Conversations with Ballet's Master Teachers

Join Indianapolis City Ballet's Penny and Jock Fortune Master Class Series in a conversation with Patrick Armand, Associate Director of the San Francisco Ballet School. He was named a principal dancer in Ballet Theatre Français where he received the Laurence Olivier Award for Béjart’s "Song of a Wayfarer" with Rudolf Nureyev.. He later was a principal at the English National Ballet and Boston Ballet. The Q&A was conducted after a master class on January 22, 2013.

The interview is conducted by ICB's Artistic Director of Performance and Master Classes, Jolinda Menendez.

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Conversations with Ballet's Master Teachers

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A library of interviews with some of the premiere ballet teachers and dancers. Conducted following Indianapolis City Ballet's Penny and Jock Fortune Master Classes and set in front of an audience of students and observers, the interviews explore the careers…


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A library of interviews with some of the premiere ballet teachers and dancers. Conducted following Indianapolis City Ballet's Penny and Jock Fortune Master Classes and set in front of an audience of students and observers, the interviews explore the careers of these renowned artists and provide insight into the schools of dance and lives of its artists.

Indianapolis City Ballet is proud to make these interviews available to the public as part of its outreach and education services.

Interviews are conducted by Jolinda Menendez, former ballerina with American Ballet Theatre and the Bavarian National Ballet.

Find more information at: IndianapolisCityBallet.org

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