Kentucky Ballet Theatre Presents:
Training & Seminar with one of the four Jewels of Cuban Ballet, world renowned Principal dancer, Maitre of Cuban National Ballet and adjudicator.
This September, join us as we host Ms. Aurora Bosch.
Ms. Bosch was born in Havana, Cuba. She began her studies at Alicia Alonso's Academy where she trained in Ballet, Spanish Dance, Character Dance, Pas de Deux, Anatomy in application to dancers physique, Make-up and Pantomima. She joined National Ballet of Cuba in 1956 and became Principal Dancer in 1967.
Aurora has been a ballet professor with experience in Pedagogy of Classical Dance. Principal Maitre of Cuban National Ballet and Founder of National School, specialized in Methodology, and Directorship of Havana Ballet School.
Ms. Bosch graduated with a degree in History of Art at the University of Havana. She was Assistant Professor at the Dance Faculty of High Level Institute of Art and received her Doctorate in Science of Art, Havana where she was made an Honorary Doctor.
September 17-22, 2018
Daily Classes on Monday through Friday
in Residence with the Kentucky Ballet Company & Academy
Students: Schedule will be posted at the studio.
Evening Classes on Wednesday
Ballet & Classical Variations
Students: $40 per class
Educators: $25 per class
Classes & Seminar on Saturday,
September 22nd, 10-4 p.m.
Ballet & Pas de Deux
(Educator round-table discussion with meet & greet)
Seminar, including 2018 Documentary
on Fernando Alonso, father of the Cuban Ballet
(Not yet released in the United States)
Students: $150 per day
Educators: $130 per day
Spaces are Limited