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    The School at Peridance Lauren Jaeger

    Monday 9:30 Toddler Dancing
    Monday 10:15 Creative Movement

    Wednesday 9:30 Toddler Dancing
    Wednesday 10:15 Parents & Toddlers

    Saturday 12:30 Ballet I

    Bio

    Lauren Jaeger is a Magna Cum Laude graduate from Marymount Manhattan College with a BFA in Dance Performance. She is a member of the Buglisi Dance Theatre, with whom she has performed and toured both nationally and internationally. Lauren has played a key role in organizing, rehearsing and participating in Buglisi's Table of Silence Project, which takes place annually at Lincoln Centre on 9/11. She has also performed professionally with Ballet Ambassadors in NYC, The Peridance Contemporary Dance Company, ACB Dance, and with James Robey Dance (formerly Bare Bones Dance Project) in Ridgefield, CT. Currently, Lauren is teaching at The Manhattan Ballet School, Greenwich Dance Studio, and The Steffi Nossen School of Dance in White Plains. Lauren also taught, and was the Assistant Choreographer of the Nutcracker, at the Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance while attending college; and at Ballet Hispanico in 2008 – 2009. She is excited to teach for The School at Peridance for her fourth year.