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BYU's summer dance camps cater to a variety of ages and interests

For dancers of all skill levels, ages and styles, BYU Dance Camps have a program for you this summer.  

BYU Dance Camps offer dance instruction in ballet, ballroom, clogging, ethnic, folk, jazz, modern and tap, all directed and taught by exceptional faculty from BYU’s Department of Dance, along with world–renowned guest instructors.

For more information and registration information, click on the dance camp title. 

Summer 2014 BYU Dance Camp Schedules

International Folk Dance
June 16-18
9-18 year olds
All skill levels

Cougar Clogging Classic
June 19-21
9-18 year olds
Instructors, ages 16 and older
Intermediate and advanced

Contemporary Dance Intensive
June 23-July 3
12-18 year olds
Beginning to advanced

Intermediate Ballet
July 7-18
11-21 year olds

Advanced Ballet
July 21-August 1
11-21 year olds

Dance Medley
July 9-11
11-18 year olds
Beginning and intermediate

Youth Ballroom
August 4-7
10-18 year olds
Beginning to advanced

Adult Ballroom
July 28-August 1
Beginning to advanced

Youth Dancesport Teams
2014-2015
TBA

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