HENNY JURRIËNS STUDIO
INTERNATIONAL TRAINING CENTER FOR DANCE PROFESSIONALS
There is an easing of the COVID restrictions from 5 June, though we still need to work with some restrictions. HJS needs to limit the amount of dancers in class to a maximum of 30, in our large (312 square meters and well-ventilated) studio. Our policy is the following:
Dancers may train at HJS if:
- They are active as a professional dancer or performer and must stay in shape in order to continue your profession
- They have performed recently in the context of a professional production or will be doing so or auditioning in the near future and thus must maintain their condition
If your situation is not one of these, we are sorry, but you may not attend classes at HJS.
Please read the House Rules carefully for routing and distancing rules before you come to the studio!! You need to register in advance. Do not come if you do not have a registration.
We have a registration system BLOSSOM, see “Open Classes” page.
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Everyone is obliged to abide by the House Rules.
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celebration in the studio with colleagues, dancers and daughter Allegra
HJS DIRECTOR GARY FEINGOLD WINS DANSERSFONDS’79 SPECIAL PRIZE
The prestigious Dansersfonds’79 prize has been awarded to HJS director Gary Feingold. The jury says: The Henny Jurriëns Studio has been a nationally and internationally renowned training center for professional dancers for 25 years, with a selection of prominent national and international teachers and Feingold is founder and director. Twenty-eight years ago this seemingly tireless and multi-talented person came to the Netherlands. He danced at Scapino Ballet Rotterdam and then engaged in a series of initiatives and projects that all aim to bring art and people together and contribute to the flowering of a diverse dance climate (…) For his valuable contributions to the status of Dutch dance art, the jury of the Dansersfonds ’79 have awarded him the Special Prize 2020. The official ceremony will take place during the Nederlands Balletgala at DeLaMar Theater in January 2021.