Johane Casabene has been the artistic director of the Johane Casabene Dance Conservatoire for 28 years. She is a Fellow and Tutor of the I.S.T.D. She is also a member of the Association Francaise des Maitres de Danse Classique and the BTDA. She has directed, produced, and performed in numerous dance shows in local theatres and TV stations, as well as competitions and festivals held locally and overseas. Her works include amongst others Premiere Fois, Summer Reverie, Paris Danse, “007” The Bond Show, Carmencita, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, and full-scale ballet productions such as Cinderella, La Sylphide and La Bayadere, Pinocchio, and Wizard of Oz. She choreographed and collaborated with the National Orchestra and PBS for the filming and airing of Romeo and Juliet, Who Cares and Dance of the Hours which were created and presented during the annual New Year’s performance under the Patronage of HE the President of Malta. Johane has also been invited as a guest teacher and jury in international events. Coming from a Classical Ballet training background, she endeavours to raise the standards of this technique and integrates its principles in her choreographic style which reflects beauty of line, quality of movements, and intrinsic footwork. Her choreographies encompass these qualities with a sense of harmony, fluidity, and effortlessness.