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AnaMaria Correa

ANAMARIA CORREA (Sr. Director of Community Engagement) AnaMaria is delighted to be part of Ballet Hispanico! She has worked in arts in education in the disciplines of theater, dance, music, visual art, creative writing and architecture with organizations like the Henry Street Settlement’s Abrons Arts Center, Jewish Museum of Florida, Brooklyn Historical Society and Washington State University’s “Performance as Education” program.  ...READ MORE...

 
 

Franchesca Cabrera

FRANCHESCA MARISOL CABRERA (Community Programs Manager) Franchesca Marisol Cabrera most recently completed her Masters Degree in Arts Education at NYU's Gallatin School in her own self-designed program: “Integrated Arts Curriculum for Elementary School Classrooms with an emphasis on Critical Thinking.” Her passion as an arts educator is to provide and engage students with enriching experiences in their own learning that strives to encourage curiosity. She began her dance training in Santa Barbara, California training in the styles of Classical Spanish dance, Flamenco, Baroque, Ballet and Mexican Folklorico among others. ...READ MORE...

 
 


Franchesca Cabrera

MADELINE CAMPISANO (Dance Education Programs Coordinator) is a graduate of the Fordham/Alvin Ailey BFA program where she has performed works by acclaimed choreographers including Matthew Rushing, Nicholas Villeneuve, Hope Boykin, and Darshan Singh Bhuller. Additionally, she has recently completed the National Dance Institute's Teacher Training Program to further her knowledge and passion for arts and dance education. Ms. Campisano is also a photographer in New York City, and has trained under photographers Jordan Matter, Rose Eichenbaum, and Christopher Duggan at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival in Becket, MA. Some of her published performance photography can be viewed on Alvin Ailey's social media sites as well as the Fordham University annual alumnae book. Ms. Campisano has been a member of the Ballet Hispanico community as an intern and school programs assistant since early 2015. In her new position, she will play a key role in the Education & Outreach team, supporting dance education programming for schools and communities in New York City. 

 


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