Jenny Barlow

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Jenny and Blake
Jennifer Hill Barlow and her husband Blake founded and run the Barlow Arts Conservatory of Dance in Lehi, Utah. She is a member of the Dance Faculty at Brigham Young University.

She received her BFA in Ballet Performance from the University of Utah and an MFA in Teaching and Choreography from the U of U, member AGMA, AGVA and Corps de Ballet International. Her early training was from the Clytie Adams School of Ballet, the Ballet West Conservatory, the Boston Ballet School, the University of Utah Concurrent Program and the State Berlin Ballet School in Germany all on scholarship. She continued her studies at the nationally ranked University of Utah Ballet Department, and was the recipient of the four year, full tuition William F. Christensen Scholarship and a full teaching fellowship grant. While at the U, Barlow was a member of the Utah Ballet Company for four years as an undergraduate and served as the company's Ballet Mistress alongside of Attila Ficzere during her graduate studies. She performed many principal roles including Giselle in Giselle and Swanhilda in Willam F. Christensen's Coppeliá; for which she was personally cast and coached by Mr. Christensen himself.

Barlow's professional experience includes dancing with Ballet West, the Cincinnati Ballet Company and the Gaungzhou Ballet Company in China where she danced numerous principal and soloist roles. Most recently she lived in New York where she performed in the Radio City Christmas Show starring the World Famous Rockettes. She has taught, choreographed, and directed for over thirteen years at universities, performance schools, theatres, and studios across America (see below).

In 2012 the Barlow Arts Conservatory put on Peter Pan at the Covey Center for the Arts. The performance showed creativity in both the sets and the choreography.


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