June 6, 2016
Another Spring performance has just ended. I am still feeling such happiness and joy today!

It is hard to find words, thank you to my incredible students for performing so magnificently. Tears were brought to my eyes many times over the weekend. A huge thank you to my staff, and all the volunteers who simply did not stop doing their very best to make this the most remarkable event possible, their devotion and love for Paris Ballet goes right to my heart. The guest artists who brought so much brilliance to the performance, while giving their heart and soul entirely. Thank you to all who attended including the families, friends, and my own family and friends who sent me kind messages from France or from somewhere else in the world. Tangi, thank you for your unconditional love and support. Wow!

Thank you all for helping make my life this amazing journey.

Now on with the Summer and then the Fall season with so many great things coming our way, including our new collaboration with the Kravis Center.

Let's keep making a difference.

Jean-Hugues Feray
...See complete list of Credits and Accomplishments

June 4, 2016
The 2016 Spring Performance opens TONIGHT, Friday June 4 with an incredibly delightful Cinderella with Guest Artists Johanna Hurmemaa, and Josepgh J. Bucheck III as the Wicked Stepmother. Also on the same bill is Paquita pas de Trois, Waltz and Etudes. TOmorrow is a great mixture of Contempory, Modern, Tap and Jazz featuring a tributes to Frank Sinatra and Prince!    
...More information

May 30, 2016
Happy Memorial Day!

​May 15, 2016
Rehearsals for the Spring Performance on June 4 and 5 are going incredibly well. Director Jean-Hugues Feray has created a truly magnificent weekend of dance in which to showcase the extremely talented students at Paris Ballet and Dance. Cinderella will feature Guest Artists Johanna Hurmemaa and Joseph J. Bucheck III. Also, former student Gillian Yoder will return to dance in Paquita pas de Trois and in Etudes

Do NOT miss a single minute!

April 22, 2016
Happy Passover

April 21, 2016
It is NOW time to reserve ad space in the 2016 Spring Performance Program Book. If one owns or manages a business, it is important to get that information out to as many people as possible. The Program Book is also a wonderful way for a family be they parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and even friends to wish a student well and congratulate them on their hard work.

There are full, half and quarter pages available AND they are inexpensive!  
...More information

​April 21, 2016
Congratulations and good luck to Paris Ballet and Dance student Alexa Lasanta as she is leaving on the National Tour of the Musical The Sound of Music. You will be missed. Please know we all are so very proud of you! Have a blast little one. and keep everyone posted on your wonderful adventure. Paris Ballet and Dance cannot wait to see you back in the studio!

April 8, 2016
TICKETS SALES for the Spring Perfromance go ON SALE tomorrow, April 9 at 10:00 AM!

April 3, 2014
​The results have come in came in for Bak Middle School of the Arts. Again a huge success was scored. Every Paris Ballet and Dance student who auditioned was accepted.

Congratulations Sophia Jackson, Olivia Alintoff, Gabriella Childers, Tyler Francisco, Sophia Jackson, Clare Keavy and Mario Mery!

April 1, 2016

The Audition for BOTH Paris Ballet Conservatory Daytime Program AND the NEW Ensemble Advanced Training Evening Program is June 8, 2016 at 2:00 PM. 


Offering TWO extraordinary programs.

Soon starting its second year, The Paris Ballet Conservatory is a daytime program for students looking for a professional career in dance who are home/virtual schooled. Conservatory students take classes 5 hours a day during the week with partnering, and other classes and rehearsals on Saturdays.

The NEW Ensemble Advanced Training Program is an evening program for serious students, with more added advanced classes plus partnering, and other classes on Saturdays. The Evening Program is also an excellent opportunity for students who want to use their dance experience to gain college admissions.

We have a lot of male dancers. All boys also take partnering classes with the girls on a regular basis, along with additional boys/men classes geared specifically for them!

Students who attend these programs benefit from incredible teachers with both seasoned professional performance and classroom experience. They receive special coaching on a daily basis, and have performance opportunities with the chance to rehearse and perform alongside real professionals. They will also share the opportunity to be taught by the great artists from the Paris Opera Ballet! The first guest will be Marie-Agnes Gillot in January 2017.

Paris Ballet and Dance is also part of the Joffrey Ballet School Outreach and Education Program. We are also thrilled to announce our new collaboration with the Kravis Center for the performing Arts in West Palm Beach.

Paris Ballet Conservatory featured on WPTV News Channel 5
Article about the boys in World of Dance Magazine
For more information about Paris Ballet and Dance, and Paris Ballet Conservatory

March 25, 2016

Mr. Feray and the Staff of Paris Ballet and Dance, and Paris Ballet Conservatory wish everyone a very Happy Easter Weekend.

​Remember: Keep stretching and eat responsibly. Classes resume on Monday, March 28. See everyone then!


The March issue of the French magazine Le Courrier de Floride with the article about Director Mr. Feray, and Paris Ballet and Dance and Paris Ballet Conservatory has been published. Thank you to their support and coverage!

A huge thank you to all of the School's supporters, students, families, friends! Paris Ballet and Dance and Paris Ballet Conservatory are very proud to have these people involved and part of the schools “family.”

March 23, 2016
​Paris Ballet and Dance has been receiving a lot of inquiries from prospective new students for Fall 2016. With the recent World of Dance Magazine cover and three page article, and the Conservatory appearance on television's WPTV News Channel 5, interest has increased tremendously.

The Pre-Registration process began last week. Pre-Registration process allows Paris Ballet and Dance to give present students priority, and make sure that their spot is held in their level for next season. If the School Administration does not receive Pre-Registration for a student, that slot will automatically open for new students.

Paris Ballet and Dance also anticipates even more inquiries about the School once details are announced about the new collaboration with the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. Mr. Feray, and the staff of Paris Ballet and Dance and Paris Ballet Conservatory is sure that everyone will want the chance in which to be a part! Contact the School Administrator.

Paris Ballet Conservatory's formal Audition is on June 8. The times will be posted on the Conservatory Page when finalized.

Tickets sales for the Spring Performance start in April.

Though it is still 2016, Paris Ballet and Dance and Paris Ballet Conservatory are already looking forward to a packed and INCREDIBLE 2016/2017 Dance Season.

March 18, 2016
This week, evening advanced students had the privilege of Guest Teacher Risselle Portuondo. Ms. Portuondo received most of her early training from the Academy of Ballet Florida. She also studied with Jean-Hugues Feray, Joan Miller, Tracy Mozingo and Lorena Jimenez. She is a Graduate of Boston Conservatory of Dance.

