Katherine Chang- Originally from Canada, started her dance training at the age of 15 at The Scottsdale School of Ballet, AZ. She moved back to Canada and continued her training at the International School of Ballet, where she had the opportunity to perform soloist roles such as lead marzipan, columbine doll, snow soloist, and flower soloist in their production of “The Nutcracker”. In 2015, she was accepted into the The School of Alberta Ballet Summer Intensive, where she was then invited to attend their year round Professional Division training program. In 2016, she was accepted into Victoria Academy of Ballet Post-Secondary Bridge Program, a 2 year post graduate diploma program in Victoria, BC, Canada. During her 2 years there, she has had the chance to work with various guest teachers and choreographers (Jorden Morris- Artistic Director of Citie Ballet, Edmonton, Canada, John Alleyne- Former Artistic Director of Ballet BC, Christopher Anderson- Associate Artistic Director of Alberta Ballet) and got a chance to be a part of the ensemble piece in YAGP Seattle semi-finals, winning first place and outstanding school award. She has participated in many dance galas and festivals while training at VAB. In May 2018, she was chosen as 1 of 8 dancers to rehearse and perform alongside professional dancers of Ballet Kelowna in John Alleyne’s ballet “A streetcar named Desire.” As of May 20, 2018, she has graduated the 2 year bridge program alongside 5 of her fellow classmates.
British Columbia, Canada