Danielle Campbell Steans
Danielle Campbell Steans began dancing with June Neal Key in Kansas City, Kansas at age 4. She furthered her training at age 9 with Lisa Stickelman Dillinger and Flo Klenklen at the State Ballet of Missouri now the Kansas City Ballet School. From there, Ms. Campbell continued her dance education at the Walnut Hill School for the Performing Arts in Natick, Massachusetts with Michael Owen, Sydelle Gomberg, the late Samuel Kirkjian, and Tamara King. While there, she was a member of the National Youth ballet for two seasons. Ms. Campbell also attended several summer programs including the Rock School of the Pennsylvania Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education.As a professional, Ms. Campbell joined the Georgia Ballet, where she danced in La Sylphide,The Nutcracker, and Swan Lake, and was featured in Ginger Thatcher’s Monet’s Garden. Shethen performed with Nashville Ballet II and Nashville Ballet, dancing in numerous classical and contemporary works including Scheherazade, Balanchine’s Serenade, The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, and Aida with The Nashville Opera, as the Tortoise in Paul Vasterling’s The Singing Tortoise, and in the late Robert Philander’s Snap. In 2007, Ms. Campbell joined Ballet San Antonio. She performed in Gabriel Zertuche’s Suzaki Dances and Svelto; in Spanish and Russian dances in The Nutcracker; as a villager and lead bride in Dracula; as lead Czardas in Coppélia; in Ben Stevenson’s Cinderella, and as the Nurse in Ben Stevenson’s Romeo & Juliet. Ms. Campbell has extensive experience working with young dancers. She taught at Ballet San Antonio Academy and served as associate director of the school’s dance ensemble for five seasons. She has taught at the Ballet Conservatory of South Texas, Boys & Girls Clubs, and various schools in the greater San Antonio area. In 2013, Ms. Campbell joined the Ballet San Antonio staff. During her time there, she helped expand the company’s community education program to reach over 10,000 families. Ms. Campbell initiated a partnership between Ballet San Antonio and American Ballet Theatre’s prestigious Project Plié program. In the summers of 2015 and 2016, Ms. Campbell’s work with at-risk youth at Boys & Girls Clubs in San Antonio earned her a full-tuition scholarship to attend American Ballet Theatre’s National Curriculum Training. An American Ballet Theatre Certified Instructor, she has served as Co-Interim Artistic Director, Company & Outreach Manager, Ballet Master for Ben Stevenson O.B.E.’s Swan Lake and Children’s Rehearsal Director for Ballet San Antonio’s The Nutcracker.
Giselle Fox, Instructor
Studied at Escuela Nacional de Ballet in La Habana, Cuba. She has performed professionally with Ballet Nacional de Cuba, Ballet de Monterrey and Compania Noctango in Monterrey, Mexico.
Husan Hopuy , Instructor
Husan Hopuy began his ballet training at the Escuela Nacional de Cuba where he graduated with a dance degree in 2000. He has danced professionally with Ballet Argentina de Julio Boca, Ballet Municipal de Peru, Ballet Municipal de Cordoba, Ballet Concierto Inaki Urlezaga, Minnesota Ballet and Ballet San Antonio. He has performed extensively throughout Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay, Mexico, Peru, Argentina and the United States.
Kelsey Wildman , Instructor
Kelsey Wildman is a San Antonio native who has a life-long passion for dance. At four years old, Kelsey began taking dance classes ranging in a variety of styles from ballet and tap to Latin and German Polkas. After graduating from Northeast School of the Arts as a dance major, Kelsey moved to Los Angeles to continue her studies. Upon returning home to San Antonio she continued to teach and perform throughout the city. Some of her professional performances include: The Nutcracker, Latin Explosion, Fiesta Noche Del Rio, Patsy Torres’ Positive Force Tour, San Antonio Dance Ensemble, and a 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs Silver Dancer.