Miss Savannah Serban is a Fort Wayne native and a local dancer, teacher, and choreographer. She began dancing at the age of three, which is when her passion for dance began to blossom. She attended the conservatory at Project Ballet during her high school years and upon graduation continued to study contemporary dance at Indiana University Bloomington. Savannah has had many training opportunities with companies and programs such as Alonzo King Lines Ballet in San Francisco, Richmond Ballet, the Glenda Brown Choreography Project, and Dance Italia in Lucca, Italy, and has studied under teachers from the Royal Danish Ballet, New York City Ballet, Ballet Austin, Netherlands Dans Theatre, Batsheva, Paul Taylor American Modern Dance, Martha Graham Dance Company, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, Kegwin and Company, and many more – all of which have greatly influenced her style in both dancing and teaching. Savannah’s choreography has been recognized on several occasions, including being selected to be performed at the 2019 Indiana Dance Festival and awarded “Best Choreography” at Nexstar. You can find her work at local shows at the Fort Wayne Dance Collective's Halloween show and Choreographers Lab, as well as other hometown events. She finds joy in teaching all passionate movers and shares her discoveries with pre-k, youth, junior, teen, adult, and senior dancers at several local studio.