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Stretch and Strengthen with Desiree Errico
By Joffrey Ballet School
Stretch and Strengthen Description
Online Registration Procedure:

Registration for classes will be up until 15 minutes before the start time of the class. If you missed the opportunity to register online, please text, Kelbert, our Open Class Program Coordinator at (646)-868-5856 and he will assist you in registrations the class.

Joining an Online Classes:

Classes will be hosted on Zoom. A Meeting ID code will be sent to your e-mail 15 minutes before the start of the class.


Desiree Errico has danced professionally for both contemporary and classical ballet companies throughout the NY area. Ms. Errico’s performance highlights were with the Eglevsky Ballet under the direction of former ABT dancer, Ali Pourfarrokh, where she danced both Soloist and Principal roles. She also had the privilege to perform as a Principal Guest Artist at New York City Center under the direction of Alfred Obersteiner, as well as for the American Dance Theatre of Long Island under the direction of former Richmond Ballet dancer, Kathy Kairns-Scholz. Furthermore, Ms. Errico was handpicked by one of her mentors, David Howard, to be in an instructional ballet DVD with producer, Bob Rizzo.

Desiree’s primary ballet training came from world renowned ballet coach, Maggie Black, who trained Kevin McKenzie, Natalia Makarova, and Gelsey Kirkland to name a few. She later furthered her training in NYC with master teachers David Howard and Diana Cartier. Ms. Errico also had the privilege to spend several summers studying
with the New York City Ballet (NYSSSA) and master teachers Olga Kostritzky, Damien Woetzel, and Deanna McBrearty. She also attended the Boston Ballet summer program, as well as ABT in NYC.

Desiree is also a certified Pilates Mat instructor and has taught at Broadway Dance Center, 92nd Street Y Harkness Center, and Peridance. She started her own fitness based Instagram and YouTube channel both entitled, “Dansique Fitness.”

April 18
2:00pm - 3:15pm (EDT)
This is an online event at Zoom