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


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HARLEM SCHOOL OF THE ARTS: Est.1964. NYC Dance Program, Summer Intensives, and classes. Visit www.hsanyc.org


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES


DUTCH NATIONAL BALLET http://www.operaballet.nl/en/institute/organisation/vacancies


BALLET TEACHER(S) needed in S.E. top-10 city. Couple for long-term starting 8/2020, one teacher this August. www.greenvilleballet.com/job


F.T. COORDINATOR/INSTRUCTOR Northern Plains Dance, Children's Division. Exp. req'd. Apply: www.northernplainsdance.org/employment


F.T. DANCE TEACHERS/ARTISTS, 2019-20, New Ballet Ensemble, Memphis. Strong ballet/mod. tech. & teaching exp.; Pref. B.A./ABT, NDImeth. CV/headshot/reels: careers@newballet.org



SUMMER INTENSIVES


INTERNATIONAL SUMMER FESTIVAL June 10-August 16. Balettakademien Stockholm, Sweden. www.balettakademien.se/stockholm


AKHMEDOVA BALLET ACADEMY INTENSIVES (MD 6/25-7/13 & MA 7/22-8/9) & Pro training prog. http://akhmedovaballet.org/intensives/auditions


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.


THE CENTER FOR BALLET ARTS Summer Intensive for Teens - 7/8 - 8/9, 2019, Dance Camps for ages 3-12. Fairfax,VA. www.thecenterforballetarts.com & Ph 703.273.5344


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/


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James Whiteside (Jayme Thornton for Dance Magazine)

Say you're perpetually impeccable designer Thom Browne. Say you're planning your Spring 2020 Paris menswear show along a "Versailles country club" theme. Say you want a world-class danseur to open the show with some kind of appropriately fabulous choreography.

Who do you call? James Whiteside, of course. On Saturday, the American Ballet Theatre principal—wearing pointe shoes and a glorious pinstriped tutu—kicked off Browne's presentation at the École des Beaux-Arts with a 15-minute, show-stealing solo. Whiteside choreographed the piece himself, with the help of detailed notes from the designer.

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I told myself I'd take two months off, and all would be better.

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