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March 2016 Classifieds

DANCE MAGAZINE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: MARCH 2016

ADVERTISE IN PRINT & ONLINE: Advertise your dance opportunity,product, or service. Auditions, Music/Film/Video/Downloads, Employment, Dancewear, Dance Merchandise, Dance Intensives & Seasonal Workshops, Studios for Sale, Studio Equipment, etc. Web-Expedite your ad online here within 3-Business Days. Email: dcastro@dancemedia.com

AUDITIONS

MINNESOTA BALLET AUDTIONS: Female & male, 4/9 @ 4:00 pm Ruth Page Cen. Arts, Chicago, 4/16 @ 3:30 pm, Cowles Center, Mpls. Audition Fee $15. SEE: www.mnballet.org

AUDITION: The Suzanne Farrell Ballet. Male & Female ballet dancers for Fall 2016 Kennedy Center season. 3/20/2016, Wash. DC. Info: www.suzannefarrellballet.org

CDS DVDS FILM & VIDEO & DOWNLOADS

CDS FOR BALLET & MODERN DANCE: Free catalog: Asgard Productions. 1580 Lake Christopher Dr., Va. Beach, VA 23464-7213. #757.467.4420 & www.Asgardprod.com

DANCE CLASS MUSIC: Sound Equipment, Videos, 100’s of Titles, Variable Speed Players Free Catalog. Jay Distributors 800.793.6843 www.danceclassmusic.com/dancemagazine.html

COMPUTER SOFTWARE

DanceWorks Online has the tools you need to manage and promote your studio. Give us a try today! 800.286.3471 visit www.akadasoftware.com

DANCE PROGRAMS

DANCE MAGAZINE’S DANCE FINDER: A CAREER AND LEARNING RESOURCE GUIDE, The essential guide to dance programs worldwide. Appears in every issue of Dance Magazine following the Classifieds. To list your dance program in the Dance Finder, all year long, please email: dcastro@dancemedia.com

EMPLOYMENT

CINCINNATI BALLET is seeking a male senior soloist 6-ft. or taller for 2016-2017 season. 35-wks. minimum, competitive salary+benefits. Please email resume, You-Tube links, DVDs to Beth bsnyder@cballet.org or 1555 Central Pkwy, Cincinn. OH 45214. www.cballet.org

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: Dallas Black Dance Theatre. Creative visionary. Proven leadership track record. Apply by 3/21/2016: http://dbdt.com/about/careers/

F.T. DANCE EDUCATOR, Youth Perf. Arts School in KY. Teach beg.-adv.ballet. Begins 8/2016. BA/BFA & Teaching Cert. Email bryan.crady@jefferson.kyschools.us Visit: www.jefferson.kyschools.us/Employment.html

LECTURER IN DANCE: Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Committee on Degrees in Theater, Dance, and Media is currently accepting applications. Link to full description: https://academicpositions.harvard.edu/postings/6838

REACH DANCE MAGAZINE READERS WITHIN 3-BUSINESS DAYS: For immediacy, Dance Magazine offers a Web-Expedite Option to post your ad online within 3-business days. For rates and details, please contact: dcastro@dancemedia.com

STUDIO FOR SALE/REAL ESTATE

STUDIO/BUILDING FOR SALE: W. Toledo, OH. 2 Studios, Floating Flrs. Turn-Key 3200 sq. ft.+Rental Income, 2067 sq. ft. cballetschool@sbcglobal.net

SUMMER INTENSIVES

NAPA REGIONAL DANCE COMPANY Summer Intensive 6/20-7/28/2016. Classical Ballet and Contemporary. Info: www.naparegionaldance.com​

NEW JERSEY DANCE THEATRE ENSEMBLE, Summit. July 18-29. Ages 7-18. Ballet, pointe, mod. & contemp. Master faculty. Reside/commute. info@njdte.org

STATE STREET BALLET AUDITION TOUR 2016 company members, profess. track program & summer intensive. Dates & details: www.statestreetballet.com

SHAN-YEE POON SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS Summer Classical Ballet Intensive May 31st - July 23rd. One-week Programs. Renowned Faculty, Professional Setting, Small Class Size. Ages 14-24. Cost $ 450.00 per week www.poonballet.com

COME DANCE WITH US! FAA Summer Intensive is a one-week (June 26- July 2) residential intensive for rising high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus. Major in Dance (modern, ballet, repertory, and jazz), minor in Hip-Hop or Musical Theatre Dance Styles. For more information visit: https://go.illinois.edu/FAAsummer

LOOSE ANKLE TAP INTENSIVE Home of the Supershuffle July 13-17 SF CA, adults only. www.looseankletap.com 415.621.8277

ECONOMICAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ONLINE & PRINT FOR EVERY BUDGET: Please call 510 523 7750 for current rates. A Web-Expedite option is available for posting your ad online within 3-business days. Email Ad Copy or Inquiry: dcastro@dancemedia.com

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