ALL STAR PERFORMANCE FINALE features the Opening Competitor Piece, Winning Competitors and Guest Artists.
The week-long “Olympics of Dance” culminates with a star-studded All Stars Performance finale on Saturday, June 16 at the Bob Carr Theater. Matt Palm of the Orlando Sentinel, named the evening “A steady stream of wow-wow-wow.” Central Florida Ballet, producers of the famed WBC, have selected an impressive roster of all-star performers for this year’s All Star Performance finale:
Denys Drozdyuk, known as the Canadian winner of So You Think You Can Dance, is from the Ukraine and holds a B.A. from the world-famous Juilliard School in New York. He was also featured on NBC’s Hit Television show “World of Dance.”
Hannah Bettes, a native of Florida and former student of Central Florida Ballet, now a soloist at the prestigious Boston Ballet.
Joseph Gatti, a former Principal Dancer with the Cincinnati Ballet and the first American male dancer to win the prestigious gold medal at the New York International Ballet Competition.
Lauren Fadeley trained at the Orlando Ballet School and the School of American Ballet (SAB) she performed in the Academy Award-winning film “Black Swan.”
Lasha Khozashvili, a Principal Dancer with the Boston Ballet whose repertoire includes leading roles in Swan Lake and Don Quixote.
Anaïs Chalendard, a Principal Dancer with the Boston Ballet who was formally trained in Germany, Berlin and Karlsruhe and premiered the leading role in Terence Kohler’s Anna Karenina.
Christye Alan, an accomplished aerialist who trained at the Tuzer Dance Center in Dallas, Texas and joined the cast of the Siegfried and Roy Show in Las Vegas as a performer.
For World Ballet Competition Information, Visit: https://www.worldballetcompetition.com
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