Ms. Portuondo taught at Paris Ballet and Dance for a few months before she went to Spain to continue her studies in dance. As a well rounded teacher and dancer, she teaches in Palm Beach County and has appeared as a guest artist throughout the area.

March 15, 2016

begins March 21 and ends on March 27. From Saturday through the following Saturday, there are classes! Classes resume on Monday, March 27. Have a great time with family and friends.

Please, be responsible with activities (and eating).  Remember, though there is a break, stretching is VERY important.

March 11, 2016
On Monday, March 14, Paris Ballet and Dance's Founding Director Jean-Hugues will be interviewed by the magazine Le Courrier de Floride. The magazine, based in South Florida, has a worldwide reach including being available online.

The article will include Mr. Feray's French heritage, his history as an incredible dance education at Paris Opera Ballet and Paris Conservatory, his renowned career as an international dancer, and being a French businessman in South Florida. The publication with the article is scheduled to come out at the end of this month!

March 5, 2016
Formal all-day rehearsals for the Spring Performances begin TODAY!

March 4, 2016
Paris Ballet Conservatory appeared on WPTV5 at the 11:00 AM News Show. After a dance selection from the dancers, Director Mr. Feray was interviewed by Hollani Davis. He discussed the School's history and how the Conservatory directly affects their goals of young dancers who are looking to make professional dance a career.

The girl's did a great job in very limited space, with little to no time for proper spacing!
  ... See Segment   ... Photos on Facebook

March 2, 2016
A NEW CLASS for boys begin this Saturday. This class is specially geared for younger boys between ages seven to ten. It is also an additional class to their regularly scheduled ballet class. 

Paris Ballet and Dance offers great learning opportunities for boys who might not otherwise get the needed attention they require to prepare themselves for the real world of dance. There has already been a scheduled young men's class for some time PLUS their Saturday partnering class.
   ... About the Boys


Formal rehearsals for the Spring Performance begin this weekend for ballet. Featured this year is Cinderellas' Ball, Paquita pas de Trios, and Etudes. The Spring Performance will feature the extremely talented Joseph J. Bucheck III, Johanna Hurmemaa and former Paris Ballet and Dance students
  Gillian Yoder and Xander Visker  ... More information

February​ 20, 2016
The latest issue of World of Dance Magazine featuring Paris Ballet and Dance is now online for those who may have missed picking up a hard copy. Also, please check out our ads on pages 13 and 23!  ...
See Issue

Again, thank you to Karina Felix Fedele for her incredible job of continuing her support of dance in Florida!     

February 20, 2016
Yesterday, Paris Ballet and Dance's Open House was wonderful with an incredible attendance. It was a great opportunity to come together, have fun, mingle, talk with teachers, and see students dance in a short informal studio performance. 

Open House is also an opportunity for new people to come and see what Paris Ballet and Dance is all about. This year was no exception. Mr. Feray was able to talk to parents of several prospective students.

Students from the school and the Conservatory performed variations, and the Finale of Peer Gynt. The Open House gave other students a great opportunity to perform their brief audition solos. They all did an excellent job. I am so proud of each of my student's. They work so hard and deserve a chance to be seen.” said Mr. Feray.

Mr. Steve Caras was “in the house,” as well. He dropped by to say “hello,” and stayed to watch the performance. It is always a great honor to have such a renowned artist such as Steve the building as a guest!

Thank you to TullePilates & Gyrotonic Jupiter, Kids Need More Art, and others for their generous donations towards the mini-silent auction to benefit Paris Ballet Conservatory. Mr. Feray also donated a one hour private class.

Many people helped make the Open Hose an enormous success. Tangi Colombel, Barbara Kaplan, Yeni Leyva (and family), and Joseph J. Bucheck III helped in the set up, and afterwards for the breakdown. Mr. Leyva actually vacuumed, and mopped the studio floors afterwards. (This was a very special treat, and well appreciated by the regular staff.) Thank you to students Olivia Colbert, and Ericca Leyva and Emilie Leyva for their help afterwards helping everyone. Thank you to the others who helped wishing to remain anonymous. 

A very special thank you to Karen Manucy!
She spent endless hours before anyone arrived, organizing and getting everything ready for guests. Though it was Sunday, she was even in the building today finishing up with the details.) It would be extremely difficult to do an event like this without her skills and devotion.

Mr. Feray, and the staff of Paris Ballet and Dance and Paris Ballet Conservatory thanks every guest who attended. As always, Open House was a great experience and lots of fun.

February 19, 2016
​Yesterday, Estelle Shaw was in the studio filming dancers of Paris Ballet Conservatory and Mr. Feray, for a great new upcoming project of hers. This project will benefit serious dancers and teachers alike.

Estelle was a former student of Marie Hale, Claudia Cravey and Lynda Swiadon. Academy of Ballet Florida was a school based on very strong ballet training, and philosophy believing good dancers needed to be versed in ballet, jazz, modern and tap to be well rounded, and more competitive in the professional world. Ms. Shaw's varied and expert training at the Academy of Ballet Florida provided her with the “tools” she need to be a professional dancer, international performer, and entertainer.

“If I studied at any other school, with my disability and body-type, I would be one of those students who would be told I would never be dancer,” said Estelle while she briefly spoke to the students before filming. As a student she fought Scoliosis. While she wore a brace all her growing years. However, she came to all her scheduled classes with almost perfect attendance and always gave her all. She happily performed all roles given to her with an unbridled love of dance. She is a “poster child” and an example of true commitment, hard work, desire and dedication.

Her professional career took off. She auditioned and was accepted for Eddie Tousaint's Company in Canada. However, about a year later and like a lot of dancers of the day, she wanted to dance with Ballet Florida. She happily returned home to Palm Beach County.

Estelle was (and still is) a true powerhouse, and became well rounded dancer/performer and artist. After many years dancing at Ballet Florida with her willingness to be at work -- to work -- she would try anything, and give over 200%. She performed leading and memorable roles working with some of the world's leading and renowned choreographers.

Then, her career took another amazing turn. She was personally selected by Ann Reinking to be in the National Broadway show Fosse. She toured internationally for over two years while also being the Dance Captain for the show. She not only performed but was responsible for giving daily classes AND taught the show's intricate choreography to new cast members.

