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Meet Chelsea Malyia


Chelsea Harold is a Massachusetts native, currently living in Los Angeles pursuing her professional dance career under the representation of Go2Talent Agency. She attended Dean College in Franklin, MA receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Dance and Psychology. While attending Dean, she had the honor of working with professors such as Jill Silverman, Jeremy Revilock-Frost, Bryan Steel, Jean Wenzel, Charlie Holbrook, Michelle DaSilva-Ball, Kelly Peters, and Nailah Randall-Bellinger; performing in yearly Dance Company Fall and Spring concerts. She was also chosen from a select group of dancers to perform an excerpt from “Steps In the Street” an original Martha Graham piece reset by Erika Dankmyer. During her time spent at Dean College, she had the honor of working with and learning from artists such as Tracey Corea, Jay T. Jenkins, Dana Moore, Jeff Shade, JaQuel Knight, Mark Kanemura, Ellenore Scott, and Maria Torres. Upon her graduation, Chelsea moved to New York City, continued her studies at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, while simultaneously teaching at several Northern New Jersey dance studios and performing with Visions Dance Company.


Since moving to Los Angles, Chelsea's had the joy of working with Academy of Villains, Azra, TYGA, Joyner Lucas, Qveen Herby, Covered California Promotional Tour-Los Angeles, VH1's Black Ink, and 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.


With a history of being well versed in multiple genres, Chelsea enjoys teaching many different techniques. Her favorite genre to teach is Modern, specifically Horton technique. It is her goal to take the knowledge she has received from professionals she has had the opportunity to learn from and to pass this knowledge on to her own students. She strives to make her classroom environment challenging and rewarding at the same time. Chelsea believes all her students can achieve their goals with hard work and dedication. Her choreography has won numerous awards and is recognized regionally and nationally over the years in the competition world.

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