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Amelia Wanderlingh

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Amelia Wanderlingh - Ballet, variations, repertoire, pointeArtistic Director of the Vancliffen Arts Foundation Amelia teaches and coaches  some of the most known ballet academies in the US and Canada.

A native New Yorker, Founder, Member of the Board of Directors, currently Artistic Director of the Vancliffen Arts Foundation, created in 2004 as a non-profit, charitable Canadian Federal organization, with an international  mandate,  accreditation and recognition with its main scope the promotion of the Arts, especially the Classical Ballet and the mentoring and guidance of students seeking a professional career in Dance through scholarships and Educational Programs to aid in their development.

After completing her studies at the  famed Harkness House for the Ballet Arts in NY. under the Direction of Patricia Wilde, Miss Wanderlingh embarked upon an extensive career, also as Guest Artist;  throughout the United States and Europe as Soloist and Principal Dancer with Ballet Repertory, Metropolitan Opera, Pittsburgh Ballet, Teatro Massimo to name a few. Has worked with choreographers such as Leon Fokine, Nicholas Beriozoff, Vitale Fokine, Perceival Borde, Richard Holden, Ugo Dell’Ara, Pieter Vand der Sloot, Federic Franklin, Nicholas Petrov, Mario Pistone and others.

Amelia Wanderlingh - Ballet, variations, repertoire, pointeFor her many accomplishments as an Artist and Dance Educator, she has been honored with entrance into the Constantinian Academy of Letters, Arts and Sciences, based in the North America.

In Europe for her contribution to Universal culture, honored with entrance into the Mozart Academic Society for the Arts an organization supported by the Presidency of the Italian Republic by virtue of her  outstanding Artistic achievements and as a Master Teacher .

Held Diplomatic Status as a Member of the International Parliament for Safety and Peace until 2016.

Member of Dance Masters of America Member of AGMA (American Guild of Musical Artists) MEMBER OF CID – UNESCO from 2016.

From 2000 – Present –  Creator of the Vancliffen International Ballet Examination Program. The Ballet Examination Program is presently being done in Canada, United States, Italy and Greece.

In 1999 -Teaching faculty of La Roche University, Pittsburgh, PS  USA.   Guest Teacher for Summer Intensive  Point Park in connection with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.
In 2004, along with Dr. Fernando Milelli and a group of devoted Balletomanes, Music and Art lovers, founded the Vancliffen Arts Foundation
From 2005 Guest Ballet Mistress for the Pavlova International Ballet .
2008 – 2009 – Artistic Consultant and Acting Artistic Director for the Quinte Ballet School of Canada one of the five professional schools in Canada.
In 2009, nominated as Director of the Ballet Faculty of the International University of Ballet Arts for North America.
From 2011- Present –  Collaborator and Mentor for the Hamilton City Ballet and Hamilton Academy of Performing Arts, under the Ministry of Education (Canada).
From 2013 – Present – Guest Ballet Mistress, Toronto International Ballet Theatre Vancliffen Arts Foundation has a long  standing  collaboration with Canada’s National Ballet School who graciously offers every year Bursaries for their summer program that are presented at the Vancliffen”Attilas Akilas Silvester” International Ballet Competition for Young Talents and Groups going into its 13th Edition.

RaisingThunder – (Canada, United States)- Main adjudicator for Ballet Graffiti – (Italy)-  Danza nel Mediterraneo (Italy) – President of Jury Vancliffen “Attilas Akilas Silvester” International Ballet Competition for Young Talents and Groups – Artistic Director Premio Adriatico International Ballet Competition (IT) – Presidentof Jury.