Guest Artists for the 2020-2021 School Year

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Repertory Workshop Levels 3B-5

Harkness Center for Dance Injuries with Will Zinser

Setting up for a Healthy Year: Injury Prevention Workshop

Students MUST sign writeable waiver forms

Saturday, October 24 at 2:00pm ET

William Zinser holds a dual bachelor’s degree in athletic training and health promotion from the University of Texas at Austin. He has earned his master’s degree in exercise science, with a concentration in strength and conditioning from the Milken Institute of Public Health at George Washington University. Mr. Zinser has a gymnastics background, having competed in high school and college. He also studied circus aerials and acrobatics at CircoArts, a division of Christchurch Polytech in New Zealand.

IMPORTANT: Fill out writeable waiver form below, save to your computer and/or device, and send it to school@ballethispanico.org

WRITEABLE WAIVER FORM


Specialized Studies in Spanish Dance Levels 4A-5

Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater with Luis Beltran

Saturday, October 24 at 12:00pm ET

LUIS BELTRAN, Company Dancer, is originally from Ecuador, and started his Spanish dance training in 2004 as part of the Ensemble Español’s Youth Company, under the direction of Dame Libby Komaiko and Sara Samuels. In 2013, he became an understudy, as well as an apprentice artist. Luis has trained with Irma Suárez Ruiz, Jorge Pérez, Jose Torres, Juan Mata, Ana Gonzalez, Timo Lozano, Paloma Gomez, and Raquel Gomez. Luis has also studied ballet and modern dance with Venetia Stifler, Rachael Burton and Jamie Ferrel at Northeastern Illinois University, and was a recipient of the Brommel-Perez Scholarship. In 2012, he traveled to Madrid, Spain with the Youth Company to study at the Botica del Arte Dance Studio with Carmela Greco, Maria Torres and Paloma Gomez. Luis performs nationally and internationally, performing works choreographed by Raquel Gomez, Irma Suárez Ruiz and Ron de Jesus and in n 2016 Mr. Beltran became a Company Dancer for the Ensemble Español. Mr. Beltran was awarded this year as one of Dance Magazine’s Top 25 to Watch Under 25 in the US for 2020.

Repertory Workshop Levels 3B-5 & Specialized Studies in Spanish Dance Levels 4A-5


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