GUEST BALLET INSTRUCTOR
Marcus Galante has worked extensively as a choreographer and teacher throughout the world. Trained at the American Ballet Theatre School and the School of American Ballet, he was also a trainee at the Harkness School of Dance.
Some of his teachers include Patricia Wilde, Nancy
Clement, Richard Rapp, Stanley Williams, George Balanchine, David Howard, Chuck Kelley and Phil Black (Jazz). He went on to dance with many companies including the Chicago Lyric Ballet under Maria Tallchief, Cleveland Ballet, Cincinnati Ballet, and was a soloist with the National Ballet of South Africa C.A.P.A.B.
On Broadway, he sang, danced and acted in A CHORUS LINE, PIPPIN, CAROUSEL and other shows. He has also worked Off-Off Broadway, in Opera, film and on television.
He is a fellow of the National Endowment for the Arts for choreography, was nominated for a Dance in Film Award and has received many good notices for his work from the New York Times and other major critical publications.