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The Dance Program at Trinity Arts Center includes Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz, Modern, Hip-Hop, and Tap instruction for all ages and levels. Tanya Rathbun, a mother of nine, and a lifelong dancer, choreographer and master teacher, founded her own studio, Trinity Arts Center, and non-profit arts organization, Trinity Arts Foundation, after nearly twenty-five years of dance instruction and performance. Tanya’s professional dance career has included a diverse range of experiences including professional ballet and jazz companies, commercial productions, master classes, modeling, pageants, fitness programs, and educational and inspirational speaking on body image, eating disorders, and faith, all culminating in the formation of her own school and company in 2006. Beth Bader (teacher, dancer, singer, tennis player, and mother of 3) holds a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Elementary Education from Milligan College, and a Grade 2 Ballet Teacher's Certification through the Cecchetti Council of America, of which she is a member. Prior to arriving at Trinity Arts Center (in 2006), Beth taught at First Presbyterian Preschool. Beth and her husband Ryan are also very active at Grandview Christian Church, where Ryan is on staff as their minister of worship arts. Lindsay graduated from King College with BA in English and an MA in Christian Thought from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Lindsay began dancing at the age of five and began to focus solely on ballet at the age of ten. After she and her husband relocated to Johnson City, Amanda taught on and off while they began their family, having two sons -- Kamden and Layton. Forever changed by the journey that the Lord blessed their family with, Amanda and her husband felt led to work on nursing degrees. Karyn Garland is a graduate of Milligan College with a BS in Public Relations and Communications.
Jen Kintner studies Modern, Jazz, Aerial and African dance techniques as well as Vinyasa Yoga. Jen holds a Masters degree in Pharmacology, and works as a Laboratory Coordinator in the Microbiology Department at Quillen College of Medicine.
Gabrielle (who most of your daughters will know as "Miss Gabby"), is making the transition from dancing and performing at Trinity Arts Center, to teaching our Pre Ballet, Ballet Basics, and Teen Jazz classes. As she prepares for college, Gabby is extremely excited to be teaching at Trinity Arts Center and working with kids. Gabbrielle plans to attend East Tennessee University in the fall, majoring in Speech Pathology, so that she can continue working with children.
Chia-Hui (Kay) Yang, from Taichung, Taiwan, began learning dance at age eleven, attending professional dance school when she was fourteen. Kay will be teaching our Ballet 2, 4, and 5 classes, as well as, our Classical Variations class in the fall of 2010, until she returns to Taiwan in early 2011. Mary Anne danced throughout the Southeast, and has studied under world re-known dance teachers such as Constance Hardinge, Robert Joffery, David Howard, Robert Barnett, Gus Giordanno, Maria Veigh, and Christina Monroe, to name a few.
Cheryl Cutlip is the founding director of The Project Dance Foundation, an arts and education organization dedicated to performing with integrity to inspire.
Cheryl enjoyed performing with the Rockettes for 15 years where her duties included dance captain; assistant choreographer and spokesperson for nationally televised appearances including one-on-one interviews with Katie Couric, Diane Sawyer, and Larry King. Anne received her formal training in Chicago at studios including Northbrook Dance Center, Hubbard Street, Ruth Page, and The Conservatory of American Dance. Mixed in with all of these years of performing, Anne married Marc Wayne and together they raise 6 beautiful children, which has been the most rewarding role she has played in her career.
Kathryn has been dancing for over seventeen years, beginning with the Saint Louis Ballet School, where she trained and performed with the company for several years. Upon moving to Tennessee, Kathryn continued her training at Trinity Arts Center, Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts, and the Princeton Dance & Theatre Intensive.
Kathryn joins us, fresh off a tour of Europe, to teach a Classical Variations class, focusing on ballet variations from popular classical works such as Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, Paquita, and Coppelia -- a great addition to the repertoire at Trinity Arts Center.
