Dance Theatre Southwest

DTSW has a classical ballet emphasis w/many styles of dance. Known thru the US for excellence, the professional faculty w/ Patricia Dickinson Wells, awardee of National & local awards, provides a welcoming professional dance education venue in ABQ area.

DTSW is a holistic classical ballet and dance training school in NM which continues to set standards of excellence known throughout the Southwest

Operating as usual

05/14/2021

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SACRED JOURNEYS II - The Live Stage Recording + LIVE @ BALLOON FIESTA PARK-EAST LOT ALBUQUERQUE, NM - May 30th 2021 7:45 pm 05/12/2021

SACRED JOURNEYS II - The Live Stage Recording + LIVE @ BALLOON FIESTA PARK-EAST LOT ALBUQUERQUE, NM - May 30th 2021 7:45 pm

DanceTheatre Southwest is proud to be he home of Festival Ballet Albuquerque!

💥💥💥. IT’S HAPPENING!!💥💥💥
🌞COME JOIN US! 🌞
Why? WHY NOT?!!

Below are the direct links to tickets and you can sit outside your car and picnic!

NUTCRACKER IN THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT: May 28-29
https://tickets.holdmyticket.com/tickets/373512?tc=hmt

SACRED JOURNEYS II: May 30
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SACRED JOURNEYS II - The Live Stage Recording + LIVE @ BALLOON FIESTA PARK-EAST LOT ALBUQUERQUE, NM - May 30th 2021 7:45 pm TICKETING INFOTicketing for this event is charged per VEHICLE NOT per person. One VEHICLE TICKET must be purchased in order to attend and reserve a parking space. A VEHICLE TICKET must be purchased for each vehicle,…

Spirit dancing: Robert Mirabal and the Festival Ballet Albuquerque 04/30/2021

Spirit dancing: Robert Mirabal and the Festival Ballet Albuquerque

DANCE THEATRE SW is proud to be the home of Festival Ballet Albuquerque! 🌞
https://www.santafenewmexican.com/pasatiempo/performance/random_acts/spirit-dancing-robert-mirabal-and-the-festival-ballet-albuquerque/article_0c774b36-a374-11eb-bf5d-873c750a8b0b.html

Spirit dancing: Robert Mirabal and the Festival Ballet Albuquerque Grammy Award-winning musician Robert Mirabal performs live preceding a screening of Sacred Journeys II, a collaboration with Jock Soto and the Festival Ballet Albuquerque.

'Groundbreaking' premiere: Robert Mirabal, Festival Ballet Albuquerque join for live performance, film 04/30/2021

'Groundbreaking' premiere: Robert Mirabal, Festival Ballet Albuquerque join for live performance, film

https://www.abqjournal.com/2384992/groundbreaking-premiere.html?amp=1

'Groundbreaking' premiere: Robert Mirabal, Festival Ballet Albuquerque join for live performance, film Robert Mirabal, Festival Ballet Albuquerque join for live performance, film

04/15/2021

Robert Mirabal LIVE @ Motorama at The Downs Santa Fe

Dance Theatre Southwest, home of Festival Ballet Albuquerque, is proud to announce Sacred Journeys II, live stage performance film, at the Motorama at The Downs Santa Fe!
The premiere of MEMOIR CHACO choreographed by Jock Soto for FBA will be performed live. Jock’s amazing choreography is highlighted in the film as well as his remarkable performing!!
Come join us!

02/02/2021

HAPPY TUTU 2/2 DAY!! 🌞

HAPPY TUTU 2/2 DAY!! 🌞

01/22/2021

Dance Theatre Southwest is back with hybrid in-studio and virtual classes for every single class offered!
Go to www.dtsw.com for more information!
First class is always free! Boys 50% off!

Dance Theatre Southwest is back with hybrid in-studio and virtual classes for every single class offered!
Go to www.dtsw.com for more information!
First class is always free! Boys 50% off!

[12/22/20]   Dance Theatre Southwest is the home of Festival Ballet Albuquerque and is proud to share studios, dancers and high ethical standards of technical brilliance in a warm and nurturing atmosphere.
DTSW also is so very thankful for our incredible dance family!

Happy Holidays to all! 🌞

Please see below for more accolades of thankfulness! 🙂

“ It has been a difficult time for all —it has been difficult for all Arts and Performing Arts groups throughout our country and the world.

