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Parthenon Classical Arts Center


The Parthenon Classical Arts Center exists to provide a nurturing and educational atmosphere that encourages healthy student development and professional success in the performing arts. Since 2012, we have continuously expanded our community outreach programs and scholarship offerings and have brought in world-renowned faculty to assist in the development of our students. PCAC has also produced four full-length ballets, “The Nutcracker”, "Sleeping Beauty", "Cinderella", and “The Magic of the Lamp” with a new, full-length ballet added every Spring.

This coming academic year, PCAC will be presenting the holiday ballet, “The Nutcracker” (November 25-27) and the classic ballet, “Coppelia” (April 21-23) in addition to world premiere choreography in the 2017 Student Showcase (June 3-4).

PCAC is proud to be a vendor for the charter school program, "Visions in Education”.  www.viedu.org

  


DIRECTOR AND FACULTY

All of the teaching staff at PCAC are required to have college degrees in the performing arts, or a commensurate amount of professional experience in their field. Master classes are also frequently taught thru the year by visiting guest artists.

Adam Aicher, Director                     

(City Ballet of San Diego, Company C Contemporary Ballet, Moving Arts Dance)

Samantha Buck, Teacher              
(Vacaville Ballet Theater)


Melinda Grefaldia, Teacher             

(CSU Sacramento)

Terrin Kelly, Teacher                        

(Menlowe Ballet, Oakland Ballet, San Francisco Opera Ballet Company)

Katy Sue Marfil, Assistant Director

(Belhaven University, Dramatic Truth Ballet Theatre)

Michael Thomas, Accompanist       

(University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music)​