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Tuition by PayPal

Early Registration

$930.00

($30.00 shipping)

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 Tuition received by April 18, 2020

Regular Registration

$1,031.00

($31.00 shipping)

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Tuition received April 19 - May 16, 2020

Late Registration

$1,134.00

($34.00 shipping)

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Tuition received after May 16, 2020

Tuition by Check

Payble to: CorbinDances, Inc

Mail to : CorbinDances, Inc PO Box 2196 Venice, CA 90292

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Housing By PayPal

Double Occupancy PayPal

$675.00
Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

$42.00 per person per night + 14% LA City bed tax = $47.88 per person per night x 14 = $654.36 + PayPal online transaction fee = $675.00

Single Occupancy PayPal

$856.00
Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

$52.00 per person per night + 14% LA City bed tax = $59.28 per person per night x 14 = $829.92 + PayPal online transaction fee = $856.00

Housing by Check

Make Check Payable to: CorbinDances, Inc Mail to: PO Box 2195 Venice, CA 90294

Housing FAQs

When are check-in and check out?

Check-in:

Sunday, June 14, between 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM.

Check-out:

Sunday, June 28, 12:00 PM.

Are bed linens and towels provided?

Yes, inside the linen packets (which come with your housing) are top sheets, bottom sheets, a pillow case, two towels, and a washcloth. A pillow and blanket are also provided. 

About Us

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Patrick Corbin Taylor/Ballet

Patrick Corbin Taylor/Ballet

Patrick Corbin Taylor/Ballet

Patrick Corbin is a dancer and choreographer whose career has spanned over thirty years and bridged the worlds of classical ballet, modern and contemporary dance. He holds an MFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. 


Patrick danced professionally for The Washington Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, ABT II, the Joffrey Ballet and the Paul Taylor Dance Company. 


Patrick has been featured in five PBS Great Performances as well as in the Academy Award-nominated documentary, Dancemaker. He is a recipient of the New York Performance Award (Bessie) for Sustained Achievement with The Paul Taylor Dance Company. 


Patrick founded his company CorbinDances in 2003 and presented work at such New York City venues as Danspace at St. Mark’s Church, La Mama, the Joyce SoHo, the Joyce Theater and the Brooklyn Lyceum.  


Patrick stages his work as well as the work of Paul Taylor on companies and universities throughout the United States. In addition to his career as a dancer/choreographer, Corbin has been a guest faculty member at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris, University of California Irvine, George Mason University, SUNY Purchase, University of Kansas, University of Texas Austin and University of Michigan and has taught professionally for American Ballet Theater, Miami City Ballet and San Francisco Ballet. 


Patrick joined the faculty of USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance in July 2015.

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Rachel Berman Taylor/Ballet

Patrick Corbin Taylor/Ballet

Patrick Corbin Taylor/Ballet

Originally from Hawaii, Rachel Berman has had a diverse career in all aspects of the field of dance, the bulk of which was a decade spent performing principal roles and appearing in numerous television productions with the Paul Taylor Dance Company. She was featured in the Academy Award nominated documentary DANCEMAKER and was the March 1997 cover story for Dance Magazine. She has also performed with, among others, Ballet Hispanico of NY, May O’Donnell, The American Repertory Dance Company, The Joyce Trisler Danscompany, and the hula companies of Nā Lei Hulu I Ka Wēkiu and Pua Aliʻi ʻIlima O Nuioka. 

Ms. Berman served as Associate Producer for Dancers Responding to AIDS; Company Manager for Company C Contemporary Ballet; the Development Officer for the Taylor Company; and was the Programs Manager at Dance/NYC, a dance advocacy organization which works in alliance with the National service organization, Dance/USA. She is a freelance writer for Dance Magazine, Dance Teacher and Dance Studio Life.

Ms. Berman has re-staged Mr. Taylorʻs works throughout the United States (San Francisco Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Tulsa Ballet, and Nevada Ballet Theatre among others) and has been on faculty at the Joffrey Ballet/ New School BFA program; Mid-Pacific School of the Arts High School; LASALLE-SIA Singapore College of the Arts; the American Dance Festival; University of the Arts; the Colburn Dance Academy; California Institute of the Arts; Mills College; University of Nevada, Las Vegas; College of Southern Nevada; and the Taylor School.

  

Ms. Berman has taught master classes and held workshops across the country and around the world for professional companies and at Universities and private studios. She is currently the chair of the dance department at Orange Coast College and heads the modern program at the American Ballet Theatre/ William J. Gillespie School in Costa Mesa. She is the director of Creative Intentions, a pop-up dance workshop.

Ms. Berman earned a BFA from Purchase College, an MFA from Hollins University/ American Dance Festival and is an ABT ® Certified Teacher in Pre-Primary through Level 5 of the ABT ® National Training Curriculum.​


About Us

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Ardyn Flynt - Funkamentals - MediKinetics

 Ardyn Flynt identifies as a multi-linguistic corporeal conversationalist. Part of the inaugural class of the Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, she spent four years studying diverse forms in simultaneity and working to fuse elements of street dance practices with more European etymologized styles. In conjunction with William Forsythe and d. Sabela Grimes, she crafted a curriculum marrying Forsythe improv technologies and Funkimental MediKinetics (a Hip Hop movement system conceptualized by Grimes). She has taught this curriculum for the “Art of” ballet intensive in Switzerland, for the Hubbard Street Los Angeles intensive, and now for the Paul Taylor summer intensive. Her own movement language draws heavily from Forsythian principles of structure, House dance movement/culture, and ballet. 

