Faculty Profile Joshua Kolberg

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    Joshua Kolberg

    Joshua Kolberg



    Joshua Kolberg received professional training from the renowned Patricia Barker, artistic director of the Royal New Zealand Ballet. He also received training from Henning Albrechtsen while attending the Royal Danish Ballet School in Copenhagen. In 2015, Josh traveled the country in the US National tour of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Other performing credits of his include: Grand Rapids Ballet, the Orlando Ballet, Central Florida Ballet, Florida Dance Theatre, City Center Ballet, and the Walt Disney Company.

    Some of Mr. Kolberg's teaching credits include: Ballet Tech, Northwest Florida State College, Peridance Capezio Center, American Dance Academy, West Michigan Youth Ballet, New Jersey Dance Theatre Ensemble, Steps on Broadway, Lebanon Ballet School, Broadway Dance Center, Florida Dance Theatre, and more.

    Josh is also a certified teacher under the ABT National Training Curriculum, Primary through level 3.

    Class Description:

    Josh aims to create an engaging environment where both professional and recreational dancers alike can thrive. He believes that encouragement is the key to allowing dancers to achieve their fullest potential as technicians and artists.

    A 40 minute barre focuses on proper placement and precise execution followed by center work with an emphasis on musicality and the coordination of timing and movement.

    This class is a mix of Vaganova, French, and Balanchine technique. Ballet slippers are required and women may choose to wear pointe shoes if they like.