On behalf of all of us, Festival Ballet Albuquerque wishes to extend our extreme thanks to all of our supporters, including the amazing GivingTuesday generosity shown, many of whom have been here for us year after year. FBA thanks greatly all the new supporters during this especially difficult last almost 10 months.

FBA is so thankful to the City of Albuquerque, Albuquerque City Councilors each and every one, Mayor Tim Keller, Néw Mexico Arts, and most recently Bernalillo County, for all the incredible support made possible to help keep our dance artists, choreographers and auxiliary musicians finding a way forward during this pandemic!

Coming back stronger in 2021!”


💥💥💥 In the meantime, stay posted for a very special uplifting holiday treat coming later this week! 🌞

Patricia

[12/10/20]   Thank you to all the students, families and friends for all your support!! We are back in the studio this week and next week, fingers crossed that the numbers don’t rise again, and looking forward to our last 10 days of classes for 2020. We continue to stay strong and dancing in masks has made us stronger, too!

Thank you!
Patricia

[12/06/20]   THIS IS A LONG POST—YOU MAY WANT TO SCROLL PAST ♥️

💥This is for our wonderful Dance Theatre Southwest families, too!

As the Artistic Director of an amazing group of incredibly dedicated and talented group of dancers, who through there own hard work, have become professionals in their own rights, and many have grown with me since my move to New Mexico 30 years ago. I am so proud of all of you! For the younger dancers now looking up to these amazing artists, I am so proud of you, too! And to the amazing group of older, dedicated dancers who grace the stage as First Act Party parents or Townspeople, you are the heart of any major ballet production. I thank all of you!!

For the amazing audiences, sponsors, patrons, Friends of FBA, and just really cool personal friends, who have supported this crazy unorthodox journey of mine, thank you, too...just thank you....

I am heavy in heart right now and working to pull up! As any of the dancers or anyone who knows me knows, I am a proverbial see “the bright side” person and I don’t give up easily at all ever...

I made so many plans to keep the dancers working/engaged, trying to circumvent this horrible disease and pandemic from which we are all suffering. I made so many different versions of how to present NUTCRACKER IN THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT for this holiday season. Eric R Kennedy and I worked for days and days to work out so many different scenarios including outside on major stages with projected video walls. That became impossible late September/early October when music festivals were shut down. Then we punted to indoor performance with no audience, virtual projection on outdoor video walls in a drive-up venue. We rehearsed and I re-choreographed all sections to accommodate social distancing—the dancers were completely masked and following all protocols the entire time. Even the tiny “mice” held steady to their 10 ft squares! The upper level professionals all took Covid tests and in masks, began partnering again after 8 months—it was beautiful!! Like they had barely had any time off—muscle memory is a beautiful thing! It was like watching kids in a toy/candy shop all at once!!

And then our positive virus numbers in NM rose again and we needed to shelter in place once again to try and stop the crazy spread in NM. To protect and save lives! Yes, we are sad but all dancers are on board to stay safe...we all know people who have become ill, so far no dancers, and that’s how we plan to keep it.

A virtual HOLIDAY video will be coming to you soon with excerpts of what we WERE able to do/get taped. The video will be special, with dance and song, as a message of HOPE for the future.

We WILL produce a NUTCRACKER IN THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT in the next 6 months, and honestly, as crazy as this year has been, why the not??!! Complete with Orchesta!! 🌞

Also look forward to SACRED JOURNEYS III and NÉW MEXICO DANCE FESTIVAL! We are not down, just postponed!! 🌞

Please wear your masks so we can all get back to doing what we love and do best!!

♥️♥️♥️. Patricia

special thanks to Louie Giannini too

[11/16/20]   Dancers and Parents,
We can do this!!
See you on Zoom tomorrow!! 🌞

10/30/2020

Happy World Ballet Day!! Lovely Antionette Segura, faculty member!

[10/27/20]   🎃 Huge Kudos to all!!’

Our faculty and students, braving the ever changing NM weather Monday, made it through most classes, snow and sleet, and made it through class! And now we
re-boot for Tuesday, swooping back to ZOOM!

All classes will be fully virtual on ZOOM tomorrow, Tuesday. Feel free to wear your Halloween costumes to class!! 🎃

Email was sent out tonight to all who are registered, with ZOOM reminder links, but let us know of you didn’t receive it!

Be safe and stay safe! ♥️
Patricia

[09/11/20]   💥💥Guest Faculty class Saturday at 11:00 am. September 12th.

