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Friday, October 2, 2020 - Friday, January 29, 2021

Ballet with Bradley Shelver

Ballet in white bold letter overlaid on a photo of Bradley Shelver in a side attitude. Kinetic Kinship across the top.

Bradley Shelver teaches Ballet every Friday at 11AM EST!

Class Price: $13. $11 when you register 3 weeks out!

For more information and to view the Full Class Schedule go to https://bit.ly/kinetickinship

Class Description: Bradley’s ballet class focuses on musicality, breath and technical advancement while, underscoring the essential movement mechanics and organic qualities that exist in the body. Elements of Limon technique and contemporary ballet genres are integrated into the classical aesthetic with a strong emphasis in training versatility in the dancer.

Teacher Bio: Bradley Shelver (South Africa) is a Dancer, Teacher, Choreographer and Author. He has danced with Ailey 2, Elisa Monte Dance, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Ballet Hispanico, The Francesca Harper Project, Limón Dance Company, Phoenix Dance Theater (UK) and in projects with Bill T. Jones Dance Co., Lar Lubovich Dance, The Universal Ballet, Radio City Music Hall and in productions with the Mark Morris Dance Group. He currently dances as a principal with the The Metropolitan Opera Ballet. Mr Shelver is an international touring solo artist and has choreographed works for companies in the USA, Israel, Sweden, Denmark and Italy, including; Ailey 2, Richmond Ballet, Ballet Austin, Lustig Dance Theater, Compania Rio Danca, Cape Dance Company, Cedar Lake 2, Sobers & Godley Dance, as well as creating works for the Royal Danish, Central Ballet School, Royal Swedish Ballet Schools, Joffrey Ballet School, The Ailey School, Boston Conservatory and Long Island University. He is the founder of Bradley Shelver Contemporary Dance Theater. From 2013-2016, he was the Artistic Director of the STEPS Repertory Ensemble. He is currently the Artistic Director of The Brooklyn Dance Festival Company. He is an ABT NTC certified ballet teacher and an Adjunct Ballet Professor at Montclair State University. His book, “Performance Through the Dance Technique of Lester Horton”, is available worldwide.

For more information go to https://bit.ly/kinetickinship

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