Now living in California, over the years, she is married, taught many Fosee-style and other Master Classes and has been actively involved in dance, fitness and nutrition. Her positive attitude keeps her grounded and well-connected to everyone she has ever met.

Paris Ballet and Dance looks forward to Ms. Shaw's return in the future to continue her new project
...And to teach Master Classes.
...See photos on Facebook

On a side note: When Estelle Tomasovic Shaw danced at Ballet Florida, she also shared the stage with Paris Ballet and Dance Founder and Director Jean-Hugues Feray, Joseph J. Bucheck III, Jennifer Cole and Idael German.

February 14, 2016

Dearest Students and Friends,

Last night's presentation of the Florida Youth Dance Gala was truly wonderful. It was an honor to be a part of all the amazing schools who performed, while my own talented students also shared the stage with them.

It was really nice to see everyone in the Florida dance community coming together to share their best and brightest. As always, I loved seeing the people who I knew from when I danced locally with Ballet Florida. They are still involved with dance having become incredible directors, teachers and coaches.

Thank you Mauricio Canete for the invitation and allowing Paris Ballet and Dance to be a part of it. Thank you Lauren Anderson for the Master Class, and being a great hostess for the evening. Most of all, thank you for being a huge inspiration, and driving force in the world of dance.

Thank you to the The Duncan Theatre at Palm Beach State College and staff for being so hospitable to my dancers.

I must say I am so very proud of all my students. They worked so hard, and were very excited and proud to be a part of the Gala. While rehearsals may be grueling at times for all involved, they get young students ready for these exact times
...To show off why they train so diligently on a daily basis.

Moments like this make me realize how much I love teaching and sharing my experience. Everyday, my wonderful students shine and give me all the reasons to why I do what I do. Together with their talent, commitment, hard work, desire and dedication, we all make a great team!

Jean-Hugues Feray

​February 10, 2016
Rehearsals are going well for Paris Ballet and Dance's presentation of the Finale of Peer Gynt to be performed at the Florida Youth Dance Gala this coming Saturday, February 13. It is highly recommended to attend this exciting performance which is filled with great young talent from all over South Florida!

February 5, 2016
WPTV Channel 5 contacted Paris Ballet and Dance to do a special feature news story about Founder and Director Jean-Hugues Feray AND the students of The Paris Ballet Conservatory. Channel 5 will be filming the story with Mr. Feray along with the dancers, in the morning on February 26 at their studio in West Palm Beach.

As the details are finalized, more information will be posted about the date and time when it will be aired. 

UPDATE: The filming will be postponed to the first of March.

February 3, 2016
Last night, Paris Ballet and Dance Director Jean-Hugues Feray was an integral part of The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts’ “Provocative Entertainment at Kravis” (P.E.A.K.) Pre-Performance Talk with famed New York City Ballet Dancer, world renowned dance photographer and documentation Steve Caras, along with Artistic Director and Choreographer of Che Malambo, Gilles Brinas. All three shared their ideas and incredible knowledge of the dance world while bringing it to full-circle with Che Malambo (Mr. Brinas' company).
On a side note:
Following the talk was the brilliant, non-stop performance of Che Malambo. It is an all men Argentinian dance group performing the intricate footsteps, drumming, gaucho bolo dancing, singing, a little comedy, and the passionate heritage which is malambo. The audience gave them a well-deserved, rousing and thunderous standing ovation at the final curtain.

Photo left to right: Jean-Hugues Feray, Steve Caras and Gilles Brinas. Photo by: Dreamshare Photos

January 30, 2016
​Today there was a mini photo shoot with all the boys at Paris Ballet and Dance. Florida World of Dance Magazine is doing an article because of the amount of young male talent there is in the school.

Having a lot of boys is great benefit for all the girls, as well. They are very important in partnering classes. With many boys, there are bigger opportunities of productions to feature more advanced students in pas de deux work.

From beginners, intermediate and advanced levels, Mr. Feray and Paris Ballet and Dance is very proud to have so many boys. With partnering and boys/mens classes already in place, plans are being discussed of maybe adding another boys/mens class for next year!

January 28, 2016

For the third year in a row, Paris Ballet and Dance will performing at the Florida Youth Dance Gala on February 13 at the Duncan Theatre at Palm Beach State College in Lake Worth, Florida. The Gala will showcase talented students from around the state including: Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Brandon, Fort Myers, Hallandale Beach, Jacksonville, Jupiter, Miami, Oakland Park, Orlando, Palm Beach Gardens, Port St. Lucie, Sarasota, Tampa and West Palm Beach. Director of the Gala, Mauricio Canete has chosen the Finale from Peer Gynt!   ...More information

January 22, 2016
Paris Ballet and Dance, and Paris Ballet Conservatory Founder and Director Jean-Hugues Feray will be working with Steve Caras and The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts’ “Provocative Entertainment at Kravis” (P.E.A.K.) Pre-Performance Talk. Mr. Feray will be assisting Mr. Caras, and former French ballet dancer Gilles Brinas. Mr Brinas is now the choreographer and director of the nine year old, Argentine-based company Che Malambo.

Che Malambo, excites audiences through precise footwork and rhythmic stomping, drumming of the bombos, and singing and whirling boleadoras (lassos with stones on the end). Presenting a thrilling, percussive dance and music spectacle, the company’s work celebrates the unique South American cowboy tradition of the gaucho. This powerhouse all-male company of 14 gauchos Che Malambo brings fiery Malambo traditions and virtuosic dancing to the contemporary stage for an exhilarating and entertaining show that is perfect for the entire family. Danced solely by men, the Malambo began in the 17th century as competitive duels that would challenge skills of agility, strength, and dexterity. Zapeteo, their fast paced footwork, is inspired by the rhythm of galloping horses in their native Argentina.

The all-male group will be performing at the Kravis Center for two nights on February 2 and 3, at 7:30 PM. The talk is free to all ticket-holding audience members, and takes place at 6:15 on February 2 at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach.

Like all LIVE professional dance performances, Paris Ballet and Dance students are encouraged to attend.

January 13, 2016
Paris Ballet Conservatory's main audition for the 2016 | 2017 school year will be on June 8th 2016 at 2:00 PM. Private auditions are by appointment. Paris Ballet Conservatory is a day-time full program with elite and accelerated training.

Conservatory classes are with world-renowned dance educators in Advanced Technique, Advanced Pointe, Variations, Pas de Deux (Partnering), Modern/Contemporary, Neo-Classical, Men's Class, Jazz, Conditioning, Pilates, Nutrition, Various Master Classes, Special Workshops.

