Open house for people interested in dance classes
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BRATTLEBORO- Brattleboro School of Dance has published its schedule of classes for the fall and winter of 2013-14. The studio will host an open house from 5 to 8 pm on Friday, September 6, for members of the public to get acquainted with the faculty and learn more about the programs.

Students can register online at or by going to the studio at 22 High Street from 3 to 8 pm on Friday, September 6, 12 to 5 pm on Saturday, September 7, or 12 to 2 pm on Sunday, September 8. Classes begin on Monday, September 9.

Four new instructors will be joining the school this fall, including two new ballet instructors, Robert Royce and Jesse Tidquist. Francesca Bourgault will be teaching modern, jazz, and tap styles, while Casey Beauchamp takes over hip-hop instruction.

New class offerings for the fall include the pre-professional training program. Led by retired professional dancer Mucuy Bolles, these classes take advanced dancers through a variety of styles and explore repertory from contemporary ballet and modern companies, original combinations, pointe variations, and performance techniques, all in preparation for a career in ballet, modern or concert dance.

The full 2013-14 class schedule and bios for all faculty can be found at For more information call (802) 254-6884.
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