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Bar Altshuler
Eulalia Ayguade
Rasmus Ölme
Thierry Baë
Douglas Becker
Anne-Marie Blink
Benjamin Boar
Tobiah Booth-Remmers
Dominique Duszynski
Ernesto Edivaldo
Leif Firnhaber
Ori Flomin
Jozef Frucek
Cassiel Gaube
Renate Graziadei
Lance Gries
DCJ Group
Julyen Hamilton
Saju Hari
Robert Hayden
Milan Herich
David Hernandez
Roxane Huilmand
Peter Jasko
Hun - Mok Jung
Linda Kapetanea
Matej Kejzar
Martin Kilvady
Kurt Koegel
Anton Lachky
Tijen Lawton
Susanne Linke
Renan Martins de Oliveira
Cruz Isael Mata
Piergiorgio Milano
Marielle Morales
Thi-Mai Nguyen
Claire O'Neil
Janet Panetta
Chrysa Parkinson
Shi Pratt
Sten Rudstrom
Arthur Stäldi
Rakesh Sukesh
Milan Tomášik
Armand van den Hamer
Shosha van Kranendonk
Alexander Vantournhout
Sun Xiao Jun
David Zambrano


Janet Panetta

A veteran of the American Ballet Theatre, Janet Panetta also has a broad experience of contemporary dance forms. After training with Antony Tudor, Margaret Craske and Alfredo Corvino she danced with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, The New York City Ballet Lecture Program and American Ballet Theatre. Changing venues she continued performing in modern and post modern companies such as Paul Sanasardo, Neil Greenberg, Nancy Alfaro, Robert Kovitch and Susan Salinger.
She has trained dancers in many of the major ballet and modern american companies such as American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Paul Taylor, Cunningham, Limon and Trisha Brown. She has also been a guest teacher for many European companies in France, Belgium, Holland, Germany and Poland.
Her extensive experience in classical and contemporary dance enables her to teach classical technique in a way adapted to dancers with a modern background and training. Janet Panetta’s class addresses both the requirements of classical technique and the potential and uniqueness of each individual’s dancing. The principles of alignment taught in the exercises and combinations have been developed in order to build a firm technical foundation and to allow freedom of movement. Rhythm, line and weight all become learning tools that can be transferred to other styles of dance.