OMARI BROWN is Originally from Dominican Republic but was raised by the Dance world in NJ/NY area (Representing the East Coast) Omari graduated college an received his BA in Business to one day open up hos Own dance studio. He was blessed with opportunities to dance on tour for artists such as Domo from Tv show (The Voice) worked with Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Pink, Ashanti and more! Omari Traveled all over the world choreographing and has performed in countries such as China, Japan, Dubai, London, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and other amazing places. Dance is his passion and teaching choreography is a dream come true so thats what he plans to do...since he was 13Yrs old he wanted to open his own Dance studio (he now owns a studio in Nj and has Traveled around to different countries, states and cities teaching everyone an sharing the gift that god has given him with You!
"Can't is not in a WOMAN or MAN Vocabulary you can do ANYTHING you put your heart and your mind to" (You just got to believe)
Omari was introduced to me by a mutual friend. He is an amazing hip hop choreographer!
"Born in Orange County, California Amanda began dancing at the age of 3 doing ballet, tap and jazz at California Dance Academy. By 12 years old, she was taken under the wing of Charis Moses where she began seriously training in classical and contemporary ballet at her studio in Yorba Linda, CA. She then continued her training at Anaheim Ballet under Larry and Sarma Rosenberg in Anaheim, CA. There she trained and performed amongst other dancers of Anaheim Ballet as well as performing at the Anaheim International Dance Festival alongside Clifton Brown, Maria Kotchekova and Misty Copeland. In 2008 she moved to NY to study dance at SUNY Purchase from 2008 to 2012 and received her BFA in Fine Arts. She trained under teachers such as Rosanna Seravalli, Bettijane Sills, Stephanie Tooman, Megan Williams, & Ted Kivitt. She also performed works by George Balanchine, Helen Pickett and Nicolo Fonte and studied abroad for Dance New York International Dance Festival in Madrid and Burgos, Spain.
In 2012, she was hired by Jean Pierre Bonnefoux and Patricia McBride for the 2nd company of Charlotte Ballet and a year later she was promoted to 1st company. While at Charlotte Ballet she danced roles such as the Cupid variation from Paquita coached by Glenda Lucena, Western Symphony Third Movement coached by Patricia McBride and excerpts from Chants by Alonzo King. There she worked with and performed choreography by George Balanchine, Jean Pierre Bonnefoux, Dwight Rhoden, Mark Diamond, Mark Godden, Sasha Janes, Alonzo King and others. In the summer of 2015, she moved back to New York City and in January of 2016 she began working with New York Theatre Ballet under the direction of Diana Byer where she danced works by Jerome Robbins, Antony Tudor, Antonia Franceschi, Keith Michaels and Jim Sutton. After freelancing and teaching & doing projects with the Black Iris Project and choreographer; William Isaac, she was hired by Virginia Johnson for Dance Theatre of Harlem June 2017."
Amanda and I met when she was one of my students for 7 years! She reminded me of myself because she understood the art, the work ethic needed and the commitment that she would need to the art! I love her and so proud of her!
Karin, a native of Philadelphia, Pa., is a working choreographer and teacher residing in New York City. Graduating Cum Laud from Florida International University, Miami Florida, she earned a BA in Dance. Her infectious energy and her passion for dance were seasoned while she mentored under Broadway tap dancer, Jimmy Tate. Karin has been teaching for over 17 years and during this time, was honored to become the Director of the Dance Department at the nationally renowned Weiss School. She has also directed a youth tap company in South Florida where her students and choreography were recognized with numerous awards at a variety of competitions on both regional and national levels. Currently, Karin continues to teach master classes and create choreography for students all over the country and abroad as well as teaching on the competition/convention/intensive circuit and can be found on faculty with Next Level Dance Competition, Beyond The Stars Competition, Dance Teachers United, Inferno Dance Competition, Dance Expressions Dance Competition and Intensive, True Talent Dance Competition, Rock The City Intensive, Throwdown Dance Challenge and Intensive, The Quest Intensive, Legacy Dance Champions, Shake The Ground Dance Competition and Believe National Dance Competition. Karin can also be found on faculty at Peridance Capezio Center (NYC) where she has recently been named Director of the first Peridance Youth Tap Company. Karin's passion for her art and the technique that supports it, for rhythm and energy and the combination of it all, can be seen in each and every class she teaches as well as in her ambitious and expressive choreography!
