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  • Kochetkova to Split Time w/ ABT & SF San Francisco Ballet principal dancer Maria Kochetkova will join American Ballet Theatre in New York as principal dancer, effective September. Kochetkova (known as Masha) will remain a principal dancer at SFB, and, according to the company, will split her time between the two cities. She has been a guest artist with ABT since 2013. A Moscow nat...
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  • Complexions to Move to ATL Complexions Contemporary Ballet is leaving New York and moving to Atlanta. The company considered several other cities including San Diego, Los Angeles and Houston, but decided Atlanta was the best choice. According to Atlanta-based board member Su Longman, Complexions is planning a fundraising event in the fall and will perform October 8-10...
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  • ABT Promotions including Misty! STELLA ABRERA & MISTY COPELAND PROMOTED TO PRINCIPAL DANCER. Skylar Brandt, Thomas Forster, Luciana Paris, Arron Scott & Cassandra Trenary Promoted to Soloist Maria Kochetkova & Alban Lendorf to Join Company as Principal Dancers; Jeffrey Cirio to Join as Soloist
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  • Royal Ballet Promotions Announced Promotions, joiners and leavers at The Royal Ballet for 2015/16. Details of Company changes for the upcoming Season have been announced. Francesca Hayward and James Hay have been promoted to First Soloists. Meaghan Grace Hinkis, Luca Acri, Nicol Edmonds, and Marcelino Sambé are promoted to Soloists. Camille Bracher, Mayara Magri, Leticia Stoc...
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  • Carla Körbes Joins L.A. Dance Project Carla Körbes, who recently retired as a principal dancer at the Pacific Northwest Ballet, has been appointed associate artistic director of the L.A. Dance Project, the company announced on Wednesday. She will oversee daily rehearsals, casting and programming, and report directly to Benjamin Millepied, the former New York City Ballet principal an...
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  • Colette Marchand, Glamorous Int'l Ballet Star, ... Colette Marchand, a French ballerina whose long-legged glamour made her an international star in Roland Petit’s ballets in the 1940s and 1950s, and who was nominated for an Oscar for her role in John Huston’s “Moulin Rouge,” died on June 5 at her home in Bois-le-Roi, France. She was 90. Ms. Marchand played a highly visible role in the postwar...
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  • Congrats! Jared Matthews, Houston Ballet Princi... Houston Ballet Artistic Director Stanton Welch promoted Jared Matthews to the rank of principal dancer after a well-received performance as Lucentio in John Cranko’s production of The Taming of the Shrew on Saturday, June 20. “Jared has proven to be of principal caliber time and time again this season. As a member of Houston Ballet he has tac...
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  • Albert Evans Dies at 46 The New York City Ballet is reeling from the untimely death of one of its stars: Albert Evans, 46, a retired principal dancer and a current ballet master. Evans, tall and dignified with a playful streak, was one of the highest-profile African American ballet dancers. He was the second black principal dancer at NYCB, following in the footsteps of...
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  • Rachel Moore Leaves ABT for LA Music Center Help Wanted: a new boss for a leading American ballet company. Rachel S. Moore, the chief executive officer who helped American Ballet Theater thrive again after a rocky period, is leaving to become president and chief executive officer of the Music Center in Los Angeles in the fall, the center announced Wednesday evening. Her departure le...
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  • Philip Neal Named NGB Artistic Dir Philip Neal is the new artistic director of the Next Generation Ballet and chairman of the Patel Conservatory Dance Department, it was announced Thursday. Neal, who had a storied 23-year career with New York City Ballet, is currently leading Next Generation Ballet’s month-long ballet summer intensive program and overseeing a full slate of sum...
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Organization: The Joyce Theater Foundation
Job Location: New York, NY

 

 

The Director of Development is a full-time employee and a member of the senior staff of The Joyce Theater Foundation.  The position reports to the Executive Director and bears primary responsibility for the organization’s fund raising efforts from all sources.  The Director of Development manages a permanent staff of five, as well as temporary interns and development consultants as needed.  The position oversees the annual campaign, the endowment campaign, and special fund raising drives such as capital projects, collaborations with colleague institutions, and proposals related to the planning process for the new theater. Philanthropic sources of support for all these efforts include foundations, corporate sponsors, government agencies at the national, state, and local levels, regional arts councils, individual donors of major gifts, Joyce Champions, and donors to the annual Gala.  The position works closely with the Executive Director, the Director of Finance, and the Joyce Board of Directors to create, implement, and manage development strategies to achieve the organization’s fund raising goals. 

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