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Photo Credit: Janessa Touchet in Septime Webre's ALICE (in wonderland), courtesy of Cincinnati Ballet (© Peter Mueller)
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Silicon Valley Ballet School is the official school of Silicon Valley Ballet, and an American Ballet Theatre Certified Institution. The preeminent school in the area affiliated with a professional company, SVBS's classes in San Jose and Palo Alto provide expert training to students ages 12 months and up, ranging from complete beginners of all ages to pre-professional dancers.
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Photo Credits: Amy Seiwert's "This Might Be True" by Alejandro Gomez; Lahna Vanderbush and Kendall Teague in Ohad Naharin's "Minus 16" by Alejandro Gomez; Annali Rose in Amy Seiwert's "This Might Be True" by Alejandro Gomez; Ommi Pipit-Suksun by Chris Conroy; Alicia Alonso's "Giselle" by Bari Lee; Janessa Touchet in Septime Webre's ALICE (in wonderland), courtesy of Cincinnati Ballet (© Peter Mueller);" Silicon Valley Ballet School student in performance by Deborah Hayes