Karen and I met judging together and then we kept running into eachother other places! Such a great tapper!
Daniel Mantei began his ballet training with Ceyhun Ozsoy in Duncanville, Texas. He graduated from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas, Texas. In 2000 Daniel was named a 2001 Presidential Scholar for the Arts and invited to dance at the Kennedy Center. Daniel attended The Royal Ballet School during the 2001-2002 school season, performing with both The Royal and Birmingham Royal Ballets.
Daniel joined American Ballet Theatre Studio Company in 2002. He joined American Ballet Theatre in April 2003 as an apprentice and became a member of the ABT's corps de ballet in April 2004. His repertory with ABT includes Thomas in La Fille mal gardée, King Card in Jeu de Cartes, a dancing gentleman in Manon, the Russian Dance in Kevin McKenzie's The Nutcracker, the Mouse King and the Russian Dance in Alexei Ratmansky's The Nutcracker, Father in Prodigal Son, Paris in Romeo and Juliet, a Fairy Cavalier, the Spanish Prince and the Wolf in The Sleeping Beauty, Apollo in Sylvia, leading male roles in Antony Tudor's Continuo and Kirk Peterson's Amazed in Burning Dreams and roles in Black Tuesday, Duets, Everything Doesn't Happen at Once, Gong, Jardin aux Lilas, Raymonda Divertissements and Thirteen Diversions.
In 2007 Daniel began to study with Maggie Black, working to hone a sense of naturalism and classicism. In 2007 Daniel also danced the peasant pas de deux in Giselle with the National Ballet of Canada.
As a choreographer, Daniel created Armaments, Tolling Bells, and Stare Decisis on American Ballet Theatre. He has also created ballets for Columbia Ballet Collaborative, New York Theatre Ballet and The Ensemble for the Romantic Century. In 2016, Mantei was commissioned to create a pas de deux for the Seattle Symphony.
In teaching, Daniel takes a holistic approach to ballet. Each part functions as an aligned and coordinated piece of the whole. Through an emphasis on awareness of alignment and coordination, Daniel aims to help dancers achieve ease of movement and expression.
Daniel and I met through Kelley Potter who is also part of the faculty.
“It was thrilling to have Ms. Fuhrman’s work in Broadway Bares. She helped us to raise the roof, raise the pulse, and raise a ton of money with her seemingly effortless art!”
-Jerry Mitchell, Tony award-winning Broadway choreographer
Karen A. Fuhrman has her M.A. from NYU in education/choreography and specializes in both ground and aerial dance. She has toured extensively with Pilobolus though-out the US, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa, was featured on the 2007 Oscars, Ellen Degeneres, Good Morning America, twice on the Conan O’ Brian show and numerous national commercials. Other credits include Cavalia of Cirque du Soleil, Danny Ezralow’s “Love and Other Drugs,” two Victoria Secrets Christmas Spectacular shows, De La Guarda, and MOMIX. She has also danced for the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards, MTV, PBS, ABC, NBC, and SHOWTIME. She has toured and taught aerial and dance in extensive venues throughout the world.
