Think of all the men who have powerfully impacted the world of dance: Edward Villella, Arthur Mitchell, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Jerome Robbins, and perhaps one of the greatest of all, George Balanchine. The list is endless.
Prioritizing programming for male dancers and namely making it accessible for male dancers to pursue their interest and passion is the reason behind Ballet in the City’s ‘Guys Dance Too’ program. Since 2014, Ballet in the City has provided opportunities for male dancers to study with teachers such as Amar Ramasar, principal, New York City Ballet, and Piotr Stanczyk, principal, National Ballet of Canada.
Beginning in 2018, any male dancer is eligible for a scholarship to attend a Ballet in the City presentation of a performance or master class (exceptions to some events apply). Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
to reserve your ticket/ place in the class.
Stay tuned for more details about Ballet in the City’s Guys Dance Too program.