Mar 18, 2014
FSPA Students Place at Top of Age Divisions at 2014 Youth America Grand Prix Semi-Finals
Three advanced Ballet Conservatory students from the Franklin School for the Performing Arts placed at the top of their age divisions in the Classical Dance category of the Youth America Grand Prix New England regional semi-finals, held February 7-9 in Providence, RI.
For his first audition, Flavio Salazar conceded that he did not know all that much about ballet, but he was willing to give it a try.
FSPA Ballet Conservatory Dancers to Compete at Youth America Grand Prix
Three advanced Ballet Conservatory students from the Franklin School for the Performing Arts will participate in the Youth America Grand Prix New England regional semi-finals, to be held at Veteran's Memorial Auditorium in Providence, Rhode Island on February 7- 9. Mikaela Guidice, 11, of Norfolk, Shaina McGillis, 15, of Franklin, and Noura Sander, ... (more)
Non-Fiction Films for August: 28 'First Position'
People entering talent-based competitions by the thousand isn't remarkable anymore to most of those who are interested in such shows; from " American Idol " to " So You Think You Can Dance? " chronicle the vast numbers of hopefuls who dream of garnering enough favor with the public so that they might have a shot at being an artist.