There are four categories are the membership levels for CECCHETTI USA. Membership is due by September 1st each year.
If you are interested in pursuing teacher’s certification in the Cecchetti method, please contact our executive director, Denise Rinaldi, who will be able to recommend a certified teacher in your area and assist you in beginning the certification process.
Exams are designed to give teachers and students specific goals to work toward and to maintain standards of development consistent with international standards. Cecchetti USA offers several different types of exams which serve a unique pupose
Exciting News for Male Students! The Cecchetti USA Board of Directors is pleased to announce a new Residential Summer Course scholarship program for male dancers. Parents or legal guardians of male attendees may apply for financial assistance by filling out the application form found on the RSC Information page and submitting the accompanying materials byRead More
CUSA is proud to announce that Karin Krochmal, the graphic designer for all of the promotional materials created for the 4th CICB Competition hosted by CUSA in August 2014 in Richmond, VA, has received the Graphic Design USA Award for Excellence! This includes the posters, banners, flyers and the envelope for informational brochures regarding theRead More
Congo to Covent Garden In this memoir, Richard Glasstone draws on some sixty years of experience as a professional dancer, teacher and choreographer to record many different aspects of the history and development of ballet in South Africa, Holland, Turkey and China, as well as under three different regimes at London’s Royal Ballet School. TheRead More
Cecchetti USA holds Regional Workshops throughout the year. Students attending a Workshop, who are Ballet Scholar members of Cecchetti USA and 11 years of age or above, are eligible to receive a $200.00 tuition scholarship to the annual Cecchetti USA Residential Summer Course. Students attending a Workshop, who are Ballet Scholar members of CecchettiRead More
The January 2010 issue of Dance Studio Life magazine featured an article titled “Class a la Cecchetti”. Here is an excerpt, “Cecchetti training is respected all over the world. George Balanchine would occasionally ask his dancers at New York City Ballet—during a Wednesday class, for example—“What were Cecchetti’s Wednesday steps? Let’s do them today!” EvenRead More