Miss Fuhrman’s work has appeared at Yerba Buena’s Art Festival (San Francisco), Microsoft's worldwide Vista and Office Logo launch, Limelight nightclub (NYC), Company y Company (Barcelona, Spain), Bidvest International Awards Ceremony (Johannesburg, South Africa), Skirball Theater (NYC opening for Neil Diamond), Baila! (National Palace of Culture in Guatemala City), Spiderman II release party, Usher (NYC Gala), Madeski, Martin, and Wood Concert (Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC), the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, the ESPY awards for ESPN, the Lincoln Center NYC, America’s Got Talent, Beach House music video, Studio 54, Midnight Circus (Lagos, Nigeria), Sleep No More (NYC), and the hit Broadway musical Matilda. Ms. Fuhrman conceptualized, wrote, directed, and produced an aerial-dance play, Insectinside, with a cast of twenty dancers, actors, and aerialists. The theatrical spectacle premiered in San Francisco, Philadelphia, and numerous venues throughout Brooklyn and NYC. Ms. Fuhrman’s recent international event was in Guatemala City flying, drumming, and dancing above a crowd of 10,000 people for the World Cup. She sat on the board and instructed aerial dance workshops in Boulder, Colorado for the International Aerial Dance Festival. Ms. Fuhrman has given aerial and modern dance fight choreography for an off-Broadway show, Red Flamboyant. Additionally, Ms. Fuhrman created and actualized a half hour aerial-dance play on the side of a 22-story building and a 40 foot tower, with a crew of 40 members (helped create original musical score, 30 modern dancers, 6 aerialists, 10 riggers) for the Rochester Fringe Festival. Her evening length show, the “Other Side” is a 70-minute work of various apparatus ranging from vertical trampolines, straight modern dance, to customize-made apparatuses. Her choreography can be seen on two separate episodes highlighting her choreographic prowess on NBC’s hit primetime show, “I Can Do That!” Ms. Fuhrman’s also choreographed for a play, Portrait #3, at the Lincoln Center, NYC. Some of her most recent work was in Canada teaching aerial dance workshops at the Halifax Circus Center and customizing specialized flying apparatuses for the movement impaired. Also, she is traveling to Brazil this May to hold aerial dance certifications and modern dance workshops.
"I had the pleasure of working with Karen recently on a full length dance/aerial show and I am left with the highest regard for her choreography, talent, and work ethic. She has a rich knowledge and appreciation for physical storytelling, and is a terrific asset in any creative process."
-Dreya Webber- Aerial choreographer for Pink
Karen and I met through some students coming to the intensive. We are excited to have her this year!
Stephanie Godino was born and raised in New York City, and received her Ballet training from M. Craske; V. Pereyslavec and at the Joffrey Ballet School. She danced with companies including Kansas City Ballet; “Lotte Goslar’s Pantomime Circus”; Joffrey 2 Dancers; New York City Opera and the Metropolitan Opera Ballet. Stephanie has taught Ballet and Character Dance at Broadway Dance Center ( Children and Teen program); Peridance (core program); La Guardia H.S.; Ethical Culture Fieldston School; Leggz Ltd. on Long Island and currently at the Joffrey Ballet School in NYC where she has taught children through adults since 1999. In addition to teaching, Stephanie has choreographed and directed opera productions for DiCapo Opera; Bronx Opera and State Repertory Opera of NJ. Stephanie holds a BA in theater and Dance from Empire State (SUNY) College.
Stephanie and I met while teaching at Joffrey Ballet School NYC
Katoya “MsKaeJ” Johnson a Washington DC native began her dance career with technical study at Duke Ellington School of the Arts and Suitland Visual and Performing Arts High School. After high school she continued her training at Universtity of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pa where she received a BFA in Modern Dance. MsKaeJ a firm believer of, “you can never stop learning” has also studied at the The Ailey School, Broadway Dance Center, and Philadanco just to name a few.
MsKaeJ’s professional success is noted in both the theatre and television arena. She has formally danced for Rennie Harris Pure Movement, Ill Stylez & Peace Productions and was an intern for Melanie Stewart Dance Theater studying under Helmutt Gottschild from Germany. Her television experience includes being a featured dancer on BET Hip Hop Awards, Soul Train Awards, Dance Your Ass Off (Oxygen channel) and in box office hits like the Three Stoogies. Not to mention having the opportunity to grace the stage as dancer for recording artists such as; Puff Daddy, Heavy D, Jamine Sulivan, and more.
Performing in events like Power House Concert in Philadelphia, PA, and NBA All Star week in Atlanta Ga and touring Russia and Poland as a popping ballerina. Ms KaeJ grew a passion for touring. Taking a turning point in her career MsKaeJ completed a 3years National tour with Sesame Street Live where she was both an actor and dancer. Almost, immediately followed by becoming a dominating force as a dancer as well as choreographer for the 2nd largest touring circus in the United States “UniverSoul”.
MsKaeJ’s commitment now is to inspire the world one dance move at a time through movement Project Rock Out!.
I met KaeJ through my mentor Carol Foster, my friend Mike Weems and we share the same alma mater Duke Ellington School of the Arts.