💥💥Alex Ossadnik will be teaching in person (with mask, of course!) at DanceTheatre Southwest (Int/Adv. Ballet)

In-studio slots available (with masks), but very limited! $12 per person.

💥Contact: [email protected] or 505-296-9465 for all information, possible reservation, and the accompanying Zoom link as well as all payment options.

Alex Ossadnik was trained in Dresden, in the formerly Soviet occupied East Germany. After his career on the stage in Germany, France and the United States, he served numerous companies as teacher, ballet master, choreographer and director since 1996.

As artistic director, choreographer, Alex has worked with artists from Alberta Ballet (Canada), Boston Ballet, Colorado Ballet, Compania Nacional de Danza de Mexico, Joffrey Ballet, Joven Ballet de Jalisco, and with personalities such as Natalia Krassovska and Galina Mezentseva.

Alex has choreographed an extensive repertory of chamber music ballets for Santa Fe Festival Ballet, for which he was Co-Founder and Ballet Director from 1996 to 1999. He also co-founded the Public Academy for Performing Arts in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Atlantic Southeast Ballet in Charleston, South Carolina, and Ballet Pro Musica in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Besides his adaptations of classics such as Coppelia, The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake, he has created original full-length ballets like Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, The Wizard of Oz and, most recently, The Little Mermaid for Ballet Repertory Theatre of New Mexico. He has also choreographed for Festival Ballet Albuquerque.

He served as ballet master for Ballet Idaho from 2008 to 2018, where he also choreographed among others The Rite of Spring, The Four Seasons, Circus, and in collaboration with the Boise Philharmonic, The Creation of the World and Sacred Land.

Alex has taught around the world, from Veronique’s Ecole de Danse in Bordeaux, France to the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico besides numerous studios in South Carolina, Texas, Oregon, and Washington to Compania National de Danza in Mexico City and Marr Mac Dance Studio in Edmonton, Alberta and Ballet BC and Pro Arte in Vancouver, British Columbia.

[09/04/20]   💥💥
I AM SO EXCITED!! The Covid virus has pushed us ALL to keep rethinking just about everything in our lives!
Tonight, in Advanced Ballet technique class, I tried out the following (this is ballet technique jargon but it WORKED!) 🙂.
All within a 10 x 10 foot square!

1) chainne entournant turns with a glissade in between, in a square
2) pique entournant ménage to the corners
3) Grande jete and sauté chat leaps with a special combo to move them back to their corners!!

It CAN be done and thanks to all the students, we proved it can be done...

With love to all with my continued experimental journey during Covid!!

♥️♥️♥️♥️
Patricia

08/21/2020

💥💥Guest Faculty classes Saturday August 22nd and 29th at 11:00 am.

💥💥Alex Ossadnik will be teaching in person (with mask, of course!) at DanceTheatre Southwest (Int/Adv. Ballet)

In-studio slots are already filled, but you can join us virtually on Zoom! The class is open to all and only $10 per person.

💥Contact: [email protected] for the Zoom link and for payment options.

Alex Ossadnik was trained in Dresden, in the formerly Soviet occupied East Germany. After his career on the stage in Germany, France and the United States, he served numerous companies as teacher, ballet master, choreographer and director since 1996.

As artistic director, choreographer, Alex has worked with artists from Alberta Ballet (Canada), Boston Ballet, Colorado Ballet, Compania Nacional de Danza de Mexico, Joffrey Ballet, Joven Ballet de Jalisco, and with personalities such as Natalia Krassovska and Galina Mezentseva.

Alex has choreographed an extensive repertory of chamber music ballets for Santa Fe Festival Ballet, for which he was Co-Founder and Ballet Director from 1996 to 1999. He also co-founded the Public Academy for Performing Arts in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Atlantic Southeast Ballet in Charleston, South Carolina, and Ballet Pro Musica in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Besides his adaptations of classics such as Coppelia, The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake, he has created original full-length ballets like Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, The Wizard of Oz and, most recently, The Little Mermaid for Ballet Repertory Theatre of New Mexico. He has also choreographed for Festival Ballet Albuquerque.

He served as ballet master for Ballet Idaho from 2008 to 2018, where he also choreographed among others The Rite of Spring, The Four Seasons, Circus, and in collaboration with the Boise Philharmonic, The Creation of the World and Sacred Land.

