Faculty Profile Ramona Kelley

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    Ramona Kelley

    Ramona Kelley

    Ballet

    Biography:

    Ramona is from Berkeley, CA where she began her training at Berkeley Ballet Theater. She went on to earn a BFA in dance from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Ramona danced the principal role of ‘Betsy’ in Twyla Tharp’s Come Fly Away and went on to dance with the Tharp company creating new roles in addition to performing repertory works. She is a principal guest artist with Oakland Ballet and has also performed with Christopher Wheeldon’s An American in Paris, Dance Lab New York, Minnesota Dance Theatre, Claudia Schreier and Co, Post:Ballet, Sidra Bell, Cherylyn Lavagnino Dance and Phantom of the Opera (25th Anniversary Tour) among others. Ramona has taught for Pacific Northwest Ballet, as well as master classes in Tharp technique across the country. She is an adjunct ballet faculty at NYU’s Tisch Dance.


    Class Description:



    Ramona Kelley’s class offers a welcoming environment to explore ballet through strong technique and the freedom of artistic choice. With a deep emphasis on musicality, she creates exercises that simultaneously challenge the body and brain in new, unexpected ways. Ramona believes dancers can work at their highest level by feeling the joy of dance in a supportive community.

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