Stacey Weber

Stacey Weber

Lyrical/Contemporary/Street Jazz
       
  • 1997-2000- Danette's Dance Inc. Campbell River, BC -Teacher Assistant
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  • 2000-2006 -Danette's Dance Inc. Campbell River, BC -Dance Teacher
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  • 2006-2010 Urban Dance Connection Campbell River, BC -Dance Teacher/Choreographer
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  • 2007-2009 -Brian Kruse School of DanceCourtenay, BC -Dance Teacher
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  • 20012-2019-Kimberley/Kootenay Dance Academy-Dance teacher/Choreographer

Stacey Weber is an accomplished Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Lyrical and Musical Theatre Dancer. She was born and raised in Campbell River on Vancouver Island and here is were her passion for dance bloomed. Stacey started dancing at the age of 3 and continued to take classes in Ballet, Pointe, Lyrical, Tap, Jazz, Musical Theatre and Hip-Hop. tacey has competed and won numerous awards in competitions and shows. After graduation Stacey started teaching at her local studio and has been teaching ever since. Stacey's fun and energetic personality make it fun for people of all ages to enjoy the art of dance.

As both an assistant and instructor for several years Stacey’s numerous responsibilities included:

       
  • Providing individual and group dance instruction to students in Jazz, Tap, Hip-Hop and Lyrical Jazz ages 5yrs to adult.
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  • Choreographing for numerous competitions and recitals.
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  • Cutting and editing all music.
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  • Designing and creating numerous costumes.
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  • Chaperoning students to numerous conventions and competitions off the Island.
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  • Coordinating dance activities with other staff members.

As well as all her teaching responsibilities, Stacey also has numerous years of experience in Dance Retail management. Stacey was responsible for the sale of all dance shoes and clothing, ordering of stock and dealing with wholesalers, merchandising and store displays as well as numerous office skills such as working with debit, till, fax, copier and computer issues.

Kootenay Dance Academy is thrilled to have Stacey back as a member of our 2019-2020 faculty.