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Nulla quis lorem ut libero malesuada feugiat. McDole received a B.
She praised the other dancers, her frequent partner Renato Penteado, and the people working backstage.
A sleekly bound book of photos of her many performances, given to her as a farewell gift at a post-show party organized by the dancers, was filled with notes from company members saying that she had been an inspiration and would be missed. At 41, she has reached an age when most ballet dancers, worn down by the extraordinary physical demands of their art form, have retired to teaching or character roles. Catoya is also the mother of a month-old son, Alexander. But she remains lean as a whippet, and she dances with almost the same speed, poise, extension, balance and athleticism as a decade ago.
She and I did a lot of the same roles, and I always watched her to see how to do things. All the younger dancers look up to her. A press release announcing her departure praised her talents and contributions to the company, and it included this statement from artistic director Lourdes Lopez: She will now share her artistry with new audiences.
What your presence did for Miami City Ballet and more importantly, for our audience, was unparalleled. Her first major role at MCB, however, was not one of the virtuoso classical parts Catoya had been dancing since her early teens. Instead, Villella cast Catoya in the lead of Emeraldsthe dreamlike, swooningly lyrical first section of Jewelswhich the company was taking on tour to New Jersey.
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He always gave me the opportunity to grow. She helped MCB open its first season at the Adrienne Arsht Center in as Kitri, the flying, fan-snapping minx at the center of Don Quixotewhich became a kind of signature part for her. Her gift for comedy was also showcased in Coppelia.
They joined the company at the same time, and used to live across the hall from each other in the same apartment building, rehearsing in a mix of Spanish and Portuguese. Catoya plans to continue performing.
AileyCamp Miami, an annual dance and self-improvement program for inner-city teenagers in Miami, welcomed its first camper with Down syndrome, year-old Kristina Lahoud.
Steven danced professionally with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater and Nashville Ballet, performing in numerous classical and contemporary works. In Steven graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.
During the past several years, he has taught ballet in the Pittsburgh area and has performed in many local and national venues.
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Dina Bilofsky Ballet Technique, Pointe. Dina Bilofsky began her training at the Allegheny Ballet Company when she was five years old. At the age of sixteen, she was invited to study year round at the School of American Ballet, the official school of the New York City Ballet.
While dancing for the Los Angeles Ballet, she was recognized for her leadership, sharp eye, and teaching abilities, which then became utilized when she was appointed a company teacher and rehearsal mistress to Colleen Neary.
Dina began her teaching career as a guest for the Allegheny Ballet at the age of seventeen. InDina began choreographing, and choreographed her first ballet, "Fly", for the School of American Ballet's student choreography workshop. McDole received a B. McDole has taught and staged works throughout the U.
Meredith McCall is thrilled to join the faculty at the Ballet Academy of Pittsburgh, having studied dance from the age of two with a primary focus on classical ballet.
Meredith went on to earn a B.
She was then accepted to the Actors' Equity Association and performed and choreographed professionally for regional theaters and national tours. She brings over ten years of teaching experience and a love of ballet that she believes instills a sense of accomplishment and self-confidence in all of her students. Meredith lives in Peters Township with her husband Bryan and their daughter Addison.
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Lauren McKee is a dance educator and performer formerly from Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. She strives to create an inclusive environment for both dancers and non dancers of all ages and ability levels. She is so excited to be part of the Ballet Academy of Pittsburgh this year!
Christine Romani-Ruby Pilates is a rarity in the Pilates world — an experienced Pilates professional with a strong background in physical therapy and fitness. Christine holds a masters degree in Physical Therapy, and is an assistant professor California University of Pennsylvania, an AFAA certification specialist, an ACE faculty member, a certified athletic trainer, a certified instructor of the Method, and a gold standard PMA certified Pilates instructor.