Phillip Anthony Morris - acro/turns/cond. NYC & LONG ISLAND
Turns, Leaps, Strengthening & Acro
Phillip Anthony received his start at age 17. He began his dance training in a competitive studio while studying classical voice privately. Upon high school he was accepted into A.M.D.A. in New York City where he studied musical theater and acting. Phillip continued his studies at the Ailey/BFA program. Currently he’s training in extreme stretch handstand and contortions at Aerial Arts and Circus Warehouse. Phillip has performed and taught internationally with Gloria Estefan, Jean Ann Ryan Productions, MMVAs, Harry Jerome Awards, Caribana Toronto, Stiletto Entertainment, Donald Byrd, Rosie O’ Donnell, and Disney. His true passion is working with children and transforming lives, he was honored to be one of Ontario, Canada first instructors to implement dance into the academic school setting. Phillip is also proud member of the Dominican Film Festival. He continues to teach recreational and competitive dance across the US and Canada. Holding certifications in AFAA, 30/60/90, and Floor Tech while pursuing his Master’s degree and a second career as a Physician Assistant. He lives by this motto “Exercise is medicine and should be habitual…like brushing your teeth!”
Charis and Phillip met a dance studio in the Bronx, NY and became close friends immediately. Phillips techniques are incredible for increasing flexibility, strength and awareness instantly.
Michelle Natalino Bonavena - musical theatre NYC & LONG ISLAND
Michelle Natalino Bonavena has performed on Showtime at the Apollo Theater, was casted in the national tour of Will Rogers Follies, performed for multiple political events including the Prescott Bush Awards, competed at both regional and national levels and has always found time to share her art in support of countless charities. She has had the opportunity to choreograph for many projects and individuals over the past 20 years. She spent time teaching drama and dance for the New Haven Public school system. She is also the present choreographer for a new musical, entitled "Stand Up and Speak Out," to debut at the Ivorytown Playhouse in Spring 2017. Michelle continues to foster the growth of her students artistically and professionally. You could find both past and current students in film, on t.v, stage and at top dance and musical theater colleges across the states. Michelle also majored in Music Production and Technology at Mercy College in New York, fulfilling her desire to introduce the role of the recording arts into her performing arts school.
Michelle is the owner and director of Performing Art Studio BE in North Haven, CT. Studio BE is a multifaceted studio offering training in a variety of disciplines and has earned numerous top awards with their winning companies in both musical theater and dance. The studio was ranked a top studio by the Federation of Dance Competitions and continues to gain recognition in the competitive dance world. A true "Triple Threat" experience: Studio BE was recently awarded the "Top Performing Arts Studio" at Access Broadway Talent competition and Dancers Inc.’s, “Top Studio,” this past competition season. Michelle’s endless efforts insure the success of Performing Art Studio BE.
Michelle and I met this year as I am her Ballet Mistress at her studio in CT! She is fantastic!!!
Demetia Hopkins-Greene began her dance training at the Orange School of Performing Arts under the direction of her uncle, Ricardo Porter, and Heather Powell. Mrs. Hopkins-Greene graduated with honors from the Ailey/Fordham B.F.A. Program in 2009 while a member of Ailey II. In 2010 she joined the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. During her six year tenure in the company, she was honored to perform ballets by prestigious choreographers such as Bill T. Jones, Kyle Abraham, Jiri Kylian, Robert Battle, Wayne McGregor, Ulysses Dove, Ronald K. Brown, Ohad Naharan, Judith Jamison, and a multitude of roles from Alvin Ailey’s repertory including his signature solo Cry. Demetia was a recipient of a Leonore Annenberg Fellowship in the Arts in 2011 and was named one of Dance Magazines 2014 “Top 25 To Watch”. Her most recent endeavors include collaborations with choreographers Diane McIntyre, Francesca Harper, and Marcus Jarrell Willis. Demetia is currently a freelance artist and dance educator living and working in New York City. She is proud to be Co-Artistic Director of the Orange School of Performing Arts.
I was Demetia's first ballet teacher and still work with her uncle Ricardo Porter who was also my student and friend for years. I gave him my satellite studio 21 years ago and it is still going strong called Orange School of Performing Arts in Orange, VA.
