WEBBY teachers are experienced, professional and caring instructors who are passionate about sharing their love of dance and creative movement with children in preschools and elementary schools.
Lead Dance Instructor
Madison Tran started her dance training at the age of 6 at Amy’s All Stars Dance Studio for 2 years before moving. There she studied Ballet, Jazz, Modeling, and Acting. After moving, she joined her middle school dance team, the Emerald Stars, and later became Lt. Colonel. In high school, she was apart of Canyon Lake High School’s Emerald Dancers and began training at the Performing Arts Conservatory of Texas under Christopher Fairbanks. Once they closed, she moved on to joining Orchid Dreams Dance Company and formed their first competitive team. Under the guidance of Ashley Dulin, she won several awards, including a solo 1st place in Houston at I Love Dance Competition in the Senior division. Beginning her college career, she danced with the Texas Lutheran Gold Stars for one year and graduated with her Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology in December of 2018. During that time she began training under the guidance of Dr. Daria Neidre at Diamond Dance Company and later began teaching. Madison is continued on to teach Jazz at Dr. Daria’s own studio, DNArts Ballet Studio, and worked with the senior competition team. She also taught Ballet and Contemporary at Stone Oak Dance Academy owned by Kelsea Kaplan. She is currently a contemporary instructor for both Inspire Dance in Bulverde Texas, as well as Jen’s Dance Spot in the Alamo Heights area of San Antonio. She is also leading the senior competition team for Inspire.
Madison Kelly started dance at age 4, learning ballet tap and jazz. She took a couple of years spreading her interest to include competitive cheer maintaining her dance instruction. Middle school years were spent focusing more on UIL cheer as team co-captain. High school was spent completely focused on dance where Madison was a team leader, competitive dancer and developed pointe dancer. Late in her highschool years she suffered an injury and took some time to heal. Madison has now returned to her first love while perusing her pre-med major at The University of Texas at San Antonio