The collaborations with Mr. Feray, and his long-time connections with the stars and great teachers of the Paris Opera Ballet are coming together. This includes etoile Marie-Agnés Gillot as a Resident Guest Teacher!

> Open House on February 20
> Master Classes in March and April with the exceptional teachers of the Joffrey Ballet School
> Inaugural Gala (TBA)
> 2016 Spring Performances with guest artists featuring Cinderella's BallPaquita pas de Trois, and a WORLD PREMIERE by Director Jean-Hugues Feray
> July 18 begins Summer Intensive through the Paris Ballet Conservatory with classes in Ballet, Pointe, Modern, Contemporary, Jazz, Tap, Neo-Classical, Partnering, Improvisation, Pilates and Conditioning PLUS a Workshop for “The Nutcracker” in preparation for the audition
> The Summer Shape-Up Dance Camp is August 18 - 12
> Starting June 14, 2016, Mr. Feray will be teaching extra advanced Ballet/Pointe Classes on Tuesdays, and Partnering on Thursdays from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (except for the week of July 4th). He will also be available for more private Summer classes (by appointment). These additional classes are an exceptional opportunity for students who truly want to improve, and to see major and noticeable improvements.

​January 8, 2016
Girls in Levels 8, 9B and 9A and Conservatory will audition for roles as Cinderella, the Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter Fairies in Cinderella's Ball. Auditions for a girl to dance opposite of Gillian Yoder in Paquita Pas de Trois, as both Gillian and Xander Visker will be appearing in the Spring Performance. 
REHEARSALS begin tomorrow with 13 dancers including FIVE of our boys for Peer Gynt Finale, to be performed at The Florida Youth Dance Gala!

January 3, 2016
IT'S 2016
...And classes resume on Tuesday, January 5!
After the long Winter Break, everyone should be well-rested, well-stretched, and ready to go for the New Year. 

Things to look forward in the New Year:
Master Classes with the renowned teachers from the Joffrey Ballet School, Paris Ballet and Dance's participation in The Florida Youth Dance Gala, Annual Open House, Guest Teachers
...And other exciting things.

It will be a wonderful New Year and Paris Ballet and Dance along with The Paris Ballet Conservatory, is excited to be sharing it so many incredible students and their families!

December 25, 2015
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!​​ It is a very special time of year to enjoy time with family friends and neighbors. Just remember to eat wisely AND stretch!

December 23, 2015
Over the beginning of Winter Break, Mr. Feray hosted special optional classes for Upper Level and Conservatory students who wanted to keep in shape. It was great to see so many students who work so hard and are dedicated!

December 22, 2015
Paris Ballet Conservatory has just received the official notice from the I.R.S. that it is now a 501 (c) (3) Charitable Organization. As a non-profit organization, donations are deductible and may be claimed during tax time.

​There are plans for some exciting and fun fundraising events. This includes a formal gala.

It is important to know that many of the benefits of the Conservatory can be felt in school, as well. So, donating to the Conservatory helps all students! More information will be posted here on the website very soon.

December 20, 2015
Tomorrow begins Winter Holiday (December 21, 2015 - January 4, 2015). Classes resume January 5, 2016. Paris Ballet and Dance hopes everyone enjoys their Holiday time off with family and friends. 

2016 brings some fun things including:
Master Classes with the renowned teachers from the Joffrey Ballet School
The Florida Youth Dance Gala
Annual Open House
...And othe...Show and ticket informationr exciting things.

Paris Ballet and Dance also has limited space for NEW students. There has already been a few who have taken placement classes.

December 13, 2015
The VOTING IS NOW OPEN for the 2015-2016 Palm Beach Gardens-Jupiter/West Palm Beach Macaroni Kid Gold Daisy Awards! Paris Ballet and Dance is a has been chosen as a finalist . Please vote for us and have a chance to win your choice of a $50 gift card compliments of Macaroni Kid Palm Beach Gardens-Jupiter/West Palm Beach! You have until December 23.

December 8, 2015

​Thank you to my students for the most incredible performances of The Nutcracker this past weekend. You made it come alive on stThe collaborations with Mr. Ferayage and the dancing was stunning! You all truly made me extremely proud!

A heartfelt thank you as well to my guest artists, Yumelia Garcia, Rogelio Corrales, Idael German, Johanna Hurmemaa, Ben Slayen and Joseph J. Bucheck III
...Adding their professionalism and panache.  Thank you to parents, my staff, all the volunteers for helping me put this huge show together. I also must thank everyone for the emails, messages, phone calls, cards with the kindest words, knowing the appreciation makes me want to do this for the next 100 years.

Thank you to all of you. Let's keep making a difference!
Jean-Hugues Feray

More thank yous and credits for The Nutcracker:

Sets: Paris Ballet and Dance, St Lucie Ballet, CostumeI would like to wish everyone a Happy and Safe Thanksgivings: Paris Ballet and Dance, St. Lucie Ballet, Technical Director and Lighting Designer: Glenn Powell, Technical and Special Effects Advisor: Robert Shekon, Backstage Coordinator and Logistic Manager: Karen Manucy, Wardrobe Mistresses: Agnes Frank, Angela Guitierrez, Make-Up, Wigs and Hair: Missy Megginson, Angela Gutierrez, Jane Pasley (Eight O Eight Hair Salon), Online Ticketing: Ticket Leap ™, Ticketing Set-Up and Coordination: Joseph J. Bucheck III, Additional Ticketing and Box Office: Karen Manucy, Mattie Redding-Rivers, Theresa Disque, Program Guide Design, Graphics, Posters, Rack Cards, Website Administrator: Joseph J. Bucheck III, Program Advertisement Sales: Christi Keavey, Photography: Janine Harris, Joseph J. Bucheck III, Front of House Manager, Usher: Tangi Colombel, Nobel Family, Jupiter High School Principal: Daniel Frank, Stage Crew: The students and staff at Jupiter High School. 

Thank you to all of the parents/guardians and others who have generously given their time to help make productions possible including all volunteers: Mercedes Childers, Cristina Ciolacu, Erika De Oreo, Sue DeMarco, Angela Gutierrez, Shelly Hedge, Stephanie Higginbotham, Barbra Kaplan, Christi Keavy,  Karen Manucy,  Missy Megginson, Jeanette Medina, James Nobel, Yeni Leyva, Sherri Youmans, Barbra Francisco, Alison Colbert, Janine Rivera, Angela Kearney, Emily Stewart, Jodi Flanigan, Kristen Lenihan, Michael Pachelli.

