Sandra Chen

Originally from Sydney, Sandra has been involved in dance and the performing arts from a young age. As a child she studied ballet, tap, and jazz, completing examinations in all three disciplines and successfully competing in eisteddfods as a soloist and in groups. 

Sandra has over 20 years of dance teaching and choreographic experience. She has choreographed for eisteddfods and performances, and as a member of Ballet Australasia has prepared students for dance exams in ballet, tap and jazz. Sandra has also choreographed for musical theatre productions and been extensively involved with dance in the education system. 

Sandra gained great experience as a performer while working at SegaWorld in Sydney as a dancer, show host, costume character worker and dance captain. She was a lead tap dancer in the opening ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and had the opportunity to work with Tap Dogs creator Den Perry. Sandra has also performed with musical societies and in various corporate and charity events. 

Sandra has a Bachelor of Economics and Master of Teaching and enjoys working with children both in the classroom as a Primary School teacher and in the dance studio. With a young family of her own, Sandra is delighted to have the privilege of introducing children to the wonderful world of performing arts.