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AUDITIONS

OYO DANCE COMPANY AUDITIONS July 13 & 28, 2019. www.oyodancecompany.org


HARLEM SCHOOL OF THE ARTS AUDITION May 11th NYC http://hsanyc.org/dancesummerintensive/


CDS/DOWNLOADS/MUSIC/DVDS


www.asgardproductions.com Dance Music 757.467.4420

DANCE CLASS MUSIC: CDs & DVDs www.danceclassmusic.com/dancemagazine.html


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR for after-school dance program serving children & teens. Beg.–advanced dancers. Ballet background req. Info/Apply: www.ndi-nm.org/about/employment-information


ASST. ARTISTIC DIRECTOR/BALLET MASTER Kingsport Ballet (TN) seeks experienced teacher ballet/pointe/var. Int-Adv. See: kwww.kingsportballet.org Resume/Letter/Video: dewbertina@gmail.com


BALLET PIANIST Dutch National Ballet https://werk.operaballet.nl/vacaturebank/balletpianist


GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS


HIGHLY COMPETITIVE GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS available fall 2019: Contact Graduate Liaison, Jeremy Lindberg, University of Oklahoma, School of Dance at 405.325.0567 Ext. 15 or jlindberg@ou.edu. Assistantships include tuition remission, insurance and stipend. See www.ou.edu/finearts/dance


SUMMER INTENSIVES


CLEVELAND BALLET SUMMER INTENSIVE 2019. Session 1: June 17–July 20 (1-5 wks). Session II: July 22–Aug.10 (3 wks). Levels: Interm. I & II – Adv. See rates/register here: https://clevelandballet.org/summer-intensive-2019. Deadline May 1st.


INTERNATIONAL SUMMER FESTIVAL July 1- August 11. Balettakademien Stockholm, Sweden. www.balettakademien.se/stockholm


SUMMER DANCE CAMP: BRYN DANCE CAMP, HONESDALE, PA. For girls entering 5th-10th grade. 2 and/or 4 wk. sessions available in July. Ballet, tap, musical theater, contemporary, modern, hip hop, jazz & lots of traditional camp activities. For info and to register, visit www.brynmawrdancecamp.com


KIROV ACADEMY OF BALLET OF WASH. DC Summer Intensive 6/23-8/4, Pre-Professional Training Program, Year-Round Prog. application open: https://kirovacademydc.org/admissions/


THE FLORIDA BALLET SUMMER INTENSIVE Jacksonville, Florida. www.floridaballet.org. Summer Program Details: https://floridaballet.org/summer-programs/


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