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Ballet Edmonton Masterclass

| Studio 2
This class will focus on deepening the dancer's understanding of balletic skills and how to incorporate contemporary movement vocabulary for dancers with mostly classical experience. There will be no pointe work in this class. This class is for experienced dancers.
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$15.00 dance umbrella students and choral members $10



Yoko Kanomata
Born in Fukushima, Japan, Yoko started her ballet training at Hitomi Takeuchi Ballet School. At a young age, she began winning prizes at national competitions such as the Sendai Ballet Competition, All Japan Ballet Competition and Japan NBA Ballet Competition, to name a few. Upon graduating high school, Yoko moved to Vancouver to join Pacific Dance Arts School where she completed her ballet training before starting her professional career as a dancer. Yoko joined the Atlanta Ballet Company under the direction of John McFall, where she had the privilege to perform in ballets such as Cinderella, The Nutcracker, Fire Bird, Don Quixote, Peter Pan, Dracula and Moulin Rouge. In 2017, Yoko joined Coastal City Ballet to perform leading roles in ballets such as A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Raymonda and Joshua Beamish’s Butterfly Lovers. in 2023 Yoko appeared as Myrta in Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY’s production of @giselle in New York. Yoko is currently the Rehearsal Director for Ballet Edmonton.

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