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BBASI Auditions


We welcome you to learn more about BBASI NY & CT Programs and sign up for our email list so that you can be notified in October when auditions for BBASI '24 will be announced.
Recognizing that we share one world and our future is interconnected, BBASI Programs are known for fostering dialogues of mutual understanding, respect, and shared values for ballet students and educators.

BBASI auditions are a great opportunity to meet Program staff. Respecting that dancers come from different training backgrounds and vary in age, each dancer is evaluated within the context of their individual abilities. Successful BBASI candidates demonstrate age-appropriate skills, musicality, commitment to achieving progress, and appreciation for a collaborative environment.  As the Academy is in session during the year, local teachers conduct the auditions. During BBASI, ballet classes are taught by the Bolshoi Ballet Academy's Teachers who travel exclusively from Moscow for the Program. 

Important 2023 Audition Policies

ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!  CAPACITY IS LIMITED FOR IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL AUDITIONS.

2023 Auditions

For in-person auditions, please check each specific location below for details. Registration will close Friday at 5pm EST prior to the audition. ON-SITE REGISTRATION IS SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. All virtual auditions will be conducted in EST. 
  • Will there be Final Performances and Observation Days at the end of the Programs?
    Programs are planned to have a Performance and/or Open Class Day. Please check specific Program description for details. Number of guests may be limited.
  • I am an advanced dancer, but am younger than 15 years old.  Can I be considered for the resident program in New York City?
    NYC housing regulations do not allow the Program to accommodate anyone under the age of 15 years. Additionally, in keeping with age-appropriate training, dancers who are not 15 years of age during the start of the Summer Intensive are not typically considered for BBASI NY.
  • Will Bolshoi Ballet Academy's Teachers be coming for the Summer 2023?
    The 2023 Programs are planned, as in the past, with Academy's Teachers traveling from Moscow to be part of BBASI Programs. In recognition of the current logistical challenges, ASE has secured advance necessary official support for the required US Visa process and all dates are officially confirmed by the Academy. We are looking forward to welcoming our teachers to share their 250 year training pedagogy and unparalleled knowledge with BBASI participants.
  • Can I commute to the NY or the CT program or do I have to live in the residences?
    Both the New York City and Connecticut programs have a Day Student option. Enrollment in Program housing is not a requirement.
  • How are placement levels determined for the accepted dancers?
    Dancers are placed in levels appropriate for their age while taking their current training level into consideration. The audition process and/or past enrollment in a BBASI program serve only as a limited indicator for dancer's group placement. All dancers are evaluated during the first few days of the program and placement may be adjusted at the exclusive discretion of the program.
  • How many dancers are in a class?
    Traditionally BBASI groups are subject to the studio sizes, but average around 30 dancers.
  • Is there an option for private instruction during the Summer Intensive?
    Enrolled dancers will be able to sign up for private instruction with the Academy Teachers for an additional fee, subject to availability. Detailed information will be made available closer to program start.
  • Are there scholarships available for dancers who have been accepted into the Summer Intensive?
    ASE offers a number of different types of scholarship opportunities. Please visit FAQ Page - Scholarships Tab for full details.
  • Will I be able to choose where I live in New York and be able to select roommates in New York and at the Loomis Chaffee School?
    Registered dancers will receive a Program Manual closer to summer time and will be able to select roommate preferences. The Program makes its best effort to meet such requests, but cannot make any guarantees.
  • Are there medical and other program forms required for enrollment?
    Important program manuals and forms will be provided to BBASI NY & BBASI CT families during March. All programs (except TCP) have a thorough medical review process, which requires a Physician’s Report to be completed by the dancer’s regular physician and then be reviewed by the Program. If you will be requesting an exemption from immunizations, you MUST contact the program in advance.
  • What does BBASI look for at auditions?
    BBASI Programs welcome dancers from a variety of training backgrounds and schools. At the audition we look for a dancer to demonstrate their commitment to working hard in class, musicality, age appropriate training/technique, and a positive attitude. A successful BBASI Program participant is one who is vested in spending 3-6 weeks in an environment which is non-competitive, culturally diverse, fosters friendships, offers many valuable opportunities/activities, and where ALL are expected to work hard to achieve individual progress in ballet training. All Participants are expected to be mature, focused, able to function independently and responsibly at all times and respect all members of the BBASI community.
  • How do I register for a 2023 audition?
    Please refer to the Auditions page for details on in-person, virtual, and video options offered. To register for the proper age group, please be guided by your age as of June 26, 2023. New families must create a profile on the Program's Portal. Returning families should use their existing profile on the Program's Portal.
  • Are video auditions accepted?
