Best Skate Camp Ever!
February 18th, 2012 by Beth Woronoff

Ice Dance Camp is a unique and fun way to spend a hot August week.

Saugerties Skate Camp, Ice skate Saugerties

August 26th -30th  2013 

Geared toward the athletic and creative child or adult.  Participants increase strenghth and flexibilty during yoga, pilates and conditioning classes.  Traditional Skating skills are taught along side creative movement and dance choreography for the ice.  Dance classes, costume design and video presentations of a vast array of inspiring performing arts are shown.
Participants are placed in varying levels based on thier age, skill and experience.
Price: $300                         
Register before July 15 and take $25 off

Click here to download registration form

This is a rare opportunity that you will not want to miss!
Intermediate and Advanced
12:00-12:45   Lunch Time “Show and Tell”
1:00-1:40       Edges Class
1:40-2:10      Jumps and Spins
2:15- 3:00     Dance Class
3:00-3:15      Break/Snack
3:15-4:00      Choreography
Tots and Beginners
12:00-12:45   Lunch Time “Show and Tell”
1:00-1:45       Dance Class
2:00-2:15      Free Skate
2:15-3:00      Basic Skills Class
3:00-3:15      Break/Snack
3:15-4:00      Skills/Choreography
Alizah Allen- Two time Regional Champion and two time National Competitor in Championship Ladies.
Elisa Angeli – Principal skater with Ice Theater of New York and Giaccio Spettacolo based in Italy.
Patrick Connelly – Six time National Ice Dance competitor and principal with Ice Theater of New York.
Ashley Duenas – Former member of the American Ice Theater, current member of Ice Theater of New York.
Alicia Jackson – Member of the next Ice Age and Ice Theater of New York
Marsha Synder – Three time US national gold medalist and ISU World competitor in Synchronized skating.
Teachers are still sending in final confirmations, more may be added or replaced.
BETH WORONOFF is the Founder and Director of the Boundless Edge Ensemble and Skating School.  She has over 20 years of Ice Skating teaching experience.  Beth is a former Ensemble Member, Choreographic Contributor and Program Director of the Ice Theatre of New York.  While with ITNY Beth skated works by well known dance choreographers including Ann Carlson, David Dorfman, Donlin Foreman and Lar Lubovitch. Beth has performed throughout the U.S. and Canada, and appeared on National Television at events alongside well-known skaters such as John Curry, Gary Beacom, Toller Cranston, Dorothy Hamill, Scott Hamilton, Nancy Kerrigan and Sarah Hughes.  She has also performed on dry land with “A Perfect Gift, All that is Jazz”, directed by Sara Street and with clyde forth Visual Theatre.   Beth is the recipient of three NYFA SOS grants for choreography and movement studies and a 2012 NYFA MARK Bootcamp participant. While developing her skating and dance career, Beth earned an undergraduate degree from New York University and then a Masters of Architecture degree from Parsons School of Design. Born in Honolulu Hawaii, Beth grew up in Manhattan, in October of 2002 she moved upstate, first to Hunter, then to Woodstock and finally to Accord, NY.

A bit about Boundless Edge…
The Boundless Edge Ice Dance Ensemble and School began in 2002 with 6 students and a single performance held at the Saugerties Kiwanis Ice Arena.  Currently, the school has over 30 students enrolled, many of whom take class 2 or 3 times each week.  Over the years our performance seasons have included appearances at Mohonk on Ice on Ice with Oksana Baiul and Nancy Kerrigan, the New Works and Young Artists series presented by the Ice Theatre of New York, Milford Pennsylvania’s Winter Lights Festival, New Paltz Winter Carnival along with two annual performances at our home rink.  Our incredible guest performers have included Elin Schran’s, Boston Ice Theatre, Katherine Healy and David Lu of The Ice Theatre of New York, Gregory Wittrock, Performance Artist and Ksenia Makarova, Russian National champion. 
Your teachers are all current professional skaters performing in NYC and around the world, they will be in Saugerties for the Frozen Feet Theater Residency. 
Information about some of the teachers is below.



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