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CityDance School & Conservatory

The CityDance School & Conservatory offers a well-rounded curriculum of Vaganova ballet training and contemporary dance techniques rounded out by jazz, hip-hop and world dance forms. All classes are starting online with a limited number of classes offering a hybrid online/in-person model. Classes begin Monday, September 21.

New students, ages 9 and up, can join the CityDance School & Conservatory by attending a placement audition online October 17 or November 21! Faculty will observe students during the audition to provide them with the best placement and to set them up for a successful year! Every student who auditions will receive an individual class placement for the 2020 - 2021 season.

Email inquiry@citydance.net if you have any questions.

Find out more here: https://www.citydance.net/Training-Classes/School-and-Conservatory/Conservatory

CityDance Conservatory students are accepted into top summer dance programs such as Nederlands Dans Theater Summer Intensive, American Ballet Theatre, Batsheva's Summer Course, Bolshoi Ballet Academy, Ballet West, Jacobs Pillow, The Royal Ballet, as well as professional companies such as Rubberband Dance, Bruce Wood, San Francisco Ballet, Sibiu Ballet Theater in Romania and The Washington Ballet. Graduates have been accepted to leading dance college and university programs including: Alvin Ailey/Fordham, SUNY Purchase, Point Park University, Princeton University, Alonzo King/LINES Ballet BFA, Tisch School of the Arts at NYU, The University of the Arts, and The Juilliard School.

Étoile Ballet Theatre

Contact: Walter Angelini & Ines Albertini
Phone: +393493697851

Étoile Ballet Theatre is looking for Trainees, Apprentice, Company Member, and Soloist dancers for the 2020/2021 season (September 14 to June 12). Paid positions are available. To be considered send your resume, dance pictures, and video presentation to info@etoileballettheatre.com. Immediate opening for a male Soloist with contemporary teaching experience.

For info www.etoileballettheatre.com


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