    While attending an in-person or virtual audition is highly encouraged, video auditions are accepted when a dancer can’t attend either of these options. You must register for a video audition first and then submit your video in accordance with the Program's instructions. BBASI accepts video auditions in the form of links (uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, etc). For instructions on registering and uploading a video audition, please visit the Auditions Page.
  • Is there a fee to audition?
    The Audition fee for 2022 is $40 for In-Person Advance Registration / Virtual and $45 for Video / In-person On-site Registration. All Fees are non-refundable. Please visit the Auditions Page for more information.
  • What should a dancer expect at a in-person or virtual audition?
    BBASI auditions are organized as a ballet technique class which will include barre and center work. For female dancers who have been training on pointe for 3 months or longer, there will be a section on pointe. Male and Female dancers audition together, but older male dancers will be requested to showcase some separate skills. As the Bolshoi Ballet Academy is in session, the auditions are taught by local teachers and not Academy Teachers. For more details visit the Auditions Page.
  • How should a dancer prepare for an audition?
    Please make sure your headshot and first arabesque photo are uploaded to the Program Portal! Please make sure you have stable access to the internet for the Zoom class if virtual. Attire code: Female dancers should wear a black leotard and pink tights. Prepare your pointe shoes if you have been training for a minimum of 3 months. Hair should be in a bun or secured out of the dancer's face. Male dancers should wear dark tights/shoes and a white fitted shirt. Hair should be neat and secured out of the dancer's face.
  • What are the requirements for a video audition?
    Video auditions should be no longer than 10 minutes long and filmed within 3 months of your submission date. Video audition requirements depend on dancer's age specific requirements CLICK HERE.
  • When will I be notified of my audition results?
    You will be notified within 2 weeks of your audition via the email provided at registration. Please make sure to provide an accurate email and check it regularly. If after two weeks you have still not heard from BBASI, please email your Program contact. Individual feedback on performance at the audition will not be provided.
  • Is there a limit to how many times I can audition?
    Dancers who desire to re-audition may do so.
  • When will waitlisted dancers be notified of possible acceptance?
    Those who are waitlisted will be notified via email ONLY in the event that their status changes. Program staff will start reviewing waitlisted candidates in mid-March. If a BBASI program is your dancer's first choice, please feel free to email that information to the Program Director.
  • If I have a birthday before the start of the audition, should I attend the audition for the age I am now, or will be during the audition?
    You should audition with the age group you will be in by the start of the program, June 26, 2023. If you are 9-14 you will be considered for the BBASI CT (9-15) program. If you are 15, you are eligible to audition and will be considered for BBASI CT (9-15) and BBASI NY (15+). If you are 16+ you will be considered for BBASI NY (15+).
  • Which BBASI program should I choose for my 15-year-old Dancer?
    BBASI offers two Program options for 15 yr old dancers. We welcome you to read more about the differences and similarities between the programs in this helpful chart.
  • What type of scholarship support is offered for BBASI NY and BBASI CT Programs?
    The Bolshoi Ballet Academy Summer Intensive is a selective program which offers its Participants a one of a kind, unparalleled training and cross-cultural opportunity with the leading teachers of the Bolshoi Ballet Academy who have trained and continue to train some of the biggest stars on the world’s ballet stages. Because of our commitment to limited classes and high caliber of program which involves bringing teachers from overseas, only a small number of scholarship opportunities are available as follows: MERIT-BASED FOR EXTRAORDINARY TALENT – ASE recognizes the enormous talent and dedication of many students interested in its Programs. A limited number of merit-based scholarships are offered through the Youth America Grand Prix Competition. For further information and registration please visit YAGP.org. ASE may award a limited number of merit-based scholarships to students participating in its live auditions. Such awards are by invitation only. NEED-BASED FOR EXTRAORDINARY TALENT – ASE recognizes that some extraordinarily talented students are prohibited from participating due to financial constraints. In such cases, ASE suggests that ACCEPTED families contact the BBASI Program IN ADVANCE OF THE ENROLLMENT DEADLINE. Request for financial aid must be accompanied by the following: Two (2) most recent official and filed Federal Tax Returns. Please do not submit W-2 or 1099 forms and black out your SS#. Any submitted narrative should be no longer than one page. Please verify that your 2023 Headshot and First-Arabesque photo are uploaded to your BBASI Dashboard Please send all to the Coordinating Director for the specific Program you are applying. Contact information is listed on the respective Program page. PLEASE AWAIT PROGRAM’S RESPONSE PRIOR TO REGISTERING. The response will be sent to the email address(es) on file. TRAINING AND PERFORMING SCHOLARSHIP AT THE MOSCOW BOLSHOI BALLET ACADEMY – TBA for 2023 - ASE is proud of its tradition of awarding full scholarships for one female and one male student from its summer program to travel to Moscow, train for 2 weeks at the Academy, and perform in a Gala Performance alongside Academy's students. The recipients are selected during the Summer Intensive by the Program’s Master Teachers and ASE Executive Staff. To be eligible, the student must successfully complete the six-week program. *1st Place Male and Female Winner will be provided with visa support, economy air travel from NYC to Moscow and back, accommodations at the Academy, and training at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy for a 2 week period;**2nd Place Male and Female Winner assumes all costs associated with the travel. All scholarships are subject to availability.