A native of Wakefield, RI, is a graduate of Hofstra University with a B.A. in Dance and B.S. in Exercise Science. Her choreography credits include: “Slow Dancing in a Burning Room”, a self-choreographed tap solo that was chosen for the Gala Concert at the American College Dance Festival Association Northeast regional conference in 2013, “A Separate Connection”, which was chosen as the first alternate to represent the Northeast region at the National College Dance Festival in 2014, “But It Did Shine”, which was filmed for and shown in the 12th Annual Max Kolb Telethon at Hofstra University, and kamrDANCE, a seamless, hour long concert of seven different works that premiered in The Student Rep: A Festival of Student Works at Hofstra University. Her emerging tap and modern dance company, kamrDANCE, has performed at Near and Far Collaborative Art Project in Cape Cod , Sans Limites Dance Winter Season 2015 and Spring Season 2016 in NYC, Peridance’sWinter and Summer Student and Faculty Showcases 2016 in NYC, the 3rd Annual Astoria Dance Festival in Queens, several performances curated by the Creator’s Collective in Brooklyn, the New York Jazz Choreography Project in NYC, Triskelion Arts, and Dixon Place. Robbins has performed in works by Rachel List, Anita Feldman, David Parker, Sean Curran, Heather Waldon, Amy Marshall, Sean Fielder, Hillary-Marie Michael, Kristen Collins and has performed on Good Day New York with Aaron Tolson. Robbins was awarded the Sosonoff Outstanding Junior Dance Major scholarship in 2014, the Citation of Merit Award in 2015, and was the president and co-founder of the tap club RHYTHMiX at Hofstra University. Robbins is a rising choreographer who enjoys fusing tap and modern dance with humor and intricacy to create unique voices and investigate the necessity of supportive relationships, laughter, and absurdity. Alongside choreographing, Robbins is a Certified Personal Trainer through ACSM and teaches tap and contemporary at several studios on Long Island.
Alexis and I met commuting back and forth to Long Island every week!
Amelia Lowe is most famously known for her time on So You Think You Can Dance Season 9 as a member of their top 20. In addition to this she made it into the top 12, allowing her the opportunity to perform across the country with the So You Think You Can Dance tour. Since her time on the show, Amelia has appeared as a principal dancer in episodes of Boardwalk Empire. She's also been featured in multiple commercials including a nationwide commercial for General Electric, Wendy's, Target, the New York Stock Exchange, and American Express. Amelia got the chance to be a featured dancer at the premiere for The Great Gatsby. She also performed for emerging choreographer, Lindsay Nelko at the Capezio Ace Awards. She is currently living in New York and dancing for fellow So You Think You Can Dance alum, Ellenore Scott in Ellenore's up and coming company, ELSCO.
Amelia and I taught together at an intensive in Syracuse! love love love her!
Born in Kernersville, North Carolina, Kelley Potter trained at the North Carolina School of the Arts, graduating in 2002. While a student at NCSA, she appeared in North Carolina Ballet's production of The Nutcracker, and danced the role of Solace in the world premiere of Lynne Taylor-Corbett's Great Scott. Potter joined American Ballet Theatre's Studio Company in 2002 and later became an apprentice with ABT, performing various roles as a member of the corps de ballet.
Kelley and I met while I was working at ABT and getting ABT certified! excited to have her!
Kelley then joined Boston Ballet in 2003, performing with them until 2008. Her repertory with Boston Ballet included the Snow Queen, Arabian dance, Spanish dance, and Demi Flower in The Nutcracker, lead swan and the pas de cinq in Swan Lake, the lead whore in Romeo and Juliet, Kitri's Friend in Don Quixote, the Pas de Trois, Puss in Boots and the Enchanted Garden Fairy in The Sleeping Beauty, Nancy in La Sylphide, and roles in Jorma Elo's Plan to B and Carmen, Mark Morris' Up and Down, Helen Pickett's Etesian, Val Caniparoli's Lambarena and Sonata, Jiří Kylián's Falling Angels, William Forsythe's In the middle, somewhat elevated, and Twyla Tharp's In the Upper Room.
Potter rejoined American Ballet Theatre as a member of the corps de ballet in January 2009. Her repertory includes the Lead D'Jampe in La Bayadère, a Harlot and Lady Montague in Romeo and Juliet, the Spanish Dance and Lead Czardas in Swan Lake and roles in Black Tuesday and In the Upper Room, as well as roles in all of the Company's full-length ballets.
