Performance Division Auditions

Evergreen City Ballet
Date: 8/20/2022, 1-4 PM

Evergreen City Ballet’s Performance Division (PD) provides advanced students unique opportunities to further develop their technique and artistry through a demanding training and performance schedule. A level placement audition is required to be considered for this pre-professional program. Our artistic staff carefully selects and invites each dancer. Students must be fully enrolled at Evergreen City Ballet year-round.

This audition is for ages 13 and up. Audition fee is $30. Audition will consist of a 2-hour ballet technique class, followed by 1-hour of contemporary repertoire taught by Marte Osiris Madera* (Spectrum Dance Theater). Dancers en pointe should have their shoes ready. Please arrive at 12:45 PM. Bring registration form, pointe shoes, face mask. Partial and full scholarships are available. Click here for more information and to register.

The audition will be held at Pitch Studio, 5300 4th Avenue S in Seattle. 

PD dancers learn life-long skills transferrable in any line of work. Students dive into a demanding training and performance schedule year-round. At Evergreen City Ballet, we nurture the creative potential of our students, challenge their expectations, and support their goals and aspirations as young citizen artists.
This unique and remarkable program provides dancers the professional-level performance opportunities they may not get at other ballet schools. Our annual productions include our student choreography showcase Elevate, The Nutcracker, Spring Production, Season Finale, and other community engagements.
Evergreen City Ballet is located at 1300 Bronson Way N in Renton.
* Marte Osiris Madera was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. He graduated with an MFA in Dance from the University of Washington and a BFA in Dance from San Jose State University. Marte has danced professionally with companies across the U.S., including Spectrum Dance Theater, Dance Kaleidoscope, Lustig Dance Theater, Central West Ballet, Oakland Ballet, Menlowe Ballet, Robert Moses Kin, sjDANCEco, and the Margaret Wingrove Dance Company. He has also choreographed and taught dance at various institutions to students of all ages and abilities.
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