EN POINTE / BR DIRECTOR’S BLOG

Hello, Ballet Rincon families and to our dance community at large! Welcome to the place for philosophy, inspiration, and general musings from me about anything and everything about our special school and the special people that call it their dance home. I invite you to jump in to the most current post, or if you wish to dive a little deeper to see more of who we are, peruse past editions. I am so glad you are here. Enjoy!

Jennifer Neuser / Director, BR

Ballet Rincon promotes excellence in training young dancers, while holding equal the students’ sense of physical and emotional well-being. We pledge the practice of technical and artistic mastery and healthy self-awareness to create joyful ambassadors for the profoundly beautiful world of classical dance.

MOST RECENT BLOG POST

Love and Dance in the Time of Coronavirus

Love and Dance in the Time of Coronavirus

As the whole world of families, friends, school and businesses is figuring out the challenges of how to stay connected via computer technology during social distancing, Ballet Rincon is deep in the thick of working to give our students the best communication of our teachers’ eyes and hearts as we can.

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Love and Dance in the Time of Coronavirus

Love and Dance in the Time of Coronavirus

As the whole world of families, friends, school and businesses is figuring out the challenges of how to stay connected via computer technology during social distancing, Ballet Rincon is deep in the thick of working to give our students the best communication of our teachers’ eyes and hearts as we can.

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Life Lessons

Life Lessons

As we near the close of the Fall Semester of classes at Ballet Rincon, I want to share that in these closing weeks I have had one of the most satisfying experiences of our nineteen-year history at our studios. This week we completed our first in-class ballet presentations for parents and families of our primary to advanced students, and to great acclaim!

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Tippy-toe steps

Tippy-toe steps

Lucky girl that I am, my work still finds the magic place that first sparked my love of dancing as a child.
When I was about three or four years old, I spent most of my time happily lost in an imaginary world born from the “unhindered-by-siblings” creative time of an only child. My waking hours, although sometimes spent with friends that my mom likes to remind me that she “imported” from the neighborhood, were spent by myself, happy to be deep in my dreamy head.

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