Mary Klug, known to many of you for her lead role of the prodigal daughter in our 2013 production of "The Prodigal", is part of the first generation of Trinity students to make the transition from student to teacher. Her training also includes two summers in Kansas CIty at The Culture House and Storling Dance Theatre, participation in Project Dance Atlanta, and examination and certification in Cecchetti levels 1-4. Mary is an amazing young woman, a beautiful dancer, and an encouraging teacher who we are thrilled to include as part of our early childhood dance program -- a very exciting and welcome part of the legacy that God is beginning at Trinity Arts Center. Brielle Rathbun is the prtotypical triple-threat, excelling in dance, music, and theater with equal talent and passion. As a summer alumni of Boston Ballet, Walnut Hill School of the Arts, Big Muddy Dance Company, and Storling Dance Theatre; and a lifelong student of dance, music, and theatre at Trinity Arts Center, Brielle has had the opportunity to train with some of the best artists, educators, and choreographers in the country -- a fact easily noted through the diversity and excellence with which she approaches her own performance, teaching, and choreography. Brielle is proud to be one of the few urban dance teachers in our area, and is excited to contribute to the community through her urban dance company, SLAY. Brooke Rathbun, the eldest daughter of Jamin & Tanya Rathbun, has been involved at Trinity Arts Center since it's inception, training in ballet, jazz, modern, and contemporary dance for more than eleven years, and perfomring in more than thirty productions including her lead role as Mary in our 2011 production of God With us.
Brooke, a high school senior, joins Trinity Arts Center in three roles: teaching our Early Childhood dance classes, greeting and encouraging students in our lobby, and assisting parents (and her dad) at the front desk and on the phone. Since stepping away from dance due to a back injury, Brooke spends her free time doing yoga, studying, babysitting, walking, singing, cooking, and traveling.
Through college Katie learned that she loves understanding emotionally how different peoples needs and hurts need to be met.
Megan Tipton is from Knoxville, Tennessee where she has been dancing for nineteen years and teaching at the Academy of Dance Arts for the past two years. Megan is an aspiring Rockette and has studied at Radio City Music Hall for four summers at the Rockette Summer Intensive (RSI).
She is a newlywed as of July 19, 2014, which brought her to Johnson City with her husband, Philip Tipton. Our Ballet Program, although having its roots in several popular schools of instruction (Bourneville, Cecchetti, Vaganova, Royal Academy of Ballet), is based on an American style of ballet that combines the best of these classical forms with the beauty, passion, and fluid freedom of motion in modern American ballet.
Traditional ballet schools offer the highest level of training to only the elite few whose body type or natural ability fit within their predetermined "style" of dance.
As with any art form, the true beauty is in the expression of the unique perspective of the individual.
This focus allows each dancer to achieve the highest level of success, both personally and professionally.
Our early childhood ballet program is specifically designed for children ages 3-6 years old. The early childhood ballet program will form a strong foundation that will help children excel in the higher levels of ballet instruction, as well as, in their other life and educational development and activities. Materials: Pink tights with a black leotard (black skirt optional) and basic ballet shoes or socks.
Our full ballet program is designed for students age 7 to adult and includes a minimum of two class hours per week.
Each class consists of 60-90 minutes of barre, conditioning, center work, combinations, and across the floor movement, including pointe work for advanced students. The Jazz program at Trinity Arts Center is designed as a supplement to the classical ballet program. All of our jazz classes are taught to "clean" contemporary music and emphasize modesty in attire, behavior, and movement. As with ballet, the jazz program emphasizes healthy and creative individual expression through dance in a safe environment that supports a healthy and Biblical standard of modesty.
The Jazz Program is designed for students age 7 to adult and includes one class hour per week. Our hip-hop program is competitive with (and we think better than) any hip-hop program in our region, spanning five levels of instruction for all ages, without sacrificing our mission to honor God with our our bodies, movement, and attire in both the classroom and on stage. Our hip-hop classes are designed for ages 10 to adult and includes one class per week (usually complemented by core ballet and jazz classes). Materials: Baggy sweatpants, hip-hop shoes, t-shirts, hoodies, beanies, and any other swag that is appropriate. Tap, being introduced to our students at two levels (elementary and teen), adds an energetic and rhythmic component to our dance repertoire, emphasizing good rhythm and overall musicality, both of which play an important role in all forms of dance. Our tap classes are designed for ages 7 to adult and include one class per week (usually complemented by core ballet and jazz classes).
Materials: Fitted dance pants (any color), and fitted t-shirts with black tap shoes (and style). Modern Dance is a broad-reaching style of dance that uses grounding and catch-and-release movements (often tied to the floor and emphasized through breathing), to center oneself and one's movements. Our modern class is designed to introduce our younger teen dancers to a freedom of movement that they may not experience in early classical ballet training and teach them to be move comfortable loosening up and expressing themselves through dance.
