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Accepted Repertoire

Ballet (Composer/Choreographer)

Coppelia (Delibes/St. Leon) Pas de Deux, all variations

Diana & Acteon (Pugni/Vaganova) Pas de Deux and Variations
Don Quixote (Minkus/Petipa) Pas de Deux, Act III, Kitri's Variations, Act I, II, Grand Queen of the
Dryads, Act II Variations, Act III Variations
Etudes (Czerny/Lander) Ballerina's Variation (with written permission only)
Fairy Doll (Drigo/Legat)
Flower Festival at Genzano (Helsted/Bournonville) Pas de Deux and all Variations
Giselle (Adam/Perrot, Coralli) Variation of Giselle, Act I Peasant Pas de Deux, Pas de Deux, Act II
Grand Pas Classique (Auber/Gsovsky) Pas de Deux and Variations
Harlequinade (Drigo/Petipa) Pas De Deux and All Variations
La Bayadere (Minkus/Petipa) Three Shade Variatons, Act III; Gamzatti Variation, Pas de Deux and
Variations, Bronze Idol, Nikia Pas de Deux (Please note: Nikia Vairiation is not accepted for competition,
unless under 2:30 minutes.)
La Esmeralda (Pugni/Petipa) Pas de Deux and Variations
La Fille Mal Gardee (Hertel/Nijinska, Romanoff) Pas de Deux and Variations
La Sylphide (Lovenskjold/Bournonville) Pas de Deux and Variations
Le Corsaire (Adam, Drigo/Petipa) Pas d'Esclave and Variations, Odalisques Variations, Jardin Anime,
Act III, Pas de Deux and Variations
Les Sylphides/Chopiniana (Chopin/Fokine) Male and Female Mazurkas, Waltz # 7 and Waltz # 11,
Napoli (Paulli/Bournonville) Pas de Six and Variations
Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky/V. Vainonen)
Paquita (Minkus/Petipa) Any Variation (Please note: Paquita Etoile, is not accepted for competition,
unless under 2:30 minutes)
Pas De Quatre (Pugni/Perrot, Dolin) Pas de Deux and Variations
Pharaohs Daughter (Pugni/Petipa/LaCotte, (with written permission only) All Variations
Raymonda (Glazunov/Petipa) All Variation
Satanella (Pugni/Petipa) Pas de Deux and Variations
Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky/Petipa, Ivanov) Pas de Trois and Variations, Odette's Variation, Act II, Black
Swan Pas de Deux and Variations
The Flames of Paris (Asafiev/Vainonen) Pas de Deux and Variations
The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky/Vainonen) Pas de Deux and Variations
The Sleeping Beauty (Tchaikovsky/Petipa) Variations of Fairies, Aurora's Variations (under 2:30
minutes), Acts I, II, Blue Bird Pas de Deux and Variations, Wedding Pas de Deux and Variations. (Please
note: Aurora Variation from Act I is not accepted for competition, unless under 2:30 minutes)
The Cavalry Halt (Armsheimer/Petipa) Pas de Deux and Variations
Walpurgis Nacht (Gounod/Lavrovsky) Pas de Deux and Variations
The Talisman (Schnietzhoeffer/Drigo/Petipa) All variations
Pharaohs Daughter (Pugni/Petipa, Lacotte), (with written permission only) All Variations

Tel: 989.739.5422
Italian-born Giuseppe Canale has toured extensively as a dancer with such companies as Maurice Bejart's
Ballet of the 20th Century (Bruxelles), Ballet Company of Jean Deroc (Switzerland), Ballet Company of
Germinal Casado (West Germany), and the Het National Ballet (Netherlands). Mr. Canale has choreographed
works for Het National Ballet and Teatro Massimo in Itally, becoming the Artistic Director of Teatro Massimo in
1994. As the director of the company, he revitalized the theater's repertoire and initiated multiple arts outreach
programs. Since moving to the United States, Mr. Canale became the Co-Director of The Northeast Academy
of Dance and has appeared as a judge at the Luxembourg International Ballet Competition.
David Justin (UK)
Tel: 512.471.6295
Formerly a Principal Dancer with Birmingham Royal Ballet (UK), a Soloist with San Francisco Ballet and Boston
Ballet, David has enjoyed a choreographic and performance career over thirty years including the principal
roles of classical ballet and contemporary ballet works by Forsythe, Kylian, Tharp, Taylor, Morris, Van Mannen,
Caniparoli, York and others. Touring the world, Davids dancing has been described as alluring and mercurial,
polished, brilliant, and fearless.
Davids own critically acclaimed choreography has been performed at the Kennedy Center, in Greece, at the
Edinburgh Festival, and in New York City. He has created works on dancers from around the world including
New York City Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Royal Swedish Ballet, Ballet de Monte
Carlo, Atlanta Ballet, Alberta Ballet, Dance Theatre of Harlem and many more.
David is available to choreograph and coach solos and pas de deux for both Senior and Junior divisions.
Tel: 561.997.0031
Tara Mitton Catao is an award-winning choreographer, coach and master teacher. For over ten years, Ms.
Mitton Catao served as the resident choreographer and modern dance faculty for the Harid Conservatory in
Boca Raton, FL. She has been on the faculties of the London Contemporary School of Dance, the Gus
Giordano Dance Center, and the Ruth Page Foundation School of Ballet. In 1981, Ms. Mitton Catao founded
the Chicago Repertory Dance Ensemble, with which she toured extensively both nationally and internationally.
Ms. Mitton Catao prides herself in creating choreography that highlights each dancer technical and artistic
Ms. Mitton Catao is available for coaching, workshops, master classes and solo and ensemble choreography.
Website: www.taramittoncatao.com (under construction)
E-mail: k.cangelosi@att.net
Artistic director Cangelosi Dance Project


