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Valentina Kozlova Dance Conservatory New York's Spring Gala

Valentina Kozlova Dance Conservatory New York's Spring Gala

Company:

Guests: Nikita Boris and Justin Valentine

Location:

MMAC, 248 West 60th Street (between West End & 10th Avenue)

Dates:

Sunday, May 28, 2017 - 5:00pm

Tickets:

www.vkdcny.com

Company:
Guests: Nikita Boris and Justin Valentine

VALENTINA  KOZLOVA  DANCE  CONSERVATORY  NEW  YORK  TO  PERFORM   ANNUAL  'SPRING  GALA'
Guests: Nikita Boris and Justin Valentine, 2016 recipients of scholarships to the Vaganova Academy


Sunday May 28, 5 PM
MMAC, 248 West 60th Street (between West End & 10th Avenue)
Tickets: $40
Reservations/information: 212.245.0050

 

The Valentina Kozlova Dance Conservatory New York will perform its annual 'Spring Gala,' featuring young dancers from the Kozlova school, located in midtown Manhattan.   The ensemble will be joined by Nikita Boris and Justin Valentine, also Kozlova students, who received medals at the last Kozlova International Ballet Competition as well as scholarships to the Vaganova Academy in St. Petersburg, Russia, awarded to them by member of the jury Nikolai Tsisaridze.

The ensemble will perform excerpts from Paquita and La Vivandiere, and other dances from the classical repertory.  Boris and Valentine will appear in the Black Swan pas de deux from Swan Lake.

Reminder: the Kozlova International Ballet Competition comes to Symphony Space June 6-10.
 


Photo: Nikita Boris and Justin Valentine performing in a studio at the Vaganova Academy in St. Petersburg.

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