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Artistic director Mark Goldweber of The Arpino Apprentices of the Joffrey Ballet give a master class at the American Dance Institute in Rockville, Md, Sunday, April 9, 2006. The class is part of a three-day residence of the Joffrey Ballet's Arpino Apprentice Program at the American Dance Institute. The apprentice program focuses on the introduction of young, up-and-coming dancer into the world of professional ballet. It's a two-year program which provides training and performing opportunities for young dancers. The performance at the American Dance Institute is part of the program. The six dancers of the apprentice program also participated in master classes at the institute open to local dancers age 14-19. ( Astrid Riecken / The Washington Times )
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Artistic director Mark Goldweber of The Arpino Apprentices of the Joffrey Ballet give a master class at the American Dance Institute in Rockville, Md, Sunday, April 9, 2006. The class is part of a three-day residence of the Joffrey Ballet's Arpino Apprentice Program at the American Dance Institute. The apprentice program focuses on the introduction of young, up-and-coming dancer into the world of professional ballet. It's a two-year program which provides training and performing opportunities...
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