Ballet Aligned Teachers
Emma McAllister Perry
Emma grew up on stage performing at the Ellen Eccles Theatre in Logan, Utah with the Cache Valley Civic Ballet Company as well as the Brindusa-Moore Ballet Academy in Pocatello, Idaho. Her training has included not only ballet, but has included jazz, contemporary, hip hop, and musical theatre. She received many awards for her lyrical solos. Emma was a two-year captain of the Logan High School drill team and a two-time member of the All-State drill team and All-Region drill team. Emma participated in Miss Drill Utah and was selected as the overall 3A Classification winner and one of the Top 10 Finalists her senior year. Emma is currently attending Weber State University majoring in Health Science. She has been a member of the Weber State University Division 1 Nationally Acclaimed Spirit Squad as a dancer for three years. She is a staff member of EPIC Productions and works with drill teams throughout the state offering what they need to build a strong foundation for a successful competition season. She shares her passion for drill and dance by choreographing for various high schools and soloists. Emma is excited to share her love and passion for ballet, which has been the foundation of her success
If you have attended Cache Valley Civic Ballet performances, you know Brianne's face - she has performed as the Sugar Plum Fairy, the lead in Waltz of the Flowers, as a Fairy in Sleeping Beauty, and many other featured roles. Brianne is currently attending University of Utah's ballet program. She trained as an instructor with Ballet Aligned and ran a series of successful Mini Sessions this past summer. Her students love working with her!
Kai Casperson currently dances in Ballet West Academy's Professional Training Division. He has also trained with Boston Ballet and on full scholarship to the summer programs of Boston Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Ballet West. Kai has the goal of dancing professionally, and blogs about that experience for Ballet Aligned's blog, "Going Pro."