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Stephanie Chun received much of her early training from Moscelyne Larkin at the Tulsa School of Ballet, Margaret Gray (formerly of San Francisco Ballet and Pacific Northwest Ballet), Interlochen and Boston Ballet. She went on to earn a BA in Government from Dartmouth College and an MFA in Dance from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Stephanie danced professionally with multiple contemporary ballet and modern companies in New York, and her dancing in Remy Charlip’s “Twelve Contra Dances” was declared radiant by the New York Times. On tour, Stephanie led master classes and workshops at schools and universities across the country, and she has had the honor of helping Mr. Chen set his work on students at New York’s LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts. She has also appeared on The Kennedy Center’s “Arts Across America”.
Stephanie is an ABT® Certified Teacher in Pre-Primary through Level 5. She’s been on faculty at Chen Dance Center since 2014, and she is currently an Adjunct Professor at NYU Steinhardt teaching ballet to non-dance majors and also teaches in the Adult Division at Ballet Academy East. When she is not teaching, Stephanie is a class pianist at American Ballet Theatre, Ballet Tech and Juilliard.
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Received foundational training at Alabama Ballet School and Orlando Ballet Summer Intensive, then a BFA from SUNY Purchase.Find Out More
Received her B.A. from the University of Buffalo, a Masters in Dance Education from NYU, and is certified in Dance K-12.Find Out More
Received her B.F.A from SUNY Purchase. She has danced principal roles in ballet such as The Nutcracker and Swan Lake.Find Out More
Received rigorous training from the Boston Ballet and a BFA from SUNY Purchase.Find Out More