ETHAN STIEFEL TO SPONSOR STUDENT OF
JACQUELINE KENNEDY ONASSIS SCHOOL AT
AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE
Full-Tuition Scholarship to be Awarded to Student of
ABT’s Pre-Professional Training Program for Three-Year Term
Ethan Stiefel, a Principal Dancer at American Ballet Theatre, has established an annual scholarship to the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at ABT, it was announced today by Rachel Moore, Executive Director. The Ethan Stiefel Scholarship will provide one full-tuition scholarship for a term of three years to be granted to a male student of ABT’s pre-professional training program, The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School.
In establishing the scholarship, Ethan Stiefel said, “The art of ballet has given so much to me personally and professionally, and it is important to develop opportunities for others to enjoy the same experience I have had. I feel quite strongly about the need to bring more young male talent to the art, and I hope my contribution will help facilitate that goal in some way.”
The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre, established in January 2004, is a pre-professional classical ballet program currently training students aged 14-18 at the Company’s 890 Broadway rehearsal studios. Directed by Franco De Vita, the school includes a curriculum of classical technique, pointe, pas de deux, character, modern technique and Pilates. Faculty includes members of ABT’s Artistic Staff, ABT alumni and prominent teachers. Students are accepted based on merit and scholarships are available.
Auditions for the Fall semester of the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre will be held Monday, April 17 at 890 Broadway in New York City. For audition information, please call 212-477-3030, ext. 3012 or contact email@example.com