Hello and welcome to my web site. We are located in Klamath Falls, Oregon. It's in the South Central part of the state about 20 miles north of California.
The Eugene Ballet Company performed the Nutcracker this year (2013) at the Ross Ragland and I've posted a page showing the participants.
Up Coming Events
Klamath Life 2012
There was an article in the local Heard and News about what's happening in the Klamath Falls area. On page 17 there is a story talking about the local dance schools. I'm posting a link to the Klamath Life editorial if you would like to read about what the Heard and News reported.
Rachel has set up a question and answer list for student to help learn some of the terminology of the Cecchitti Ballet classes Click Here to view the list (note you will be leaving this site to view list).
There has been inquiries about adding Comment (here is a link to Facebook). Rachel has decided to add a new page onto the site for Testimonial letters. If you would like to send in your Testimonial Letters about your experiences with the school you can Click Here to send an email to Rachel. After Rachel recieves the letters and comments she will forward them to the webmaster to post them on the new page for the site. Please include your name and what your contact with the school is (student, parent, friend).
The DVD's for the 2015 Recital "iDance" are at Studio.
Prices per copy is $25.
Here is a group shot of iDance Recital.
We hope to develop body skills through dance along with self esteem and happiness. Our hopes are that the students are individuals and are equally talented each in his or her own way. It is not our intention to produce Broadway Stars. It is our intention to guide our students through dance by knowledgeable, capable and loving teachers. We will give "all that we have and all that we know" to our students hoping that we can share in their development as dancers and equally share in their development as fine young people. We encourage our students to share, to create, and enjoy who they are. Our proudest moments are watching them grow year after year and knowing that we are part of their lives.