The Charlotte Klein Legacy
Charlotte Klein believed in nurturing her students to develop their emerging talent with a strong work ethic and positive attitude. The Charlotte Klein legacy embodies important life lessons and instills values and a sense of camaraderie. Through the excellence of her institution, a tight-knit, family-oriented community was created, to produce not only great dancers, but also great people.
Charlotte Klein was an esteemed dance educator and owner of the Charlotte Klein Dance Centers for over 60 years. Under her loving guidance and passion for dance, her dance centers became well-established locally and nationally, as many of her students launched prestigious careers from the solid foundations they received. It is estimated that more than 30,000 students have been part of the Charlotte Klein dance family over the years.
Letter from the Director
Rachel Rubin has been a part of the Charlotte Klein dance family since she was three years old. Always considering the dance centers her second home, she went on to earn her degree in dance from Dean College, and returned as teacher and manager. The torch was passed on from Charlotte Klein to Rachel Rubin in 2013, and Rachel proudly continues to uphold the legacy established by Charlotte.
Now one of Central Massachusetts’ most recognized names in dance education, the Charlotte Klein Dance Centers offer a complete program of dance education in two spacious, well-equipped studios in Worcester and Westboro. Programs include beginning to advanced level dance training in Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Modern and Hip-Hop. We have built our reputation on our ability to provide quality dance education in a positive and encouraging environment, where lifelong lessons are learned, and friendships and memories are made.