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ANN STERLING DALE

Ann Sterling Dale is from Statesville, NC and graduated from Elon University with a B.F.A. in Dance Performance and Choreography. She attended The Ailey School in 2010 and was part of the Jennifer Muller The Works Scholarship Program. Ann Sterling has performed professionally in North Carolina with the Winston-Salem Festival Ballet, and in New York City with The Next Stage Project and BalaSole Dance Company. She has also presented and performed her work A Battle Waged in the 2012 Young Choreographer’s Festival. Ann Sterling has performed as a company member with Ad Deum Dance Company in Houston, Texas from 2012-2015.  While in Houston, she taught for Houston Academy of Dance, West University Dance Center, METdance, and the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center. Ann Sterling has choreographed HFCC Performing Arts Company’s summer productions of Annie, Fiddler on the Roof, and Beauty and the Beast in Oscoda, Michigan. Ann Sterling studied further at The Ailey School in the Professional Division Scholarship Program and performed in Matthew Rushing’s work for The Ailey School’s 2015 Winter Concert as well as his work for the Hudson Yards Alvin Ailey Project in September of 2016. Ann Sterling was also invited to be a member of the Tabernacle Dance Company and performed at the 2016 Feast of Tabernacles in Jerusalem last October. She has performed and taught for Project Dance in New York City, Costa Rica, Oklahoma City, Orlando, and Houston. She has taught as Faculty for the Ballet Hispánico Tap Program, The School at Steps, and City Moves Dance Studio in New York City. Ann Sterling also has her Pilates Mat 1 Certification. She has taught and choreographed for Ingredients Dance Company for the past three years and has performed at Elevate Life with Dance Revolution. She is currently dancing with Zion Dance Project in Dallas and has been a guest artist with Bruce Wood Dance in June 2019. She is honored and thrilled to be on Faculty for the Epicenter for the Arts in Southlake, TX.