Alex has taught around the world, from Veronique’s Ecole de Danse in Bordeaux, France to the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico besides numerous studios in South Carolina, Texas, Oregon, and Washington to Compania National de Danza in Mexico City and Marr Mac Dance Studio in Edmonton, Alberta and Ballet BC and Pro Arte in Vancouver, British Columbia.

08/10/2020

Registration for Dance Theatre Southwest's 2020-2021 season is now open!

Now enrolling toddlers through mature adults!

Monday-Sunday!

https://dancestudio-pro.com/online/index.php?account_id=1958

Our first day of classes will be August 17, 2020!

All classes will be held in our hybrid format to allow students to take in-studio as well as from home! A limited number of students will be able to participate in-studio each week. Information and virtual links will be sent out to registered students later this week!

Please contact us via email for more information!
[email protected]

Dance Theatre Southwest
3805 Academy Parkway South NE
Albuquerque NM 87109

[07/31/20]   Hello all!

It has definitely been a roller-coaster 4 + months, and we love every one of you who has followed us through this journey! It’s hasn’t been easy on any of us, but one thing we know for sure is that dancers with passion are adaptable and resilient!!

DTSW maneuvered soft reopening these past three weeks and it has gone splendidly! Dancers and families are keeping their distance, following all our protocols and staying safe! And all the dancers are getting used to their masks. They love being back in the studio! As do we!!

Saturday, August 1st, will be our last set of classes for the 2019-2020 season. We will be off the first two weeks of August, as is our “normal” time frame. We will be back on full schedule August 17th then hopefully with 5 per each class. We will be on a fully Hybrid system with dancers signing up for classes, but rotating so ALL dancers and families who wish to, can attend in-studio rotations with others online—fair and square!

Stay posted for the schedule coming out next week. Same protocols will apply for now as per State mandates.

Contact us if you are possibly a new student wanting to take a trial class. All current students will receive our usual email correspondence.

DTSW has the expected sanitizing protocols, 6-10 foot taped-out distancing dance spaces depending on age and technical levels, medical grade air purifiers in each studio and UV sanitizing lights that run each evening after classes. Barres are cleaned after after class as floors are mopped as well. Dancer’s personal items are placed in sanitized bags and distanced from each other within the studio.

Thank you all for continuing to trust DTSW not only with your child’s dance education, but also with their safety! We are all in this together!

Virtual hugs,
Patricia Dickinson

Contact: [email protected]

07/22/2020

JOCK SOTO IS TEACHING THIS SATURDAY @ DTSW!

Join us for the last master class of Dance Theatre Southwest's 2019-2020 Master Class Series Saturday, July 25th @ 11:00am.
> Regularly scheduled classes will continue through August 1, 2020!
> DTSW's 2020-2021 season and classes will begin August 17th. Email [email protected] for more information!

Mr. Jock Soto will be teaching Intermediate/Advanced Ballet this Saturday, July 25th, @ 11:00-12:30pm via Zoom with Dance Theatre Southwest!

All are welcome!

Please email [email protected] for the zoom link and Venmo info!

