Ballet intensive with Valery Lantratov

Join us as we host a special two day ballet intensive with Valery Lantratov, of the Russian National Ballet Foundation.

Classes will be held on Saturday, June 30, 2018 and Sunday, July 1, 2018.

Intermediate class will be from 10:00am-11:00am and will cost $80, advanced level class will be from 11:00am – 12:45pm and will cost $100.

Commuters are welcome, placement will be upon approval,  limited housing is available, and a $30 non-refundable deposit is required with each registration and will apply to your tuition.

You can register by filling out the brochure, finding us on facebook, calling us at 304-925-3262, stopping by the studio office, or emailing us at rcybe@aol.com.

 

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Ballet intensive with Nina Danilova

CLASSES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, UPON APPROVAL.  COMMUTERS WELCOME, LIMITED HOUSING AVAILABLE.

Join us for a special ballet intensive class with Nina Danilova on Wednesday May 23 – Friday May 25.

A intermediate level class will be offered from 4:00 –  5:00pm and an advanced level class from 5:00-6:45 pm.

Intermediate class includes all RCYBE Jr. Company and Company Apprentice members and is $100.   Advanced level includes all RCYBE Company members, 45 minutes of Pointe work daily, and is $120.00 for the week.   A $50 non-refundable deposit is required at registration and will apply to your tuition.  You can check our facebook page for a brochure, call us at 304-925-3262 or email us at rcybe@aol.com for enrollment.

 

Nina Danilova studied for nine years at the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet in Saint Petersburg, Russia. After graduation, she joined the world famous company of the Kirov Ballet and later danced with the Moscow State Ballet Theatre. While performing, Danilova continued her education, graduating from the Russian University of Theatre Arts (GITIS) in Moscow, and becoming a professional teacher, ballet mistress, and contributing editor for the magazine Soviet Ballet. She was also choreographic editor for the book Thirty Classical Ballets from Russian Choreographers, published in Moscow and around the world. In 1991, Danilova was invited to Pacific Northwest Ballet to teach and joined the school faculty. In 1996, she became a faculty member of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where she continues to work to this day. In 2014, Oxford University Press in New York City began publishing Danilova’s book Eight Female Classical Ballet Variations.

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Special 4-day Intensive with Peter Frame

CLASSES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, UPON APPROVAL. COMMUTERS WELCOME, LIMITED HOUSING AVAILABLE.

A four day master class intensive with Peter Frame. Intermediate class from 9:00 – 10:00 am and an advanced level class from 10:00  – 11:30 am. Intermediate class includes all RCYBE Jr. Company and Company Apprentice members and is $150.00. Advanced level includes all RCYBE Company members and is $150.00. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required at registration and will apply to your tuition.

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Special 2-Week Summer Intensive

Special 2 week summer program
July 12, 2016 @ 4:00 pm – July 21, 2016 @ 7:45 pm

All Classes will meet on each Tuesday & Thursday’s only, for 1 hour.

Cost is $53.00 per class, you will receive a discounted rate for enrollment in multiple classes or if a sibling is enrolled. A $20.00 non-refundable deposit per class is required and will apply to your final cost.

Pre-Ballet (3-5 yrs old) ~ 4:00 – 4:45 pm

Ballet 1 (6-8 yrs old) ~ 4:45 – 5:45 pm

Ballet 2 (9-11 yrs old) ~ 5:45 – 6:45 pm

Apprentice 2 and 3 ~ 6:45 – 7:45 pm

Hip Hop 2 (9-12 yrs old)~ 4:45 – 5:45 pm

Hip Hop 1 (7-9 yrs old) ~ 5:45 – 6:45 pm

Hip Hop 3 (13+ ) ~ 6:45 – 7:45 pm

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Special 3-day Intensive with Lorraine Graves

Intensive with Lorraine Graves

June 25, 2016 @ 10:00 amJune 27, 2016 @ 1:45 pm

CLASSES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, UPON APPROVAL.  COMMUTERS WELCOME, LIMITED HOUSING AVAILABLE.