  • Anthony Quinn Foundation Scholarships for High School Students
    The Anthony Quinn Foundation offers merit based scholarships for Pre-College summer programs in the arts and recognizes BBASI programs for consideration of applicants. Candidates should carefully review all information provided on their website https://aqfoundation.org/scholarships. Please note that this opportunity is not affiliated with ASE/BBASI.
  • International Education Week Scholarship
    The International Education Week (IEW), is a joint initiative between the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education that celebrates the exploration and appreciation of diverse cultures in today’s global world. As part of the ASE / BBASI family, participants experience firsthand the impact of a cultural exchange. In support of IEW's mission, ASE engages all of our BBASI and NSLIY Program participants, past and present, to participate and awards Finalists $250 for outstanding presentations. The next opportunity will be announced early October 2023 to all Program alumni in good standing. *While participation in this opportunity is voluntary, ASE reserves the right to consider alumni's IEW scholarship participation if they apply for any future scholarship/support for BBASI Programs.
  • ASE's Training and Performing Scholarship at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy
    TBD for 2023. ASE is proud of its tradition of awarding full scholarships for one female and one male student from its summer program to travel to Moscow, train for 2 weeks at the Academy, and perform in a Gala Performance alongside the Academy's students. The recipients are selected during the Summer Intensive by the Program’s Teachers and ASE Executive Staff. To be eligible, the student must successfully complete the six-week program. *1st Place Male and Female Winner will be provided with visa support, economy air travel from NYC to Moscow and back, accommodations at the Academy, and training at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy for a 2 week period;**2nd Place Male and Female Winners assume all costs associated with the opportunity.
  • The Connecticut Classic
    The Official Connecticut Classic Ballet Scholarship Competition offers merit based scholarships for pre-professional ballet students giving the participants a stepping stone towards national and international competitions. Candidates should carefully review all information provided on their website https://theconnecticutclassic.com/.
  • Who do I contact for further questions?
    Please contact the specific Program Director for the Program that you are interested in. Full contact information is available on the Program page.
  • If I was offered a scholarship in previous years, does that scholarship carry over to the current year?
    No, scholarships are honored only for the year they were awarded, however, we welcome dancers to audition for the Program again, and families can indicate if they are interested in scholarships for the current year.
  • Will there be Final Performances and Observation Days at the end of the Programs?
    Programs are planned to have a Performance and/or Open Class Day. Please check specific Program description for details. Number of guests may be limited.
  • I am an advanced dancer, but am younger than 15 years old.  Can I be considered for the resident program in New York City?
    NYC housing regulations do not allow the Program to accommodate anyone under the age of 15 years. Additionally, in keeping with age-appropriate training, dancers who are not 15 years of age during the start of the Summer Intensive are not typically considered for BBASI NY.
  • Will Bolshoi Ballet Academy's Teachers be coming for the Summer 2023?
    The 2023 Programs are planned, as in the past, with Academy's Teachers traveling from Moscow to be part of BBASI Programs. In recognition of the current logistical challenges, ASE has secured advance necessary official support for the required US Visa process and all dates are officially confirmed by the Academy. We are looking forward to welcoming our teachers to share their 250 year training pedagogy and unparalleled knowledge with BBASI participants.
  • Can I commute to the NY or the CT program or do I have to live in the residences?
    Both the New York City and Connecticut programs have a Day Student option. Enrollment in Program housing is not a requirement.
  • How are placement levels determined for the accepted dancers?
    Dancers are placed in levels appropriate for their age while taking their current training level into consideration. The audition process and/or past enrollment in a BBASI program serve only as a limited indicator for dancer's group placement. All dancers are evaluated during the first few days of the program and placement may be adjusted at the exclusive discretion of the program.
  • How many dancers are in a class?
    Traditionally BBASI groups are subject to the studio sizes, but average around 30 dancers.
  • Is there an option for private instruction during the Summer Intensive?
    Enrolled dancers will be able to sign up for private instruction with the Academy Teachers for an additional fee, subject to availability. Detailed information will be made available closer to program start.
  • Are there scholarships available for dancers who have been accepted into the Summer Intensive?
    ASE offers a number of different types of scholarship opportunities. Please visit FAQ Page - Scholarships Tab for full details.
