Ashley Kohl Adler, an Atlanta native, began her training with International Ballet Rotaru and the Atlanta Ballet Center for Dance Education, studying under legends such as Fernando Bujones, Larissa Skylanskya, Robert Barnett, Violette Verdy. John Mcfall and Sharon Story. There she was given the opportunity to work with choreographers such as John McFall, Stanton Welch, Michael Pink and Ben Stevenson. Her most memorable roles include, “Black Swan”, “Esmeralda”, “Grand Pas Classique”, and “Les Sylphides”. Ashley is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory, where she received her BFA in dance, with a two-year focus on Ballet Pedagogy. As a scholarship student at the Conservatory, Ashley performed soloist roles in works by José Limón, Luis Fuente, Tommy Neblett and Auguste Bournonville. Ashley continued her professional performing career in New York City, where she has danced with The Metropolitan Opera, at Madison Square Gardens and worked with various freelance choreographers throughout the city. Alongside performing, Ashley is a ballet teacher, choreographer and coach.
Ashley recently relocated to Denver and is excited to share her passion for ballet and teaching with her students. Since joining the Colorado Conservatory of Dance faculty, Ashley had the opportunity to direct the Young Children’s Summer Camp and looks forward to her new role as the Conservatory Manager.
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