Rose Caiola is the Founder and Executive Artistic Director of Manhattan Youth Ballet and Manhattan Movement & Arts Center. But her interest in the arts doesn’t stop there. She is also the producer of an Off-Broadway show called “Freckleface Strawberry”. She has also produced a variety of concerts and benefits over the last 15 years including “Hope for Haiti” and “The Knickerbocker Suite”. Caiola received her education at NYU’s Tish School of the Arts and was mentored by Maestro Zsednyi, principle dancer of the Royal Hungarian Opera Ballet. Caiola says it’s her goal to provide both cultural and educational opportunities for the city at large through her artistic endeavors.
Where were you born ?
New York, New York
How long in New york:
Upper West Side
Artistic Director, Founder Manhattan Youth Ballet and Manhattan Movement and Arts Center; Producer and Co-Author of "Freckleface Strawberry: The Musical"
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Picnic on the beach in the Hamptons after Labor Day
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Bar at the Plaza Hotel
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Central Park, especially in the Fall
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Dance at Lincoln Center
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Metropolitan Museum of Art
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