Thank you to Barbara Castricone at Tulle, Karina Felix Fedele at World of Dance Magazine, James and Karen Noble at Kids Need More Art.

Thank you to Lydia Oquendo Corrales and Rogelio Corrales Co-Directors of St. Lucie Ballet.

A special thank you to Karen Manucy for her extra time and devotion to Paris Ballet and Dance.

A very special “thank you” to Tangi Colombel for his continued support, positive attitude and eternal patience!

December 6, 2016
Happy Hanukkah! May the Season be bright!

December 5, 2015
The Nutcracker Opens TONIGHT!
It's going to be brilliant with some notable and bright changes, and additions to the technical aspect of the production. 

December 3, 2015
The Nutcracker Opens on Saturday. The performance will be absolutely wonderful! Here's an interesting little tidbit of information:
It's like a reunion! At one point in their careers, Director Mr. Feray along with Paris Ballet and Dance’s Guest Artists Yumelia Garcia, Rogelio Corrales, Idael German, Ben Slayen, Joseph J. Bucheck III along with Paris Ballet and Dance teacher Jennifer Cole, performed in the same production of Marie Hale’s The Nutcracker while at Ballet Florida. Most times, they performed in the same performances on the same nights and/or matinees. Even Tigre MacPherson as a very young student, appeared in the same production. Helping out backstage will be Jane Pasley and Barbra Kaplan!

November 30, 2015

Today started daily Studio run-throughs of The Nutcracker. Everyone is excited and it looks like the show is ready to go. There is still time to purchase tickets at $29.50. After Friday, December 4 at 3:00 PM, Online sales stop and tickets will only be available at the door for $32.00 (cash ONLY) and the Box Office chooses the seats.

November 25, 2015

I would like to wish everyone a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving. There is so much for which to be thankful. I have such a great hardworking staff, wonderfully talented students along with extremely loyal, giving and passionate volunteers, and friends. Such a great group like this helps Paris Ballet and Dance function better. Thank you for all you do. We are all a great team because we work together for a better future. This makes Thanksgiving even greater!

Enjoy your time together over the weekend.

With love,
Jean-Hugues Feray

There are run throughs every day next week, and we are in the theatre next weekend with rehearsals and exciting performances of The Nutcracker!

November 21, 2015
Thank you to James and Karen Noble and Kids Need More Art at Abacoa for hosting the wonderful and fun-filled A Nutcracker Celebration Holiday Party. It was well attended by so many families. It seemed people just didn't want to leave because they were having such a great time. Everyone brought tasty sweet and savory foods, and deserts. While juices, soda and water was supplied, there was plenty of wine, as well. It was truly a Holiday event!

A really special mention goes to: Clare Keavy, Parker Geraghty, Kari Hurmemaa and Emil Hurmemaa who appeared as characters from The Nutcracker!  
...See Photos on Facebook

November 17, 2015
Kids Need More Art and Paris Ballet and Dance are hosting a wonderful Nutcracker Holiday Celebration in a few days on November 20. The event will be held at Kids Need More Art at Abacoa. This will be a fun event featuring a selection for the Party Scene from the actual production of The Nutcracker.  
...More Information

​November 12, 2015
Paris Ballet and Dance is pleased to announce Rogelio Corrales will be dancing the role of Sugar Plum Cavalier in this year's production of The Nutcracker. He graduated in 1991 at the age of 18 from the famed National School of Ballet in Havana. He is a renowned dancer having performed on international stages.

Has has danced with Bay Ballet Theatre of Tampa, Ballet Classique, Columbus Youth Ballet, Miami International Ballet, Lexington Ballet, Rockford Dance Company and Miami Hispanic Ballet Sarasota Ballet, Minnesota Ballet, Ballet Florida and Ballet Palm Beach. 

Due to his acclaimed and successful years at Ballet Florida he shares close ties many people involved with Paris Ballet and Dance. Paris Ballet and Dance is very pleased have him perform as a guest artist. ...
Read More About Him

November 7, 2015
Yesterday, Mr. Feray observed the Partnering Class at the Harid Conservatory in Boca Raton. He was happy and extremely proud to observe his Paris Ballet Student Xander Visker (third form right). Thank you to Gordon Wright and the staff at Harid for their wonderful and gracious hospitality while having Mr. Feray sit in on the class.

November 6, 2015

Tickets for The Nutcracker go ON SALE -- TODAY -- November 6 at 8:00 PM!

Join Kids Need More Art and Paris Ballet and Dance for a fun Holiday Party to celebrate The Nutcracker on November 20. Wine and drinks will be served at the pot luck dinner. This will be a very fun event for the entire family. Please, make sure you R.S.V.P. so we know you are coming. 

November 4, 2015
Tickets for The Nutcracker go ON SALE November 6 at 8:00 pm. Order early for the best dates and seating!

October 23, 2015
EVERYTHING has now been taught, and sections “put together” during rehearsals for The Nutcracker rehearsals. It has never been done this quickly before. This leaves much more time for refining, polishing and coaching which is normal and very important for any production.

Thank you all so very much Paris Ballet and Dance's wonderful students, incredible staff and Joseph Bucheck III
….And all parents for making sure children made (and continue to make) it to rehearsal and being on time. The incredible volunteer Moms “rock it” every Saturday – and other days of the week. It's like a well oiled machine!

All of this is going to make a promising run of The Nutcracker this year. 

October 21, 2015

A huge thank you to Sandra Baran of The Jupiter Academy of Music and Alice Coldbreath of Grace Notes Foundation for the invitation to perform with them for the second year in a row
...And we love it.

Thanks all the parents and students who came to the Harriet Himmel Theatre performance. It was nice to come and support your fellow Paris Ballet and Dance friends. The camaraderie that I witness every day is so heart warming, this is another great reason for me to be very proud of all of you. Thank you to Karen Manucy and Joseph J. Bucheck III for their help before, during and after the performance.

We all are a great team! Let's keep making a difference.
Jean-Hugues Feray.

​October 16, 2015

Paris Ballet and Dance is getting ready to perform in Jupiter Academy of Music's production on Bach n' The Beatles at the Harriet Himmel Theatre on Tuesday, October 20. This show will benefit The Grace Notes Music Foundation.

