Dance Medley Workshop

July 17–19, 2019

Boys and Girls, ages 11–18

Beginning and Intermediate


Wednesday, July 17, 2019
8:00–9:00 a.m.
Heritage Halls Bldg #27

For Registration questions call 877-221-6716 or 801-422-8925 on weekdays (8:00 a.m–5:00 p.m. MST), excluding holidays.

2019 Tuition

$335 Workshop Package (lunch included)
$490 Workshop Package with campus housing and meals

Love dance but don’t know where to start? Have you ever wanted to try a new style or genre of dance? Come to Dance Medley Camp and experience a three-day whirlwind of introductory dance classes that will be sure to open your eyes to the exhilarating diversity of movement that we call dance. From ballet to hip-hop and ballroom to tap, Dance Medley Camp offers a sample of the plethora of dance classes uniquely offered at BYU.

Experience quality professional instruction from BYU’s nationally recognized dance faculty and guest instructors. Participants will progress at their own pace in beginning- to intermediate-level dance in an uplifting environment that builds camaraderie and confidence.

Each day will include six hours of dance training in some of the finest facilities available. Classes are kept small so each participant receives personal attention and beneficial feedback. Dancers will grasp new dimensions in dance and gain a sense of individual worth as they acquire new skills and develop their individual stylization in composition and choreography. Dancers will then have an opportunity to showcase their learned skills and artistry in a closing informal showcase. During free time, on-campus participants will enjoy recreation provided by our friendly recreation counselors. Evening activities include going to a local water park, an evening dance, counselor games, and a chance to explore the beautiful BYU campus, shop at the BYU Store and visit the museums on campus.


  • Enjoy well-known faculty and staff conducting lectures and classes in choreography, composition, and repertory.
  • Have fun under the supervision of a trained residence hall and activity counselors.
  • Gain performance experience.
  • Receive 15 hours of classroom instruction.
  • Professional and positive faculty
  • Performance and creativity
  • Experience in various dance genres
  • Training in dance-making (choreography)
  • Possible master classes could include Costuming, Tap, Clog, African, Capoeira, Folk, and Laban Movement Analysis
  • Lectures, films, and demonstrations
  • Individual ability levels
  • Closing performance (informance)
  • Great campus recreation
  • Splash with friends at Seven Peaks Resort water park. Seven Peaks is back!

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