The Music Program at Trinity Arts Center is designed to provide the highest quality instruction to students of any level.
As with all of our programs, we desire to build up and encourage the natural gifts and talents of each student, in order to find their own unique "place" in their family, church, community, and life. Every instructor at Trinity Arts Center is committed to teach and model a Godly example of the arts to each student, and to help them develop a love of music and understand its role in expressing ourselves to each other and to God. Jamin studied Secondary Vocal Music Education at Northwest Missouri State University before leaving to write and tour with Hot Pink Turtle, the band he formed in 1989, which was subsequently signed to REX Records in 1993, recording two albums for that label, and an additional two compilation and tribute albums through Word Distributing, their parent company.
In addition to his early career as a touring songwriter, performer, and worship leader, Jamin is also an experienced speaker, creative director, consultant and business strategist, having led departments and development teams for a variety of advertising, marketing, design, and development companies including: MasterCard International, GE, CitiGroup, Chase, Oracle, Hagar, Icon Medialab, and Home Depot.
Above all of that, though, Jamin is a husband, a father, a worshipper, a creative, a problem solver, and an encourager who loves to walk in the woods, listen to water run, and look up into the sky. Kris Carlson is talented multi-instrumentalist whose primary instruments are guitar and piano.
Kris has spent the majority of his life in upper east TN and holds a Bachelor's in Music Performance from ETSU.
Kris is also a worship leader and a songwriter with a passion for all styles of Christian music.
Patty Booher, a native of the Tri-Cities, lives in Johnson City, TN with her husband, Phil, and daughter, Jenna Marie.
Patty has played piano since third grade, adding the organ in her teens, when she began accompanying voice students at East Tennessee State University.
Miss Patty's theatre credits include the role of Poison Ivy in Beauty & The Beast and as Eleanor in Four Tickets To Christmas at the Paramount Theatre. Patty's goal is for her students to love music for life, gaining self-confidence and a sense of accomplishment along the way. Trisha and her husband Dave are recent transplants to the Tri-Cities, having moved here from Columbus, Ohio four years ago.
Trisha has played piano for 21 years with 15 years of classical training that includes collegiate level sight reading, ear training, music theory, group piano, individual piano, and music history.


She loves teaching, loves the stories that music can tell, loves sharing that with others, and loves the fact that worshipful music will also be with us in heaven -- carrying an eternal value.
Nathan is a multi-talented musician, instructor, songwriter, and worship leader who teaches both piano and guitar at Trinity Arts Center. Nathan leads worship on Saturdays with Edge Fellowship Church in Johnson City, and on an occassional Sunday with Redeemer Community Church, our roommates at the Arts Center. Kelly is trained in both classical and contemporary styles of voice, and performs often at her home church -- Boone's Creek Christian.
Rob recently returned to Johnson City after eight years of living in sunny Melbourne, Florida with his wife Lori (a professor at ETSU) and their furry, feline children -- Millie & Indiana. These days, you'll find Rob serving in ministry at a Morristown congregation and enjoying teaching voice to all ages here at Trinity Arts Center. Josh got his first drum set in the seventh grade, subsequently spending the next five years perfecting a single beat (to the chagrine of his neighbors).
For the past three years, Josh has studied under Rande Saunderbeck, in the percussion department at ETSU, focusing primarily on Latin and Funk drum techniques. Sarah began her musical education at the age of four with classical piano instruction using the Suzuki method.
Through middle and high school, Sarah auditioned and was accepted into the American Kodaly Educator’s National Honors Choir four times.
Barb and her family moved to East Tennessee in 2007 after many years of touring the world courtesy of the U.S. Barb began playing piano at the age of five, added the guitar as a teen, and later studied voice and violin as an adult. Neil Burcham started down the path of an artist and musician early on, playing saxophone, piano, and guitar for more than 20 years.
In addition to his music endeavors, Neil is a retail & internet marketing consultant, with several clients in the music industry. Zach continues his work as a freelance composer, leads worship at Highlands Fellowship Church, and performs his original music throughout the region. Steve Davis is a retired church music minister who has been training groups and individuals through classes and private lessons for forty-six years. In addition to teaching and directing, Steve also sings, acts, dances, plays piano, conducts, and believes strongly in the benefits of spiritual and physical health (nutrition, sleep, massage) working together to produce quality in every area of people's lives. Miriah is currently studying towards an Associate’s Diploma in Piano Pedagogy and a certification in Piano Performance and Music Theory through The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program.
