Advanced Intermediate Level
NEW CLASS Starting Nov. 4th!
Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:30am-1pm
Breton Tyner-Bryan is an American born Dancer,
and Photographer. She holds a BFA in Ballet Performance from
University of Utah, and received her training at the School of the
Hartford Ballet. Breton has performed with Hartford Ballet, Utah
Kunst-Stoff, Project Agora, Labayen Dance, DO NOT DANCE UK,
Deborah Slater Dance Theater, PUSH Dance Company, Rawdance
Periapsis NYC, The Francesca Harper Project, and in Hattie Mae
production of “How to Drink like a Lady”. Additionally she has
works by Marius Petipa, Kirk Peterson, Alonzo King, Robert
Pontus Liedberg. By invitation she has studied with Bill T.
Zane Dance Company, Australian Dance Theatre and Sydney
Breton has choreographed for Woodside Vaulters, a Flash Mob
Commercial for Sonas Denim Company, Jewels in the Square
by LINES Dance Center, and Brigham Young University. She has
for The Place (London), Tempered Body Dance (London), Dance
Scotland, San Francisco State University, ODC Dance, LINES
Peridance, Mark Morris Dance, Columbia Ballet Collaborative,
Dance, and Google. Breton founded her own company in 2011,
featured in Pointe Magazine August 2012, and Dance Informa
February 2013. She is currently performing in her own
As a photographer her work has been used by dance companies
Francisco, appearing regularly in the San Francisco Chronicle,
Guardian, and the San Jose Mercury News. Breton has exhibited
as part of ProjectAgora’s 2007 home season, Fivepoints Art
collaboration with Motion-Pictures SF 2009, the San Francisco
Festival 2010, and by invitation as a featured artist at the Goethe
San Francisco 2013. She is currently photographing for theater
fashion in New York City.
Photo by Steven Trumon Gray
Read a great article about Breton in this month's
Check out an enlightening interview with Breton by Certificate
Tina Wang, on our blog
Ballet with Breton begins with a logical and steady
through barre, emphasizing the expansion of all mind/body
systems. In the center dancers are encouraged to express their
individuality exploring themes of power, fluidity, and definitive
musical choices. Center combinations supply challenging and
intricate choreography, with an overall emphasis on energy
efficiency and flow. I continue to incorporate the "why" as well as
the "how" of classical ballet. It is my great pleasure to share my
love of dance, welcoming dancers of all ages and varying levels.
Enjoyment of movement and flight are highly encouraged.
Tyner-Bryan's Teaching Reel from Sarah Choi on Vimeo.
||Week of: Dec 9, 2013 - Dec 15, 2013