Ballet Chelsea’s 2020/21 Fall Programming

Over the last six-months Ballet Chelsea has been working diligently to create a fall / winter instructional curriculum that maintains our commitment to high caliber dance instruction while also remaining flexible to ever changing circumstances due to COVID-19. Instead of our typical Fall Semester, Ballet Chelsea will be running two six-week programs from September – … Read more

2020/21 Reopening Plan

Ballet Chelsea is working diligently to create a comprehensive reopening plan for our school and company. More information will be available shortly. Please email info@balletchelsea.org with any questions or concerns. Ballet Chelsea exists to bring movement and music to as many people as possible. Our strength lies in the passion we bring to our work … Read more

Saying Goodbye to Four Ballet Chelsea Artistic Faculty

As Ballet Chelsea looks ahead to our fall semester, we are also saying goodbye to four teachers: Betsy Baron, Sarah Eckart, Ellen Kent, and Carrie Schotte. Teachers are an integral part of Ballet Chelsea. The energy and kind heartedness of Betsy, Sarah, Ellen, and Carrie exemplifies Ballet Chelsea. Even though they will be leaving their … Read more

Ballet Chelsea Announces Winter Classes

Ballet Chelsea announces new classes in addition to its current roster of ballet, hip-hop and jazz classes for all ages at its studio in Chelsea, Michigan. Classes start the week of Jan. 6, and students can register for classes through Jan. 11, 2020.  The new classes and their intended audiences include: Silver Jazz, Monday, 6:15-7pm:  A … Read more

Ballet Chelsea visits Ganton Retirement Community and Towsley Village Memory Care Center

Ballet Chelsea was thrilled to share selections from our annual production of The Nutcracker with the Jackson’s Ganton Retirement Community and the Towsley Village Memory Care Center in Chelsea, MI. Opportunities like this are truly magical for both dancer and residence as we strive to foster a deeper connection to our communities, making the gift … Read more

Ballet Chelsea welcomes new staff, Sharon Pedersen and Jillian Clements

Ballet Chelsea is pleased to announce the addition of two people to the administrative staff of our nonprofit ballet school and company. Sharon Pedersen is Ballet Chelsea’s Director of Business Management, assuming this function from Pat Kelly, who is retiring after many years with Ballet Chelsea. Sharon has several years of nonprofit organizational management experience. … Read more