Outside of teaching lessons at Trinity Arts Center, Justin works and teaches at Campbell's Morrell Music, performs as a member of the Johnson City Symphony Orchestra, and leads worship at The Well college ministry and at Cherokee United Methodist Church.
The art program at Trinity Arts Center is designed to instruct students in the correct technique and methods for each individual medium using a variety of subject matter and materials. At the same time, one of the unique strengths of our art instructors is their passion to strengthen the individual talents of and build self-confidence in each student. As with all of our programs, we strive to balance excellent instruction and individual attention with the goal of using our talents and gifts to the glory of God. Jill Rose comes to Trinity Arts Center via Elizabethtown, KY (her home town) and Transylvania University (her alma mater) with a degree in studio art. Jill lives in Johnson City, along with her husband, where she teaches art and works as a nanny. Jennifer Byrd is an ETSU grad with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, and a concentration in painting.
She has been teaching for six years through private lessons, Christian schools, and the Kingsport Cultural Arts Center. Jennifer has two daughters -- Arwen (7) and Zoe (5) -- who inspire her everyday to be creative! The Theater Program at Trinity Arts Center is designed to mature students, not only in their understanding of the art of theater, but also in their understanding of the role that expression, communication, and passion should play in their own life. Initially, this is facilitated using games, exercises, improvisation, and interaction between students to develop both a comfort level with expressing themselves and an understanding of how that expression may be received by the listener. Students, especially teens, can benefit a great deal from the non-verbal communication learned in Theater Class. Eventually, students will participate in the Theater Company as they learn, rehearse, and perform for audiences in the Tri-Cities and Eastern Tennessee areas including topical skits for use in churches and youth camps in the area.
Alaska is the founder and director of The Drifting Theatre and the Artistic Director of Jonesborough Repertory Theatre. Annemarie has broad experience performing and directing dramatic arts, holding a BFA in Musical Theater from Shorter College, and having served as Performing Arts Director at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly.
Her acting repertoire includes principal roles in The Sound of Music (Maria), Once Upon a Mattress (Winifred), Fiddler on the Roof, Quilters, The Crucible, Man of LaMancha, Under Milkwood, The Good Doctor, Cotton Patch Gospel and Godspell, among others.
The Literature & Language Program at Trinity Arts Center encourages students to experience the passion and history contained in literature and to learn how to communicate their own perspective, or perhaps tell their own story, through the use of spoken and written language. Literature and Language, like other art forms, provide the participants with an opportunity to experience life through the emotional, symbolic, moral, intellectual, or social "lens" of the culture, author, or artist being represented.
It is an opportunity to communicate, and keep a record of the collective work, learning, and experience of man through the use of language. MJ Light is a nationally certified interpreter by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). MJ has felt a call into Deaf ministry for many years and feels abundantly blessed to serve as an interpreter both in her profession and in several local congregations.
Classroom instruction will focus on learning the basics of the American Sign Language as students progressively build vocabulary. Classroom instruction will focus on learning intermediate concepts of the American Sign Language as students progressively build vocabulary with an emphasis on being able to "read" sign in the classroom, on video, and in other settings.
Classroom instruction will focus on fluency in ASL, advanced vocabulary, and interaction with deaf members of our community and service projects. Salt lake city hotels, restaurants, events and things to do, Theatre, dance, music, visual arts, museums, sports and more, salt lake is a busy place.. Things to do in salt lake city, Salt lake city offers plenty of fun activities for you and your family including arts, events, points of interest, shopping, museums, and other activites. In addition, we provide opportunities for our students, and the community at large, to particpate in professional dance intensives and workshops led by instructors from all over the country and world. Her resume includes training with some of the most respected dance programs (Chicago City Ballet, Joffrey New York, Finnish National Ballet) and instructors (Maria Tallchief, Allegra Kent, Melissa Hayden, Homer Bryant, Joel Hall) in the US and abroad.
