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Now Available! New Theory and Vocabulary Book!

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Visit the CUSA Bookstore to order the NEW Theory and Vocabulary Book!  The 2016 edition includes Grades 1-10 Theory, Basic Steps and Vocabulary illustrated with color photographs.  A must for students and teachers!


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Exciting News for Male Students!

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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 by the stated deadline. Partial or full awards will be announced prior to the summer course discounted registration deadline of May 1, 2016.  Male students must fit the age and level guidelines stated in the summer course brochure.


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Upcoming Regional Workshops

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2016 Student and Teacher Training courses!

For more information, see the Regional Workshop page.  Schedules TBA.


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Congratulations!

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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 the Adjudicators, Competitors, and Sponsors, as well as the gorgeous program for the event itself.  CUSA congratulates Karin Krochmal for this honor!

Pictured Left to Right Karin Krochmal, Graphic Designer Betty Seibert, Chair of Cecchetti International Classical Ballet

Pictured Left to Right
Karin Krochmal, Graphic Designer
Betty Seibert, Chair of Cecchetti International Classical Ballet

 


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Recommended Reading

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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. The son of pioneering Anglo-Jewish parents, Richard was born in the former Belgian Congo and was exposed from early childhood to languages as diverse as French, Flemish, Swahili and Ladino. His love of languages has continued throughout his life, leading him to study Turkish, Dutch, Mandarin and Yiddish. His has indeed been a life linked by languages.

Follow this link to order:  http://www.blurb.com/b/6295294-congo-to-covent-garden


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