Chester Valley Dance Academy’s Annual Recital

Where Hard Work and Dedication Shine on Stage

Each year, Chester Valley Dance Academy showcases the hard work and passion of its students through a much-anticipated annual recital. This year’s event was nothing short of magical, as the opening number brought the beloved tale of "Beauty and the Beast" to life with incredible costumes, elaborate sets, and spectacular choreography that left the audience spellbound.

The annual recital is more than just a showcase of talent; it’s a celebration of the Chester Valley Dance Academy community. It brings together students, families, and instructors in a shared appreciation for the art of dance. The excitement and pride were evident in the faces of the dancers and the cheers from the audience. It’s events like these that strengthen the bonds within the community and inspire future generations of dancers.

As the curtain falls on this year’s recital, the academy looks forward to continuing its tradition of excellence and inspiring a love for dance in its students for years to come.

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A Letter from the Director

Dear CVDA Families,

I am thrilled to congratulate all the families of Chester Valley Dance Academy. It fills me with pride to see the incredible growth and achievements of our dancers on stage this year. I deeply appreciate the parents and alumni who volunteered behind the scenes during performance weekend. Your collective spirit makes our events magical.

I am especially proud of those who participated in the Opening Number of "Beauty and the Beast." Special thanks to Kenzie Reid for her choreography and to Stephanie Farrelly for her costume design. To the students who dedicated their time to rehearsals, your commitment resulted in an entertaining production. My heartfelt thanks also go to the stage crew and everyone who worked tirelessly behind the scenes.

Recital weekend is a cherished highlight, showcasing the exceptional talent of our dancers. I am immensely grateful for our outstanding faculty, whose dedication fosters the growth and achievements of our students.

Finally, I deeply appreciate all our CVDA families for their support and commitment. Through our collective efforts, we create memorable experiences and empower our dancers to reach new heights. Thank you for being a part of the CVDA family.

With warm regards,

Cathy Moran
Director, Chester Valley Dance Academy