Where’s Amy?: Penrod Arts Fair

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    Lexi Kimball, Missy Rust, Sara Kimball, Sergey Sergiev, Kelly Hamilton and Rich Rust, Carmel residents from the prestigious Indiana Ballet Conservatory, get ready for the 2015 Penrod Dances.
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    IBC Student Julia Rust and proud mom Missy Rust of Fishers give a quick good luck hug before the big performances at Penrod.
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    Administrative Director and Head of Preparatory Division Hailey Agran and gentlemen’s contemporary instructor and choreographer Sergey Sergiev take time to pose with their IBC students for “Where’s Amy?” minutes before their performance at the 2015 Penrod.
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    Interim executive director Wilmara Manuel, administrative director and head of preparatory division Hailey Agran and gentlemen’s contemporary instructor and choreographer Sergey Sergiev excited for their 2015 Penrod Performances at the IMA.
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    Indiana Ballet Conservatory Interim Executive Director Wilmara Manuel and Administrative Director and Head of Preparatory Division Hailey Agran at the 2015 Penrod Art Fair.
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    Indiana Ballet Conservatory Students gave performances of a life time to huge crowds at the 2015 Penrod Art Fair.
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    IBA Students Rachel Schultz, Rebecca Hughey and Sierra Perdew know how to strike a pose during their intense dance routine at the Penrod Art Fair.
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    "Where’s Amy?” says the Dancing with the Stars TV show better make room for IBC’S own Tyler Parnella and Samuel Gest because there’s some new kids in town - and they mean business.
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    IBC students and buddies Justin Hamilton and Fritz Henderson fresh off the stage and now ready to explore the IMA grounds at the 2015 Penrod Art Fair.
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    The entire crowd at the IMA Penrod were delighted by the performance of these four talented Carmel Ballerinas from IBC … Abigal Kimball, Ran Ohata, Chloe Sun and Mira Sparks were amazing.
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    “Where’s Amy?” was excited to see the huge crowds and fans gather around the IMA Penrod dance stage to be entertained by the IBC students in action. It was amazing to see the talented Morgan Rust, Callahan Porter and Samuel Gest own the stage.
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    Indiana Ballet Conservatory and Carmel Resident Samuel Gest is not only a fierce strong talented dancer, he is kind and funny as he took time to chat with “Where’s Amy?” after his performance at the Penrod Art Fair.
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    IBC Lead Dancer Samuel Gest of Carmel said he enjoys hanging out and dancing with IBC Twins Julia and Morgan Rust of Fishers.
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    IBC student dancers take their final bow after several amazing professional performances at the 2015 Penrod at the IMA.
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    “Where’s Amy?” … chatting with Indiana’s two favorite top notch professional dance guru’s IBC Interim Executive Director Wilmara Manuel and Artistic Director of Dance Kaleidoscope David Hochoy at the 2015 Penrod Art Fair.
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    “Where’s Amy?” always enjoys chatting with her favorite dynamic duo team - Indiana Ballet Conservatory Founding Artistic Director Alyona Yakovleva-Randall and Administrative Director and Head of Preparatory Division Hailey Agran at the 2015 Penrod Art Fair at the IMA.
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    Having an opportunity to meet the new four-legged members of the Moskalenko family posing with IBC pre-professional daytime program director, master teacher and coach Alexei Moskalenko and twins Tati and Nico Moskalenko.

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  • Missy Rust

    It’s great that Current has a passionate arts’ lover like Amy on the scene at so many fantastic arts events! Thank you for highlighting Indiana Ballet Conservatory (IBC) and all they are doing to help raise the barre of dance, entertainment, and the act of giving back in Carmel! 🙂 On Oct. 30 IBC will be giving back during the 3rd Annual “Pointe to the Cure” where over $40,000.00 has been raised for LOCAL pediatric cancer research during the first 2 years alone!!