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Guest Teachers

Lori Belilove

Lori Belilove's direct lineage and prestigious performing career have earned her an international reputation as the premier interpreter and ambassador of the dance of Isadora Duncan.

Stephen Greenston

Retired after a long and illustrious career as principal dancer with The Stuttgart Ballet, Greenston is a free-lance artist as a choreographer, lecturer, teacher, and manager. Greenston has a special connection to Peabody Dance; he is an alumnus of Peabody Preparatory's Dance Department.

Kee-Juan Han

Kee-Juan Han was director of the Arizona School of Ballet from 1993-2003 and presently is director of the Washington (DC) School of Ballet.

Rhodie Jorgenson

After receiving her training in New York at the School of American Ballet and the American Ballet Theatre School, Jorgenson danced professionally with American Ballet Theatre, as well as the Metropolitan Opera Ballet Company, performing on stage, TV, and in movies throughout the United States, Europe and the Far East.

Nilas Martins

Nilas Martins, born in Copenhagen, received his early dance training at the Royal Danish Ballet School. In September 1986 he became a member of New York City Ballet; he was promoted to Soloist in 1991 and Principal dancer in 1993. In New York City Ballet, Mr. Martins danced numerous featured roles.

Elizabeth Montgomery

Montgomery began her study of dance at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore, MD under Carol Bartlett. She holds a BFA in Dance with a minor in Creative Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where she graduated in 2011, with honors.

Kaye Richards

Kaye Richards truly is a world dance artist. She trained at the London Contemporary Dance Center (London, England), and at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center and Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance (both in New York City).

Barbara Sandonato

Sandonato is now a nationally esteemed master teacher and Artistic Director of Wilmington Ballet Academy of the Dance in Wilmington, DE. She trained at the Lorna London School of Ballet in Larchmont, NY, and received a scholarship to study at the School of American Ballet. She has a special connection to Peabody Dance; she was the first dancer to join Barbara Weisberger at the Pennsylvania Ballet as it formed in 1962

Trent D. Williams, Jr.

Trent Williams, Jr. has captivated audiences across the nation with his inspirational and unique works of passion and beauty through his teaching, performing, and choreography. He received his M.F.A. in Dance Performance & Choreography from The Florida State University and BA in Psychology from Morehouse College.

Daniel Ulbricht

Daniel Ulbricht was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, and began his dance training at the age of 11 at the Judith Lee Johnson Studio of Dance, studying with Lenny Holmes.

Marcia Dale Weary

Marcia Dale Weary has become a legend among the great teachers of classical ballet in our country and beyond. Fifty-five years ago, in a renovated barn at the end of country lane in Carlisle, PA, she began her school, then the Marcia Dale Weary School of Dance, now the widely renowned and universally admired Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet School and Company (CPYB).