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beverlEy bagg


Beverley Bagg (PACT Ballet Company, Ballet BC,  Alberta Ballet)  

Professional Program Classical Ballet, Coaching  and Rehabilitation from Injury 

Artistic Staff at Ballet BC. International guest  teacher. 

Canadian Tutor for Progressive Ballet Technique.  

Jury Member for Ballet Beyond Borders International  Ballet Competition. 

Ms. Bagg began her training in both RAD and  Cechetti in Johannesburg, South Africa, and has  transitioned from a dancer into a master teacher.  She was accepted at the Royal Ballet School in  London, England, and danced soloist and principal  roles with the PACT Ballet Company in South Africa  for 15 years. Among the roles she performed were  Bluebird and Princess Aurora from The Sleeping  Beauty, Odette/Odile from Swan Lake, the Sugar  Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker, Swanhilda in  Coppélia, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Giselle in  Giselle, Kitri in Nureyev’s production of Don Quixote,  and the lead in Balanchine’s Theme and Variations.  She has also performed works by renowned  choreographers such as Jiří Kylián, John Cranko, 

Goh Choo San, André Prokovsky, and Sir Frederick  Ashton.


Ms. Bagg has a diploma in biomechanics  and physiology from the University of the  Witwatersrand and integrates this knowledge into  her teaching. She is clearly able to assess the  structure and limitations of a young dancer and work  diligently educating through awareness and  encouragement. Ms. Bagg has been invited as a  guest teacher to various companies and schools in  the US, Canada and internationally. She was Ballet  Mistress of Ballet BC and Alberta Ballet and has  been instrumental in staging Swan Lake, Giselle and  Romeo and Juliet for South African Ballet Theatre  and Washington Ballet.


Miss Bagg is on faculty as  teacher of Ballet BC as well as various  

contemporary programmes in the city of Vancouver.  She runs her own drop in classes and is on faculty  at Inspired Movement Ballet Conservatory in San  Diego. Ms Bagg has also been appointed Canadian  Tutor for Progressive Ballet Technique, a unique  conditioning curriculum devised by Marie Walton  Mahon in Australia.  

In 2019 Ms Bagg was approached by Joshua  Beamish, Artistic Director of MoveTheCompany to  perform the role of Bertha in his staging of Giselle  and was invited to teach his company on tour in Germany as well as performing with an  

internationally renown choreographer Idan Cohen in  Vancouver. She has been invited to guest teach Les  Ballet Jazz de Montreal this summer as well.  

Specializing in Dance rehabilitation and with over 40  years of a passionate and very successful career as  a professional dancer, teacher and coach, Ms. Bagg  is able to draw on this experience and offer a rich  

and insightful approach to teaching and coaching.  She establishes an environment of positive energy  and demands excellence in a nurturing and inspiring  manner. 

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