At the Brink Dance Intensive
Not going away over the 2018 February break? Come dance with Erin Pryor Dance Theatre and our friends for 3 days, 8 hours a day!
We are bringing a NYC style dance intensive to Westchester- with some top of the line staff and choreography.
Your day will have everything!
Pick from 2 levels for your 3 days :: Advanced Beginner or Intermediate
All middle school and high school dancers are welcome
February 20, 21, 22 :: 9am- 5:00pm
Steffi Nossen School of Dance
216 N Central Ave
White Plains NY, 10606
For more information Call :: 914- 649- 7773
Daily Schedule for Both Levels include:
Advanced Beginner :: 1 - 3 hours of dance a week
Intermediate :: 4 or more hours of dance a week
** There is a lunch break but lunch is not included in tuition. Student is responsible for bringing food.**
All 3 days :: $365 (Early Bird)
*Register Before January 1*
Per day :: $200 a day
All 3 days :: $500
*Register after January 1*
**Payment plans are available but 20% will be added to price.**
**Refunds will only be issued up to 2 weeks after Payment.**
Meet Our Staff
Anthony Raimondi- JAZZ
Anthony Raimondi is a born and raised New Yorker from Brooklyn and a graduate of the University of Arizona with a BFA in Dance and BS in Business Marketing. He has been a featured dancer in different commercial venues across the United States including fashion shows, commercials and music videos. Favorite Credits: West Side Story National and International Tour (Swing, Dance Captain and Assistant Choreographer), Giordano Dance Chicago, and the Bad Romance Show. For more information, visit www.anthony-raimondi.com
Erin Pryor- Injury prevention/ Mock Auditions
Erin Pryor is from Westchester and a graduate of Manhattanville college. She has worked with choreographers like Kazuko Hirabayshi, Ben Minister and Bill Hastings, and has performed in Scotland, Spain and New York with various choreographers. Erin has produced dance festivals, seasonal performances, as well as, commissions for her choreography. She was recently nominated for best choreography for "The Secret Garden" production produced by Little Radical Theatrics.
Ashley Albonetti- Ballet
Ashley Albonetti starting dancing at the age of four and quickly found out that it was her passion. Growing up in Putnam County, New York, she studied ballet, pointe, jazz, tap, lyrical and modern at Pinewood School of Dance and The Ridgefield Conservatory. As a student, Ashley performed in the “Nutcracker Ballet” with the Moscow Ballet, Danbury Music Center and Ridgefield Conservatory for 12 years in roles including Snow Queen and Dew Drop. At the age of 15 she discovered her true talent, teaching, when she was asked to be a teaching assistant while training at the American Academy of Ballet. Ashley attended Manhattanville College on a dance scholarship and graduated in 2009 with a B.A. in Dance & Theatre and a minor in Psychology. Professionally, Ashley performed as a soloist for five seasons with the Mooney Cooley Dance ballet company as well as music videos and live performances around New York City. Ashley has been teaching, coaching and choreographing around the Westchester area for ten years.
More Staff Announcements Coming Soon!
Christina Manno- Contemporary
Christina Manno is a passionate dancer, choreographer, instructor, and dance team coach throughout the tristate area, where she has been training kids and adults of all ages since 2010. She graduated from Manhattanville College in the spring of 2012, receiving a B.A. in Dance and Theatre with a concentration in Dance Therapy as well as a minor in Psychology. Since graduation, Christina had the honor of dancing professionally with the Gotham City Cheerleaders, the professional dance team in support of the New York Football Giants. As a dedicated member of the GCC for two complete seasons, her biggest credits include an appearance on America’s Got Talent, and her involvement in the Super Bowl XLVIII Pepsi Halftime Performance.
Christina has founded and directed one dance competition team in Westchester County, as well head coached several others. She has brought many opportunities to her dancers, including a chance to perform a full-length piece in Walt Disney World Florida, under her direction. In addition to studio teaching, she is currently the Head Coach and Choreographer of the Pace University Dance Team, which performs at all Pace University football and basketball games on the Pleasantville campus. As a Coach at Pace, she trains her team in fitness and a variety of dance styles. Under Christina’s direction, Pace Dance Team members participate in community service events such as the P4K Dance Marathon and Relay for Life of Pace University.
Summer projects include creating and facilitating dance programs and choreographing camp plays for day camps such as Kiwi Country Day Camp (2012-2016) and Breezemont Day Camp (2017-present).
In her free time, Christina is a Dancer and Party Motivator for Infinity Night Club and Hal Prince Entertainment. She loves taking a multitude of classes at Broadway Dance Center, with choreographers such as Jared Jenkins, Eric Campros, and Beth Goheen, as well as Matt Steffanina, having participated in the 2016 Broadway Dance Center Winter Dance Intensive in the Professional Category. Christina is so excited for the opportunity to teach Contemporary during the Erin Pryor Dance Theatre Dance Intensive!