MISSION: to produce an acclaimed international dance festival showcasing a variety of styles performed by World-Stage dancers. To provide unmatched ballet master-classes and instruction by renowned artists for aspiring pre-professional dance students. To offer dance scholarships to high quality applicants requiring support and to promote dance in all its forms with outreach activities and conferences.
To provide leadership expertise to other dance organizations, both performing and educational, through in depth analysis and advisory consultations.
A NEW PATH ......
..... for Performance
SIDAF INC is pleased to announce the opening performance of the 2014 SEASON.
We are preparing artistic events of quality, as we always do, but specializing in bringing to Sarasota the most exciting and "avant guarde " trends in very select creations.
We specialize in "theatre" dance, where you will be moved and elated by the artists you will see. Please join us and we will travel that path together...
Visit the next page for details on LIFTED - at Sarasota Opera House on April 15, 2014
December 2014 THE DREW JACOBY WINTER RESIDENCY
A new and unique winter intensive residency for professional and pre-professional dancers to study with Drew and outstanding guest artists.
The course will specialize in the latest techniques and trends in world contemporary ballet and dance, preparing young artists for Dance in the 21st Century.
Located at Sarasota Opera House from December 27, 2014 through January 3, 2015
Please contact Sidaf Inc. for information and furthere details;
For young dancers in the area, we continue with Robert de Warren's Master-Classes. He believes the best tutoring is done in private, where concentration to detail in artistry and technique, can be absorbed in the most positive way. Dedication and passion are what make a future STAR!
...........for The Community
Robert de Warren will continue his lecture series at ACE @ SCTI
The new Course
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MASTERPIECES IN BALLET
Together we will analyze ballets on the same theme but created by different choreographers.
We will examine what insipires them and how they each arrive at a different end.