  • Will I be able to choose where I live in New York and be able to select roommates in New York and at the Loomis Chaffee School?
    Registered dancers will receive a Program Manual closer to summer time and will be able to select roommate preferences. The Program makes its best effort to meet such requests, but cannot make any guarantees.
  • Are there medical and other program forms required for enrollment?
    Important program manuals and forms will be provided to BBASI NY & BBASI CT families during March. All programs (except TCP) have a thorough medical review process, which requires a Physician’s Report to be completed by the dancer’s regular physician and then be reviewed by the Program. If you will be requesting an exemption from immunizations, you MUST contact the program in advance.
  • What does BBASI look for at auditions?
    BBASI Programs welcome dancers from a variety of training backgrounds and schools. At the audition we look for a dancer to demonstrate their commitment to working hard in class, musicality, age appropriate training/technique, and a positive attitude. A successful BBASI Program participant is one who is vested in spending 3-6 weeks in an environment which is non-competitive, culturally diverse, fosters friendships, offers many valuable opportunities/activities, and where ALL are expected to work hard to achieve individual progress in ballet training. All Participants are expected to be mature, focused, able to function independently and responsibly at all times and respect all members of the BBASI community.
  • How do I register for a 2023 audition?
    Please refer to the Auditions page for details on in-person, virtual, and video options offered. To register for the proper age group, please be guided by your age as of June 26, 2023. New families must create a profile on the Program's Portal. Returning families should use their existing profile on the Program's Portal.
  • Are video auditions accepted?
    While attending an in-person or virtual audition is highly encouraged, video auditions are accepted when a dancer can’t attend either of these options. You must register for a video audition first and then submit your video in accordance with the Program's instructions. BBASI accepts video auditions in the form of links (uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, etc). For instructions on registering and uploading a video audition, please visit the Auditions Page.
  • Is there a fee to audition?
    The Audition fee for 2022 is $40 for In-Person Advance Registration / Virtual and $45 for Video / In-person On-site Registration. All Fees are non-refundable. Please visit the Auditions Page for more information.
  • What should a dancer expect at a in-person or virtual audition?
    BBASI auditions are organized as a ballet technique class which will include barre and center work. For female dancers who have been training on pointe for 3 months or longer, there will be a section on pointe. Male and Female dancers audition together, but older male dancers will be requested to showcase some separate skills. As the Bolshoi Ballet Academy is in session, the auditions are taught by local teachers and not Academy Teachers. For more details visit the Auditions Page.
  • How should a dancer prepare for an audition?
    Please make sure your headshot and first arabesque photo are uploaded to the Program Portal! Please make sure you have stable access to the internet for the Zoom class if virtual. Attire code: Female dancers should wear a black leotard and pink tights. Prepare your pointe shoes if you have been training for a minimum of 3 months. Hair should be in a bun or secured out of the dancer's face. Male dancers should wear dark tights/shoes and a white fitted shirt. Hair should be neat and secured out of the dancer's face.
  • What are the requirements for a video audition?
    Video auditions should be no longer than 10 minutes long and filmed within 3 months of your submission date. Video audition requirements depend on dancer's age specific requirements CLICK HERE.
  • When will I be notified of my audition results?
    You will be notified within 2 weeks of your audition via the email provided at registration. Please make sure to provide an accurate email and check it regularly. If after two weeks you have still not heard from BBASI, please email your Program contact. Individual feedback on performance at the audition will not be provided.
  • Is there a limit to how many times I can audition?
    Dancers who desire to re-audition may do so.
  • When will waitlisted dancers be notified of possible acceptance?
    Those who are waitlisted will be notified via email ONLY in the event that their status changes. Program staff will start reviewing waitlisted candidates in mid-March. If a BBASI program is your dancer's first choice, please feel free to email that information to the Program Director.
  • If I have a birthday before the start of the audition, should I attend the audition for the age I am now, or will be during the audition?
    You should audition with the age group you will be in by the start of the program, June 26, 2023. If you are 9-14 you will be considered for the BBASI CT (9-15) program. If you are 15, you are eligible to audition and will be considered for BBASI CT (9-15) and BBASI NY (15+). If you are 16+ you will be considered for BBASI NY (15+).
  • Which BBASI program should I choose for my 15-year-old Dancer?
    BBASI offers two Program options for 15 yr old dancers. We welcome you to read more about the differences and similarities between the programs in this helpful chart.
  • What type of scholarship support is offered for BBASI NY and BBASI CT Programs?
