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Ballet Arts students perform Coppelia, and Giselle variations; in benefit for the Haskell Opera House, Sunday, May 11, 2:00 pm,at the Haskell.Posted in CURRENTLY SHOWING on May 9, 2014 by gr8full
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Ballet Arts Studio ended its month long Workshop
Ballet Arts Studio ended its month long Workshop/Master Class series this week with former soloist from Les Grand Ballet de Canadians and teacher Shelley Ismail. The dancers studied Technique-Pointe-and two Variations one from the classic ballet Giselle, and the other piece a contemporary work choreographed by Ms Ismail. At the end of the week Ballet Arts dancers Kyla Paul and Gwynne Jones were selected by Ms Ismail to attend a Choreographic Workshop she has organized in So. Burlington, VT. Kyla and Gwynne will be dancing with former Juilliard graduates and members of the Westchester, NY Ballet Company. The Choreographic Workshop will take place at Spot Light on Dance in So Burlington, VT and a showing of the pieces will be performed, date to be announced.
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Shelley Ismail, former Soloist Les Grand Ballet Canadians
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DERBY LINE, VT – Ballet Arts of Newport, under the direction of Kathleen McCloskey-Scott, presented their spring performance and captivated the audience at the Haskell Opera House Sunday afternoon.
The performance, which included scenes from the Tales of Beatrix Potter and from the Ballet Carmen, was a benefit to raise funds for the Haskell.