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Rossland Dancers off to Summer school, Kootenay Dance Works

  • Jun. 12, 2014 11:00 a.m.

We have another group of dancers from Kootenay Dance Works heading out across North America to further their dance training this summer.

Shown in the group photo from left to right are:  Brynn Streadwick, age 11, who has been accepted into the National Ballet of Canada’s Professional Division (PD)  Summer Program and Alberta Ballet’s PD Summer Program;  Marit Kassels, age 10 who has been accepted into Alberta Ballet’s PD Summer Program;  Emilia Hoffman, age 11, who has been accepted into the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s PD Summer Program and Alberta Ballet’s PD Summer Program;  Ava JinJoe, age 11 who has been accepted into the Alberta Ballet’s PD Summer Program and Tatum Clement, age 11, who has been accepted into the Alberta Ballet’s PD Summer Program.

In the single photos we have  Brooklyn Donovan in pink, age 12, who has been accepted into the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s PD Summer Program and Sally Turnbull, age 16, who has been accepted into Alvin Ailey’s American Dance Theatre’s Summer Program  and Alberta Ballet’s PD Summer Program.

Renee Salsiccioli, Artistic Director of Kootenay Danceworks states “I am so incredibly proud of All of my dancers!”

 

Congratulations Dancers, what an achievement!

 

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