Dance, Choreography, Ballet

Elizabeth Archer

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Biography

Elizabeth Archer is founding director of InnerRhythms Dance and has served the community through the Performing Arts.

Elizabeth Archer began her adventure with dance at the age of twelve under the Artistic Direction of Dorothy Percival, Founder/Director, of Ballet San Joaquin, in Stockton, CA. She received excellent technical training from Dorothy in Classical Ballet and Jazz. This training afforded her opportunities to study under masters including Robert Joffrey, David Howard, and Maria Tallchief. Elizabeth has also been fortunate to study with Jillana, former principal with New York City Ballet and Finis Jung in New York.  Elizabeth’s direct involvement with Artown for over ten years inspired her to seek out other artists who yearn for a vibrant arts community in the Truckee/North Lake Tahoe area. Through Elizabeth’s community relationships, InnerRhythms has been instrumental in setting the foundation for implementing policy with strategic partners and stakeholders as we work together in promoting the Performing Arts in our region and one day building a critically needed Performing Arts Facility for our community.

InnerRhythms is founded on these principles.

We Believe Art transforms the human experience
We Believe Art is a gift to be shared, treasured, cultivated, and enjoyed
We Believe Art is a window into the soul
We Believe Art is a universal language to promote greater good
We Believe Art expresses the human experience
We Believe Art reflects the internal as well as the external landscape
We Believe that with every movement we can do something to benefit the world

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