Join professional ballet dancers Erin (Orlando Ballet School) and Joshua (Royal Ballet School London) from the San Diego Ballet Company in hearing about their top tips about doing ballet practise at home safely and correctly.
About Erin Mesaros:
Erin began her dance training at the age of 5 near her hometown in Eagle, Michigan. In 2015 she began her training on full scholarship as a trainee with the Orlando Ballet School to later join the Orlando Ballet Second Company in 2016. During her time in Orlando, she performed in many of Orlando Ballet's productions, such as Giselle, Don Quixote, The Nutcracker, as well as, Michael Pink's Dracula, Arcadian Broad's Beauty and the Beast, and George Balanchine's Serenade. In 2018 she joined San Diego Ballet as a company member and has since performed many lead roles and pas de deux's in Javier Velasco's choreographies, such as Rhapsody on a Theme, Don Quixote Grand Pas de Deux, and Clara in The Nutcracker.
About Joshua Webb
Born in Surrey, England and started ballet at the age of 4. Joshua attended Stagecoach for 9 years, performing in 3 summer showcases. Joshua joined the Royal Ballet School at the age of 11 and studied there for 2 years until he was 13. During his time at the Royal Ballet School Joshua had the chance to perform in the Royal Ballet's Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty. He then moved to Moorland international Ballet Academy where he spent 5 years finishing his training and gaining two diplomas in teaching. In 2019 Joshua moved to San Diego, California to join The San Diego Ballet where he is just entering his second season as a company dancer.