PAYMENT DUE DATES:

$2,325
$2,325
$4,650

$2325
$2325
$4650

Due: May 1st, 2017
Due: June 1st, 2017
Due: June 1st, 2017

Due: June 1st, 2017
Due: July 1st, 2017
Due: July 1st, 2017

 

SFNY SUMMER FAQs

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What makes SFNY's Summer Intensive different from other programs?

We understand there are many NYC programs from which to choose, and it can be difficult to select the right one for your desired experience. For us, it comes down to one-on-one time. Other programs can occupy between 20-40 students in one class. SFNY limits group classes to 8 students, plus 10 hours of private lessons per student. There is no other program that offers this kind of individualized time.

SFNY was built on the basis and encouragement of multiple sources of training. As such, we fully support the programs in NYC that help young artists build confidence through group exercises. If you're looking for a more relaxed, group-oriented and socially exciting program with emphasis on making friends, gaining stage confidence, and having fun, we recommend a different program. If you're looking for a more critical, personalized, attentive program with intensive skill building and networking opportunities to advance you to the highest level of individual vocal and acting abilities, SFNY is the place for you.

 

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What is the age group of participants?

SFNY is hand-selecting students of all grade levels (high school and college) to fill out summer classes. All students participating are considered to be professional-training level and will benefit from interacting with each other, in addition to receiving their own individual feedback.

 

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Is room and board provided?

SFNY does not provide housing or amenities. Travel and housing is the sole responsibility of the student.


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We're traveling from out of town. Do you have students who would want to share a room or know people who can rent a room?

While SFNY does not provide housing, all students will be connected via a Facebook group. We also recommend popular housing assistance programs such as Airbnb, Gypsy Housing (Facebook), or friends and family.


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Where will classes be held?

SFNY summer classes will take place mainly at Ripley Grier Studios, a premiere rehearsal studio in midtown New York City. All facilities are professionally maintained, educational, and professional environments easily accessible by public transit. Some classes may vary in location; students will be given advance notice for all locations.

 


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Will all of the artists listed on the website be teaching?

Exact summer artists are subject to availability. All SFNY classes and private lessons are taught by esteemed Broadway artists.


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What does the student need to prepare?

Each class has its own preparation requirements. In general, students should come with at least two (2) 1-minute monologues,
and two (2) 32-bar song cuts. Please check individual courses for specific preparation requirements.  


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Are parents allowed in classes?

To ensure the highest level of critical attention, parents are not allowed in classrooms. Parents and friends will be allowed to attend the recital
at the end of the second week.