Since that time, the studio has grown to more than seven-hundred students and thirty-five instructors, creating and choreographing original, contemporary dance productions, classical ballets (The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Peter and The Wolf, Le Corsaire), and broadway-style musical theatre productions (Annie, The Sound of Music, Fiddler on the Roof, The Music Man) in our first eight years. She has participated as a student member, then as a teacher participant, for the Louisiana Committee of the Cecchetti Council of America, studying under many masters of Classical Ballet. She recently helped lead pre-school ballet at Grandview Christian Church as a part of their children’s ministry.
She performed professionally with Movita Dance Company in Kingston, NY, and Motion Collective Improvisational dance group in Bar Harbor, ME. Over the last three years, Miss Gabby has performed in every major production at Trinity Arts Center and has helped with our Artists In Armor and Princess Ballerina summer camps for the last three summers. She has been connected to dance, and to the arts in a Christian context, since she was a small child, participating in summer camps, vacation Bible school, mission trips, and a local home school coop, where she taught dance to her fellow students. She looks forward to helping establish a solid foundation for an ongoing love of the art of dance, in a fun environment where we give God all the glory for our body, mind, and spirit. After graduating, she studied a variety of dance techniques at the National Taiwan Sport University, including Ballet, Modern, Yoga, Bballroom, Jazz, Improvisation, Dance Choreography, and Chinese Folk Dance. Sowers has been teaching, choreographing, and directing dance for children and adults for the past 33 years.
As dancer, choreographer, actor, singer, director, educator, and speaker, this seasoned professional has traveled coast to coast performing for audiences of over 71,000 people.
Affirming their purpose and transforming that confidence, into their performance of art and life. Project Dance was formed as an outcry following the events of 911 and today Cheryl, along with more than 300 volunteers produce events across the globe in cities like London, Penang, Sydney, Hong Kong, Washington DC, Atlanta and New York City. After working on a cruise ship, living in Japan while dancing at Tokyo's Disneyland, and performing in the European tour of 42nd Street, Cheryl moved to New York where she became a Radio City Rockette. She was the co-choreographer for Kick Into Fitness (the official Rockette Workout Video); and choreographer for Christmas Across America promotional tours, The Yankee Penant Parade and NBC’s Rockefeller Christmas Tree Lighting special. Prior to officially joining Storling Dance Theater in 2002, Anne danced with Chi-Town Jazz Dance in Chicago, danced the principal role of the "Princess" in Lynda Martha's touring production "The Young Hunter", and performed with the Chicago Orchestra in Sondheim's "Into The Woods". While in high school, she attended a year round classical ballet program at the Virginia School of the Arts and has continued to study ballet and modern in college.
She has studied under Tanya since the conception of Trinity Arts Center, and has performed in every dance performance that we have produced,including our musical theatre productions of The Music Man, Fiddler on the Roof, and Annie Junior. Mary is currently pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education, which she will put to good use as she works with our Pre-Ballet and Ballet Basics classes. In addition to her own pursuits, as a professional dancer, choreographer, acter, and singer; Brielle has a great passion for inspiring her students to train with a professional mindset and push the bounderies of their own creativity and ability.
Brielle believes that Jesus is doing great things in Johnson City and that dance is one of the building blocks He is using to spread the Good News of the Gospel. Her natural gifts -- service, encouragement, and hard work -- serve us (her parents), her students, and everyone at Trinity Arts Center very well.
She has a BS in Human Services (Social work, Counseling, and Health Services) and a double minor in Dance & in Human Development and Learning. This caused her to explore how dance can help heal and really effect the way people are feeling.
In 2011, she was asked to be a teaching assistant at the RSI and in 2012, she was selected for the Rockette Summer Invitational Program. The result is a versatile style of ballet that offers a high level of training to students with a variety of body types, professional aspirations, and natural skill levels.
In contrast, our program focuses on the potential of the individual dancer, allowing any participant, at any level, to rise to excellence in the art of ballet. Although the basic class structure for both levels is essentially the same, the content for each class includes appropriate developmental skills for that specific age group.
Boys and girls will be expected to take turns, follow and lead others, wait patiently, work well with fellow students, and have a joyful attitude. Students progress through a program designed to develop strong ballet technique, discipline, and personal character.


