The USA IBC is a wonderful gathering that provides a global view of dance.

– Edward Villella
International Jury Chair
2014 USA IBC

Master Classes

In addition to the Stars of the IBC Reunion Gala, the USA IBC will present a master class series featuring classes with 2010 USA IBC silver medalist, Candice Adea and special guest artists, John Michael Schert and Annali Rose from the Trey McIntyre Project. All classes will take place at the Bitsy Irby Visual Arts and Dance Center at Belhaven University. Classes are open to advanced level dancers, ages 14 and up.

Class schedule for Saturday, July 14 :
Classical Ballet
Candice Adea

1:00-2:30 pm
Contemporary Dance and Repertoire
John Michael Schert and Annali Rose

More about Candice Adea:
USA IBC Senior Silver 2010 – Ballet Philippines
Adea was born in Manila, Philippines and quickly earned scholarships that led to admission at the Philippine High School for the Arts. Later at De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde she graduated with a Bachelor of Performing Arts with dance major and an Artistic Excellence Award coupled with the Maria Makiling Scholarship. A member of Ballet Philippines since 2004, Adea dances in all productions essaying principal roles in Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote, The Nutcracker, Coppelia, Peter Pan, Snow White, Crisostomo Ibarra and Amadaamong among others. Adea is the first Filipina to win a silver medal at USA International Ballet Competition (June 2010). At the Boston International Ballet Competition in 2011, Adea took the Maris Liepa Award for Outstanding Artistry and the Lead Role in a Russian Ballet performance; she also won the third place at the 8th Seoul International Dance Competition in South Korea. In June 2012, Adea took first place in the womens senior division at Helsinki International Ballet Competition.

More about Trey McIntyre Project:
July 2005, Trey McIntyre Project burst onto the national dance scene as a summer touring company with its debut at The Vail International Dance Festival. Trey McIntyre Project’s “fresh and forward-thinking choreography” (Washington Post) was an immediate sensation with both critics and audiences alike. The company went on to perform in 2006 and 2007 at some of the most prestigious summer venues in the country, including Jacob’s Pillow and Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, premiering works created during annual residencies at White Oak Plantation. Galvanized by overwhelming critical success during the summer tours, and an insatiable demand for national and international touring, Trey McIntyre Project launched as a full-time, year-round company for Year 1: 2008-09. In August 2009, Trey McIntyre Project began Year 2: 2009-10 with the commissioned premiere of The Sun Road at Wolf Trap, celebrating the vast and changing Glacier National Park as part of their acclaimed Face of America series. In a momentous two-week span in December 2010 Trey McIntyre was named the United States Artists Wynn Fellow, the company was featured on PBS NewsHour with Jim Lehrer and TMP was chosen by the U.S. Department of State and Brooklyn Academy of Music as one of four American dance companies chosen to participate in DanceMotion USA.

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