Jock Soto, who is half Navajo Indian and half Puerto Rican, was born in Gallup, New Mexico, and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. At the age of five, he began studying ballet with local teachers after seeing a television special featuring Edward Villella in the Rubies section of George Balanchine’s Jewels. Mr. Soto continued his studies at the School of American Ballet (SAB), the official school of New York City Ballet. While at the School, Mr. Soto danced the role of "Luke" in Peter Martins' The Magic Flute, which was choreographed for the School's 1981 Workshop performances. That year, Georges Balanchine invited him to become a member of the Company's corps de ballet. In June 1984 he was promoted to the rank of soloist, and one year later, he became a principal dancer.
Mr. Soto's extensive repertory includes featured roles in many of George Balanchine's ballets, including Agon, Allegro Brillante, Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet (first, third, and fourth movements), Bugaku, Cortege Hongrois, Danses Concertantes, Donizetti Variations, Episodes, Firebird, The Four Temperaments, George Balanchine's The Nutcracker, Glinka Pas de Trois, Rubies from Jewels, Kammermusik No. 2, Liebeslieder Walzer, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Movements for Piano and Orchestra, Mozartiana, Orpheus, Robert Schumann's Davidsbundlerdanze, Scotch Symphony, La Sonnambula, Stars and Stripes, Stravinsky Violin Concerto, Symphony in C, Symphony in Three Movements, Tschaikovsky Pas de Deux, Union Jack, Vienna Waltzes, and Western Symphony. He has also danced featured roles in a number of ballets by Jerome Robbins, including Afternoon of a Faun, The Cage, Dances at a Gathering, The Four Seasons, Glass Pieces, I'm Old Fashioned, In the Night, Moves, Opus 19/The Dreamer, and West Side Story Suite, as well as Peter Martins' Barber Violin Concerto, Swan Lake, Symphonic Dances, and Valse Triste, and Robert La Fosse’s Concerto in Five Movements.
Mr. Martins has created principal roles on Mr. Soto in a number of his ballets, including Adams Violin Concerto, Bach Concerto V, Concerto for Two Solo Pianos, Delight of the Muses, Ecstatic Orange, Fearful Symmetries, A Fool for You, Guide to Strange Places, Harmonielehre, The Infernal Machine, Jazz (Six Syncopated Movements), Morgen, A Schubertiad, Sinfonia, Songs of the Auvergne, Them Twos, and Thou Swell. During New York City Ballet's Spring 1988 American Music Festival, Mr. Soto originated featured roles in Mr. Martins' Black and White, Robert Weiss's Archetypes, Laura Dean's Space, and Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux's Five, and performed in Richard Tanner's pas de deux Sonatas and Interludes. In addition, he originated roles in Miriam Mahdaviani's Urban Dances; Kevin O'Day's Huoah; Mr. Tanner's Ancient Airs and Dances, Operetta Affezionata, and Schoenberg/Wuorinen Variations; Lynne Taylor-Corbett's Chiaroscuro; Christopher Wheeldon's After the Rain, Liturgy, Mercurial Manoeuvres, Morphoses, Polyphonia; Shambards, and Slavonic Dances; and Damian Woetzel’s Ebony Concerto.
Mr. Soto has appeared as a guest artist with the Kirov Ballet in Jewels in 2003 and at the Bolshoi Theatre with stars from New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theatre in 2003. In addition to his guest appearances, Mr. Soto has staged numerous ballets around the World, including works by Balanchine, Robbins, Martin, and Wheeldon, and many more.
Mr. Soto's television appearances with New York City Ballet include five Live from Lincoln Center broadcasts on PBS: "A Choreographer's Notebook: Stravinsky Piano Ballets by Peter Martins," "Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream, "Swan Lake" choreographed by Mr. Martins; Ray Charles in Concert with the New York City Ballet, reprising his role in A Fool for You; New York City Ballet's Diamond Project: Ten Years of New Choreography, dancing in Chiaroscuro, Mercurial Manoeuvres, and Them Twos; and Lincoln Center Celebrates Balanchine 100, dancing in Liebeslieder Walzer. Mr. Soto also appeared in Mr. Bonnefoux's Five, as part of the Guggenheim Museum's Works in Process series on PBS. He has appeared on seven episodes of Sesame Street, including three in which he appeared with former NYCB principal dancer Lourdes Lopez. Mr. Soto was a celebrity guest-chef on the TV Food Network's Talking Food, hosted by Robin Leach, and has appeared as a celebrity judge on Channel 13's Masterchef. He has also been featured on A&E's Breakfast with the Arts as Artist of the Week.
In addition to his performing career, Mr. Soto served as a member of SAB's permanent faculty from 1996 to 2015.
Mr. Soto serves as a visiting instructor at Banff Centre for the Arts for the Indigenous Dance Residency program. He has also been invited to teach at prestigious dance departments in colleges and universities around the country such as Washington University, Oklahoma State, and many others.
Mr. Soto was the recipient of the Casita Maria Award for Hispanics and The First Americans in the Arts Trustee Award. Friends In Deed recognized Mr. Soto for his patronage of AIDS research, and in 2002, the School of American Ballet presented him with the
Mae L. Wein Award for Distinguished Service.
During the 2017 New Mexico State legislative session, Mr. Soto received the State’s Certificate of Appreciation from Senator John Pinto for his contribution to the arts.
Mr. Soto resides in Eagle Nest, NM with his husband Luis Fuentes and his pet beagle “Bandit”.
Our Meals, a cookbook written by Mr. Soto and former NYCB principal dancer Heather Watts, was published by Riverhead Books in 1997.
Water Flowing Together, a feature documentary on Mr. Soto was aired on PBS in 2006.
Every Step You Take, Mr. Soto’s critically acclaimed memoir, was published by Harper Collins in 2011.

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3805 Academy Parkway S NE
Albuquerque, NM
87109

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