Sonntag, 20. März 2022

FWD - José Mateo Ballet Theatre Seeks Executive Director


José Mateo Ballet Theatre
Executive Director
José Mateo Ballet Theatre (JMBT) has forged a new model for a ballet organization through innovative programming, artistic excellence, an inclusive approach, and extensive community outreach. Founded in 1986 by Cuban-born choreographer José Mateo as a professional company and an affiliate school, the organization has grown to be one of the largest dance organizations in the region. JMBT operates through four interconnected pillars: ballet training, performance, outreach, and historic site preservation. Its mission is to: 
  • Produce new ballets of excellence that are stimulating and culturally relevant to diverse audiences;

  • Create an innovative approach to ballet training that welcomes diversity and ensures unanimous participation and achievement by all students;

  • Create sustainable, inclusive, and engaging outreach programs through JMBT’s signature Dance for World Community that make ballet accessible to participants of all racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds; and 

  • Reposition the role of dance in culture and expand its purpose in the education of youth and enrichment of communities locally and beyond.
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