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Helena Froehlich

Strasbourg, France

Joined Boston Ballet School in 2005

Biography

Helena Froehlich received her dance training in ballet and modern with Maitre Jean Garcia and Gunilla Lervick, as well as training in jazz, flamenco, tap and African dance.  She received scholarships from the French government to study modern dance at the Merce Cunningham School, and choreography with Alvin Nikolais/Murray Louis.

Froehlich has performed and choreographed with several companies, including Opera du Rhin, ACTES, les Arts Scéniques, Fusion, National Center for Contemporary Dance, Renate Pook, Crescendo, and Association Creation Danse in France; Peter Janssens, Tanz!, Staatstheater Biberach, and Felix Ruckert in Germany; and Gerald Otte, Rob Mc Williams, Nikolais/Louis Repertory Group, T3, Soulstice, Wing it!, Reverence, American Repertory Ballet, and Teamwork in the United States.

Froehlich was a faculty member at American Repertory Ballet’s Princeton Ballet School, teaching ballet, modern, tai chi, Acu-Yoga, sacred, and choreography. She was also a choreographer for school productions of Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote, and Swan Lake.