Babylon Town Supervisor Rich Schaffer and Deputy Supervisor Tony Martinez recently commended Dahlie Xochil Claros-Sanchez, Danielle Michelle Reynolds and Brendelyn Lore on their recent graduation from Sala Classical Ballet & Performing Arts Studio in Lindenhurst. By graduating, these students displayed a mastery of the “Vaganova technique,” which relies on strict training regiments based on total body control. Classes are taught by the studio’s Vice President and Creative Director Adriana P. Sala-Mascari, who also creates and choreographs original works for the students. The graduation of the three students marked the completion of their transition from students to professional performers.
Pictured from left to right are Supervisor Schaffer; Adriana P. Sala-Mascari; Brendelyn Lora; Dahlia Xochil Claros-Sanchez; Danielle Michelle Reynolds; and Deputy Supervisor Martinez.