Music is well said to be the speech of angels -Thomas Carlyel
Chloe Slade started dancing at the age of seven and was selected to train at the South Carolina Governors School for the Arts and Humanities under the wing of Nijinski awardee, Stanislav Issaev. She attended top summer dance intensives including North Carolina Dance Theatre and ABT Detroit/ New York and she ranked well into the top twelve in the Regional Youth American Grande Prix competition from 2003-2005 and competed in New York for the finals. She went on to continue academics and dance education at SUNY Purchase College earning a BFA in dance and performance in 2009. After graduating, Chloe joined and guested with many classical ballet and modern companies all throughout the United States including Connecticut Ballet, Charleston Ballet Theatre, Exit 12 Dance Company, Island Moving Company ,Battery Dance Company, Ballet Inc., Miami Contemporary Dance Company, New York Theatre Ballet, Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, and Oakland Ballet. One of her career highlights was being selected to perform in the International Ballet Festival of Miami in 2015, representing Ballet Inc. in the contemporary selection of the prestigious festival. Ms. Slade is newly a company member of Nimbus Dance Works for the 2016-2017 season and is also apart of their teaching faculty for ballet and creative movement.
The dancers’ beautiful line, sumptuous phrasing and seamless lift patterns showing their superb lyrical technique, palpable chemistry. Slade possesses a diamond point arabesque. Review by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal/ Philadelphia
and one particular solo from "Fallen Angels," performed beautifully by Chloe Slade, caught my attention...Chloe Slade, in her solo, was exciting with her bright and exacting quickness. Review by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic
One of the standout sections of the night was the duet between Chloe Slade and Jesus Olivera in the fourth section of “Fallen Angels. Review by Eye on Dance and the Arts/ Ballet Inc.
This Baroque-style pas de trois was absolutely charming and danced brilliantly by Chloe Slade, Colleen Soltys and Jahmal Chase. Review by Heather Desaulners, Dance Commentary/ Oakland Ballet