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Photo: Vail International Dance Festival Master Class openings still available

Erin Baiano | Special to the Daily
Each summer, the Vail International Dance Festival Master Class Series gives advanced dance students the opportunity to learn and gain invaluable dance experience from world-class dancers and instructors. This summer’s classes, which began July 31 and run through Aug. 13, are taught by instructors Isabella Boylston, artist-in-residence, principal, American Ballet Theatre; Carla Korbes, associate artistic director, LA Dance Project, former principal, Pacific Northwest Ballet; BalletX Artistic Director Christine Cox; Tiler Peck, principal, New York City Ballet; Lauren Lovett, principal, New York City Ballet; Eric Underwood, choreographer and soloist, The Royal Ballet; Dance Theatre of Harlem’s Melissa Toogood, Bessie Award Winner for Outstanding Performer; Paul Taylor Dance Company and Lauren Froderman, winner, “So You Think You Can Dance.” Slots are still available for many of the remaining classes. To register, visit www.vaildance.org.
Special to the Daily |

Each summer, the Vail International Dance Festival Master Class Series gives advanced dance students the opportunity to learn and gain invaluable dance experience from world-class dancers and instructors. This summer’s classes, which began July 31 and run through Aug. 13, are taught by instructors Isabella Boylston, artist-in-residence, principal, American Ballet Theatre; Carla Korbes, associate artistic director, LA Dance Project, former principal, Pacific Northwest Ballet; BalletX Artistic Director Christine Cox; Tiler Peck, principal, New York City Ballet; Lauren Lovett, principal, New York City Ballet; Eric Underwood, choreographer and soloist, The Royal Ballet; Dance Theatre of Harlem’s Melissa Toogood, Bessie Award Winner for Outstanding Performer; Paul Taylor Dance Company and Lauren Froderman, winner, “So You Think You Can Dance.” Slots are still available for many of the remaining classes. To register, visit http://www.vaildance.org.