Former New York City Ballet Principal Dancer Nilas Martins visits The Dallas Conservatory to teach masterclasses open to the DFW dance community May 22-24. A Repetiteur for The Balanchine Trust and Master Faculty/Judge for Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP), Martins will teach students and professionals ages 12- adult in a series of six ballet technique, pointe and repertoire classes for 2 levels.
Since 2010, The Dallas Conservatory’s students have enjoyed world-class performing arts training in world-class facilities.
Now, TDC students enjoy our flexible, private academic education that allows more time for training, creative projects, professional assignments and travel.
“Rockefeller Christmas at The Majestic” delighted audiences with its Radio-City style fun! Our 9th annual holiday show drew record crowds and rave reviews, and featured 100 TDC and Park Cities Studios singers and dancers. The Nutcracker suite featured TDC students Rachel Rohrich, Claira Russell, Eden Ryder and Kali Kleiman, with Madyson Grobe and Olivia Bell splitting the role of Clara. Vocal soloists included Mark Hancock and Gigi Johnson (pictured), Avery Davis, local celebrity WT Greer. American Ballet Theatre’s Arron Scott flew in from NYC to play the Sugar Plum Cavalier! Auditions for next year’s show will be held in August!
As always, The Dallas Conservatory (TDC) has assembled the most astounding collection of STAR dancers/choreographers/teachers under one roof in America. Dance and Musical Theatre Intensives of different varieties are offered at six levels, for ages 8 to adult through professional teachers. Teaching is hands-on, with lots of personal correction in boutique-sized classes.
The Dallas Conservatory (TDC) is a private performing arts school for talented and serious students of dance and theater, ages 8-18. Founded in 2010 by Jacqueline Porter, TDC offers world-class training and performance opportunities to prepare for a possible professional career.
Students are selected by audition for their professional potential and mental readiness to embark on the vigorous training required to turn passion for the arts into a profession. TDC students are trained, monitored and mentored to be competitive for 1) admission into America’s top arts universities, summer programs and apprentice companies, 2) college and summer scholarship offers, and 3) professional contracts.