Class instruction consists of warm-ups, across the floor movement, combinations, and traditional patterns of sharp, smooth, free, and controlled movement. Each class consists of 45-60 minutes of group instruction designed to engage the students in the enjoyment of dance, while benefitting from the discipline, muscle control, and physical health of the activity. Each class consists of 45-60 minutes of group instruction with a high level of physicial activity. Each class consists of 45-60 minutes of group instruction, learning a variety of standard tap steps and fun, energetic choreography.
Most modern styles include a strong rhythmic, theatrical, and artistic component, that require a strong classical ballet background, while intentionally rejecting "classical" rules of dance, favoring freedom of movement and expression instead.
Our current class is designed for our level five and six students, and meets once per week (complemented by our core ballet and jazz classes). He's been teaching at Trinity Arts Center since 2007, as one of the first instructors hired at Trinity Arts Center. In addition to his work at Trinity Arts Center, Kris works on staff part-time as the Worship Associate at First Christian Church of Johnson City.
They are members of Avoca Christian Church in Bristol, TN, where Patty serves as an accompanist and the leader of their drama team. She's also accompanied full orchestras and theatre productions such as The Sound of Music at the Eastman Employee Center and Virginia Intermont College. They currently live in Colonial Heights, where they homeschool their two children, Cora and Thomas, and are very active in the children's program at their church. She has teaching experience with all ages of children, including educational programs on a Navajo reservation and with special needs students in the 5th and 6th grade.
Her love of music began as early as age eight, when she began competing in (and winning) area singing competitions.
When she's not teaching students, or shuttling her three kids around town, Kelly works as a group fitness instructor with Lifestyles fitness center in Johnson City. Ultimately investing himself in leading worship, mentoring young musicians, and writing his own original music. At age nine, she was accepted into the MECCA East Tennessee Children’s Choir, where she participated until age fouteen, when she was chosen to form a classical acapella ensemble with a select group of students.
She continued to study voice and piano until age sixteen, when she began teaching her own piano students in her home studio. He continued that path as a fine arts major (with a music minor) at ETSU, where he established relationships with several local musicians, collaborating and performing in the area as a professional musician and volunteer including his own jazz combo -- Jazz 251 -- who performs locally for private parties, coorporate events, and galas. He is also a talented and accomplished artist whose work can be seen in our lobby, and in the homes of local patrons.
In his instruction, Zach specializes in voice, guitar, piano, and percussion, teaching a variety of styles including jazz, classical, country, pop, and rock. He has produced many live shows including: The Bristol Passion Play, Four Tickets To Christmas, Annie, The Sound Of Music, Fiddler on The Roof, and The Music Man (the last four with Trinity Arts Center).
While he was there, he had the opportunity to play in several musical groups, specializing in jazz, classical, rock and even hip hop, as well as everything in between. He also is involved in the various shenanigans at Grace Fellowship Church with his wife, Lindsey. In addition to teaching piano at Trinity Arts Center since 2013, Miriah has taught since her mid-teens in her home studio, and holds the position of pianist and accompanies at her home church, Bible Baptist.
He also works with local high schools as a percussion instructor and performs original and cover music throughout the region in a variety of styles. Her emphasis on drawing with a variety of mediums and techniques has been a great addition to the Arts Center, as well as her creative ideas on elementary art education -- a series of theme-based projects that provide a fun context to teach strong fundamental art techniques. She's been a great fit at the Art Center -- embodying everything you could want in an art teacher.
She is passionate about arts education, believing that art is a learned skill that helps to express the creativity that inside us all. Jennifer is in the process of moving back to Johnson City, her hometown, after living in Kingsport for the past nine years.
She's very excited to be a part of Trinity Arts Center, working in the fine arts with a Christian foundation! It is a great way to build self-confidence and understand the important role that body position, voice inflection, and eye contact play in both private conversation and public speaking.
They are active members of Central Baptist Church in Johnson City, Tennessee, where Annemarie serves as a preschool worship leader. Written and spoken letters, symbols, and words enable us to tell the story of individual men, communities, cultures, and of mankind.
She also loves music, enjoys singing with Grandview’s worship ministry, and is no stranger to the stage -- begin involved in her high school and college theatre programs. After completing five years of study, Kay joined the National Taiwan University of Arts in the capital of Taiwan, Taipei where she majored in Modern Dance, falling in love with the Jose Limon technique.
