Apply to BalletX's Choreographic Fellowship Program!

Exciting news for emerging choreographers and Trey McIntyre fans. This week, Philadelphia's BalletX announced a Choreographic Fellowship Program that will pair a selected emerging choreographer with Trey McIntyre to create two works for BalletX’s 2015-2016 ten year anniversary season - one by McIntyre and one by the Fellow.


McIntyre, founder of the Trey McIntyre Project, has created critically-acclaimed works for American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Miami City Ballet, and more. He will primarily serve as a mentor to the new artist, but the program allows for exchange in both directions and dialogue between the two choreographers.


Interested? Apply here by July 15th. A panel of leaders in the dance world will review applications and announce the Fellow by early August.

 

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