Join Anaheim Ballet School for a Master Class with Larissa Saveliev, former dancer with the Bolshoi Ballet and Co-Founder of Youth America Grand Prix!
Class is open to Intermediate/Advanced level dancers – ABS Levels IV+. (This class in in place of Ballet IV, and no Ballet V will be held).
Class is open to Intermediate/Advanced level dancers – ABS Levels IV+. (This class in in place of Ballet V).
Fee of $35 for the class.
If you have questions, call (714) 520-0904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Master Class • 10:30 a.m. • ANAHEIM BALLET SCHOOL
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Nancy Raffa received her early training with Madame Gabriella Darvash. In 1980, she became the youngest and first American female to win the Gold Medal at the Prix de Lausanne competition in Switzerland. The same year, Raffa joined Makarova and Company on Broadway and, at age 16, became a member of the corps de ballet of American Ballet Theatre. She joined Ballet de Santiago in 1985 as a principal dancer and was also a principal dancer at Ballet National Française de Nancy. In 1992, she became a principal dancer with Miami City Ballet.
Raffa began her teaching career in Miami at the New World School of the Arts. In 1994, she joined the staff of the Miami City Ballet School, becoming the coordinator for the School’s summer intensive program and Ballet for Young People program. Among her many awards, Raffa was twice awarded a special teacher’s recognition from the National Foundation for the Advancement in the Arts and won a grant from the United States Information Services to act as a cultural ambassador and teacher for the company and school in Honduras.
Raffa holds an Ace certification in exercise physiology and graduated magna cum laude in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. Thomas University.
Raffa was appointed ABT Ballet Mistress in June 2007.
Class is open to Intermediate/Advanced level dancers (ABS Levels 4 and 5). (The 4:45 p.m. Ballet 4 class will not take place).
Fee of $35 for the class.
For more details, call (714) 520-0904 or email email@example.com
Master Class • 4:45 p.m. • ANAHEIM BALLET SCHOOL
Hope Boykin was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina and was a three-time recipient of the American Dance Festival’s Young Tuition Scholarship. She attended Howard University in Washington, DC., when she felt a call to move to New York City to study at The Ailey School. Hope worked as assistant to choreographers Milton Myers and the late Talley Beatty, was an original member of Complexions, and danced many years with Philadanco, The Philadelphia Dance Company. Hope joined The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 2000, where she continues to perform her duties as a dancer as well as her work as an educator, mentor, speaker, and choreographer. Find out more about Hope at www.hopeboykindance.com
Class is open to Intermediate/Advanced level dancers (Ages 12+). Master Class fee of $35.
This class will be in place of 10:30 am Ballet 5.
Call (714) 520-0904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Adam Blyde trained at The Royal Ballet School, graduating in 2001. He has appeared with The Royal Ballet and joined the Scottish Ballet in 2003, where he was promoted to Principal in 2008. While there, he danced in Ashley Page’s Cheating, Lying, Stealing, 32 Cryptograms, Soft Underbelly, Nightswimming into day, The Nutcracker, Walking In the Heat, The Pump Room, Fearful Symmetries, Cinderella, The Sleeping Beauty, Pennies From Heaven, and Alice. He also performed in Siobhan Davies’ White Man Sleeps; Stephen Petronio’s MiddleSexGorge and Ride the Beast; Richard Alston’s Dangerous Liaisons and Carmen, Krzysztof Pastor’s In Light And Shadow and Romeo & Juliet; Hans van Manen’s Five Tangos; George Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments, Episodes, Agon, and Rubies; Diana Loosmore’s Chasing Ghosts; Peter Darrell’s Five Rückert Songs and Othello; William Forsythe’s Artifact Suite and Workwithinwork; Frederick Ashton’s Façade and Scenes de Ballet; Paul Liburd’s From Where; Val Caniparoli’s Still Life; Jorma Elos’ Kings 2 Ends; Kenneth MacMillan’s Song of the Earth; Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s A Streetcar Named Desire; and Martin Lawrance’s Run For It.
Mr. Blyde joined Rambert Dance Company in 2013, dancing Mark Baldwin’s The Comedy of Change, What Wild Ecstasy, and The Strange Charm of Mother Nature; Christopher Bruce’s Rooster; Merce Cunningham’s Sounddance; Richard Alston’s Dutiful Ducks; Ashley Page’s Subterrain; Lucinda Childs’ Four Elements; Barak Marshall’s The Castaways; Shobana Jeyasingh’s Terra Incognita; and Itzik Galili’s A Linha Curva. He joined The Joffrey Ballet as Ballet Master in June 2016.
Class is open to Intermediate/Advanced level dancers (ABS' Levels 4+). (This will be in place of the 10:30 a.m. Ballet 5 class).
Master Class fee of $35.
For more details, call (714) 520-0904 or email email@example.com
Luc Louis de Lairesse, Belgian-Flemish born, has more than four decades in dance, (as a first soloist, ballet master, choreographer with leading international companies and schools American Ballet Theatre, Bejart, most national opera companies and their schools in Europe, the USA, South America, Japan, Korea, etc.) I wish to pass on ancient wisdom and knowledge (revisited) for the future generations to develop into decent human beings using art for the better of the society and all involved.