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Feature Story

On-site reflections from TROY’s trip to Italy

Here we are wrapping up week one of the Danza in Arte a Pietrasanta Festival in Italy! Even a single week has required endless energy from the Troy University dance students, who work tirelessly and still find time to play in Pietrasanta and Tuscany. Jet lagged and exhausted, on Sunday we took a bus from Milan to the small artists’ town hosting the DAP Festival. We conquered our first challenge within the first half hour of arriving: rolling our suitcases up the steep hill to the elegantly simple convent where we stay. The girls sleep in two large dorm rooms, while the boys are next door. We share the rooms with a beloved staff member of the festival, Greta, and fellow dancers, which means exciting opportunities for making friends and learning Italian and Russian language and culture.

The dancers immediately began classes on Monday. From 8:45 to 13:15, TROY students take classes in advanced ballet, contemporary/modern, Gyrokenesis and Pilates from guest artists, who serve as instructors and performers at the festival. Ashley Pettit (C’17) adores Fatima, the ballet instructor, whom she describes as “funny, witty, and a little snarky, but fabulous.” Thomas Johansen and Sebastian Kloborg are also favorite instructors and beautiful dancers.

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