INTRODUCTORY BHARATANATYAM & BOLLYWOOD 5 CLASSES SESSION JUNE 23
With Dhanisha Nandigama
- 3-4 pm Introduction to Bollywood 7-10yo
- 4-5 pm Introduction to Bollywood 11yo+ Adults
- 5-6 pm Introduction Bharatanatyam 7yo+ teens & adults
June Sun. 23, Sat.29, Sun. 30, July Sat.13, Sun.14
5 classes = $60 per session
For more information regarding the class, call (518) 584-2225, ext. 3008, or email email@example.com.
Master Class with the National Ballet of Canada Artist-in-Residence Rex Harrington
A Master Class for intermediate and advanced dancers will be led by Rex Harrington at The National Museum of Dance School of the Arts studios. Harrington, a former principal dancer and current artist-in-residence at the National Ballet of Canada, has danced on stages across the globe and worked in partnership with some of the most acclaimed ballet dancers of his era. Reservations can be made HERE. or pay at the door.
Wednesday June 26 class will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Admission is $20 general, $15 for ballet students. For more information regarding the class, call (518) 584-2225, ext. 3008, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the most accomplished and acclaimed male dancers of his era, Rex Harrington brought seemingly limitless panache, energy, style and showmanship to the vast range of characterizations he created during his 20 years with The National Ballet of Canada. A much sought-after dancer internationally, he performed with Teatro alla Scala, San Francisco Ballet and Stuttgart Ballet. Renowned for his incomparable partnering skills, Mr. Harrington danced with such legendary ballerinas as Ekaterina Maximova, Carla Fracci, Evelyn Hart and Karen Kain. He created numerous roles during his career as a dancer, including the central role in James Kudelka’s The Four Seasons, Peter in Mr. Kudelka’s The Nutcracker, Lewis Carroll in Glen Tetley’sAlice and The Young Gentleman in Mr. Tetley’s La Ronde, as well as lead roles in works by such choreographers as Jean-Pierre Perrault, Jiri Kylian and Matjash Mrozewski.
Mr. Harrington was born in Peterborough, Ontario and graduated from Canada’s National Ballet School in 1981, joining The National Ballet of Canada in 1983. He became a Principal Dancer in 1988 and remained in that position until his retirement in 2004. He was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2000 and was given a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame in 2005. In 2006, he received an Honorary Degree from York University and was appointed Artist-in-Residence with the National Ballet.
Mr.Harrington returns to the stage this fall starring in Theatre Calgary’s Tosca Cafe, a co-production with the Vancouver Playhouse. He was a frequent judge on the popular television programme, So You Think You Can Dance Canada and he acted on the Showcase seriesKing in 2012.
2013–2014 Classe schedule coming soon