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Marius J. Andahazy

Profile Updated: March 29, 2018
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Residing In
River Falls, WI USA
Spouse/Partner
Kristina G. Andahazy
Occupation
Artistic Director of Andahazy Ballet Company and Teacher at Convent of the Visitaton School
Children:
Ferenc, born 1983; Anna, born 1985; Chiara, born 1987; Maria, born 1990; Mátyás (+) born 1993 deceased; More…András (+), born 1995 deceased.
Yes! Attending Reunion
If you are retired, what was your prior occupation?

n/a

Grandchildren:

Magnus Gyula, born 2017

Comments

• Scholarships in NYC at School of American Ballet and American Ballet Theatre School
• Had opportunity to train on tour daily with both Moscow's Bolshoi Ballet and the Leningrad-Kirov Ballet
(now Mariinsky Ballet of St. Petersburg, Russia)
* Performed professionally with the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm
• Guest danced and Guest taught leading roles in USA and Europe
• Director and Principal Teacher for Andaházy School of Classical Ballet
• CEO and Artistic Director of Andaházy Ballet Company (non-profit)
• Married to world's greatest woman, in Assisi, Italy in May 1982 + 6 wonderful kids (!)
• Ballet Master in-Residence (aggregate Professorship) for University of WI––River Falls for 18 years
• Created Department of Ballet and teach daily for Convent of the Visitation School, now into my 34th
year of teaching there.

School Story

I was so busy training most of my life for my career, that I rarely participated in any sports, (but loved swimming and did some equestrian) as well; however, in gym class we had to play basketball and I didn't know the rules. My team cheered me because I didn't have much difficulty getting baskets –– but, when we switched sides of the court, I kept getting baskets –– Uh, but in the opposing team's hoop –– horribly embarrassing!

Do you have a seasonal / second address?

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Class List ID #

12

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Marius J. Andahazy has left an In Memory comment for Patrick B. Moffat.
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May 16, 2018 at 3:33 AM

Pat was a neighbor of ours in Edina… I remember him on the bus to School every morning.  I'm pretty shocked that he has passed away at such an early age.  My condolences to his entire family and all those who knew him!  If you've got any information about him and how he passed, I'd be interested to know.  Really nice guy –– and he and his brother, Jim, were avid skiers, I remember –– great sportsmen!



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