    The Bolshoi Ballet Academy Summer Intensive is a selective program which offers its Participants a one of a kind, unparalleled training and cross-cultural opportunity with the leading teachers of the Bolshoi Ballet Academy who have trained and continue to train some of the biggest stars on the world’s ballet stages. Because of our commitment to limited classes and high caliber of program which involves bringing teachers from overseas, only a small number of scholarship opportunities are available as follows: MERIT-BASED FOR EXTRAORDINARY TALENT – ASE recognizes the enormous talent and dedication of many students interested in its Programs. A limited number of merit-based scholarships are offered through the Youth America Grand Prix Competition. For further information and registration please visit YAGP.org. ASE may award a limited number of merit-based scholarships to students participating in its live auditions. Such awards are by invitation only. NEED-BASED FOR EXTRAORDINARY TALENT – ASE recognizes that some extraordinarily talented students are prohibited from participating due to financial constraints. In such cases, ASE suggests that ACCEPTED families contact the BBASI Program IN ADVANCE OF THE ENROLLMENT DEADLINE. Request for financial aid must be accompanied by the following: Two (2) most recent official and filed Federal Tax Returns. Please do not submit W-2 or 1099 forms and black out your SS#. Any submitted narrative should be no longer than one page. Please verify that your 2023 Headshot and First-Arabesque photo are uploaded to your BBASI Dashboard Please send all to the Coordinating Director for the specific Program you are applying. Contact information is listed on the respective Program page. PLEASE AWAIT PROGRAM’S RESPONSE PRIOR TO REGISTERING. The response will be sent to the email address(es) on file. TRAINING AND PERFORMING SCHOLARSHIP AT THE MOSCOW BOLSHOI BALLET ACADEMY – TBA for 2023 - ASE is proud of its tradition of awarding full scholarships for one female and one male student from its summer program to travel to Moscow, train for 2 weeks at the Academy, and perform in a Gala Performance alongside Academy's students. The recipients are selected during the Summer Intensive by the Program’s Master Teachers and ASE Executive Staff. To be eligible, the student must successfully complete the six-week program. *1st Place Male and Female Winner will be provided with visa support, economy air travel from NYC to Moscow and back, accommodations at the Academy, and training at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy for a 2 week period;**2nd Place Male and Female Winner assumes all costs associated with the travel. All scholarships are subject to availability.
  • Anthony Quinn Foundation Scholarships for High School Students
    The Anthony Quinn Foundation offers merit based scholarships for Pre-College summer programs in the arts and recognizes BBASI programs for consideration of applicants. Candidates should carefully review all information provided on their website https://aqfoundation.org/scholarships. Please note that this opportunity is not affiliated with ASE/BBASI.
  • International Education Week Scholarship
    The International Education Week (IEW), is a joint initiative between the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education that celebrates the exploration and appreciation of diverse cultures in today’s global world. As part of the ASE / BBASI family, participants experience firsthand the impact of a cultural exchange. In support of IEW's mission, ASE engages all of our BBASI and NSLIY Program participants, past and present, to participate and awards Finalists $250 for outstanding presentations. The next opportunity will be announced early October 2023 to all Program alumni in good standing. *While participation in this opportunity is voluntary, ASE reserves the right to consider alumni's IEW scholarship participation if they apply for any future scholarship/support for BBASI Programs.
  • ASE's Training and Performing Scholarship at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy
    TBD for 2023. ASE is proud of its tradition of awarding full scholarships for one female and one male student from its summer program to travel to Moscow, train for 2 weeks at the Academy, and perform in a Gala Performance alongside the Academy's students. The recipients are selected during the Summer Intensive by the Program’s Teachers and ASE Executive Staff. To be eligible, the student must successfully complete the six-week program. *1st Place Male and Female Winner will be provided with visa support, economy air travel from NYC to Moscow and back, accommodations at the Academy, and training at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy for a 2 week period;**2nd Place Male and Female Winners assume all costs associated with the opportunity.
  • The Connecticut Classic
    The Official Connecticut Classic Ballet Scholarship Competition offers merit based scholarships for pre-professional ballet students giving the participants a stepping stone towards national and international competitions. Candidates should carefully review all information provided on their website https://theconnecticutclassic.com/.
  • Who do I contact for further questions?
    Please contact the specific Program Director for the Program that you are interested in. Full contact information is available on the Program page.
  • If I was offered a scholarship in previous years, does that scholarship carry over to the current year?
    No, scholarships are honored only for the year they were awarded, however, we welcome dancers to audition for the Program again, and families can indicate if they are interested in scholarships for the current year.
Video Auditions
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Enrollment for all female groups is now closed. If you would like to be considered, you may enroll for a video audition on Waitlist and submit your video - no representations are being made upon submission. If there will be a possibility for consideration of your dancer, you will be contacted directly. Please DO NOT contact us.  Limited enrollment is still available for male dancers, subject to session availability.

