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Issue 23 is here! Our Spring Issue is here thanks to Liz and Ashley! This issue is jammed pack with beautiful content created just for
Yesterday, news broke via the New York Times and American Ballet Theater’s press department that Kevin McKenzie, ABT’s Artistic Director for the last 30 years, will be stepping down after the 2021-2022 season. This is no surprise, as McKenzie’s peer, Helgi Tommason, the Artistic Director of San Francisco Ballet, recently announced he will step down at the end of next season, as well.
Ballet these days hasn’t been getting the best press coverage, from scandals and accusations at the highest level of institutions to mental health awareness, to
BALLET FOR EVERYONE
Saut de chat or grand pas de chat, whatever you want to call it the mechanics are the same for this iconic grand allegro step.
You might think they are lame or boring, but these six variations are the key to classical ballet. When picking a variation for A Ballet Competition, don’t overlook these classics.
Turning In to Find Your Turnout I think there is a big misunderstanding among ballet teachers and other teachers when it comes to turn in
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