The 11th Finland


International Summer Ballet  School


About Dance Classes


The Ballet Summer School Programme Helsinki includes education in:


Ballet Training / Master Class ( 12 classes of 90 minutes ) 

Pointe / Variation / Repertoire Class  (  10 classes of 60 minutesin in Helsinki )

Character Dance  ( 10 classes of 90 minutes in Helsinki )

Contemporary/ jazz-dance ( 10 classes of 75 minutes in Helsinki )

Final Public Presentation


Ballet and character dance training, variations and repertoire are based on Russian ballet methods and choreographies of Russian repertoire.


There will be 2 levels of Summer Ballet School education:


Intermediate/Young students aged from 11-15+


Advanced /Professional students aged from 15 - 25+



Classes will be given in English except a few dance classes, which will be given in Russian with translation to English/Finnish.



Arrival day 28th June/ Departure Day 12th July.


The Summer Ballet School will culminate in a final Public Presentation on 11th of July in Helsinki.










Summer Ballet School Fee for 1 week in Helsinki: 295-395 eur



Summer Ballet School Fee for 2 weeks:   545 eur




More options in the Application.



The Fees need to be transferred before June 25th to the Ballet Summer School Bank Account.




Accommodation and meals


The cost of accommodation and meals is not included in the Summer Ballet School Fees.


There will be pre-reserved hotel rooms and special prices for Summer Ballet School participants.


Hotel prices & booking:


Helsinki  -  special offers in the Application Form.



Prices include breakfast, sheets and towels.  All rooms are equipped with shower, private WC, internet access and Wi-Fi.



Lunch will be organized in restaurants near the studios.



Drinkable water is available in ballet studios for free.





Transportation in Helsinki is included in the Summer Ballet School Fee:


Transfer for students from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport to the hotel on the day of arrival ( 28th of June ).



The hotel in Helsinki is situated approximately 20-30 minutes by public transportation. A weekly travel ticket for public transportations costs 28 eur. 





There are several other activities available free of charge in Helsinki.




It is mandatory that participants have their personal health, travel and accident insurance. The organization will not be held responsible for any damage or injury, however caused, to any person attending the course of third parties, nor for the loss of property, on or off the premises