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Accepted to Juilliard! TDC's Griffin Massey

Congratulations to Griffin Massey on your acceptance to The Juilliard School!! We are so PROUD of you!

Griffin is a senior at The Dallas Conservatory, having moved from Oklahoma for our academic school and pre-professional program in 2018. His accomplishments while with us include 2nd Place Winner 2019 at YAGP (Contemporary Senior Men, Dallas) and 100 percent scholarship winner to Ballet West, Ellison Ballet and Next Generation Ballet! He is a Company Member of both the Tremaine Dance Performance Program and The Dallas Conservatory. Griffin will be competing with TDC at YAGP finals and also NYCDA in April, then graduating in May from TDC and spending the summer at Ballet West. We will miss your amazing positive energy and brilliant mind, Griffin! All the best for a thrilling new chapter!!

Since 1905, The Juilliard School has been among the world’s leading institutions training thousands of performing artists for top careers. The school provides the highest caliber of artistic education for gifted musicians, dancers, and actors from around the world.

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I Am Musical Theater

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The Dallas Conservatory is THRILLED to announce an exclusive Masterclass opportunity with the man hailed as “one of the most sought out choreographers of the day” by The New York Times, Dwight Rhoden! Rhoden, Founding Artistic Director/Resident Choreographer of Complexions Contemporary Dance Company, will teach two Contemporary Masterclasses on Sunday, March 18. No audition is required, but space is extremely limited and pre-registration is highly encouraged. Find out more here »

Rockefeller Christmas at the Majestic 2017

Featuring two stars of Russian Ballet in their farewell performances, the 2017 production of Rockefeller Christmas at the Majestic, presented by The Dallas Conservatory, was like none other! After performing for audiences all over the world. Olga Pavlova as Sugar Plum, and Yevgeni Anfinogenov as Cavalier, returned to Dallas and gave an unforgettable performance that drew rounds of applause and admiration fromt he crowd, in their final time on stage. The show also featured more than 100 TDC and Park Cities Studios singers and dancers performing jazz dancing, tap dancing, singing,

and Act II of The Nutcracker complete with live gingerbread children, dancing flowers, and snow falling on stage! The Nutcracker suite featured TDC students Kali Kleiman, Madyson Grobe, Eden Ryder, Ali McKelvey, Riley Glover, Roya Rahimi, and Olivia Bell, with Charlotte Junge and Ally Whitley splitting the role of Clara. Vocal soloists included Kimberly Billings Oliver and Christian Jones. Auditions for next year’s show will be held in August! Stay tuned!

Rockefeller Christmas at the Majestic 2016

“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!

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