Department of Performing Arts
- Lilla Séber is the founder of the Séber Method, an interdisciplinary education system for classical ballet. She began her teaching career under the tutelage of Mary Day and Rudolf Kharatian while a principal dancer at The Washington Ballet. She has been teaching at The Washington School of Ballet for over sixteen years. Ms. Séber's training began at the prestigious Hungarian Dance Academy in Budapest. She studied on scholarships at the North Carolina School of the Arts, the Washington School of Ballet, Luigi's Theatrical Jazz Dance and at the Alvin Ailey School. Currently Ms. Séber is pursuing a certificate from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is a well-known instructor of various disciplines of yoga and has taught at Sport & Health clubs in the area for more than twelve years.
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