New York Conservatory of Dance

30 East 31st Street, New York, NY 10016 30 East 31st Street, New York Directions
+12127252855
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Teacher was incredibly sweet, encouraging but also stern. Ihad such a good time I want to tell the world about them.
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They are awesome. I bought this for my daughter who is a dancer and she found them to be very professional and the facility lends itself to a dance studio.
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Very good class in a non competitive environment
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Thank you for being helpful, especially with directions.
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Be a bit more basic in the basic beginner's class, if you've never taken ballet it's hard to understand what's going on.
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I took the basic beginner class. it was a lot of fun and plan to continue.
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good classes, lovely atmosphere
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I was a bit intimidated going to the first class, but the beginning's always the hard part! it was actually fun and the instructor was so nice and sweet.
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It's great!!! Thanks a lot.
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Pat is the best teacher ever!
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From Our Editors

The spirit of Russian Imperial Ballet–legend Olga Preobrajenska jetés over the New York Conservatory of Dance. Founder Vladimir Dokoudovsky—a Monaco-born dancer who worked extensively in Paris before arriving in New York—picked up Preobrajenska's philosophy of pure lines and elegant movements through close study with her at the École des Beaux-Arts. Though Dokoudovsky passed away in 1998, the conservatory is now overseen by his widow Patricia Heyes Dokoudovsky, who focuses especially on bringing classical ballet to adult beginners.

The Conservatory's studio is as stately as its lineage. Dark wood embraces its double-decker space beneath pendant lamps hanging from 28-foot ceilings, with a mezzanine for watching the dancers below and getting a look at the complicated system of pins and pulleys that hold each bun in place.:m]]

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