Guest ballet masters and dancers

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  • Lucie Barthélémy

    Lucie Barthélémy

    Guest ballet master

    Born in September 13th, 1986, Lucie Barthélemy is a professional dancer with more than 16 years of experience in big companies and graduated as a classical dance teacher. She trained as a dancer at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris between 2000 and 2005. Since then she has participated in…

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  • Zoran Marcović

    Guest teacher

    Born in Beglrado, Romania, in 1974, he began his dance studies at the National Ballet School “Lujo Davico”. After passing through this institution, he was invited by Marika Besobrazova to continue his studies at the Princess Grace school in Monaco. He spent two months there and finished his apprenticeship with a scholarship at the Hamburg…

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  • Maya Harr

    Guest Master Ballet

    Maya Harr started her ballet studies at the United States, in Washington School of Ballet, under the tutelage of Mimmo Miccolis and Kristina Windom, the person in charge to form Lines Ballet’s dancers. She continued her dance studies thanks to the Mary Day Scholarship she received and also participated in Kennedy Center Master Class Series. In…

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  • Nino Ochiauri

    Guest teacher

    Nino Ochiarui was born in Tbilisi, Gegorgia. From 1985 to 1993 she studied at Vakhtang Chabukiani Ballet State School with teachers such as Tamar Vikhodtseva, Natalia Zolotova and Ninel Silvanovich. Her career as a professional dancer began in 1993 when she became an artist for the Tifilis Z. Paliashvili Opera and the Ballet State Theater.…

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  • Francesco Sorrentino

    Guest teacher

    Francesco Sorrentino was born in 1982 in Vibo Valentia, Italy. He began studying Vaganova technique in his hometown at the school of teachers Todor Ivancev and Dotchika Trifonova, and followed in the footsteps of these professionals in a prestigious course in Varna.   He finished his studies at the Scuola del Balleto del Sud and…

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  • Débora Martínez Cano

    Guest teacher and ballet master

    At the moment she attends the Conservatory Superior of Dance Maria de Avila in Madrid, in the specialty of Pedagogy of Spanish Dance. Since September 2012, she has been part of the Spanish National Ballet as a principal dancer. Among other works, she has performed ‘El Cor de Pedra Verda’ and ‘Dansa i tronío’ with the BNE and has premiered, with the Taller Estudi, ‘Alba al segle XVIII’, ‘Tríptic’ and ‘Pasito a pas’ in the Auditorium of Riba-roja of Valencia in 2009.

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