Jared Redick

Assistant Dean of BalletSchool of Dance
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Jared Redick

My teaching style is based on principles from the different styles that I have been exposed to throughout my career as a student and professional dancer. My classes are unique in the way I adapt them to the physical nature of my students, guiding them toward a more efficient and intelligent movement quality with the goal to improve in a healthy physical way, with a strong focus on body alignment. With the ever-changing dance world, this approach allows the dancers to discover the most efficient way to move and dance in any given vocabulary.

Education
  • Trained at Mikhail Baryshnikov’s School of Classical Ballet with Mikhail Baryshnikov & Alexander Filipov
  • Trained at School of American Ballet with Stanley Williams, Andrei Kramarevsky, & Richard Rapp
  • Trained at University of North Carolina School of the Arts with Duncan Noble, Melissa Hayden, Gyula Pandi & Frank Smith
  • Trained at Conservatory Ballet with Julia Cziller Redick
  • American Ballet Theatre’s National Training Curriculum Primary – Level 7 certified
  • Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet’s teacher workshop
Credentials

Soloist with Boston Ballet, Miami City Ballet, the Suzanne Farrell Ballet, and Texas Ballet Theater Company member with San Francisco Ballet

Career Highlights
  • Assistant Dean for UNCSA School of Dance
  • Guest Ballet Master for Houston Ballet
  • Dancing for Suzanne Farrell & Edward Villella
  • Originated roles in ballets by Jorma Elo
  • Working with Alexander Grant, originator of the role of Alain, on La Fille mal Gardee as Alain
Awards, Recognitions and Honors
  • Recipient of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts award for exceptional artistic achievement.
  • Associate Fellow Pierson College, Yale University
Organizations

Youth America Grand Prix juror