Dancers of the Conservatory will perform to LIVE music provided by the talented students from The Jupiter Academy of Music. Mr. Feray has brilliantly choreographed a work to be danced to the song Something. Kristen Lenihan has created a bright work to Penny Lane.

On the piano for Something will be Wes Colbreath and Yasmeen Scuderi. (Ms. Scuderi is also a student at Paris Ballet and Dance). Accompanying  Penny Lane is Melody Sze and Jennifer Kyu. 

Thank you to Sandra Baran of Jupiter Academy of Music and Alice Culbreath of Grace Notes Music Foundation for this wonderful opportunity! 

The production is truly an exciting MUST-SEE and FUN event!
  ...More Information  ...Rehearsal Photos on Facebook

September 25, 2015
Tomorrow, Saturday 26, starts the third week of rehearsals for The Nutcracker. It is exciting to have so many wonderfully talented and eager students in the rehearsal room. They are ready to go, and have made the full commitment to be a part of this incredible production.

Every, student who is dancing the role of Fritz and/or a Party Boy is an actual young male student in the school. This does not include the young men who are dancing the roles of The Nutcracker, the Nutcracker Prince, Mechanical Soldier, Rat King, Snow Prince, and Russian(s)!

At Paris Ballet and Dance, each and everyone of us is so fortunate to be able to work together for a such great accomplishment.

September 21, 2015
Paris Ballet and Dance has been invited once again to perform with the talented musicians of the Jupiter Academy of Music in a benefit performance for The Grace Notes Music Foundation. The performance at the Harriet Himmel Theater at CityPlace in Downtown West Palm Beach, Florida on October 20 -- will be exhilarating! Last Spring Performance, Paris Ballet and Dance also included two works accompanied by Jupiter Academy of Music.
 ...More Information

September 15, 2015
Paris Ballet and Dance has been invited to participate in the Florida Youth Dance Gala on February 13, 2016. This is the third year in a row! It is exciting for once again to be included with the absolute best dance schools and academies in South Florida.  
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September 14, 2015
CELEBRATING THE HIGH HOLIDAYS: Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur!

September 6, 2015
HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY LABOR DAY WEEKEND! There are no classes on Monday. Classes resume on Tuesday, September 8.

Casting for The Nutcracker will be posted on Wednesday, September 9. Reminder: The decisions for casting is very difficult and well thought out! There are many factors which must be considered. All casting is final. Mr. Feray nor the staff will not field questions or discuss the matter.

Rehearsals for The Nutcracker start next Saturday, September 12. Please re-read Polices concerning Rehearsals, Costume Fittings and At the Theatre. Paris Ballet and Dance is very strict about them!

August 31, 2015
A warm and heartfelt congratulations, and thank you to all Paris Ballet and Dance students. They were amazing at the audition yesterday! Each student should be very proud as they pushed themselves to a wonderfully high level which truly made the judges' decisions extremely difficult.* 

Thank you to our judges, Jessica Benton, Katie Redmond Green, Ben Slayen and Hollond Schiller. Thank you to Emily Schubert for being the rehearsal assistant, and a judge, as well. As always, thank you to the administrative staff Karen Manucy and Mattie Green. Another shout out to Joseph J. Bucheck III for helping "re-set" afterwards, and being at the right place with his camera to help document everything. 

Please, view the photos of the audition on Facebook.

The School has just completed the second week with after school classes and the first week with the morning Conservatory classes. It is already rewarding! The wonderful staff who's input and professionalism has been greatly appreciated. Their dedication is so important. Students and their families have shown their support, commitment, hard work, dedication and trust in Paris Ballet and Dance, and its vision. It is always a huge motivation.

With auditions over, rehearsals for The Nutcracker starting in a little over one week. From now until the closing night, it is long and very hard work for everyone involved. The result is always spectacular.

It is very important to re-read the School Policies for rehearsals, costume fittings and being at the theatre. Paris Ballet and Dance is very strict about them so, it is a good idea to always be extremely familiar. 

* Please remember: The decisions for casting is very difficult and well thought out! There are many factors which must be considered. All casting is final. Mr. Feray nor the staff will not field questions or discuss the matter.

August 29, 2015
Today is the day. Auditions for The Nutcracker begins at 1:30 PM. There are a lot of exciting students at Paris Ballet and Dance hoping for "that" role. Wishing each and everyone of them the very best!

August 28, 2015
Paris Ballet and Dance is very proud and excited to announce renowned dancer Yumelia Garcia will be dancing the role of the Sugar Plum Fairy in this year's production of The Nutcracker.

Ms. Garcia is an outstanding dancer having performed with the National Ballet of Caracas, Ballet Florida, and for many years a principal dancer with Joffrey Ballet. As a stellar artist and technician, she has starred in leading roles in many classical ballets, and featured in works by internationally renowned choreographers. She has been a guest artist all over the country and the world. Ms. Garcia is also an excellent dance educator having taught all over the world.

It's going to be a very exciting production of The Nutcracker this year!  
...More about our guest artists

​​August 27, 2015
Paris Ballet and Dance is thrilled to welcome three distinguished guest judges who will sit on the panel for Auditions: 
Hollond Schiller
Ms. Schiller graduated from New World School of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Dance. She is a prominent teacher within the dance community in South Florida having taught at Academy of Ballet Florida, Palm Beach Ballet Center, Bak Middle School of the Arts and so many more.

Katie Redmond Green
Ms. Green is a prominent studio owner who's extensive training includes ProAm Dance Studio in Ft. Lauderdale, The Cleveland Civic Ballet, The Dance Company, Dance Arts, and Pointe Park College in Pittsburgh, University Center for the Performing Arts, Ballet Academy de Miami, and the Magda Aunon School of Classical Ballet. Additional ballet training and education was provided by instructors at S.E.R.B.A., The Rock School of the Pennsylvania Ballet, Tony Catanzaro, David Howard, and Brenda Gooden. 

Jessica Benton
Ms. Benton is a former dancer with Ballet Florida. While at Ballet Florida, she danced many principal roles including works created by George Balanchine, Val Caniparoli Daniel Ezralow, Sean Lavery, Vicente Nebrada, David Parsons and Mauricio Wainrot, to only name a few! Also, while with Ballet Florida, she performed principal roles in over 27 states in the country.

