Michelle Chassé trained with Maestro Vincenzo Celli and Boston Ballet School, and she was on scholarship at the School of American Ballet in New York City. She graduated cum laude with a BFA in Dance Performance from The Boston Conservatory, where she was the first recipient of the prestigious Ruth Sandholm Ambrose Award. She has studied and performed with ballet, concert dance, and Broadway legends from around the world. She has choreographed numerous musical theater productions at The Boston Conservatory, including its recent critically acclaimed productions of Candide, The Wild Party, and Kismet. Additionally, she has performed, choreographed, and directed for the nationally recognized Boston Gay Men’s Chorus. She has also directed and choreographed for the Boston Pops. She is a faculty member at The Boston Conservatory, where she serves as Dance Instructor, Resident Choreographer, Musical Theater Dance Coordinator, and Director of the Musical Theater Dance Intensive.