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History and Culture of Ballet: Part 2

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History and Culture of Ballet: Part 2

August 17 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm


History and Culture of Ballet: Part 2  (August 17, 5:00pm–6:30pm)  •  Bryan Matluk    $25

An introduction to the World of Ballet. This lecture and demonstration will approach various topics in ballet including: pointe shoes, tutus, training, nutrition, styles, etc. Dancer Madelynne Boudreau and fellow dancers will provide demonstrations and share their experience in a professional training program. Lecture begins promptly at 5:00pm.


Bryan Matluk, a seasoned Master Instructor in classical ballet with the Balanchine aesthetic, Bryan possesses extensive training, experience, and affiliations of great distinction in the ballet world from such notables as the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, Marcia Dale Weary, The John Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Institute for Arts Management, Suzanne Farrell, the Bolshoi Ballet, New York City Ballet, to mention a few. He has been on the faculty for the Sandonato School of Ballet, and been Ballet Master for productions with Eglevsky Ballet, Wilmington Ballet, and Bangor Ballet. Mr. Matluk founded and ran the Exchange Street Studio in Portland, Maine. His students have gone on to study and dance with companies known far and wide from the American Ballet Theater, to New York City Ballet and many more.



August 17
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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History and Culture of Ballet: Part 2
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