One of her most notable and most remembered roles was Clara in Marie Hale's incredible production of The Nutcracker. She was considered by most as the ultimate Clara. Company dancers would actually stand in the wings to watch her perform.  As an audience member, one forgot she was an adult dancer while being completely immersed in her portrayal of young Victorian adolescent's innocent world of magic, fantasy and first romance. At the end of each performance, audience rose to their feet with adulation! 

With guest judges, student auditions are taken very seriously at Paris Ballet and Dance. Parents are reminded that there is no need for emails, phone, calls and/or note about roles and final choices for those roles. Selections for roles are considered on many levels and based on judge’s selections and a student's ability. The school not only has to think about what is best for the student but production values as well. This is why Paris Ballet and Dance's production of The Nutcracker is so great. 

August 22, 2015
It was a fantastic first week! Everyone with smiling faces, in crisp leotards and tights was so excited to start the 2015 / 2016 year. It's awesome to have everyone with us. Some classes are almost FULL so, it is very important to register as soon as possible.

At Paris Ballet and Dance, we always strive for perfection. Even though things are checked and triple checked before the each year starts unfortunately, unforeseen things may happen. We just found out there was one glitch in the class schedule posted on the website for Saturday mornings.

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused. The website has been be corrected. Except for that, this past week was smash hit!

If a child has not yet registered, it is highly recommended to come in at least twenty to thirty minutes before class. It is important to completely understand that no child will be allowed to enter a classroom until all the proper paperwork has been filled out and payments have been settled. Once class has started, it is too late for them to enter the room.
Again – arrive really early!

We look forward to an incredible year including lots of fun, some surprises, and with the dedicatwe can tellion, commitment and hard work for each and every student. Keep in mind auditions for The Nutcracker are August 29. The Conservatory classes begin August 31. Rehearsals for The Nutcracker start September 5.

Even though it's August, advertising space in The Nutcracker program book is on sale NOW! Information and prices are on the here.

Always read emails sent from the Paris Ballet and Dance. Important information, notices and changes are sent on a regular basis.

We also welcome Mattie Rivers to our administrative staff. She comes to us with many years of administrative experience having worked for one of the largest employers in the county.

It's going to be a fabulous year. Let us all make a difference with our love of dance!

August 17, 2015

Mr. Feray and the staff at Paris Ballet and Dance are extremely thrilled to see everyone as they start the 2015 / 2016 year of dance. Students return to great classes and expert teachers. New students come with great expectations of the schools wonderful reputation.

Paris Ballet and Dance is a melting pot of really incredible talent, and it is obvious these dancers are hungry and eager to learn and improve. It is the best gift for a teacher, to be able to help them develop into great artists! 

There are also many incredible surprises cooking!

Auditions for The Nutcracker quickly coming up on August 29, ​all in all, it will be a great and exciting year!
The Conservatory classes begin August 31. Private auditions are being accepted until August 29.

August 15, 2015
General classes for 2015 / 2016 begin this coming Monday, August 17. We can't wait to see everyone. It is a truly exciting time seeing returning and new students.

During opening week, things get really hectic. If a child has not yet registered, it is highly recommended to come in at least twenty to thirty minutes before class. It is important to completely understand that no child will be allowed to enter a classroom until all the proper paperwork has been filled out and payments have been settled. Once class has started, it is too late for them to enter the room. Again – arrive really early!

To speed up the process, download the proper forms on the Registration Page and have them completely filled out before coming in.

Conservatory classes begin on August 31st. It is suggested students who have been accepted and will be attending take the highest level of the general school as to help prepare themselves for the rigors of Conservatory classes.

Coming up quickly are auditions for The Nutcracker on August 29. This is another “high energy” day. Intermediate and Upper Level General School, and Conservatory students must participate in auditions for this production. Emails will be sent with more information.

Again, Mr. Feray and the entire staff of Paris Ballet and Dance is excited and ready to get started. It's going to be a really GREAT year!

​August 12, 2015
It is with great pride and joy to officially announce two Paris and Dance students have been accepted into two of the most prestigious schools in the US.

Gillian Yoder has been accepted into the year round program with fifty percent scholarship at Next Generation Ballet -Patel Conservatory in Tampa, Florida. Patel's program is normally for students from eight through twelfth grade. Though Gillian is just eleven years old and in the sixth grade, they offered her a position. This past year, she also placed Second in Youth America Grand Prix in Tampa and was invited to compete at the Finals in New York City.

Xander Visker has been accepted into Harid Conservatory in Boca Raton, Florida with FULL tuition scholarship. Remembering from previous news, Xander was afraid and anxious to audition for their past Summer Intensive asking Mr. Feray, “...am I good enough?” The answer was (and still is) is a resounding, “YES!”

Both students began and continued their training at Paris Ballet and Dance. Gillian and Xander are extraordinarily talented. However, talent is not the only attribute wIt's going to be a fabulous year. Let us all make a difference with our love of dance! A good student must be dedicated, work extremely hard and always take corrections like Gillian and Xander.

As they grew up through the “ranks” at Paris Ballet and Dance, they both have been a complete joy and inspiration. These accomplishments are incredible and gratifying. They will both be missed! 

Whenever possible, they will be returning to take class. Also, look for them in our future performances!

It is very important to know schools like Harid and Patel do NOT just accept just any students. They look for the absolute best. The successes of Gillian and Xander is a testament to the incredible training and nurturing one receives under the extensive experience of Director Jean Hugues Feray and Paris Ballet and Dance.

Talent, Commitment, Hard Work, ​Desire and Dedication Deserve Great Training! 

August 1, 2015
Paris Ballet and Dance registration begins next week. August 3 to August 14 will be an exciting time while we get to talk to returning students and welcoming new ones, as well. We are looking forward to seeing everyone as they make plans for the 2015 / 2016 School Year. 

The Paris Ballet Conservatory will accept private auditions until August 29.

July 28, 2015

An incredible number of THIRTEEN boys attend the school. We are very proud and fortunate of this. Many other schools consider themselves extremely lucky to have just one.

From ages four to sixteen, seven of our young men are in the Advanced Levels with many in the Intermediate Levels. There are several boys in the Beginner Levels, as well.

Besides the extraordinary training at Paris Ballet and Dance, and depending on their age/level, these boys participate in Partnering AND Men's Classes, as well as their regular Ballet Technique, Modern, Contemporary, Jazz, Tap, and Conditioning classes. While being involved in a great school that offers sopecial programs geared just for them, they also share a special camaraderie and an admiration for each other (along with a dose of a little healthy competition, and loads of fun).