Cell: 917.239.4865
E-mail: carlosdossantos@hotmail.com
Website (under construction): www.scifa.com/carlosdossantos
Mr. Dos Santos' choreographic credits include works for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center, American
Dance Festival, Colorado Ballet, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, and DanceBrazil. He has performed
as a soloist with major Brazilian dance companies, including Grupo Salto, Bale Folclorico da Bahia, Bale Teatro
Castro Alves, and DanceBrazil. In the U.S., Mr. Dos Santos has performed with the Alvin Ailey Repertory
Ensemble, DanceBrazil, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, and Complexions. Mr. Dos Santos' choreography is
individually tailored to showcase each dancer's technical and artistic level and incorporates elements of
classical ballet and contemporary dance techniques (Graham, Horton, Dunham, jazz).
PERLA JOY FURR (South Natick, MA)
Tel: 508.655.0675
E-mail: furrarts@comcast.net
Perla Joy Furr has performed and designed dance for over three decades. Ms. Furr has extensive experience
in Grahm, Humphrey, Limon and Cunningham modern dance techniques. Ms. Furr's talents include extensive
knowledge and background with outstanding teaching skills, augmented by her extraordinary ability to inspire
performers to exhibit their ultimate performing skills and stage presence. She studied with and has been
inspired by Mimi Kim Kagen, Bill Evans, Trisha Brown, Kei Takei and Chris Komar. In 1975, Ms. Furr became
artistic director and founder of modern dance company, PJF &Co., Vibrato Arts Center and most recently
founder and director/producer of the Choreographers Group, since 1996. She has taught at Harvard University,
Boston Repertory, The Studio, Green Street Studios and The Dance Complex. She has been commissioned to
present her work by Faneuil Hall, Newbury Street Collective, Dover Foundation, WNAC and WGBH-TV. Furr's
work has also been performed at Dancespace Project at St. Mark's Church, New York City, Tower Auditorium,
the Dance Complex, Green Street Studios, Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center, Babson College, Dance
Umbrella and the Dance Space at Concord Academy. She has been a guest artist of Boston College and
Brandeis University. Ms. Furr's last assignment was on staff as Director of Modern Dance Department at
Dancing Arts Center. Ms. Furr's work is currently presented nationally. In March 2005 Ms. Furr's students
placed First Place in contemporary solo and Second Place in contemporary ensemble at the YAGP semi finals.
In April 2005 Ms. Furr's students finished in the Top 12th in the ensemble group at the Youth America Grand
Prix in New York City.
Ms. Furr is available for the production of contemporary choreography, coaching, workshops and master

Contact: Mikhail Tchoupakov
Cell: 303.332.7509
This late Russian choreographer had choreographed for Bolshoi Ballet in 1970s and 80s. He set original
choreography on Maya Plisetskaya, Vladimir Vasiliev, Yekaterina Maximova, and many other stars of the
Bolshoi Ballet. The choreography is based mostly on classical ballet. Videotapes and copyright permissions are
available by contacting Mikhail Tchoupakov.
Contact: info coming soon
Mr. Godden is the winner of the YAGP 2001 Outstanding Choreographer Award.


E-mail: thenia2000@compuserve.com
Website: www.francescaharper.com
Ms. Harper is a choreographer, dancer, and singer. Her choreographic credits include works for the Alvin Ailey
American Dance Theater, Ailey II, Jacob's Pillow, and other companies. As a dancer, she has performed with
the Dance Theater of Harlem, William Forsythe's Ballett Frankfurt, the Broadway and the national tour
productions of Fosse, and with New York-based contemporary dance company, Complexions. Her most recent
work, The Fragile Stone Theory, received its world premiere at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival in 2002.
CHARLES MAPLE (Orange County, CA)
Tel: 562.433.5484
E-mail: camchor@aol.com
Charles Maple danced with American Ballet Theatre and the Basel Ballet of Switzerland. His association with
these companies exposed him to the cutting edge choreography of Europe and America's most influential
choreographers. In 1992 Maple began creating his own works. He has since received a steady stream of
commissions, awards and a growing reputation as a freelance choreographer. Mr. Maple's choreography
represents a diversity of dance styles that are firmly rooted in the traditions of classical ballet. He is resident
choreographer of the South Bay Ballet and is on staff at the American Ballet Theatre summer intensive.
Contact: info coming soon
Tel: 302.734.9717 (c/o Academy of Dance Arts, IL)
The recipient of the YAGP 2001 Outstanding Choreographer Award, YAGP 2000 Outstanding Teacher Award,
and YAGP 2000 Outstanding School Award, Ms. Moray has been choreographing for the past 10 years for such
companies as Alabama Ballet, Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, and others. She has received the 1st place at
the Sarasota Ballet Choreography Competition in 1996. Her pieces are based on classical ballet aesthetic.
E-mail: lsw214@aol.com (c/o Liana's Selected Workshop)
Recipient of the YAGP 2000 Outstanding Choreographer Award, Ms. Navarro has been teaching in the Miami
area for many years. In 1976, she founded her own studio, Liana's Selected Workshop. Ms. Navarro's
choreography has received numerous awards at competitions throughout the country. She has also
choreographed for commercials and television programs.
BRIAN READER (New York City)
Contact: c/o ABT (leave message for Brian Reader)
Tel: 212.477.3030
Currently performing with ABT, Mr. Reader has choreographed for the ABT Studio Company and the ABT
Summer Intensive. His choreographic style is based on classical ballet and the use of theatrical elements and
stage humor.