Natasha Bryant

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    Free Trial Classes Saturday, June 10

    Saturday Sampler June 10
    Ballet Depot Studios, 506 West Michigan Street

    10:00-10:30 Creative Movement (age 3-5 yrs)
    10:30-11:00 Pre-Ballet (age 6-7 yrs)
    11:00-11:30 Ballet Technique (ages 8-10
    11:30-12:00 Ballet Technique (age 11-adult)
    12:00-12:30 Beginning Tap (age 10-adult)
    12:30-1:00 Jazz (age 12-adult)
    1:00-1:30 Modern (age 12-adult)

    No reservations needed. It’s great chance for children, teens, and adults to try a free class or two and for ballet students new to the school to be placed at the most appropriate level.

    No need to come in special dancewear for the Sampler; come in comfortable clothing.

    Information: Call the Ballet, 218-529-3742

    Summer at the Ballet

    Summer is always an exciting place at the School of the Minnesota Ballet, a chance not only to work on ballet technique but to explore and enjoy other dance styles such as jazz, character, tap, and modern.

    To see all the class offerings in the Summer Term and the Summer Intensive, click on School/Summer Programs.

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  • Natasha Bryant

    Natasha was born in Suwanee, Georgia. At age 14, she
    was accepted into Atlanta Ballet’s Conservatory program on full
    scholarship, where she started her exploration of
    contemporary styles and performed with the Atlanta Ballet Company.
    She has studied contemporary and hip-hop dance under Jennifer
    Archibald in the summer of 2015 in New York and has attended
    numerous summer intensives on scholarship, including Atlanta Ballet,
    Orlando Ballet, The Austrian Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet. At
    age 16, she competed in the Youth America Grand Prix semifinals and
    received a Top 12 Award in Classical. At age 17, she was
    accepted into Joffrey Chicago’s Trainee Program for two seasons. And in
    fall 2016 Natasha joined the Grand Rapids Ballet Company, under
    Artistic Directer Patricia Barker. Natasha performed many classical
    and contemporary pieces including George Balanchine’s
    Serenade, Mario Radacovsky’s Black & White: Swan Lake and Brian
    Enos’s world premiere of Alice In Wonderland.