Contact Us

See you soon!

Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center

849 West 34th Street, Los Angeles, California 90089, United States

(917) 847-7216

Daily Schedule (Subject to change)

Week I

Mon, June 15 - Sat, June 27

Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center

Event Details

Week I

Mon, June 15 - Sat, June 27

       

Monday, June 15

8:00 AM - 8:30 AM - Welcome/Orientation KDC* Lobby Corbin/Berman

8:30 AM - 8:45 AM - USC Department of Safety Presentat...

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Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center

Week II

Mon, June 22 - Fri, June 26

Event Details

Week II

Mon, June 22 - Fri, June 26

9:00 AM -10:30 AM - Ballet - KDC 105 - Corbin/Berman

11:00 AM -12:30 PM - Taylor - KDC 105 - Corbin/Berman

12:30 PM -1:30 PM - Lunch  

Guest Sp...

Event Details

Saturday, June 27

Event Details

Saturday, June 27

9:00 AM -10:30 AM - Warm-up - KDC 105 - Corbin/Berman

11:00 AM -12:30 PM – Rehearsal - KDC 105 - Corbin/Berman

12:30 PM -1:30 PM - Lunch

Guest ...

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FAQs

  

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS for  

Paul Taylor American Modern Dance

Los Angeles Summer Intensive

Presented by CorbinDances

June 15 – June 27, 2020 

Classes are held at USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center 

849 West 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90089 


1) Do I need to audition to attend the Intensive? 

No, all you need to do is complete the application materials, have a teacher submit the evaluation form online and email a resume and headshot to rachelbermandance@gmail.com

Both the application and Teacher Evaluation are located on the Paul Taylor American Modern Dance website which you can link through http://www.ptamdinfo.org/school/intensives/summer-intensive/

Please have a mentor or a teacher with whom you take class often complete the Teacher Evaluation Form


2) When will I hear about my acceptance?

Once your application is compete you will get an email from Rachel regarding your acceptance. (We are only accepting full-time applications. A complete 2- week commitment is expected of those accepted.)


3) Student ages for the intensive? How many students are in each class? 

Dancers must be 16 years of age for the intensive.  Most participants are in High School or College. The class/ group size is capped at 30 dancers.  


4) For making travel arrangements:

The Intensive registration check-in and welcome will be at 8:00 AM on Monday, June 15, before your first class. The Intensive will end at approximately 5:30 PM on the final day, Saturday, June 27- after the repertory showing. You are responsible for making your own travel arrangements to and from the Intensive. (LAX is the closest airport)


5) How is the day structured? 

Classes are Monday-Saturday June 15-June 27. 9:00 AM-5:45 PM

· Ballet or Funkamentals class (1.5 hours)

· Taylor-style Modern technique class (1.5 hours)

· Lunch hour in the glorious outdoor courtyard and informal discussions/ lectures on a variety of dance topics (1 hour)

· Afternoon learning Taylor repertory from distinguished Taylor Company alumni Patrick Corbin and Rachel Berman  (3 hours)

· Cool down/ restorative yoga class (1 hour)

The final day there will be an open studio showing of the repertory excerpts learned. 


6) What kinds of additional activities are there? 

Screenings of video excerpts of Taylor repertoire, other relevant films and a showing of the academy-award nominated Taylor Documentary DANCEMAKER. Discussions on a variety of topics with guest speakers range from college programs and their application process, audition tips, dance as a profession, and injury prevention.


7) What should I bring? 

Please come prepared to dance with plenty of dance clothes; a Yoga/Pilates mat; a reusable water-bottle; kneepads; good walking shoes for exploring the USC Campus and USC Village; clothes for sunny SoCal weather (bikini?), and an open mind and a positive attitude! 


8) Is room and board provided? 

If you need, there is housing available on campus through USC Housing coordinated by CorbinDances. Linens and towels are provided and an adult RA will live on site in the dorms with students.


Double occupancy (two people per room sharing a multi-room suite)

$47.88 per person per night x 14 = $654.36 + PayPal online transaction fee = $675.00

Single occupancy (one person per room sharing a multi-room suite)

$52.00 per person per night + 14% LA City bed tax = $59.28 per person per night x 14 = $829.92 + PayPal online transaction fee = $856.00

(you may also pay for housing by check)

Check-in: Sunday, June 14, between 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM.

Check-out: Sunday, June 28 by 12:00 PM.


9) Should I bring lunch every day, or will I be able to leave and buy food nearby? 

There are several food options in the USC Village just across the street from the Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center including several cafes, Starbucks, Target and Trader Joe’s. You may bring a lunch, but there are no refrigerators available, so pack accordingly.


10) Is there a dress code? 

There is no dress code. Please wear dance wear you will feel comfortable moving in that is appropriate for class (i.e., fitted clothes, so that teachers can see your body alignment). For the showing you may want a variety of your favorite colored and black practice/dance clothes.


11) Are there showings? Can I invite my friends? 

There is one showing at the end of the week on Saturday afternoon- June 27- at 3:30 PM, definitely invite family and friends! 


12)  How many different works will we learn? 

You will learn three to six excerpts from Mr. Taylor’s repertory in the 2 weeks. 


13) What happens if I get sick? Or am running late?

Call one of your directors: Rachel Berman 323-770-6024 or Patrick Corbin 917-847-7216, Remember, the rehearsal process runs smoothly when everyone is present. We are also here for your safety and wellbeing and to answer any questions you may have. 

We look forward to dancing with you!

FAQs

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS LA2020 (pdf)

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