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Dance Instructors - RCYBE The River City Youth Ballet Ensemble
Margaret Lieberman is a dance instructor at RCYBE Margaret Lieberman began studying ballet at the Marjorie Sturman studio in her native South Africa under the auspices of the Royal Academy of Dancing of London, England. She holds the prestigious Advanced level Certificate of the Royal Academy. In addition to her ballet studies she also holds certificates in National, Modern and Tap through the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance in England. While in South Africa she also had the opportunity to study Spanish Flamenco dancing. She graduated from the University of Natal in Durban South Africa, majoring in Theater Performance, French and English. She has acted in and directed many plays in our area, with the Light Opera Guild, the Kanawha Players and the Angevin Players. She is the Executive Director of Fund for the Arts and is currently Treasurer and a Vestry member of St John's Episcopal Church in Charleston.
About | Arts Council of Kanawha Valley
Margaret Lieberman - Director of Fund for the Arts, Instructor at the River City Youth Ballet Ensemble
Margaret Lieberman, executive director for Fund for the Arts who also works at River Cities Youth Ballet, soon joined the group and is helping to choreograph the original ballet.Lieberman adds "And we are calling it The Wonderful Wizard of Oz because it really is more true to the book than the film."
River City Youth Ballet Ensemble
Margaret Lieberman Margaret Lieberman was born and raised in South Africa where she studied ballet at the Sturman studio in Johannesburg and Pretoria. She holds the advanced certificate in classical ballet issued by the Royal Academy of Dancing in London, and holds certificates in national and modern dance through the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing in the U.K. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Natal, majoring in theater performance. Ms. Lieberman has many years of experience teaching dance, both in South Africa and in Baton Rouge, La. She has directed and acted in a number of local theater productions, as well. Ms. Lieberman is the director of Fund for the Arts in Charleston, and hosts the TV show "Arts a la Carte" on KCS-TV promoting local culture and arts. She also has a store, Carousel Antiques, on Charleston's West Side, and lives in a hundred-year-old house with two dogs and four cats.
A few months ago Margaret Lieberman, treasurer of St. Johns Episcopal Church in Charleston, ran the churchs financial numbers and knew the budget was in need of a boost.
We had a hole in the budget, which is something that seems to happen to churches quite often, Lieberman said. We need a really good fundraiser. A bake sale is not going to do it. Lieberman immediately put her brainstorming cap on and found inspiration in an unlikely place: PBSs program Antique Roadshow, which will visit Charleston Aug. 16 for a live taping. Building off the antique-loving fan base expected to be in town for the roadshow, St. Johns will hold an antique and collectible sale titled Treasures on Earth Aug. 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m at the Beni Kedem Temple at 100 Quarrier St. After Lieberman and co-organizer Patricia Hammer pitched the idea to the St. Johns congregation, hundreds of antiques and collectibles have been donated over the past three months. Weve had wonderful donations, Lieberman said. Lieberman said the car is the only item that will be placed in a silent auction and the opening bid will be set at $7,000. She said, The car only has a low 80,000 miles on it and its immaculate. Its just beautiful. The church has always had a very strong community outreach commitment, Lieberman said.