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Ms. Paolucci and Mr. Duncan have danced professionally all over the country and set choreographic pieces on several dance companies, said Swain. The pair have been training students at Inspire in conditioning through the study of Progressive Ballet Technique, Variations, modern, partnering, and boy’s class, she said.

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Students at Inspire Ballet and Fine Arts in Valparaiso had the great privilege of training this past week under the astute instruction of a pair of veteran artists with New York Theatre Ballet. The students will showcase what they have learned at a public performance on Friday afternoon.

According to Brittany Swain, Co-Director of Inspire Ballet and Fine Arts, students trained under Christina Paolucci, former Executive Director and Principle dancer with New York Theatre Ballet and Julliard graduate, and her husband, Terence Duncan, former Principle Dancer with NYTB, faculty member of Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and current Director of Dance at County College of Morris in New Jersey.

Ms. Paolucci and Mr. Duncan have danced professionally all over the country and set choreographic pieces on several dance companies, said Swain. The pair have been training students at Inspire in conditioning through the study of Progressive Ballet Technique, Variations, modern, partnering, and boy’s class, she said.

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Olivia Huff practices an exercise for pirouettes through Progressive Ballet Technique training under Christina Paolucci.

Participating student dancers will be showcasing what they have learned on Friday, July 13, 1:30 p.m., at Inspire Ballet and Fine Arts located at 890 Valastics Ave (in front of the Coca Cola plant).

“We have been extremely grateful for our local students to receive this caliber of training in Valparaiso and look forward to hosting Christina and Terry again in the future,” said Swain.

PHOTO (TOP):  Samantha Savoie partners with Terence Duncan in front of younger students at Inspire Ballet and Fine Arts

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