After her training at the School of American Ballet and then many years as a professional with companies such as American Ballet Theatre, The Joffrey Ballet, and Broadway's An American in Paris, Abigail knows what it takes to be a great dancer and how to help you take your skills and passion to the next level, regardless of whether you're an experienced dancer or a beginner looking to learn the basics. Abigail has been a guest master class teacher at Chautauqua School of Dance, The Dallas Conservatory, Joffrey Ballet School Summer Intensive, Alvin Ailey Second Company, Cirque du Soleil, American Academy of Dance, Royal Acadamy of Fine Arts, Ballet Chicago, Ruth Page Performing Arts, Vienna State Opera Ballet Academy, Broadway Dance Center, State Street Ballet, Intrigue Performing Arts Center, and Prestige Performing Arts Center, amongst others.
ARE PRIVATE BALLET COACHING WORTH IT?
In the privacy of a one-on-one session, your coach will no doubt, point out a dancers strengths, which help build confidence, as well as give exacting direction on how to work on other skills that may not be as strong. Technique can be drastically improved by working one-on-one. Private coaching is a beneficial supplement to a dancer's training routine, one-on-one lessons are individualized to each student's needs. Private coaching help you will develop artistry and fine-tune technique.
As your coach I give no less then 100% & can confidently say that all my students see results & have been accepted into top Schools, Colleges & Ballet companies around the world! If you want to see results & you really want to become a professional, study with someone who has 30 + years of training & experience in the industry.