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Dance is a language of physicality, movement, expression. And its eloquence is seldom rivaled.

Lindy Mandradjieff created the Dance Conservatory of Charleston to share its vocabulary. An artist formerly with the San Francisco Ballet and New York City Ballet, she is an exceptionally lithe and youthful “retiree” devoted to preparing her pupils for life, not just dance.

After training at the School of American Ballet in New York, the Pittsburgh native joined the San Francisco Ballet at the tender age of 17, not much older than some of her current students. The mother of three boys, she has returned to the studio following a stint in public relations and event planning. Like many, she had to step away from dance for a time to rediscover how important it was to her.

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