hInspired by watching his older sister and cousin study dance, Kenneth Shelby’s dance career began when he joined the dance group Anointed Praise at church. He received his first ballet training at Perkins Elementary with influences of jazz and tap, going on to be accepted into the John Hopkins Middle School in the magnet program for dance. For three years he studied in the Vaganova method of ballet and character. In High School he attended the magnet program called Pinellas County Center for the Arts at Gibbs High (P.C.C.A) studying in the Vaganova method and the Horton Technique. Shelby attended Indiana University where he was a Ballet major, training in the Balanchine style, and performed in several pieces ranging from Appalachian Spring to Pas de Sept.
Our 2019-2020 Season will feature seven dynamic productions, including compelling new works and crowd-pleasing returning favorites. We hope that you’ll subscribe and join us for all of the following: The Kaplan New Works Series – featuring works from emerging artists, including a trio of female powerhouse choreographers and two Cincinnati Ballet dancers (September 12-22, 2019) […]