Jesse Beaudoin grew up in Bowie, Maryland as a competitive dancer and received many awards, titles, and other accolades. He attended Towson University under full academic scholarship and earned his Bachelor’s in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. After a brief visit into the corporate world, Jesse decided to pack his bags and move to Los Angeles. He immediately signed with Bloc Talent Agency and had the pleasure to perform all over the US, Canada, Asia, and Europe. His performance credits include the first national tour of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes, Snow White the Musical (Disneyland Resort), One Man’s Dream (Tokyo Disney Resort), The Crossing (Footworks Dance Ensemble), Bernstein’s Mass (Hollywood Bowl), stage productions & choreography for Holland America Cruise Lines, & Industrial shows for Mattel, Milkfed Clothing (Tokyo), Nike, El Capitan Theatre of Hollywood, Casino Morongo, and countless other gigs. His television credits include regional commercials for Disneyland Resort, ProBowl Halftime Show, Tokyo Disney New Year’s Eve Special, Jack’s Mannequin “Dark Blue” music video, & commercials for Radio City Music Hall. Jesse is now a resident teacher and choreographer for C&C Dance Company. He also teaches at other area studio and master classes around the country. He is co-owner of SoRoxy Designs, LLC and travels the country with Platinum National Dance. Jesse especially loves keeping up with all of his students currently dancing around the world. His students have been seen in Broadway Shows such as Lion King & Newsies, So You Think You Can Dance, Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, Disney Cruise Lines, Power Rangers, National and European tours with various artists, & music videos to name a few.
Here is a link to my choreography reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvzbjExXZ5A&t=87s
Jesse and I met while teaching in VA at a studio! 😉
CHARIS MOSES – Ballet, Jazz, Turns-Leaps-Technique, Pas, Variations, Acro, etc….
Charis has taught for over 30 years and her students have received scholarships and danced professionally with renowned organizations such as the Kirov Academy, SYTYCD, Broadway, Complexions, N.Y.C.B., Pennsylvania Ballet, Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, Washington Ballet, Richmond Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Alvin Ailey, Houston Ballet, Interlochen, San Francisco Ballet, North Carolina School of the Arts, Boston Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Bad Boys of Dance, Dance Theater of Harlem, Purchase Conservatory, North Carolina Dance Theater, Alonzo Kings Lines Ballet, Susan Farrell Workshops, Universal ballet, Texas Ballet Theater, Anaheim Ballet, The Rock School, Debbie Allen School and many more.
She has choreographed/staged full-length ballets such as The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, La Fille’ Mal Garde’, Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote, Raymonda and original works as well. Charis has created new works for the Joffrey Ballet School in NYC and Jazz/Contemporary Company, including a Louis Vuitton collaboration in 2013′. She has also taught in New York City for Alvin Ailey, Dance Theatre of Harlem and Dance New Amsterdam and many more. While in Los Angeles, CA she served as the Ballet Mistress for Lula Washington Studios and Company for over four years before moving back to the East Coast. While in LA, she choreographed for the nationally televised (BET), Celebration of Gospel, for artist Donnie McClurkin and Kurt Carr. Musical credits include Mame, West Side Story, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Wizard of Oz and Into the Woods.
She also choreographed the 1995 local DC Jr. Miss Pageant and will be choreographing the DC event again for 2016. Charis judged the national Distinguished Young Woman (America’s Jr. Miss), event in 2014 and in 1984 served as the winner for the District of Columbia. In summer 2010’ and 2012’, she served as the assistant director to Carol Foster for the Duke Ellington’s School of the Arts Summer Intensive & Musical. This is the fourth year of being on the faculty for IABD and is on their New Generation Board of Directors. She has judged for Starpower, Beyond the Stars, Starquest, NDS and more…. She has also been on convention/intensive faculty for Joffrey Intensive, Leon Dance intensive (under good friend Dorrell Martin) and Collaborative Dance Experience
Charis is certified by American Ballet Theatre through levels V and will continue her certification process this year…
Cell block tango-Joffrey Ballet School – NYC
P.O. Box 220 New York, NY 10116