Four Sundays of Dance Workshops

Four Sundays of Dance Workshops

Dance Workshops with Master Teachers
March 26, April 2, 9 & 23, 2017

The 4 Sundays program at Oglebay Institute’s School of Dance features intensive dance workshops with master teachers and renowned professional dancers & choreographers.

This unique opportunity, open to dance students ages 8 & up, allows for concentrated study with nationally and internationally traveled instructors over a four-week period, March – April. Workshops offer two guest instructors per session.

Types of dance covered include Ballet, Contemporary Ballet, Classical Ballet, Modern and Jazz.

Students gain insight into the world of professional dance while strengthening technique & talents in an intimate studio environment.

Schedule of Instructors:

5-8pm Sunday, March 26
Dr. Yoav Kaddar – West Virginia University Dance Program Director
Alan Obuzor – Texture Contemporary Ballet Founder

5-8pm Sunday, April 2
Hilary Jereza – West Virginia Dance Company
Alexandra Kochis – Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Principal

5-8pm Sunday, April 9
Lorraine Graves – Dance Theatre of Harlem
Carolina Siscanu Anderson – Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker

5-8pm Sunday, April 23
Christopher Bandy – Formerly with American Repertory Ballet and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre
Aaron Ingle – Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre


  • All four workshops – $225 (A 25% savings from purchasing each workshop individually.)
  • Workshops a la carte – $75 each (Choose days and instructors.)


Register for individual workshops or all four session. Visa, MasterCard and Discover accepted.

  • Register by phone by calling 304-242-7700
  • Register in person 9am-5pm Mon.-Fri. and 10am-4pm Sat. at the Stifel Fine Arts Center – 1330 National Road, Wheeling, WV
  • Register at Oglebay Institute’s School of Dance durning regularly scheduled classes.

More about Oglebay Institute’s School of Dance:

Dance in all forms has been a vibrant part of Oglebay Institute since its founding in 1930. OI’s School of Dance presents dance as an art form and a means of self-expression and social interaction for all ages. From novice dancers to returning professionals, students can immerse themselves in the art of dance at OI.

The School of Dance is well-known in the Upper Ohio Valley and beyond for renowned, professional guest instructors. Workshops present opportunities for students to train, study and be mentored in a single day, or as part of our progressive curriculum that prepares dancers for college and professional life on stage.

Click here for our complete listing of classes and workshops.

School of DanceOglebay Institute’s
School of Dance

1330 National Road, Wheeling, WV