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Words From Ms. Kathy
Hello All and Welcome Back!!
I can not begin to tell all of you how excited I am that fall classes have started again! I would like to tell you all that I feel truly honored for your relationship with Chamberlain School of Ballet and Chamberlain Performing Arts. From students with 10+ years training to those just beginning their dance education journey, thank you for allowing CSB to be in your children’s lives. I have strived to build our reputation, since 1977 (and no… I won’t tell you that math), on ensuring you that your student is important to me all of the faculty and staff.
Our growth is built on your word of mouth and help. Please remember that we do give a $100 referral bonus to your account with every student referred.
We have added a few new additions to both our faculty AND our course catalog. Auditions, open to all children in the community first grade and older, for Chamberlain Performing Arts upcoming production of The Nutcracker, will be held on September 8th. We hope to be able to cast all who audition, and we look forward to seeing your child on September 8th!
I would also like to take a minute to brag about the cutest baby around.
This summer saw the birth of my first grand baby, Leo.
He’d had a long day, but he certainly has the roaring part down.
Auditions for The Nutcracker
It is time for The Nutcracker!
Chamberlain Performing Arts is holding open auditions for children 1st grade and up! Our Nutcracker performance is always a wonderful time for all involved. From our little angels and party boys to guest artists, New York City Ballet Principal Dancers Tiler Peck and Tyler Angle, everyone seems to have a smile on their face after a wonderful week at the Eisemann Center in Richardson.
For more information on everything from the audition process to the Thanksgiving weekend performances, please click below to visit Chamberlain Performing Arts’ auditions page!
Another Heads to Manhattan
Congratulations to Max
2018 alum, Max Capper, has officially headed to New York City!
Max will join fellow CSB alumna, and 2018 CSB summer instructor, Sarah Grace Houston at the prestigious Fordham University/Alvin Ailey dance program. We are very proud of Max’s hard work and wish him the best in his furthered education.
Photos by Brian Guilliaux: Former Chamberlain School of Ballet and Chamberlain Ballet student, company member, and instructor.
We can’t wait to see Max’s continued growth as a dancer and individual in New York City!
Chamberlain Performing Arts recently held auditions for the performing company! We are very excited for our dancers to show off their talents. Individual placements are still being considered. If your dancer has interest in auditioning, please contact Chamberlain Performing Arts by clicking below!
Chamberlain Performing Arts is excited
to return to Dallas Dances on Labor Day Weekend!
Chamberlain School of Ballet and Chamberlain Performing Arts dancers will perform September 1 at Moody Performance Hall. However, we recommend attending both days as there are many excellent dances to see.
Fall Classes Have Started!
This year, we hope to bring you a more behind the scenes look at our school and organization. Part of the ways in which we hope to show you more of who we are is through photos and videos of our students and the joy dancing brings them.
Here are a few photos of some of our younger students’ first days for the fall semester!
We are always enrolling, and new students get free registration when they mention our newsletter!
Mark Your Calendars
We are excited for the next few months! In September CSB will have Tracy Jordan (Musical Theater Dance) and Joshua Peugh (Dark Circles Contemporary Dance) come out and guest teach the level A students! Dark Circles Contemporary Dance was a guest company at Chamberlain Performing Arts’ 2017 Dances at a Gathering
Below are a few photos from their performance at that production!
CPA members perform Laniakea, choreography by Albert Drake. Dallas Dances Festival.
Auditions for The Nutcracker (children’s roles)
Plano Balloon Festival, CPA performs on the main stage 12:00-1:00