Pallas van der Kroft-Sluyter
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Pallas is 59 years old
Lives in The Hague, originally from Los Angeles, California
Dancing now with Dennis Wayne, LA Chamber Ballet, Israel Ballet, Tamar Modern Dance Co,MTV,Movies,Freelancer
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Studied at SAB, ABT, SF Ballet, Dupre Dance Academy
Teaches Modern, Ballet classes
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Choreographing X at Y
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Résumé

Born in Los Angeles, Pallas began training in ballet at age 4 and at age 11 was awarded the Ford Foundation scholarship from the New York City Ballet. Additional scholarships include: ABT, SF Ballet, Ballet West, Dupre Dance Academy. Performing credits include Dennis Wayne & Dancers NY, Israel Ballet,Tamar Modern Dance Company, L.A. Chamber Ballet, Radio City Music Hall, DNO, Pandora & DeDDDD. Pallas has freelanced extensively in T.V. shows, movies, and MTV videos. She has choreographed for 4 Steps Forward (Korzo), Poetry International Festival (Stadsschouwberg, R'dam), L.A. Dance Kaleidoscope, Jerusalem Dance Theatre, MTV Korea. Guest taught for DJazzEX,RAZ,Krisztina de Chatel, Stanley Holden, Edge PAC, Piet Rogie/Peter Bulckaen, Haagsche Dansetage, A'dam Dance Centre, Barrie Stevens, Jerusalem Dance Theater, and The New Dance Center. Owns and directs her own school in The Hague 'Pallas-Dance" www.pallas-dance.com where she offers classes for children, teenagers and adults. 2010: embarked upon working as freelance rehearsal director and coach with Massive Movement, OperaDans/Alchemy Ensemble,& Flow Performing Arts. 2011: resumed choreographing and performing for DeDutch Don't Dance Division, The Alchemy Ensemble, and Flow Performing Arts, where she is currently resident choreography and rehearsal director. Pallas is also an avid writer and musician.

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 75 Ballet classes
 92 Modern classes
 17 Workouts
 2 Workshops
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