Teacher / Professional Graduate
The Austin Dance Conservatory is thrilled to have Alycia Williams joining our faculty as a teacher and Professional Graduate. Alycia Williams, 19, is a Texas-born ballerina. She recently trained in Orlando, FL with United Ballet Theatre as a Trainee under the direction of Joseph Gatti. However, Williams received her formal training in the Ballet Academy North professional division under the direction of Kelly Yankle.
Williams has also ranked high in multiple YAGP competitions, ICON dance awards and ADCIBC for her classical variations and contemporary works.
She was invited to YAGP festival in Genoa, Italy, and she was the youngest dancer chosen by Washington Ballet’s Resident Choreographer, Mimi Miccolis, to perform his new work in the gala at ADCIBC in 2019. She has received scholarship offers to train with some amazing ballet schools over the years.
One of Alycia’s top career highlights was when she recently performed with Twyla Tharp in New York City on the Twyla Now show on Broadway.
Alycia will be teaching the Pre Ballet/Tap class on Wednesday mornings (10:00am-11:00am), the Hiphop class (5:30pm-6:30pm) followed by the Tap/Musical Theater class (6:30pm-7:30pm) on Thursday nights, as well as the Intro to ballet class (9:30-10:30) on Saturday mornings.
Programs & Classes
The Professional Conservatory (PC) offers daytime and evening programs for members to train with a world renowned professional faculty in a versatile regiment of codified techniques and movement principles to prepare for all aspects of professional and collegiate dance.
The Conservatory offers multiple training opportunities for ages 8 and up. Conservatory dancers will focus on training in a minimum of two ballet technique classes per week, and have the option to add modern technique, jazz technique and musical theater, contemporary and pointe technique (upon invitation only).
The Children's Conservatory
The Children’s Conservatory offers multiple training opportunities for ages 2-7. Dancers in the Children’s Conservatory will develop a love for dance by building a proper foundation that lasts a lifetime in a warm, nurturing environment. Children’s Conservatory dancers will focus on motor skills, musicality, coordination, personal relationships, responsibility, and more.
If a dancer is interested in performing, they are encouraged to audition for the ADC productions.