Rhys Loggins is a Texas native who graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas with a BFA in Dance Performance. Though passionate about dance, Rhys also holds a love of literature and writing and enjoys being able to express himself through the written word as well as through movement. He currently teaches Pilates and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
George Balanchine is commonly referred to as the father of neoclassical ballet. His vision allowed him to see another side of the art, and his works ushered in a paradigm shift that would affect it forever. By stripping his
ballets of their plots and trappings, Balanchine exposed the raw beauty of movement and made dances that were about dance and little else.BWW Reviews: ABT's LE CORSAIRE - New Staging of a Classical Work June 18, 2013
One of the country's highest regarded ballet schools presents it's annual workshop performance series and gives their students a chance to be seen by scouts from companies from around the globe.BWW Reviews: All Robbins, Not All Good June 7, 2013
What better way for the New York City Ballet to begin a new season than with a night of Balanchine/Tschaikovsky ballets that highlight exactly what the company has become known for throughout the years? Beginning its 2013 winter season with a four week venture that the company has dubbed a "Tschaikovsky Celebration", I had the pleasure of attending the opening night on January 15th, when a sold out house came out to greet one of New York's most treasured artistic institutions.