School of Dance

School of Dance

Like all great artistic disciplines, dance is an ongoing conversation between the classical and the contemporary, between iconic productions of The Nutcracker and daring new works from emerging choreographers. In both the college and high school programs at the School of Dance, you can choose to concentrate in either classical dance or contemporary dance, but you will train and perform extensively in both disciplines. As the exclusive educational affiliate school of the American Ballet Theatre, our industry connections are unrivaled. Through our rigorous and nurturing conservatory experience, you will explore a diverse, world-class repertory that develops talented young performers into technically sound, artistically sensitive and stylistically versatile professional dancers. 

EXCLUSIVE EDUCATIONAL AFFILIATE SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE

American Ballet Theatre

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Exclusive educational affiliate of American Ballet Theatre
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Must-See Nutcracker Performances, Dance Teacher Magazine
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Best Dance Programs, Dance Teacher Magazine
Jared Redick, Interim Dean of Dance
Jared Redick

Interim Dean of Dance Jared Redick is a 1989 graduate of the high school ballet program at UNCSA, where he studied with founding Dean of Dance Robert Lindgren, along with Duncan Noble, Melissa Hayden, Gyula Pandi and Frank Smith.

As a dance educator, he has taught nationally and internationally at the Royal Danish Ballet School, Tivoli Ballet Theatre, Houston Ballet School, Orlando Ballet School, Nashville Ballet School, Charlotte Ballet and Yale University. He has served as guest ballet master with Finnish National Ballet, Houston Ballet, Nashville Ballet and Cincinnati Ballet. He is also a judge and master teacher for the Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP).

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