Provided by Ordway Conservatory of Classical Ballet
Ordway Conservatory of Classical Ballet, a ballet school that provides a world class dance education focusing on confidence, health and leadership skills, is celebrating their students’ wins at the national ballet competition, Washington, D.C. Grand Prix.Eight-year-old Adrianna Stagnato of Warrenton was awarded second place in the pre-competitive contemporary division. Eleven-year-old Harper Carr of Manassas was awarded top twelve in both youth classical and contemporary divisions. Twelve-year-old Saron Lawrence of Dumfries was awarded top twelve in the junior contemporary division. Fourteen-year-old Lily Harang of Stafford was awarded top twelve in the teen contemporary division. And fifteen-year-old Hayden Jarman of Dumfries was awarded top twelve in the teen contemporary division. The Washington, D.C. Grand Prix holds regional competitions in Maryland, Texas, and Massachusetts. Their mission is to create an inclusive space where students and young dancers from across the globe can join together to display their artistic talent and compete among each other.
About Ordway Conservatory of Classical Ballet:
Ordway Conservatory is a ballet school located in Manassas and founded in 2018 by former principal dancer Sara Ordway. Ordway Conservatory’s mission is to provide a world class ballet education in a safe and nurturing environment focused entirely on its students ensuring that each dancer feels confident, accomplished, and beautiful while developing exceptional dance, health and leadership skills.