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AUDITIONS

MINNESOTA BALLET 2019/20 AUDITIONS: Male/Female. 4/6 @ 3:30 pm, Cowles Ctr., Minneapolis; & 4/13 @ 2:30 pm, Ruth Page Cen. Arts, Chicago. Aud. Fee: $20.

SEAD AUDITIONS SALZBURG EXPERIMENTAL ACADEMY OF DANCE. NYC, 3/9/2019, for 4-year undergrad. contemporary dance program & 1-year postgrad. program in choreography & performance. Apply: www.sead.at

AUDITIONS 2/16 & 3/23/19, SLIPPERY ROCK UNIVERSITY-DANCE. BA/BFA/Dance Minor. Info Ursula.Payne@sru.edu


BOOKS

CHASING CASTLES,19 Years Living and Teaching Ballet in Italy by Barbara File Marangon. Buy at www.amazon.com


CDS / DOWNLOADS / MUSIC / DVDS

www.asgardproductions.com Dance Music 757.467.4420

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


CHOREOGRAPHERS

CONTEMPORARY DANCE CHOREOGRAPHY FESTIVAL: The CDCFest seeks professional and emerging choreographers to present in this exciting new festival in Orlando, FL. Venue: Orlando REP Theater (July/Aug. 2019). Apply by 2/1/2019. Details: www.cdcfest.com


DIGITAL ARCHIVING / VIDEO & FILM

VIDEO & FILM DETERIORATE: Keep your archive alive and accessible for 1000 years. Millennial Digital Archiving 212.725.1193


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN BALLET UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA. MA+college-level teaching. Apply: https://apply.interfolio.com/55832


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

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS RIO GRANDE VALLEY, DANCE PROGRAM is seeking applications for an Academic Program Director to begin Fall 2019. For a full job-description & to apply, please visit: https://careers.utrgv.edu/postings/19832

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


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


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SUMMER INTENSIVES

FORGE Summer Dance Intensive at SRU. July 8-19. Slippery Rock/PA. Affordable, Versatile, Cutting Edge Faculty. Ages 15+ Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Repertory. Room and Board Available. 724.738.4509

JOFFREY ACADEMY OF DANCE - IN CHICAGO ONLY - Summer Intensives for ages 7 to 24, June 17- August 9. Ballet, Pointe, Partnering, Men's technique, Jazz, Character, Contemporary and more. Visit www.joffrey.org

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