Tatiana Anton
Romania

Mrs.Tatiana Anton is a professional dance teacher with twenty years of experience. She was born in Suceava, Romania and entered the Romanian National Ballet School “Octavian Stroia”, Cluj - Napoca at the age of ten. She continued her training at the Romanian National Ballet School where she graduated as a ballerina in 1990. Upon her graduation in 1990, she joined the Romanian National Opera House, Iasi where she continued to pursue her passion and developed her skills across varied repertoire such as Swan Lake, Giselle, The Nutcracker, Esmeralda, Zana Papusilor, Carmen and many others. Tatiana toured with the Romanian National Company through Europe and worked alongside some of the most respected choreographers, masters of ballet and dancers.

While dancing, Tatiana was a dance teacher at Colegiul National de Arta “Octav Bancila” Iasi from 1992-1997, where she worked with students in developing basic trough advance ballet skills, coordinated practice sessions and rehearsals for the students. She motivated, encouraged and supported students to improve their dance and evaluated and graded students for next levels of performance.After a successful run as a ballerina and a teacher in Europe, Tatiana moved to USA in 1997. For the last fifteen years she continue her love for dance by teaching and choreographing at different dance studios throughout San Diego.Tatiana is teaching Ballet, Pre-Pointe and Pointe classes and choreographing dances for performances during the year for all level of students. She provides the best possible level of service and quality of instruction, and maintaining high levels of energy and enthusiasm during classes.Tatiana has a passion for dance and feels very fortunate to be able to share her talent by influencing others through her teaching.

In 2018 she was guest teacher at Satomi Morikawa Ballet Academy, Japan and guest teacher at Grand Caribbean Internationnal Ballet Festival,Mexico.Pressently Tatiana is now principal artistic staff and full-time teacher at Bell Art Cultural Association in Bari, Italy.

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