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APDF Master Workshop 2020 - Glenn Allen Sims - Ballet

A FREE Master Workshop BALLET class led by Alvin Ailey dancer, Glenn Allen Sims focused on musicality as well as technique. His mantra is to encourage every dancer that ballet is attainable by all, no matter the body type, there is no judgement in the studio.
APDF Master Workshop 2020 - Glenn Allen Sims - Ballet

Time & Location

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Dance Mixx Studio, 31 Park Rd, Tinton Falls, NJ 07724, USA

About the Event

ABOUT THE CLASS:  A ballet class geared to Intermediate/Advanced level dancers, the class is designed off of principles from Vaganova technique. We will focus on musicality as well as technique. My mantra is to encourage every dancer that ballet is attainable by all, no matter the body type, there is no judgement in the studio. Together we will explore your endless possibilities and find new discoveries along the way that will carry You beyond today.

ABOUT GLENN ALLEN SIMS: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Is a native of Long Branch, NJ. He began his classical dance training at the Academy of Dance Arts in Tinton Falls, New Jersey and was a scholarship student to the Ailey School’s Summer Intensive. Mr. Sims attended the Juilliard School under Benjamin Harkarvy. In 2004 Mr. Sims was the youngest person to be inducted into the Long Branch High School’s Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. He has been featured on several network television programs, including BET Honors, Dancing With The Stars, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, LIVE! With Kelly and Michael, The Today Show and So You Think You Can Dance. Mr. Sims is a master teacher, certified Zena Rommett Floor-Barre instructor, and certified Pilates mat instructor. He has performed in the White House Dance Series and for the king of Morocco. Mr. Sims was featured on the cover of and wrote a featured guest blog for DANCE MAGAZINE. He has originated featured roles by Carmen De Lavallade, Judith Jamison, Lynn Taylor Corbett, Mauro Bigonzetti, Rennie Harris, and Ronald K. Brown. Mr. Sims joined Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 1997. 

photo by Andrew Eccles