 

BBASI welcomes students from all over the world.  Participant families regularly represent Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, France, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Panama, Portugal, Romania, Russia, South Korea,  Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Venezuela, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom. Int'l students should monitor home country and US travel guidance.

To register for an audition:

Advance registration is highly recommended as capacity will be capped for all audition sessions.   

  1. Logging In:

    • New families will be prompted to create a profile on the Program's Portal to register. When creating your account, dancer's profile photo will need to be uploaded to proceed with registration. INSTRUCTIONS HERE

    • Returning families should register using their existing profiles through the Parent Dashboard.

  2. Once logged in, click on the "enrollment" tab. You will be prompted to choose a date/time/age group and pay the audition fee.

  3. In selecting the proper age group, please be guided by dancer's age as of June 26, 2023 AND:

    • If your dancer is 12 years old and requires a barre to safely execute pointe work register for the 9-12 age group.​

    • If your dancer is 12 years old and does not require a barre to execute pointe work register for the 12-14 age group.

  4. Upload dancer's headshot and first arabesque photos according to the instructions in the Forms tab. This is important for dancer's evaluation process.

  5. If you have multiple dancers please register them separately.

Zoom Audition Information:
  • Subject to the most relevant official guidance at the time of the auditions: 

a) Teacher will conduct the class from a studio

b) Students may participate either from their own homes or from a dance studio. (Please only one student/zoom invitation)

  • Those registering prior to the deadline will receive their Zoom invitation link 48-72 hours prior to their audition. Those registering after the deadline, if capacity permits, will receive their Zoom invitation link about 1 hr prior to the audition.

  • BBASI's expectation that the dancer has thoroughly warmed up and stretched in advance.

    • If any injuries notify us in advance in writing and to self modify participation.

Notification of Results:

Results will be notified within 2 weeks from the date of your LIVE, VIRTUAL, or VIDEO audition, via the email you entered at registration.

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