San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Joffrey Academy Parents' Association presents
Inside the Academy:
"Winning Work in Progress"
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Get an exclusive look at a Winning Works rehearsal with two of this year's Choreographer of Color Award winners, the Academy Trainees, and the Joffrey Studio Company, followed by a Q&A.
The discussion is geared to Pre-Pro III-VI, Youth II-IV students. Students may have an adjusted class schedule to attend the lecture. Families are welcome to accompany their student to this discussion.
Please RSVP and we hope to see you there! (Pre-Pro V and VI students do not need to RSVP.)
To learn more about Winning Works: Choreographers of Color Award, see JOFFREY.ORG/WINNINGWORKS.
About the Joffrey Academy Parents' Association
The Joffrey Academy Parents’ Association aims to create a more meaningful connection to The Joffrey Ballet by implementing events and activities that energize and educate the Joffrey Academy community while enhancing the student and family experience. The Parents’ Association is focused on supporting the mission and goals of The Joffrey Ballet while developing a sense of community. JOFFREY.ORG/PARENTSASSOCIATION
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