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Lindsay Bettencourt

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Lindsay began her training in ballet at age 9 with Inland Pacific Ballet Academy and had the honor of dancing the lead role of Odette in IPB Academy’s 2019 Spring Recital performance of Swan Lake. She has also performed in many other Inland Pacific Ballet and IPB Academy productions, and was also a member of the IPB Academy Youth America Grand Prix Ensemble invited to complete in the YAGP Finals in NY. Lindsay has had the privilege of attending American Ballet Theater’s (ABT), world-renowned Summer Intensive Program in New York City, instructors including Cynthia Harvey, Sascha Radetsky, Leslie Browne, and Petrusjka Broholm. Most recently, Lindsay attended The Washington School of Ballet’s year-long elite Professional Training Division program in Washington, DC under the direction of Julie Kent, and received training from Xiomara Reyes and Rinat Imaev, among others. While training with TWSB, Lindsay had the amazing opportunity to perform with The Washington Ballet’s company, in their productions of The Nutcracker at the historical Warner Theater, and Swan Lake at the Kennedy Center. She is thrilled to be back in California this year to pursue her professional dancing career.

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