Our dancers are given the opportunity to grow as artists in a protected and focused environment
The house manager lives on site and is on call around the clock, serving as a primary contact person for all residents.
All rooms are furnished with beds, a wardrobe, desk and chairs, and equipped with a small kitchenette and internet access. On each floor there is a fully equipped shared kitchen. The residents share four bathrooms (each with shower or bathtub) per floor. The twin rooms have en-suite bathrooms.
On the ground floor there are four offices for planning, administration and communications, as well as a ballet studio, bathroom and a cosy seating area in the foyer.
In the basement there is a laundry room with washing machines and dryers, bicycle storage and a luggage room. A TV room with sofas is a popular common room where residents can come together outside their own private rooms. In the attic there is a large room with a dance library and space for educational events or larger meetings.
A courtyard garden offers the young people space for outdoor activities. It is frequently used for barbecues and celebrations.
Opposite the main house there is a large dance studio – the “Konstanze-Vernon-Forum for Choreography and Ballet” – which also features dressing rooms, a small guest apartment and a large costume storage facility.
Several qualified pedagogues support the young residents in all aspects of their lives. In moments of crisis, both the house manager and the director are on call around the clock. Many residents attend German language classes in the evenings or take part in guitar lessons offered by one of the teachers in the hall of residence. We also offer recreational activities two to three times per week, as well as on weekends.
Sowing, tending, harvesting and eating together
Exploring Munich’s sights and districts together (such as Nymphenburg Palace, the Bavaria statue, the river Isar, the Hofbräuhaus…)
Visits to the Pinakothek and other museums, Hellabrunn Zoo, picnics in the English Garden and many more
Playing classic board and card games such as Uno, Rummy Cup, Skipo, Monopoly etc.
Cooking and baking
Cooking and baking together for special occasions or just the occasional every-day treat. For example, the young residents often make birthday cakes for each other.
Organising a yard sale
Planning celebrations and parties
In order to give the young people a sense of home, we celebrate their birthdays according to their own wishes. We also celebrate seasonal feasts such as Easter, St. Nicholas and Christmas (if the residents are present during these times).
Information events on specific topics
We invite specialists to talk about or give workshops on topics such as violence prevention, contraception, nutrition and addiction issues.
Attending dance performances
After admission to the Ballet Academy’s Bachelor Degree in Dance, interested parties will be put on a waiting list. Only after consultation between the Ballet Academy and the Heinz-Bosl-Stiftung is it possible for students to apply. Once this has taken place the Ballet Academy will forward the necessary admission criteria for our Boarding House. Please understand that places are strictly limited.
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