  June 20-23 and Frozen:  August 15-18


Ages 4-7
per week: $125


Does your child dance around the house on their toes pretending to be a ballerina? Then this would be the perfect summer camp for them. Each day the children will have a ballet class, make crafts associated with a ballet theme, and learn stories of the great ballets. Parents are invited to watch their children in a mini-performance at the end of each week.


Ballet Week: August 1-5 and Contemporary Week: August 8-12

10:00am-4pm Monday-Friday Level A: Students with minimum 1 year of Pointe.

1 Week – $500      2 weeks – $850

10:30am-4pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday Level B: Ages 8 and up

1 Week – $275      2 Weeks – $475



August 15-26

Afternoon classes ages 8 and up.

Classes 1-1.5 hours are  $15. All classes under an hour sold separately are $12/$10 as part of pacakge. These classes are held in the afternoon and evening. Classes offered are Ballet, Pointe, Variations, Stretch and Turn for the older dancers. The younger dancers have Ballet, Jump, Repertoire and Stretch offered.

This is a great opportunity for students to stay in “ballet” shape during summer vacation. it is also a perfect time for new students to experience classes at Geiger Ballet.


Classes offered vary by weeks (see schedule) .


Summer Schedules

Summer Intensive 2016 Contemporary

Summer Intensive 2016 Ballet



Registration Form

Summer Registration Form 2016




Geiger Ballet takes pride in providing Metro-Detroit dancers with distinguished
guest artists and master teachers. Past guest teachers include:

Laura Alonso – Cuban National Ballet

Barbara Bears – Houston Ballet

Catrina Choate-Heretoiu – Miami City Ballet

Marek Cholewa – Butler University

Joanne Danto – Pennsylvania Ballet

Konstantin Dournov – New Jersey Ballet

Anya Evans – Royal Ballet

Christina Faqundas – American Ballet Theatre

Luba Gulyaeva – Kirov Ballet

Robert Kelley – Fort Wayne Ballet

Sean Kelly – Houston Ballet/Twyla Tharp

Kathy and Dennis Landsman – Kansas Regional Ballet

Jacob Lascu – Dance Detroit

Eugene Mills – Western Michigan University

Amy Moore Morton – Appalachian Ballet Company

Ricardo Moyano – DanceWest Ballet

Olga Pavlova – Bolshoi Ballet

Barbara Pontecorvo – Dayton Ballet

Jon Rodriquez – Master Teacher

Debra Rogo – Mid-Columbia Ballet

Rosanna Ruffo – Kirov Ballet

Stephen Sanford – Grand Rapids Ballet

Jurgen Schneider – American Ballet Theatre

Michael Tevlin – Cincinnati Conservatory of Music

Michael Uttoff – Ballet Arizona

Roger Van Fleteren – Alabama Ballet

Attila Mosolygo – Grand Rapids Ballet

Veronika Part – American Ballet Theatre

Roman Zhurbin – American Ballet Theatre

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