A three day master class intensive with Lorraine Elizabeth Graves includes an intermediate class from 10:00 – 11:30 am and an advanced level class from  11:45 am – 1:45 pm.  Intermediate class includes all RCYBE Jr. Company and Company Apprentice members and is $125.00.   Advanced level includes all RCYBE Company members, 30 minutes of Pointe work daily, and is $150.00.   A $50 non-refundable deposit is required at registration and will apply to your tuition.

 

 

LORRAINE ELIZABETH GRAVES was born in Norfolk, Va., and began her classical training at the Academy of the Norfolk Ballet under the direction of the late Gene Hammett. She was later awarded full scholarships to the School of American Ballet and the American Ballet Center. She attended Indiana University at Bloomington, where she completed a four-year program in three years, earning a bachelor’s degree in ballet with distinction.  Graves began her career with the Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) and rose to the rank of principal dancer within one year. Three years later, she became ballet mistress, in addition to her duties as a dancer.

Her performance credits with DTH include Giselle, Firebird, Footprints Dressed in Red, The River, Toccata E Due Canzoni, Etosha, Serenade, The Four Temperaments, Agon, Allegro Brillante, and the role of the siren in George Balanchine’s The Prodigal Son. She also had leading roles in Frederic Franklin’s production of Pas de Dix, Prince Igor, and Scheherazade, and Arthur Mitchell’s Rhythmetron, Holberg Suite and Fete Noire.

Television credits include the role of Myrta in NBC’s airing of Dance Theatre of Harlem’s Creole Giselle; the Princess of Unreal Beauty in the PBS production of John Taras’ The Firebird; and the closing ceremonies of the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.

Graves’ guest appearances include performances with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic’s Young People’s Concert Series, The Norfolk Civic Ballet, The River City Ballet, The Northwest Florida Ballet, and the Virginia Ballet Theatre during the 1996 International Azalea Festival and Dance Theatre of Harlem’s 30th Anniversary Celebration at New York’s City Center.

Graves has taught at the North Carolina School of the Arts, The Governor’s School for the Arts in Virginia, The Virginia School of the Arts in Lynchburg, The Cornish Institute in Seattle, the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute, the South Carolina Governor’s School of the Arts, DTH’s Kennedy Residency Program (now the Pre-Professional Program), the Virginia Ballet Theatre, the Flint Institute of Music, and the Southeastern Regional Ballet Association.  She is a permanent guest faculty member at the Virginia School of the Arts, is on the master teacher faculty at DTH, and is a faculty member at the Governor’s School of the Arts in Norfolk. She is an invited guest teacher for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre and also is lead adjudicator for the West Virginia Dance Festival.  The chairwoman of the Norfolk Commission on the Arts and Humanities also is a member of the Mayor’s Downtown Task Force; Links, Inc.; and the Todd Rosenlieb Dance Company Board, and is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Entertainment, Who’s Who Among Women, and Marquis’ Who’s Who.

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Special 1-week Intensive with Nina Danilova

 

CLASSES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, UPON APPROVAL.  COMMUTERS WELCOME, LIMITED HOUSING AVAILABLE.

One week intensive with Nina Danilova includes an intermediate class from 10:00 – 11:30 am and an advanced level class from 12:00 – 1:30 pm.  Intermediate class includes all RCYBE Jr. Company and Company Apprentice members and is $150 for the week.   Advanced level includes all RCYBE Company members, 45 minutes of Pointe work daily, and is $175.00 for the week.   A $50 non-refundable deposit is required at registration and will apply to your tuition.

 

Nina Danilova studied for nine years at the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet in Saint Petersburg, Russia. After graduation, she joined the world famous company of the Kirov Ballet and later danced with the Moscow State Ballet Theatre. While performing, Danilova continued her education, graduating from the Russian University of Theatre Arts (GITIS) in Moscow, and becoming a professional teacher, ballet mistress, and contributing editor for the magazine Soviet Ballet. She was also choreographic editor for the book Thirty Classical Ballets from Russian Choreographers, published in Moscow and around the world. In 1991, Danilova was invited to Pacific Northwest Ballet to teach and joined the school faculty. In 1996, she became a faculty member of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where she continues to work to this day. In 2014, Oxford University Press in New York City began publishing Danilova’s book Eight Female Classical Ballet Variations.

 

 

 

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