Other career credits include the Broadway National Tour of Crazy For You and the Broadway benefit to the stars version of Mack & Mable starring Jerry Herman and Donna McKechnie. She is currently pursuing a career in physical therapy, specifically directed towards dancers.
Molly has been recipient of ballet scholarships in San Francisco and New York under Yehuda Maor and Igal Perry, respectively. If you or your students have had the pleasure of interacting with her, you know this to be true.
If you have a good way to visit Antartica on mission trip (perhaps to a scientific research group or penguins), I'm sure she'd be interested. She studied classical ballet for twelve years with numerous schools, but most of her training took place at Central Ballet School and Theater under the instruction of Lori Ann Sparks.
Causing them to find purpose in the creation praising their creator with the gift they were given. In others, as with several of Tanya's students, that means going on to respected ballet programs around the country, achieving the highest levels of commercial success.
They will be trained in basic French terminology, balance and weight transfer, sequential movement, spatial relationships, and a variety of creative, expression, and energy exercises. Students learn a variety of standard hip-hop movement and high-energy choreography set to an always current music playlist. He is also one of the busiest instructors at the Arts Center, teaching pretty much any time we are open. In his spare time Kris plays in what might be called an "Americana" band called Doc Bonhomie.
In 2002, she began a recording career in Tokyo, recording for television shows and Japanese Pop artists.
Leona is also a guest performer for the American Bluegrass Masters Tour which includes such Bluegrass greats as Bobby Osborne, JD Crowe, Allison Brown, and the Lonesome River Band. He has worked with Audio Video Integration as a live sound engineer, supporting several mainstream groups (Goo Goo Dolls, All American Rejects, Skillet) at live concerts in the area.
Nathan does a great job at the Arts Center, clearly enjoying the opportunity to develop the talents of young students. From there, she participated in a variety of musical theatre productions (West Side Story, The Wiz, Cats, A Christmas Carol) ultimately deciding to study theatre, minor in vocal music education, and major in speech pathology at the University of Georgia. After graduation, Sarah joined Big Band Theory, a local jazz and swing band, as thei lead singer. Neil continues to further his education, studying with renowned Philadelphia-based jazz guitarist -- Jimmy Bruno. Neil teaches drawing and painting workshops frequently, sharing his love of art with teen and adult students as part of our regular art workshop schedule. At university, he was a member of the ETSU chorale, 10 Bucsworth and Greyscale vocal ensembles, and studied composition and piano with Dr. In lessons, Eric has a particular interest in improvisation and helping students learn how to speak through the guitar over a variety of different genres. She began teaching private piano lessons at the age of 20, and has continued teaching ever since. During his college years, Justin performed with the Jazz Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, Buc Brass Pep Band, and many other ensembles, including his performance at Carnegie Hall with the ETSU Wind Ensemble. She also works as the Office Administrator at her church, The Oaks Fellowship, and plays keyboard on their worship team.
Annemarie currently manages media and events for Art to Heart Ministries, an organization that helps people encounter God through the world's great art. Cheryl also danced with the jazz company, Walkerdance under the direction of Chet Walker where she performed in a benefit concert for lyricist and composer, Stephen Schwartz.
When Molly moved to the area in 2005, she was thrilled to join Mountain Movers, and has since become increasingly interested in modern movement.
In college Katie had the opportunity to study Modern dance under the instruction of Jen Kintner, Cara Harker, Dana Bella, and many others.
Katie hopes to use the gifts that God has given her to create a safe emotional environment where people see purpose, substance, love, and the face of Jesus. Nathan has also worked with East Coast Mobile Recording, capturing studio recordings of his own original material, as well as, nationally known artists such as the Motown legend, Percy Sledge. Cheryl is also the co-producer of the hit show Broadway Underground, an urban variety show starring Jared Grimes. Molly has been involved at ETSU and at Trinity Arts Center, as a performer, instructor, and choreographer.
She danced with Mountain Movers Dance Company for two years and was very involved in the dance program at ETSU. She studied at the Mark O'Conner fiddle camps in Nashville and San Diego over the past few years and has been able to learn styles and techniques from fiddlers such as Bobby Hicks, Vasser Clemens, Kenny Baker, and Tater Tate. She uses a variety of musical education styles including classical, traditional, jazz, pop, modern, and contemporary Christian. He also was the pianist in the ETSU jazz ensemble and played guitar in the classical guitar ensemble.



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