The COVID-19 pandemic has created some of the most significant challenges Ballet Chelsea may ever face. While confident that they will emerge from the crisis, a stronger, more resilient nonprofit organization, the organization has financial challenges that need to be addressed. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Ballet Chelsea relies on the community’s help to stay viable through this challenging period as they strive to maintain the excellence that their students and community have come to know and enjoy.
Ballet Chelsea’s second 6-week curriculum will run from October 26 – December 12. Ballet Chelsea is committed to the health and safety of our families and staff and want every parent and dancer to feel confident in their class choices this fall. For this reason, Ballet Chelsea is offering a variety of program options for … Read more
Zoe Phillips joined Ballet Chelsea’s Artistic Faculty in 2019. Originally from California, Zoe began her dance training at the Susan Hayward School of Dance under the direction of Susan Hayward and Sade Warner. While there, she completed her graded and vocational examinations through the Royal Academy of Dancing and in 2016 finished her Advanced 2 … Read more
Ballet Chelsea is honored to be one of five recipients to receive a CAFE Grants for the Arts, generously made possible by Chelsea Area Festivals and Events. “Though the selection process was difficult, the winning projects are reflections of CAFE’s mission. The Arts inspire, enrich and expand our lives. We need to support and encourage … Read more