Performance Division

 

Evergreen City Ballet's Performance Division (PD) program provides advanced students unique opportunities to further develop their technique and artistry through a demanding training and performance schedule.

 

A level placement audition is required to be considered. Acceptance to this remarkable pre-professional program is at the sole discretion of ECB's Artistic Director. Students must be fully enrolled at Evergreen City Ballet year-round. Performance Division dancers receive mentorship, career development opportunities, and college prep guidance. Students receive a rigorous, well-rounded, and holistic approach to their dance education.

Some of our graduates have gone on to study at The Juilliard School, University of Washington, and University of Oregon to name a few. Members of our alumni body have had successful professional careers dancing with San Francisco Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theatre, The Metropolitan Opera Ballet, and on Broadway.

ANNAMARIE DOUCETTE

Annamarie has been dancing for eight years and it’s her second year dancing with ECB. Her favorite roles have been Clara and Flower Corp in The Nutcracker. Her dream roles are Sugarplum and Giselle. Annamarie wants to be a ballerina, but when she was younger she also wanted to be a dental hygienist because she liked brushing her teeth.

REBECCA CALKINS

Becca has been dancing at ECB for over ten years. She is a sophomore in high school and part of a National Leadership Council. Her favorite roles include Flower Corp in The Nutcracker and Friend in Coppélia. Becca has attended Summer Intensives with ABT Orange County, Juneau Dance Theatre, and ECB. She loves the color seafoam green and admires ABT dancer Rachel Richardson.

EMILIANO RIVERA-PATTON

Emiliano has been dancing since he was 6 years old. He began with hip hop and joined ECB five years ago. His favorite role has been the wolf in Sleeping Beauty. He participated in Alonzo Lines Summer Intensive in 2018. He is excited to continue growing as a dancer at Evergreen City Ballet, and grateful to have the support of his family and friends.