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Charles Phipps

Instructor and Studio Manager

Nicklaus Dance Centers

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

Palm Springs Ballet Co


Manager

Palm Springs Ballet Co


Lead Dancer

Lucas Hoving Dance Company


Dancer

Richard Englund's company


Florida State University


Web References(3 Total References)


Leadership

www.palmspringsballet.com [cached]

Chuck Phipps, Manager Charles Phipps, ManagerMr. Phipps began his ballet training at Florida State University and won a scholarship to the American Ballet Theatre School in New York.As a student, he appeared with ABT in Swan Lake and Coppelia, and then was a dancer in Richard Englund's company (which later became known as ABT 2).After studying under Merce Cunningham and winning a scholarship to the Martha Graham School, he switched to modern dance and performed with several companies, including Louis Falco and Pearl Lang.He was the lead dancer with the Lucas Hoving Dance Company for several years.He then became an instructor and studio manager at Nicklaus Dance Centers in New York, working in close association with the great ballet teacher, Finis Jhung.Later, he managed art galleries, owned a restaurant, got a degree in information systems, and eventually returned to dancing with the Palm Springs Ballet Company.


thedesertsun.com | Professionals, amateurs compete in choreography festival

www.thedesertsun.com [cached]

"It is the most important choreography event of the year in the desert … it's a chance to perform in front of a large audience on a professional stage and it's going to be a full house," said Charles Phipps, a Palm Springs resident and the first local choreographer to compete in the professional division.His two-person dance company will share the stage with professional companies from New York, San Diego and Los Angeles.Phipps, former executive director of the Palm Springs Ballet and a professional ballet and modern dancer, will present adance piece inspired by Greek mythology called "Pan & Syrinx.""It's a combination of classic ballet and modern dance," he said.The choreographer formed the Charles Phipps Dance Co. specifically to enter the festival."There's very few of these (festivals) in the world, where groups are brought together to present choreography (as an art)," he said.For Phipps, communicating with the audience is his goal."I really have no concerns about whether I win a prize … I want the audience to be moved," he said.


TheDancers

www.sangorgonioballet.org [cached]

Charles Phipps


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