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NYCB Children’s Access Workshop

for ages 4-12

Saturday • Jul 13, 2024 • 10:00am

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Join the artist of NYCB for this movement workshop designed especially for children ages 4-12 with disabilities and/or movement disorders. This one-hour workshop will be co-led by a pair of NYCB Dancers and will include a warm-up and choreography inspired by one of the ballets featured in the matinee performance that day. Modifications, including standing and seated movement options, will be offered throughout the event. Young movers of all abilities and their siblings are welcome.   


  • Workshop duration: 1 hour  
  • No prior dance experience needed! 
  • Recommended for ages 12 and under  
  • Please come dressed comfortably and ready to move. 
  • Please bring a bottle of water. Bottle refilling stations are available in the school.  
  • This workshop event is free to participants! A limited number of spots are available. 
  • Workshop will take place at the SPAC School of the Arts located behind the National Museum of Dance (99 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY) 
  • Arrival times: Please arrive 20 minutes before the start of class to ensure that you have time to park and sign in.   
  • Parking is available in the lot located on the south side of the museum building.   
  • Please only sign up the participant. Up to three family members/friends will be allowed to accompany each participant. 
  • A parent/guardian should be prepared to participate with their child in offering support throughout the workshop in terms of mobility and stability as needed. 


SPAC will be giving each participant up to 4 complimentary tickets to the 2pm performance of NYCB on Saturday, July 13. Each workshop participant counts as one of the four available tickets. Tickets will be distributed to you at the workshop. At least one of the complimentary seats will be wheelchair accessible. If you have any further seating requests, please contact the SPAC box office at 518-584-9330. 

Photos © Rosalie O’Connor

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