Felicia Isotti, originally from Melrose Massachusetts, received her initial classical ballet training at Northeast School of Ballet (NSB). There she was able to participate in numerous local classical and neo classical productions. She also had the opportunity to travel abroad and perform as a part of the conservatory within NSB’s school. Her dance training did not stop at her home studio, Felicia attended many summer intensives including American Ballet Theatre, Pennsylvania Ballet, The Joffrey Ballet, Colorado Conservatory of Dance, and UNCSA.
She then went on to receive a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ballet Pedagogy and Dance Performance from The Hartt School at the University of Hartford. Felicia graduated magna cum laude in May of 2021. Throughout her four years there she was able to foster her love for performing, choreographing, and teaching. She rehearsed and performed original faculty pieces in addition to master works by Martha Graham, Jose Limon, Merce Cunningham, George Balanchine, Marius Petipas, and Lar Lubovitch.
As part of her pedagogy studies, Felicia had the opportunity to intern with the University of Hartford’s Magnet School, Spectrum in Motion, and the Hartt School Community Division. Under the mentorship of Amy Manfredi, Olivia Davis, and Rene Olivier, Felicia furthered her knowledge of creating a successful learning environment. Currently, Felicia is dancing professionally with Ballet Hartford.