With these extra and exclusive classes, our boys tend to improve at a more advanced rate. With the skills they have acquired, they have a great advantage over the one or two male students in other schools. This past summer, ALL Paris Ballet and Dance Advanced and Intermediate boys were accepted into incredible summer programs including Texas Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive, Harid Conservatory Summer Intensive, The Joffrey Ballet School Summer Intensive, Patel Conservatory Summer Intensive -- WITH scholarships.

At Paris Ballet and Dance, boys and young men are featured using their incredible talent and learned skills during performances, and special events. Also, starting this year there will be not two but three highly accomplished male teacheors who will be part of the team of their instructors to inspire, push and make them better.

For further information about boys and classes at Paris Ballet and Dance, and Paris Ballet Conservatory, contact us.

July 27, 2015
During this exciting time we get to talk to returning students while welcoming new ones, as well. We are looking forward to seeing everyone as they make plans for the 2015 / 2016 School Year. 
Note: It is a great idea for students who have already been taking classes over the years to pre-register BEFORE actual registration begins. It will ensure their place in class.   
... Registration Page

​July 22, 2015

Paris Ballet and Dance student Xander Visker has been was offered to join Harid Conservatory on a year round full scholarship. Xander was a bit anxious to go audition for their Summer Intensive. He asked Mr. Feray, "Mr. Jean, Am I good enough?" Luckily he auditioned and was accepted.

It is too early for he and his family to make such a big decision. Whether or not he attends, he now knows he was good enough. Harid only takes very good and well-trained dancers. Xander is a professional dancer in the making. We at Paris Ballet and Dance are very proud of him.

July 10, 2015
The Summer Intensive begins next Monday. The Summer Intensive is an incredible opportunity for a students to advance at a very quick and noticeable rate. The reason: They attend classes and work very hard, every day! 

There is is still space available. To take advantage of this incredible program, contact us today!

​​July 7, 2015
Mr. Feray has returned from his summer holiday abroad with some very exciting news. While away, he talked with several prominent dancers and teachers in France. They are very excited about the Paris Ballet Conservatory and want to be a part of it!

Many things are in the works AND a very thrilling thing can be revealed now. One of the many guest teachers for the Conservatory will be none other than Marie-Agnès Gillot. World renowned, she is a brilliant principal dancer and an international star ("Etoile") from the extraordinary Paris Opera Ballet!

Since the beginning last year, Paris Ballet Conservatory has set out to be unique in Palm Beach County. This year it gets even better.   
...Watch MANY stunning videos of Ms. Gillot on YouTube

​​July 6, 2015

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June 12, 2015
This years's End-of-the-Season Cast Party and Banquet at the Abacoa Golf Club was incredibly fun. So many people showed up to eat, dance and just have fun.

The food was plentiful and excellent. After dinner, everyone danced to an excellent playlist. Thank you everyone including  Barbara Castricone at Tulle for their generosity for the raffle prizes!
 ...See Photos on Facebook

June 10, 1025
There was a great turnout for the Paris Ballet Conservatory Audition. Students came from, as far north as Palm Bay, Ft. Pierce and Pt. St. Lucie - looking for a prized spot in the day-time Conservatory Program. Director Jean-Hugues Feray who did not sit on the panel, gave a wonderful class. Jordan Lefton, one of the judges, gave an incredible contemporary combination.

Thank you to our judges Tom Barber, Violet Blakey, Ben Slayen and of course, Mr. Lefton. Also thank you to Karen Manucy for preparing for the audition, Michaela  Wilkinson for the front desk and Joseph J. Bucheck III for always showing up when needed!

Results will be out in July. Best wishes to all. 
...See Photos on Facebook


Dear Students, Families, and Friends.

​This past weekend's The Spring Performance was simply spectacular! The energy level was incredibly high with wonderful performances. I am beyond happy with the the performances this past weekend. It's hard to describe the joy and proud that I feel when I see my students perform the way they did! So thank you making me love dance even more.

A big thank you to all the parents and families for supporting their children. It takes a lot of commitment for dance families, as well.

Thank you to  Logistic Manager and Backstage Coordinator: Karen Manucy, Jupiter High School Technical Director and Lighting Designer: Glenn Powell, Wardrobe Mistresses: Agnes Frank, Angela Guiterrez, Shelly Hedge, Missy Megginson, Emily Stewart, Headpieces: Sue DeMarco, Erika De Oreo, Karen Manucy, Ticketing Set-Up and Coordination, Program Book Design, Graphics, Posters, Rack Cards, Website Administrator: Joseph J. Bucheck III, Additional Ticketing: Karen Manucy, Program Printer: Great Impressions, Extra Publicity: Samantha Rose Migdholl, Program Advertisement Sales: Kristy Kreavey, Photography: Janine Harris, Joseph J. Bucheck III, Front of House Manager: Tangi Colombel, Concessions: Nobel Family.

Thank you to Jupiter High School Principal Daniel Frank
…And the students, the stage crew and staff at Jupiter High School.

Thank you to all of the parents/guardians and others who have generously given their time to help make productions possible including all volunteers: Dianne Cahill, Mercedes Childers, Cristina Ciolacu, Audra Cohen, Erika DeOreo, Sue De Marco, Cindy Doolittle, Shelly Hedge, Angela Guittierez, Stephanie Higginbotham, Angela Kates, Kristy Keavy, Patricia Lenihan, Jeanette Medina, Missy Meggison, Atlanta Visker, Sherri Youmans

Thank you to Sandra Baran of Jupiter Academy of Music, and their talented students.
Thank you to Barbara Castricone at Tulle for her generosity....See Photos on Facebook
Thank you to Karina Felix Fedele of World of Dance Magazine.
Thank you to Lydia Oquendo Corrales and Rogelio Corrales Co-Directors of St. Lucie Ballet.

A special thank you to Karen Manucy for her extra time and devotion to Paris Ballet and Dance.

A very special “thank you” to Tangi Colombel for his continued support, positive attitude and eternal patience while always standing by my side!

And a BIG thank you to my incredible staff of extraordinary teachers including: Jennifer Cole, Ideal German, Kristen Lenihan, Yuan, Rapp, Janine Rivera, Martha Satinoff, Emily Schubert, along with Karen Manucy and Michaela Wilkinson in the office!

Everyone's dedication and involvement mean the world to me.
I am very touched and grateful,
Mr Jean-Hugues

ARCHIVED NEWS 2015 / 2016


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