Carmel Valley resident admitted to prestigious American Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive program

Alexandra Krstic


Carmel Valley resident Alexandra Krstic has successfully auditioned for the esteemed American Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive program. This summer, she will spend four weeks at the University of Texas, Austin participating in various classes, including ballet technique, pointe, modern, jazz, choreography, dance history, nutrition, and stage production.

Alexandra has been dancing since the age of 3, and for the last six years she has been training at the Royal Dance Academy in Carmel Valley, directed by Francine Garton. She is currently preparing for the intermediate level of the Royal Academy of Dance vocational exam in ballet. Alexandra is an 8th grader at The Bishop’s School in La Jolla.  

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