Camilla is a graduate of the Kirkwood Academy of Performing Arts in Vancouver, Canada, where she received her Advanced R.A.D. (Royal Academy of Dance, London, England) diploma as well as her R.A.D. Teacher’s diploma. During her many years of teaching at Kirkwood, her students won numerous awards in festivals and competitions. She also trained at the Royal Academy of Dance in London, England, with Reid Anderson from the Stuttgart Ballet, and with the Eglevsky Ballet on Long Island, New York. Camilla has danced professionally with the Goh Ballet Company, Connecticut Ballet Theatre, Albany Berkshire Ballet, and the Vancouver Opera. She performed lead dancing roles in many Royal City Youth Ballet and Royal City Musical Theatre productions such as: The Nutcracker, Coppelia, Cinderella, Wizard of Oz, Brigadoon, Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, and The King and I. In addition to dancing lead roles for Royal City Youth Ballet, she was the ballet mistress and later, Assistant Artistic Director, for the company. Upon getting married and moving to California, Camilla has been a featured dancer in The Glory of Christmas and The Glory of Easter at the Crystal Cathedral, and at Disneyland. In 2014, Camilla became the Artistic Director for the Royal City Youth Ballet. She has been enjoying teaching at Classical Dance Center since 2011. Camilla loves sharing her passion of dance with her students and also with her daughter, Aurora.
Orlando Agawin is a dancer and choreographer based in Los Angeles. He received his B.F.A. Degree in Dance from CSU Long Beach, where he trained with Keith Johnson, Lorin Johnson, Rebecca Lemme, and Sophie Monat. His performance credit includes the works by Sidra Bell, Doug Varone, Robert Moses, Luca Signoretti, Micaela Taylor, Malcom Sutherland, and Eve Ganneau. After graduating from CSULB, Orlando has worked freelance and as a guest artist in Los Angeles, Belgium, and South Korea. In 2017, he joined Dark Circles Contemporary Dance based in Dallas, Texas. He has learned multiple repertoire including the works by Joshua Peugh and Gabrielle Lamb. Additionally, he has attended intensives with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, NW Dance Project, River North Dance Chicago, and San Francisco Conservatory of Dance.