MASTER CLASSES

OPEN MASTER CLASS

JASON FOWLER

SEPTEMBER 25 | 12:00-1:30PM

$50 per Student ($35 for BNT/NTC Members)

Jason Fowler began his dance training in Dallas at the age of eight. In 1993, Mr. Fowler entered the School of American Ballet (SAB), the official school for New York City Ballet.

 

He was invited to join New York City Ballet in April of 1996 and was promoted to soloist in 2006. In addition to numerous corps de ballet roles with NYCB, he has performed soloist and principal parts in Christopher Wheeldon’s Polyphonia, Mauro Bigonzetti’s Vespro, In Vento and Oltremare , Balanchine’s Divertimento No.15 , Scotch Symphony , Agon, Symphony in C, The Four Temperments, La Valse, and Chaconne, Jerome Robbins Glass Pieces and Concertino.

 

Folwer danced with Mr. Wheeldon at the New York City Ballet and originated roles in Wheeldon’s Polyphonia, Mercurial Maneuvers and Variation Serieuses.

 

Since 2010, he has staged over 20 ballets for Mr. Wheeldon, including SWAN LAKE, ALICES ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, THE WINTER’S TALE AND CINDERELLA at the Royal Ballet, New York City Ballet, Bolshoi, Maryinski, National Ballet of Japan, Royal Danish, Royal Swedish, English National Ballet, Rome Opera Ballet, National Ballet of Spain, Boston Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Miami City Ballet, Ballet Arizona, Australian Ballet, Karlsruhe Ballet, Bavarian State Ballet, Joffrey Ballet

 

In 2012,  Mr. Fowler was Associate Choreographer for the musical HANDS ON A HARDBODY in La Jolla, CA. His film credits include CENTER STAGE.

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