Grant Wood Fellow Kieron Sargeant will be teaching alongside Legendary Ballet Dancer Suzanne Farrell at Florida State University School of Dance Young Dancers this weekend. The young dancer's workshop is geared towards intermediate and advanced students ages 10-18 and will provide students the opportunity to take master classes from world-renowned ballet, contemporary, and modern dance artists.
Suzanne Farrell is one of George Balanchine's most celebrated muses and remains a legendary figure in the ballet world. In addition to serving as Artistic Director of her own company, she is also a repetiteur for The George Balanchine Trust, the independent organization founded after the choreographer's death by the heirs to his ballets to oversee their worldwide licensing and production. Since 1988 she has staged Balanchine's works for such companies as the Berlin Opera Ballet, the Vienna State Opera Ballet, the Royal Danish Ballet, the Paris Opera Ballet, the Kirov Ballet, the Bolshoi Ballet, as well as American companies, including those in Boston, Miami, Seattle, Cincinnati, Fort Worth, and New York.
Learn more by clicking on this link. - https://dance.fsu.edu/programs-2/youth-programs/workshop-for-young-dancers/