Our Faculty

Ricky Beaulieu

Owner & Artistic Director
Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary

Ricky teaches Classical Ballet and Jazz from beginner to advanced levels.  He is a certified instructor with the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) and Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers (ADAPT).

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Katherine Mazurok

Manager of Operations and Curriculum Development
DDTS (Distinction), RAD RTS
MA (Politics)
Ballet, Jumps & Turns, Dance Conditioning, Modern

Katherine is always eager to find ways to encourage dancers in their passion for dance and their love of ballet technique.

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Andrea Lalonde

Advanced ADAPT, F.A.
Jazz, Tap, Dance Conditioning

A native of Ottawa, Andrea donned her first pair of dance shoes at age 2 and has never looked back. She trained and competed in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Lyrical, Baton, Musical Theatre, Vocal and Modern dance.

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Claude Marc Forest

Ballet, Ballroom, Contemporary

Claude Marc Forest start dancing at the early age of 7.   His love for dance was classical, however he also trained in Jazz, Tap, Ballroom and Latin dance.  He began his professional training at the cole de danse Eddy Toussaint, primarily under Camilla Malashenko.

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Bianca Campbell


Bianca Campbell has been dancing at 5678 Dance Studio for over 10 years. She trains in ballet, jazz, contemporary, and lyrical, and is a dedicated member of the competitive team. She has completed her Pre-Advanced Jazz Exam, and earned distinction her Advanced 2 Ballet Exam. As well as her training at 5678, Bianca has been accepted to many competitive summer intensives such as Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Alonzo King LINES Ballet, and Pro Arte Danza.

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Studio Staff

Nancy Jo Cullen

Administrative Staff

Nancy is new(ish) to Kingston and is delighted to have landed in such a creative and energetic environment as 5678 Dance Studio. She has recently launched two kids and is adapting to life as an empty nest parent. A poet and fiction writer, Nancy has five finished books under her belt.


Dance Assistant’s Program

Part of creating an inviting community lies in relationships between older dancers and younger ones. Our Dance Assistant’s program helps to provide our older dancers with leadership opportunities with younger ones. Dancers wanting to apply for the Dance Assistant’s Program should demonstrate good attendance, a positive attitude towards learning and be at a minimum of an Intermediate level in Ballet or Jazz working towards those exams. As we require a limited number of assistants each year, we ask all interested dancers to apply via email to the desk, indicating their interest to assist. If your child’s class has an assistant, know they are benefiting from highly trained, motivated young dancers who want to give back to their communities!