Rachel Fuchs

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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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  • Rachael Fuchs

    Rachel Fuchs
    Apprentice

    Rachel grew up training and dancing at the School of the Minnesota Ballet and has enjoyed being Clara in the premiering production of the Minnesota Ballet’s “Manhattan” Nutcracker, along with other roles of “Waltz of the Flowers” and “Waltz of the Snowflakes.” She has also enjoyed performing as Spanish doll and Mazurka dancer in Coppélia, a fairy in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and a swan in the Ballet’s 50th Anniversary Gala Performance. Rachel has been an assistant ballet teacher in the Ballet’s Creative Dance program for five years and has served as teaching assistant for Pre-Ballet I and II. She has enjoyed summer dance programs in Minnesota and in 2013 studied at the Boston Ballet’s summer dance program. She received the Rose Mary Harmeier Hoene Dance Award in 2014 and scholarships to summer dance programs at the Kansas City Ballet and Alonzo King LINES Ballet. She is very excited about her first professional season.