Dance Master Class with Carlos López

Date: 

Thursday, February 25, 2016, 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Location: 

Harvard Dance Center, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge

Presented ByOffice for the Arts (OFA) Dance Program and Learning from Performers

Carlos Lopez

Carlos López, internationally acclaimed dancer and current Ballet Master for the American Ballet Theater Studio Company, will lead a ballet master class at the Harvard Dance Center as part of the OFA Dance Program's Spring 2016 Master Class Series

Carlos López danced as a Principal with Victor Ullate Ballet in Spain where he performed leading roles in Giselle, Don Quixote, Paquita, Les Sylphides, Theme and Variations, Hammerklavier, Grosse Fuge, Before Night Fall, Nomos Alpha etc. He then joined the American Ballet Theatre and was a Soloist from 2003 until 2011. He currently performs as Principal Guest Artist for Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico, with whom he has performed at the International Ballet Festival of Havana 2012 and with Jose Manuel Carreno's Stars Gala, as well as other companies around the world.

Mr. López is an American Ballet Theatre® Certified Teacher in levels Primary through Level 7 of the ABT® National Training Curriculum. As a teacher, he has taught classes in Spain, Mexico and at the ABT New York Summer Intensive. He currently teaches for the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company. 

This class is for dancers age 18 + with intermediate to advance level experience. Observers welcome. 

Participation is free, but due to limited class capacity, online registration is required for both participants and observers. First-come, first-served, with priority given to Harvard University Undergraduate Students. 

Harvard University encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact 617-495-8683 in advance of your participation or visit. 

The Harvard Dance Center is accessible for individuals using wheelchairs.

Photo credit: Jesus Vallinas.