Upcoming Seminars

Upcoming Artistic Skating Seminars at Non-AIT Satellite Locations

American Ice Theatre is pleased to offer upcoming contemporary and artistic skating seminars. These are scheduled around the country, some through our AIT Satellite Locations and others at the invitation of various rinks and clubs.


Our seminars are open to skaters of nearly all ages and levels. Browse the list below or view our calendar for the complete schedule and find a seminar near you. Or, learn how to bring an AIT seminar to your area!


Upcoming Seminars at our AIT Satellite Locations

Throughout the year, our AIT satellite locations offer seasonal contemporary skating seminars. These are open to skaters ages 8+ and level Freeskate 1 and above.

Upcoming AIT Boston Seminar

  • Date: Saturday, August 13
  • Time: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
  • Location: Veterans Memorial Ice Arena
    • 570 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA
  • Registration Fee: $40
  • Open to all skaters ages 8+ and levels Freeskate 1+

domača stranJoin us for the AIT Boston Summer Seminar featuring guest artist, Brooke Frieling, alongside AIT Boston Director, Kate McSwain. We will explore core body movement, creative composition, improv, and learn a choreo combo.


Upcoming AIT Chicago Seminar

The AIT Chicago Seasonal Seminar details & information will be coming soon.


Upcoming AIT CLEVELAND SEMINAR

Emotion in Motion

  • Date: Friday, August 12
  • Time: 3:00pm-5:00pm
  • Location: Center Ice Sports Complex
    • 8319 Port Jackson Ave NW
      North Canton, OH 44720
  • Registration Fee: $40
  • Open to all skaters ages 8+ and levels Freeskate 1+

The Cleveland AIT Summer Seminar will be led by Cleveland AIT director, Elizabeth Misson. The seminar, titled “Emotion in Motion” will uncover ways to layer different types of movements and choreographic processes using various types of music and emotions.


Upcoming AIT Detroit Seminar

Movement and Projection

  • Date: Tuesday, August 23
  • Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
  • Location: Suburban Ice Macomb
    • 54755 Broughton Rd. Macomb, MI 48042
  • Registration Fee: $40
  • Open to all skaters ages 8+ and levels Freeskate 1+

The AIT Detroit Summer Seminar will be led by guest artist, Daniel Palmeri and AIT Detroit Director, Hazel Dodson. The seminar is titled “Movement and Projection” and will explore how to use core body movements to develop a character, feeling, or theme in order to enhance an overall skating performance. Daniel is the Skating Director at Suburban Ice Rochester, a 5-time US Adult Figure Skating Champion, a principle performer with Disney on Ice, and a World Figure Skating Hall of Fame inductee.


Upcoming AIT NYC Seminar

The AIT NYC Seasonal Seminar details & information will be coming soon.


Upcoming AIT NEW HAMPSHIRE Seminar

The AIT New Hampshire Seasonal Seminar details & information will be coming soon.


Upcoming AIT MSP Seminar

  • Date: Saturday, August 27
  • Time: 12:00pm-2:00pm
  • Location: St. Louis Park Rec Center
    • 3700 Monterey Dr
      St Louis Park, MN 55416
  • Registration Fee: $60
  • Open to all skaters ages 8+ and levels Freeskate 1+

This seminar will be led by AIT Minneapolis-St. Paul Assistant Director Joey Millet, with special Guest Skaters Cameron Claire, and Elise Little


Upcoming AIT PHOENIX Seminar

“I AM…”

  • Date: Saturday, September 17
  • Time: 1:00pm – 3:20pm
  • Location: Oceanside Ice Arena
    • 1520 N. McClintock Dr. Tempe, AZ 85281
  • Registration Fee: $55
  • Open to all skaters ages 8+ and levels Freeskate 1+

The AIT Phoenix Summer Seminar will be led by AIT Phoenix Director, Jacqueline Benson. This seminar is titled “I AM…” and will focus on the use of affirmations to channel vulnerability and authenticity into movement exploration. The first portion of the seminar will be off ice from 1:00pm – 1:40pm and the second portion of the seminar will be on ice from 1:50pm – 3:20pm.


Want more educational opportunities with AIT? View our calendar or learn how to bring an AIT seminar to your area!

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