Miss Sprance trained in the art of classical ballet at the Nutmeg Conservatory for the Arts in Torrington, CT beginning at the age of eight years old. She graduated from Nutmeg’s Ten Year Pre-Professional program in 2011 at age eighteen and turned her passion towards teaching ballet. She was given the title ‘Pedagogical Trainee’ and instructed in the Vaganova method by the Torrington School of Ballet’s Director Susan Szabo. Upon completion of her year-long training she was offered a teaching position at TSOB, where she instructed students ages three through fourteen. Miss Sprance set Scarf Dance and Drum Dance for this year’s Spring Repertory production and is thrilled to be joining the faculty at Ballet Theatre Company.
When not teaching, Miss Sprance can be found outdoors enjoying the sunshine, sweating it out in yoga class, or at the movies catching the latest thriller. She loves her cat, Annie, and envies her yoga ‘cat pose’.