Ballet one class performed Contredanse. Photo by Andrea Singer

Tiny dancers twirl in Taylorsville


By Andrea Singer

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High Sierra Ballet Academy filled the Historic Taylorsville Hall on May 27, performing their first in-studio concert for friends and family. The tiny dancers wooed the crowd with their theatric performances, displaying their talents gained by the dedication and discipline to the art form accumulated over the past year under the direction of Natalie Landfield. 

Twirling in their pink and blue tutus, the ballerinas performed multiple dance routines including solos with ages ranging from 2 to 8 years old. All of the girls displayed graceful coordination, ability to focus, and self confidence, giving a clear indication that ballet provides  tools that help children grow both mentally and socially. If you are interested in having your child join the High Sierra Ballet Academy contact Natalie at (707)502-6797. Summer session begins June 6th, so reserve you’re spot now! 

  If you missed the performance you can watch it on YouTube in the following link  

Solitaire being performed by Abigail McCutcheon, Evelyn Martin, Braylnn Griffin, Genavieve McAllistar, and Dixie and Raegan Goings. Photo submitted
Roger sisters: Charlie, Elaine and Lucy perform. Photo by Andrea Singer
Reagan Goings performing her solo to Blue Bird Variation. Photo by Andrea Singer

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  • Bravo girls, keep up the good work.

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